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Freshman Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has claimed that the GOP’s most recent budget proposal is insufficient, and he has questioned whether his party colleagues are "brave enough" to make deeper cuts.
Jon Huntsman’s decision to resign from his Chinese ambassadorship has fueled rumors that the former Governor of Utah is gearing up for a presidential bid in 2012.
Barbara Bush, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, has joined a list of well-known Republicans who support gay marriage.
Lawmakers in Idaho are working on legislation that would declare President Barack Obama’s healthcare law "null and void," claiming that the 10th Amendment grants individual states the final word on enforcing policies.
The root of the problem the world is facing right now isn’t really governments… or banks. The real problem is simply a very bad idea — the idea that the State ought to sit in the center of society. Let me explain…
As violence erupted in the streets of Egypt this week, some Americans have raised concerns about the government’s aid to its Arab ally.
You’ll be glad to know that no matter who wins the Big Game this Sunday, it will mean a good year for U.S. stocks. That’s because “the Super Bowl predictor” — a statistical oddity first noted by market analyst Robert Stovall — says that whenever the winner is an original member of the National Football League, the market will end the year higher than it began. Since both the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers meet that criterion, expect good things for the Dow in 2011.
Whichever wordsmith on President Barack Obama’s staff decided to substitute the word “investment” for “spending” is an absolute genius. A genius whose talents are promoting the dark side, true. But it’s a brilliant rhetorical cover for one of the most damaging legacies of this administration. Read this article for Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood’s take on the State of Union address…
While most Americans know that their country is experiencing deep political divisions, few understand how or when this came about. Some feel this division first appeared during the 2000 Presidential election in which the U.S. Supreme Court intervened in Florida’s ballot counting controversy…