That Barack Obama and more than a few of his accomplices lied to the world about what transpired in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2011 is now a matter of record. They lost the ability to credibly claim ignorance following their multiple narrative changes in the wake of the murders.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s unfortunate racially-charged remarks have overshadowed the Federal show of force that descended upon his cattle operation last month. But as many lawmakers have scrambled to distance themselves from the rancher, one Republican Congressman from Utah remains focused on the bigger picture: too much Federal power.
An attorney working for the U.S. Federal Election Commission (FEC), the Federal body tasked with ensuring the integrity of the campaign process, has resigned following the uncovering of evidence that he (or she) actively campaigned for President Barack Obama while on the job.
If an armed person stops a motorist in one of the Nation’s most deserted areas and demands that person hand over the large sum of cash he’s carrying, doesn’t that make the armed person a brigand? In Nevada and other States, it’s perfectly legal…for the cops.
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.
A Pennsylvania judge ruled last week that failing to pay $6.30 in interest was ample reason for a widow’s home to be sold for less than half of its appraised value at a 2011 tax auction.
This piece, written by Theodoric Meyer and Kim Barker, was originally published by ProPublica on April 29. Most people have come to associate outside money — the hundreds of millions of dollars from politically active nonprofits and super PACs pouring into American elections — with conservatives. And why not? Since the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens […]
Democrats’ charge that Cliven Bundy is a racist; and by extension, so are all conservatives. But compared to the left, conservatives are practically Rosa Parks. After all, Bundy is a lone Nevada rancher. He’s hardly a spokesman for anyone other than himself; and not even a particularly good one. But real racists run through the Democrat roster like rats through a sewer.
Fresh off a two-week Easter break, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) wasted no time Monday laying the groundwork for a promised Democrat-backed minimum wage increase proposal that could see a floor vote as early as this week.
Last week, the PC crowd and their media enablers got all atwitter at the very idea of a rancher’s observation that dependence on the welfare state might have created a new form of slavery in the U.S. as egregious as the actual human ownership-type slavery that existed prior to the Civil War. Here’s why.