A few pundits — and one politician — are beginning to grasp that the GOP establishment’s concept of its present-day party “base” is inaccurate, insulting and hopelessly disconnected from the emerging political reality.
Some people, at the end of life, are beginning to share a common parting wish: that none of their friends and loved ones votes for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder returned to private-sector work at his old law firm, Washington, D.C.-based Covington & Burling. A report suggests the high-level firm isn’t your normal private-sector stable of attorneys.
While Donald Trump has remained the lone Republican holdout in refusing to forswear a maverick third-party presidential bid, there may be signs that he’s finally ready to fully commit to a GOP-or-bust run at the White House.
Using carbon credits as incentives to reduce industrial pollution has actually had the effect of increasing global emissions beyond what researchers had expected.
A late-hour lobbying effort has made North Dakota the first U.S. state that permits the police to shoot at people using drones. The Legislature approved a bill that permits the use of drone-borne non-lethal weapons.
A new Rasmussen poll finds an incredible 46 percent of likely U.S. voters believe Hillary Clinton should suspend her bid for the presidency.
Lois Lerner, the retired and disgraced former IRS official at the center of the political discrimination scandal involving conservative nonprofits, hid a private email account she used to conduct official business.
Already content to alienate the Republican Party’s conservative base when it comes to illegal immigration, Jeb Bush has somehow managed to say exactly the wrong thing to gin up support from most everybody else.
Strength coach (and attorney) Brodie M. Butland describes recent developments toward the bureaucratization of the training industry as “a solution in search of a problem.”
Incoming students at a number of U.S. colleges and universities this year are messaging their families about an interesting part of their new student orientation: a more aggressive form of anti-rape education, typically in the form of sing-song videos.
In the ongoing State Department server saga, there’s been a lot of soft criticism of Hillary Clinton. It looks bad. She should have known better. What she allegedly did was criminal.
The existence of the Federal Reserve and its effects on our wealth are bad enough, but now it looks as though there will be no shortage of new and damaging Fed policies in the future.
Every day seems to bring new information in the emerging scandal over Hillary Clinton’s off-the-grid private email server (or servers) during her time as secretary of state.
Qualcomm is in the process of a restructuring that will force many of its American tech workers out of a job. Meanwhile, the company is clamoring for the government to open the floodgates for more foreign tech workers.
At the Iowa State Fair “Soapbox” on Sunday, Walker got heckled by some union loyalists wearing cheese on their heads, and he mustered an awesome impromptu response.
A study last year revealed that support for “everybody wins”-type participation trophies overwhelmingly falls along ideological lines.
Here’s one way for a church to make a joyful noise: set up a firing range out behind the meeting house and use it as a tool for community outreach and ministry.
With each passing day, it’s growing more and more difficult to envision how Hillary Clinton can navigate a path through her self-made scandals to a successful bid for the presidency.
A farming family in Maryland is hoping lawmakers can help them recover tens of thousands of dollars the IRS seized through the power of forfeiture.
Hillary Clinton gave the FBI a blank server — one whose emails had been moved in 2013 onto another server run by a small Denver-based company.
Sadly, this isn’t really a video from Hillary Clinton’s campaign HQ. It’s a parody from an Internet user nobody seemed able to identify Wednesday. But man, is it a great parody.
The widening investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails is becoming more than just a strategy and optics problem; it’s becoming an intraparty establishment problem as well.