Rush Limbaugh said Republican lawmakers are happy to join media and Democratic condemnation of Donald Trump because they’re all upset that he doesn’t adhere to the unspoken rules of the conventional political dichotomy.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is notoriously keen on avoiding questions of substance from members of the press. But her latest non-answer to a citizen’s question about the Keystone XL pipeline takes Clinton question-dodging to a new level.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus wants GOP presidential hopefuls to pledge not to run third-party if they aren’t selected as the establishment’s presidential choice.
A coalition of online privacy advocates is asking Americans to protest an upcoming cybersecurity vote using technology even the most elderly lawmaker can understand: via fax.
In the latest story about political correctness making people stupid, the Connecticut Democratic Party recently voted to rename its annual fundraising dinner to remove references to former presidents.
Recently there’s been an explosion of anti-Trump talk from the GOP political establishment and mainstream media. But despite efforts to shut him up, Trump is everywhere.
Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) is slated to introduce the Cost of Services and Translations Act, or COST Act, this week in order to find out exactly how much the nation spends catering to foreign speakers.
“Good morning, American pilots, we are here to greet you on your Fourth of July Independence Day,” stated the crew of a Russian nuclear bomber that buzzed the U.S. 40 miles off the California coast on the Fourth of July.
Social Security and Medicare will be totally insolvent in fewer than 19 years, according to annual reports on the state of the entitlement programs released Wednesday.
A family in Cobb County, Georgia, was recently notified that they need to obtain a permit in order to allow their college-age children to park in their private driveway over the summer.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump may have irritated the Republican elite by questioning geriatric Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain’s war hero status, but Trump’s take-no-prisoners political attitude has yet to hurt his image among likely conservative voters.
The Obama administration is working on a plan to deem ineligible for gun ownership as many as 4 million Americans who receive Social Security benefits through a “representative payee.”
In a recent video, GOP presidential contender Sen. Rand Paul encourages voters to check out his tax plan and offers a series of novel ways to destroy the nation’s current 70,000-page tax code.
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas this week joined fellow GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky in efforts to defund Planned Parenthood following the release of a second undercover video.
Bipartisan legislation from congressmen from Tennessee would end the practice of banning military personnel from carrying firearms on bases after five service members were killed by a shooter in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Emboldened by a national mainstream battle against the display of Confederate flags in public places, the Atlanta chapter of the NAACP is urging the erasure of a massive carving of Civil War icons from Stone Mountain, Georgia.
A recent analysis of immigration and census data reveals that about 2.5 million illegal immigrants have flooded into the U.S. since President Barack Obama began his tenure in the Oval Office.
Following the release of video footage of a Planned Parenthood official casually talking about hawking aborted baby body parts, Rand Paul says he will “use all legislative vehicles at his disposal” to defund the organization.
A Chandler, Arizona, resident says she plans to sue local cops after an officer forced his way into her house just after she finished a shower and handcuffed her before she had a chance to clothe herself.
Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) said Wednesday that, based on the details of the new nuclear deal with Iran, President Barack Obama might have surrendered to the Japanese if he’d been around to negotiate the end of World War II.
Many mainstream thinkers scoff at the idea of holding physical gold as an investment and hedge against economic uncertainty. But the Texas Legislature and Republican Gov. Greg Abbott aren’t among them.
Former Secretary of State and current Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is resorting to using double-speak and outright ignoring reporter questions on camera to avoid weighing in on President Obama’s deal with Iran.
Lawmakers on the House Appropriations Committee added an amendment to a spending bill Tuesday that would bar U.S. “sanctuary cities” from receiving federal grant money.