Ready for Hillary? Is America ready for another Clinton with a history of hiding information to take aim at the White House? Chances are that if she were ever to become president, she’d hide a lot more than interns in the Oval Office.
For now, recreational marijuana is legal in Washington, D.C. And regardless of how you feel about the drug or its users, it’s turning out to be a good thing for the Bill of Rights.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) told his Democratic colleagues that they will regret supporting President Obama’s immigration actions during a House Judiciary meeting this week.
Some of the events of the past week have been surreal. Other events were mundane. Was there ever a better time to say TGIF?
The World Health Organization — the public health wing of the United Nations — has set forward recommendations for European signees to its 2013 health declaration that seek to ban the advertising of food items that contain sugar and fat.
So did you hear? This week, the White House hosted a Summit on Countering Violent Extremism — and in his typical namby-pamby way, not once did Barack Obama utter the phrase “Islamic terrorist.”
There have to be times — lots of them, we’re guessing — when President Obama wishes they made a human-size Thundershirt so he could strap it onto Vice President Joe Biden.
Debbie “in a blue dress” Wasserman Schultz, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee and a House Representative in Florida’s 23rd legislative district, could have her sights set on the Senate.
Secretaries of state in several U.S. states are cautioning the Obama administration that the president’s temporary deportation amnesty includes features that will make it difficult, if not impossible, to determine whether illegal aliens who attempt to register to vote are telling the truth about their eligibility.