Under a new proposal, sanitation workers could be picking up much more than trash during their weekly visits to residents’ homes. Officials in San Jose, California, are working on a proposal to increase Big Brother’s spying powers by affixing law enforcement license plate readers to city garbage trucks.
The Republican Party elite dismissed Donald Trump as a joke candidate from the onset of his campaign, but average Americans are convinced he’s the contender most likely to take the GOP nomination.
The 2016 presidential debates could include a third party candidate and be moderated by a comedian if these folks have their way.
The House Oversight Committee’s ranking Democrat is demanding to know more about how the Center for Medical Progress got Planned Parenthood representatives on film.
During an interview on Fox this week, Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke said that liberal politicians helped to empower the Black Lives Matter movement for political gain.
Georgia business owner Anthony Harris is making a point about free speech and oversensitivity in the U.S. by flying a different controversial flag in front of his store each week.
Fortunately for Americans who believe federal funding should be revoked if Planned Parenthood is profiting from abortions, congressional Republicans are demanding answers about how the money is used.
Immigration hardliner Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) offered praise for Donald Trump following the release of the GOP front-runner’s first major position paper on strengthening the nation’s immigration laws.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton recently met privately with Black Lives Matter activists. Unlike her presidential rivals, Clinton was not rudely interrupted mid-speech by the activists and actually spent most of the conversation telling them what she thinks.
President Obama’s “most transparent” administration has made it so difficult for government watchdogs to investigate federal fraud and corruption that a coalition of inspectors general is petitioning Congress for help.
Americans increasingly believe that the terrorists are winning, despite more than a year of U.S. efforts to slow the proliferation of ISIS in the Middle East. That’s a view shared by some contenders in the GOP presidential field.
American colleges are seriously violating students’ free speech rights with severely restrictive speech codes, according to a new report out from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
A recent ad out from Kentucky Senator Rand Paul could put doubts into the minds of likely conservative voters who continue to embrace the Trump candidacy.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) was run off the stage at his own rally over the weekend by a couple of protesters who managed to insult the thousands of people who turned out.
Democratic voters appear ready for anyone but scandal-ridden former first lady Hillary Clinton to vie for the White House, according to recent polling and calls for other Democrats to enter the presidential contest.
Candidates in a crowded GOP presidential field faced off Thursday in the first official debate presidential debate of the 2016 campaign season. Here are the highlights.
The Washington Post on Wednesday reported that former president Bill Clinton and GOP candidate Donald Trump discussed the business magnate’s presidential bid over the phone before Trump’s announcement.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Thursday that fellow GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s popularity among potential voters has been artificially inflated by media personalities focusing too heavily on the businessman.
As the world burned, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her taxpayer-funded lackey Huma Abedin to organize a party for fashion designer Oscar de la Renta in 2012 at the Clinton Library in Arkansas.
A majority of likely Republican voters plan to tune in to the first GOP presidential debate Thursday night, even if they don’t believe it is likely to have a major impact on the outcome of the party’s primary.
According to a new analysis of Federal Election Commission filings, 17 of the nation’s wealthiest citizens have donated to both Hillary Clinton’s and Jeb Bush’s presidential campaigns.
It’s always fun to watch liberal utopia melt down in real time. Here’s a good one: from the intersection of big labor and racial oversensitivity.
A group of Chicagoans is suing nearby local governments, claiming Chicago residents have a “civil right” to force the city’s strict gun control laws on other locales.