Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and three partners recently launched Virginia Self Defense Law, a law firm that promises to provide legal support for law-abiding gun owners facing self-defense related charges or government harassment for a retainer of less than $10 per month. In a Facebook post, Virginia Self Defense explains how the retainer […]
Next week, House lawmakers are expected to consider legislation called the Simple Fairness Act to eliminate the Obamacare individual mandate for at least the remainder of 2014. “Given all the problems Americans are facing with the rollout of ObamaCare, the House will consider the Simple Fairness Act,” House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said on […]
On Monday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel outlined a military spending plan that would cut the Army to its smallest size in 74 years. The cuts Hagel mentioned go beyond equipment; they include slashing personnel costs. Unsurprisingly, military groups and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are up in arms. The Pentagon budget will be unveiled next week. Get ready for a budget battle.
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
No one can be elected President of the United States without compromising his ideals at various points along the pathway leading to the White House. How much compromise will conservatives tolerate?
Lois Lerner still refuses to testify about the Internal Revenue Service discrimination scandal unless ordered to do so by a judge — or unless she’s granted immunity from any prosecution her testimony might otherwise elicit.
The results of the latest Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking survey reveal an ongoing combination of ignorance, indifference and mild revulsion toward Obamacare among the uninsured.
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While establishment leaders from both parties and their many hangers-on in mainstream media feed the 24-hour consumer news cycle with banal and insipid debates about partisan wars on women, homosexuals, minorities and the poor, there are people outside the U.S. who would love to have our problems – and who would likely be confused by […]
The Tea Party certainly isn’t dead, as The New York Times recently suggested. That was the message Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) delivered Thursday to a crowd of Tea Party activists assembled in Washington to celebrate five years of the conservative government movement. The Senator was joined by Republican lawmakers, including Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Michele […]