President Obama said he is so optimistic that the Supreme Court will rule in his favor in King vs. Burwell that his administration hasn’t even discussed a back-up plan.
Oh, that Hillary Clinton! The presumptive Democratic nominee for president has come up with a couple of schemes to expand dramatically the potential voter base.
It’s being called “the Ferguson effect.” It’s the explosion of violent crimes in major U.S. cities, thanks to the ways police have been demoralized — and criminals have been emboldened — in the aftermath of police shootings.
Yes, it’s frightening how many jihadists want to bring their campaigns of terror to this country. But it’s even more frightening how many citizens are willing, even eager, to surrender some of their essential liberties if the government says it will help protect them.
So you think the race for the Republican nomination for president is already too crowded and confusing? Well, be patient, my friends. It’s going to be a while before this mad scramble is over.
Well, well, well. It appears that Hillary Clinton and her crew have been caught in a couple more blatant falsehoods. Yet there’s been hardly a peep of protest regarding the silence from the Clinton camp.
It’s pretty clear to everyone that Jeb Bush is running for president. So you would think he’d be prepared to answer reporters’ questions — especially ones about his brother’s policies in Iraq.
Recently, the two most powerful Democrats in the world issued some truly frightening statements about how they want to change the United States.
What can conservatives in this country learn from the results in the U.K. elections last week? One is that the pollsters don’t always get it right. Another is to run on a handful of easily understood issues.
Well, this should be easy. Republicans in Congress can put an end to the Export-Import Bank by the simple expedient of doing what they do best: nothing.
Two radicalized Muslim extremists, Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi, drove from Phoenix, Arizona, to Garland, Texas, intent on committing murder. Thank goodness for the Texas police officer who stopped them.
Well, now we know what it took to end the riots and looting in Baltimore: just arrest some cops and charge them with assault, manslaughter and even murder.
The anarchy in Baltimore proves once again that liberal policies haven’t worked. And they won’t, so long as schools fail to teach, black men abandon their families, businesses are threatened, and unemployment remains chronically high.
The Clintons’ money manipulations stink to high heaven. And the demand for answers is just going to get louder. Is the liberal establishment getting ready to abandon Hillary as the anointed one?
After years of propaganda, the left has managed to convince most Americans that the rich don’t pay their fair share of taxes. According to a recent survey, 6 in 10 Americans now agree with that proposition.
It’s been almost a week since Hillary Clinton rolled into Iowa in her “Scooby” van to launch her campaign for the presidency. And things have not been going all that well.
What an interesting group of candidates! Declared presidential candidates Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are freshmen senators who ran against establishment choices to win their state’s primary and Tea Party favorites.
It’s now official. Hillary Clinton released a video on Sunday announcing, to the surprise of absolutely no one, that yes, by golly, she is running for president.
A handful of very brave historians insist that the 14th Amendment was never legally ratified. And those who benefit from today’s Goliath government want to keep this issue swept under the heaviest rug they can find.
Federal officials raided a bunch of apartments in California last month, as part of an investigation into a “birth tourism” scam.
It shouldn’t be any surprise that the Obama Administration and its allies in the media are still defending the prisoner exchange that led the Taliban to release Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl after five years of imprisonment.
Last Thursday, Indiana became the latest state to pass legislation protecting the right of Christians to exercise their faith. And the left has gone absolutely bonkers because of it.
Howard Schultz, the CEO of the most successful purveyor of lattes in the world, must have been astounded — and dismayed — at the amount of opposition his “Race Together” effort generated.