Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says the brief expiration of the Patriot Act is only a temporary victory for privacy advocates—but one that sends a clear message to Congress and the White House.
Thousands of websites are blocking members of Congress from visiting in an effort to force lawmakers to end mass surveillance under the Patriot Act.
A new ad out from a pro-Rand Paul PAC uses the bravado of an old school wrestling announcement to draw attention to a rare Sunday gathering of the Senate to discuss the fate of controversial Patriot Act provisions.
More than 1 in 3 Americans believes illegal aliens should have the right to vote in U.S. elections, a figure buoyed by the majority of Democratic voters who favor the idea.
Beloved by some 3.5 billion fans and with some 250 million players in more than 200 countries, soccer is a mega moneymaker. Because of that, the competition to host the World Cup is fierce. And apparently, officials with FIFA, soccer’s governing body, have taken advantage of the situation.
The former Guantanamo detainees whom the federal government used as barter for the freedom of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have remained in Qatar over the past year, in keeping with the terms of their release.
Some of us hear it and some of us don’t, but the national media appears to think Hillary Clinton committed one of her famous “when in Rome” lapses into a regional accent before a sympathetic audience today.
So many ways for this to backfire: Hillary Clinton’s campaign store is selling T-shirts designed to make you look like you’re wearing one of Hillary’s pantsuits.
The ongoing slow-drip of newly public State Department emails has revealed some interesting glimpses into Hillary Clinton’s modus operandi during her tenure as secretary of state.
Americans views of social issues have been inching toward the left for years. New polling data from Gallup indicates that the trend could be nearing a tipping point.
Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating among likely voters is as low as it’s been at any time since she last ran for president, according to the latest data from the Pew Research Center.
Personal Liberty Digest™ will not publish a P.M. Headlines edition on Monday due to the Memorial Day holiday. Many Americans receive the day off; and it’s not unusual for them to spend the day at picnics, barbecues, the lake or the beach. As you enjoy this holiday, don’t forget the reason behind it. Please spend some time remembering the nation’s fallen heroes.
There are so many goodbyes this time of year. It’s a solemn time to look back and to remember. But it’s also a chance to look ahead and to hope for the future.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) kicked off a filibuster against the Patriot Act Wednesday with little support from his congressional colleagues. And while the senator’s battle on Capitol Hill may look lonely, Americans from all walks of life outside the Beltway are uniting behind Paul’s anti-surveillance message.