The Federal Reserve is continuing its push against legislation that would bring its books under public scrutiny as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) considers attaching his Audit the Fed bill to a forthcoming vote to raise the debt ceiling.
Mark Cuban, a billionaire investor and star on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” told an audience at a California tech conference that the Obama administration and the Federal Communications Commission should back off of the current net neutrality plan.
Google is warning against a government plan to expand the FBI’s ability to access computer files remotely. According to the tech giant, the changes could give the U.S. government the ability to hack any computer in the world.
California 2nd Amendment advocates are awaiting a judge’s ruling on whether the “microstamping” requirement, which has effectively banned new handgun sales in the state since 2013, is unconstitutional.
In 2011, President Barack Obama insisted the U.S. had a moral obligation to support so-called peaceful, pro-democracy protesters in Libya with U.S. military intervention. Since the U.S. intervened, Libya has descended into chaos. Today, it’s becoming one of the Islamic State terror group’s biggest assets.
An elderly New Jersey man found himself in hot water after police discovered an unloaded 250-year-old flintlock pistol in his glove compartment during a traffic stop. According to reports, the 72-year-old is now charged with a felony and facing considerable prison time.
President Barack Obama is “overrated” and possibly one of the worst inhabitants of the White House to date, according to a survey of scholars who belong to the American Political Science Association.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has continued his fight to halt the Federal Communication Commission’s plan to regulate the Internet like a public utility by trolling President Barack Obama with a new video.
A majority of Americans consider Russia to the be country most threatening to U.S. interests, though the former Cold War foe is still low on the list of concerns compared to the Islamic State terror organization.
Concealed carry laws could be getting a makeover, thanks to various state-level legislative initiatives to make it easier to carry a firearm for personal protection and a proposal being considered in Congress.
The Federal Communication Commission and the Obama administration continue to tout net neutrality as a populist answer to corporate favoritism online. Critics of the plan, however, are increasingly worried about the FCC’s lack of transparency in crafting the rules.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said this week that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should take much of the blame for the Islamic State terror group’s rise to power in the Middle East. According to Paul, U.S. actions in Libya under Clinton’s watch gave the ISIS militants room to grow.
Bipartisan legislation introduced Thursday aims to reduce the nation’s growing prison populations by giving judges more discretion in sentencing for nonviolent offenders arrested on drug charges.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have recoiled at the vagueness of President Barack Obama’s request for an authorization of use of military force (AUMF) to pursue ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria. But the White House said Wednesday that the president’s plan was “intentionally” vague.
When politicians and activists talk about prison reform, they seldom mention the 3,000 jails that serve as detention centers at the municipal and county levels throughout the nation. But that could change following the release of a new report.
In a bid to give sportsmen and other firearms enthusiasts “a little bit of a break” at the onset of hunting season, Tennessee lawmakers have proposed an annual 2nd Amendment Tax Holiday for purchases related to shooting sports.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that the Obama administration indeed considers climate change a bigger threat to the U.S. and its interests than global terrorism.
During a press conference Tuesday, Ajit Pai, a Republican on the Federal Communications Commission’s five-member panel, warned that the government’s plan to regulate the Internet is more intrusive than it appears.
Pundits on the political left routinely accuse conservatives of being science deniers. But new research indicates that liberals are just as likely to ignore scientific information as their conservative counterparts when data contradicts their worldview.
Students at the University of Michigan are being bombarded with an “Inclusive Language Campaign” designed to encourage the avoidance of words and phrases that may offend others.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently said that firearm crime could be reduced by eliminating the 2nd Amendment rights of young minority populations in the U.S.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Monday that the Labor Department’s most recent positive jobs numbers, a falling annual deficit and low oil prices are indicative of average Americans enjoying economic breaks they haven’t seen in years.
When a local media outlet covered the story and posted it to Facebook last month with the headline “Should Vermont Have an Official Latin Mott?” some people mistook the dead language for the geographic region to the nation’s south where Spanish is the prevailing tongue.