Nearly two years after losing his job with the House Republican Study Committee over a controversial copyright paper, Derek Khanna now represents one side of a split among conservatives over copyright reform.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has quietly embarked on a project to take the fingerprints of every Texan old enough to drive over the next 12 years, and add them to a statewide criminal history database.
This article, written by Kenric Ward, was originally published by Watchdog on May 28. WASHINGTON, D.C. — The multibillion-dollar duopoly game known as “economic development” is steadily shifting wealth from taxpayers […]
This article, written by Eric Boehm, was originally published by Watchdog on May 27. Red light cameras have generated millions of dollars in revenue for towns and cities across the […]
This article, written by reporter M.D. Kittle, was originally published May 13 by at Watchdog.org. MADISON, Wis. — Liberals have spent the past two election cycles frothing at the mouth about […]
This article, written by Eric Boehm, was originally published by Watchdog on May 9. The Government Accountability Office has finished its analysis of the across-the-board Federal budget cuts known as […]
This article, written by reporter Bruce Parker, was originally published by Watchdog on May 8. When Dave and Eileen McKnelly bought the Newbury Village Store in picturesque Newbury, Vt., the […]
This piece, written by reporter Rob Nikolewski, was originally published at Watchdog.org on May 6. SANTA FE, N.M. — Plenty has been written about the amount of greenhouse gases getting pumped […]
This piece, written by reporter Tori Richards, was originally published at Watchdog.org on May 2. This weekend, a shadowy leftist group named Democracy Alliance will meet in Chicago to figure […]
This piece, written by reporter Travis Perry, was originally published by Kansas Watchdog on April 30. OSAWATOMIE, Kan. — Fictitious Congressman Frank Underwood is manipulative, vindictive, ruthless and captivating in […]
In an era of heightened scrutiny against tax-exempt nonprofits, one left-leaning labor group may be ripe for investigation. But that’s up to the Internal Revenue Service.
This article, written by Mark Lagerkvist, was originally published April 24 by Watchdog.org. Governor Chris Christie’s office sends New Jersey Watchdog a message every other Tuesday — a reminder of […]
This article, written by Rob Nikolewski, was originally published by Watchdog.org on April 23. Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy may have brought the fight to the forefront, but western States’ public […]
This article by Josh Peterson was published by Watchdog.org on April 21. The catastrophic effects of an electromagnetic pulse-caused blackout could be preventable, but experts warn the civilian world is […]
Those who fail to pay their taxes in full might be doing the American economy a favor. And their numbers are growing.
Civil rights advocates such as John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute in Charlottesville, say the widespread collection and preservation of license plate data not only potentially violates search and seizure rights in the 4th Amendment, but it also makes people leery to exercise their 1st Amendment rights.
This article, written by M.D. Kittle, was originally published by Watchdog on April 14. MADISON, Wis. — In the national battle by liberal government officials working to silence conservative activists, one […]
This article, written by Josh Peterson, was originally published by Watchdog on April 11. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Twenty-nine organizations are banding together to stop a tax for hopping on the […]
Financial regulations imposed after the 2008 Wall Street crash are backfiring on consumers and pose a “compliance nightmare” for lenders. “What we have are policymakers on steroids,” Representative Scott Garrett charged Tuesday.
MONTPELIER, Vt. — A bill that passed the Vermont House without controversy is now in doubt after gun-rights advocates exposed provisions allowing police to take guns during domestic disputes. “It’s […]
This article, written by Rob Nikolewski, was originally published by New Mexico Watchdog on April 3. SANTA FE, N.M. — In late February, four Federal agents carrying side arms with a […]
MADISON, Wis. — Call it a case of premature celebration. As President Barack Obama did his victory dance Tuesday amid better-than-expected (reported) enrollment in his namesake Obamacare, the Affordable Care […]
As Governor Chris Christie proclaimed his exoneration in the Bridgegate scandal, he refused to discuss his lieutenant governor, Kim Guadagno. “This is my press conference, not hers,” snapped Christie. A […]