Amid the IRS scandal, the VA mismanagement, and other D.C. scandals, President Obama declared Thursday that government is not the problem. At a town hall in Minnesota, Obama admitted screw-ups and "bone-headed" actions within the federal government.
Rush Limbaugh joined Greta Van Susteren last night for a special hour-long interview, targeting President Obama for doing "great damage" to the country in his four-plus years in office. He shared the "Limbaugh Theorem" on how the Obama administration operates.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace wasn’t letting Treasury Secretary Jack Lew off the hook this week over the Obama administration’s investigation of the IRS targeting of conservative groups.
Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted to the Obama administration labeling recent scandals as "phony." Hear what the judge had to say in her Opening Statement on last night's 'Justice.'
Tonight at 10p/1a ET, Greta Van Susteren explores why the president is calling the D.C. scandals “phony.” In this sneak peek clip of the special, Greta talks to Sarah Palin who exposes that in her 2008 vice presidential run, she was forbidden from talking about Obama’s relationships with both Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers, as well as his job experience.
Last night on On the Record, Karl Rove joined Greta Van Susteren to go over President Obama's address on the economy and the middle class. The speech was somewhat overshadowed by the president's argument that Washington has taken its “eye off the ball” when it comes to the economy because of “phony scandals.”
Sen. Paul warned that ObamaCare will lead to bankruptcy of states embracing it. He also said employers will choose paying the penalty because it’s cheaper, causing employees to lose their insurance.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz joined Special Report for an exclusive interview in reaction to President Obama’s economic speech. The president blamed Washington for taking its “eye off the ball” by focusing on “phony scandals.”