Eight years ago terrorists used airliners as weapons against the U.S. A lot has happened since then, not all of it good. Now the government uses laws like the American Patriot Act to spy on Americans. Read this article to get a recap of some of what has transpired in eight years…
A new survey compared leading Republican politicians’ strength as potential challengers to President Obama in the 2012 general election, and found Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee to be leading the pack.
President Obama has come under fire from all sides for some of the provisions of the proposed healthcare reform, and media reports suggest he is preparing to appear before Congress to restate his case.
Attorney General Eric Holder has said more than $4 million in Recovery Act funds will be devoted to combating crime and drug trafficking in Texas border communities.
Barack Obama defeated John McCain by about 7 million votes last fall. Now some 10 million voters say they don’t like what the president is doing. Is the Obama honeymoon over, and what does it mean for the future of the president and his party? Read this article to find out…
A new report from the commander of the U.S. troops in Afghanistan may force President Obama to increase troops levels in Afghanistan for the second time this year, according to media speculation.
A new draft of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009, which may give the President greater powers over the internet, appears to be causing as much controversy as the original proposal.
Many of his supporters and donors were disappointed when Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania switched aisles earlier this year, and now they may be eligible for a refund.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has long criticized the proposed House healthcare bill for its provisions to cover illegal immigrants, and its position has now been supported by a report from the Congressional Research Service (CRS).
The San Francisco organization that led the unsuccessful campaign last year to defeat the state’s ban on same-sex marriage recently said it will put the measure to vote again in the 2012 election, angering both supporters and opponents of gay marriage.