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Representative John Boehner (R-Ohio) is expected to succeed Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as the Speaker of the House when Republicans gain majority in January.
The Tea Party scored several major victories on Nov. 2, including the election of Rand Paul (R-Ken.), Mark Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) in Senate races.
The blowback against the increasingly invasive Transportation Security Administration porn show/grope fest at airports is growing — finally.
A Christian organization claims that President Barack Obama showed "arrogance" by pushing for the repeal of "don’t ask, don’t tell" a day after voters resoundingly expressed their disagreement with his policies.
It was 48 years ago this week that a very disgruntled politician told a California press conference that "you won’t have Dick Nixon to kick around anymore." Nixon had just failed in his bid to become Governor of California. He announced that he was retiring from politics. Not quite. Exactly 10 years later, on Tuesday, […]
Another election is over and the sweet promise of more change in two short years is wistfully blowing. It looks like it will be a humdinger of a Thanksgiving for Republicans. Read this article to see why this isn’t necessarily a cause for celebration…
MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann returned on air on Nov. 9 following a two-show suspension for political contributions he had made without the network’s approval.
With the exception of the occasional troll who bumbles onto our message boards, liberals are few and far between here in the enlightened empire of the Personal Liberty Digest. Therefore, something tells me the number of Bob Livingstonians who bemoaned the indefinite suspension of MSNBC’s reigning rant-meister Keith Olbermann is lower than the number of transgender census takers working the northwestern Montana survivalist compounds.
California voters rejected the latest attempt to legalize recreational marijuana use by rejecting Proposition 19 on Nov. 2. If approved, the ballot measure would have made it legal for state residents 21 or older to grow small amounts of pot for personal use.