Adhering to the principle that less government is better, the GOP and some conservatives have reacted to the financial regulation bill proposal—the former by asking that the process be slowed down, and the latter by labeling it "the next government takeover."
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has announced that it is now part of a new international organization whose goal is the protection of firearms rights for private citizens.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has joined a lawsuit filed against a Mississippi High School that announced it would cancel its prom because a lesbian student was planning to attend the event with her girlfriend.
A newly released policy brief from Progressives for Immigration Reform (PFIR) contains a warning about the ecological impact of United States population growth.
As the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that aims to overturn the Chicago handgun ban, a new Rasmussen poll has revealed that an overwhelming majority of Americans believe that cities have no right to impose similar bans.
Thirty-three years ago I was in the forefront of a cultural revolution that would change the face of politics in America. And I didn’t even know it. Read this article to learn about what was then just an experiment with a new radio format—talk radio.
Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) publicly lashed out at Al Gore on Monday, referring to global warming as "the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people," while claiming that the former vice president is "running for cover" following recent questions regarding climate change science.
The House voted 416-0 on Wednesday to ban misleading mailings designed to look like official government documents, following criticism from both sides of the aisle that two Republican groups were sending out fundraising letters that appeared to be official communications from the Census Bureau.
Feared by some and long-awaited by others, a plan to reform and regulate the United States financial industry has been unveiled today by top Senate Democrats.
While Washington continues to debate the merits of a comprehensive immigration reform, a pair of recent studies has shown that while legalizing the status of those working in the United States illegally could help the economy, the road is paved with institutional dangers.