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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has called for President Barack Obama’s resignation if it can be proven that Obama approved illegal spying techniques.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has asked Congress to consider approving an online privacy measure.
Representative Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) has become the 23rd House member in the nation’s history to be censured, after the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted in favor of the formal reprimand on Dec. 2.
Open the average high school yearbook and you’ll see at least one quote from Teddy Roosevelt’s “Citizenship in a Republic” speech.
The national unemployment rate climbed to a seven-month high in November, according to the latest Labor Department report.
A recent survey reveals that 79 percent of Americans believe that the United States is still in a recession.
Republican leaders are venting frustration after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) placed a new version of a controversial immigration law on the legislative calendar without an official hearing to discuss the bill.
There are those attracted to less government and there are those attracted to big government. Fortunately, the fathers of the United States Constitution believed in limited government and maximum individual liberty. Read this article to learn more about the goals of the group attracted to big government…
Unemployment benefits expired for thousands of Americans on Nov. 30, as Republicans and Democrats in the Senate continued to disagree on the terms of an extension.
The Senate approved a bill on Nov. 30 that would introduce enhanced governmental oversight of the nation’s food producers. One day later, it was revealed that Senate Democrats may have violated a constitutional provision while crafting the bill, which has resulted in the legislation heading back to the House of Representatives.