Real estate tycoon and reality TV star Donald Trump has stated that he is "seriously thinking" about running for President in 2012 because the United States has become a "laughingstock throughout the world."
The head of the National Rifle Association (NRA) slammed President Barack Obama’s administration and other gun control advocates during his speech at the Conservative Political Conference on Feb. 10.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has defended the George W. Bush administration for its handling of the Iraq war, but has criticized the leadership staff for not adequately garnering enough public support for the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
United States Representative Christopher Lee (R-N.Y.) has resigned from office after reports surfaced claiming that the 46-year-old Congressman sent a shirtless photo of himself to a woman on Craigslist.
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) will have a significant Tea Party presence this weekend, even though Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has declined an invitation to attend the national event sponsored by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) has announced that he will retire when his current term expires in 2012.
We’ve spent a lot of time recently bashing “the worst President who ever lived.” Instead, this week let’s do something different. Let’s turn our attention to the President whose birthday we celebrate tomorrow… the Great Emancipator, who is generally acclaimed as the greatest American President of them all. But was he…
Former President George W. Bush has canceled a trip to Switzerland amid reports of protests and legal action linked to his administration’s handling of foreign detainees.
Legal ethicists have raised concerns about the latest political move by Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, claiming that her role as "an ambassador to the Tea Party movement" could affect her husband’s ability to remain objective.
One week after Obamacare was ruled unConstitutional by a Federal judge in Florida, a total of 21 Republican governors have signed a letter to the United States government detailing how the healthcare overhaul might cripple their States’ budgets.