Two years ago, the political left used a Muslim man denied entry to the U.S. because he was on the government’s no-fly list as proof that Islamophobia is rampant in the nation. Earlier this month, he was arrested.
Sen. Rand Paul said that Turkey’s downing of a Russian war plane fighting ISIS is a perfect example of why U.S. hawks are wrong to advocate cutting communication with the U.S.’s Cold War adversary.
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association President Nathan Catura suggests helping homeless and suffering American veterans and children before spending millions of dollars on refugees.
Reports about the Obama administration’s rolling ignorance and willful inaction in dealing with a burgeoning Islamic terror threat throughout the world are raising serious questions about the administration’s true intentions.
GOP presidential candidate recently told a crowd that he would use waterboarding to try to extract information from terror suspects because “they deserve it.”
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said members of Congress should make it harder for people to purchase guns in the U.S. rather than worry about terrorists entering the nation.
Open borders organizations have long coached illegal immigrants to claim “credible fear” in order to be guaranteed access to the U.S. if they are caught sneaking into the country.
House Republicans want the Transportation Security Administration to accept gun permits as acceptable forms of identification for air travel.
If you’ve written off Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-Ky.) presidential campaign because of declining polling numbers, it may be time to take another look.
Legislation that gained approval in the House Thursday would force the central bank to open its books to the Government Accountability Office for a one-time audit.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is advising its defense industry partners that whistleblowers who could expose government wrongdoing are as dangerous as terrorists and foreign spies.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) certainly hasn’t wasted a moment turning the terror attack on Paris into an opportunity to ramp up U.S. military adventurism. Here’s the 2016 presidential contender’s plan for 24-7-365 authorization of use of military force.
Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine attacked by Islamic terrorists earlier in the year, has responded to the recent ISIS attacks on Paris with a strong message to terrorists everywhere.
As Islamic terrorists increase their attacks throughout the world, a majority of religious people in the U.S. say that the so-called “religion of peace” is at odds with Americans values and way of life.
A former top FBI official is warning that the Paris attack may only be the beginning of the bloodshed the Western world will suffer at the hands of ISIS. Worse yet, he believes future attacks will be even more vicious.
Her campaign is going to have to double down on its constant attempts to make Hillary Clinton seem less like a political dinosaur after this email exchange from her confidante Huma Abedin surfaced this week.
A new report out from the Institute for Justice reveals that the amount of money the federal government is raking in by seizing cash, cars and homes from Americans is rising dramatically.
A Republican lawmaker and a handful of governors throughout the nation are working to stem the steady flow of refugees into the United States from terror strongholds following the bloody attacks in Paris.
The Defense Department’s blew nearly $800 million in Afghanistan without making a single improvement in the country’s stability. Sen. Charles Grassley and a handful of his furious colleagues want the Pentagon to explain why.
A healthy majority of Americans believe Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while at the State Department was unethical or illegal. And the FBI appears to be banking on the latter.
As the GOP contenders faced off during the Republican debate Tuesday night, Sen. Rand Paul shut down Donald Trump’s rant on China and the Trans-Pacific trade deal with one key point.
The State Department’s 2013-2015 report on U.S. foreign assistance reveals that the Egypt and Israel receive a combined $4.4 billion in taxpayer funded military aid each year.
A group of sheriffs contend that the Obama administration’s plan to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility and relocate its prisoners in the homeland will put American lives at risk.