John M. Roll, the chief judge of Arizona’s Federal court, was one of six individuals who was killed at a Tuscon shopping center on Jan. 8.
Here’s a bit of forgotten history. On Jan. 12, 1848 a freshman congressman from Illinois delivered his first major address to the House of Representatives. A clean-shaven Abraham Lincoln declared: “Any people, anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, to shake off the existing government, and form a new […]
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) believes that the Tea Party is a fad that will fade when the United States’ economy improves.
The nation’s unemployment rate in December reached its lowest levels since May 2009, but many economists said that the latest report from the United States Labor Department is a mixed blessing.
I wanted to discuss how years of inflammatory, often violent, rhetoric from the far Left walked us all right up to the moment in Tucson where liberal hate led to liberal violence in one horrific afternoon. But none of that really matters.
President Barack Obama’s administration has announced that businessman William Daley, who served as the former commerce secretary under President Bill Clinton, will be the next White House Chief of Staff.
President Barack Obama is not giving up on Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Peter Diamond, who has again been nominated to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
State lawmakers are pushing for the Supreme Court to re-evaluate what they believe is an "erroneous" interpretation of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution.
The Tea Party’s rising influence in Congress was on display Jan. 6 as the GOP-led House of Representatives staged a complete reading of the United States Constitution.