At a conservative donor conference hosted by the Koch brothers over the weekend, presidential candidate Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pleased a friendly crowd with one of the most vocal condemnations of climate-change politics yet to come out of the 2016 presidential campaign.
China’s stock market is on a downward spiral. This week, the market plunged to a six-year low. And the Chinese government is freaking out, doing one thing after another to try to stop the free fall. Might the Chinese economy be on the verge of collapse?
As initial reports began circulating Wednesday about the 29-count fraud, bribery and laundering indictment against Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.), some Internet outlets noted that Fattah has a history of cozying up to the White House.
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“The gangs have their guns; we want ours, too.” That sentiment, voiced by Otis McDonald — the plaintiff in the lawsuit that reversed Chicago’s ban on handguns — is now echoed in a new analysis of data revealing where holders of concealed-carry permits in the city are most densely concentrated.
Why are media outlets focusing on Donald Trump? It’s simple. He’s sexy. And by that, we don’t mean he’s attractive to look at. No, we mean that he grabs the attention of readers, viewers and listeners.
Here are a few tidbits Personal Liberty staffers found interesting around the Web this week.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has named Donna Bahorich, a Houston Republican who has home-schooled her children, to chair the Texas State Board of Education.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign website lists a longtime family advocate and lobbyist for the nation of Morocco among its list of fundraisers, but the Clinton campaign hasn’t disclosed that fact to the Federal Election Commission.
Wesley Clark, a retired general and former Democratic presidential candidate, suggested during a recent interview that the U.S. should set up World War II-style internment camps to house “radicalized” Americans separately from ordinary citizens.
For people with targets on their backs — indeed, for all Americans who value their citizenship — the right to bear arms is more than an abstraction in political philosophy. It’s an existential need.