A Republican Alabama lawmaker has introduced a bill that would do away with the state’s tiered income tax assessment method, replacing it instead with a 2.75 percent flat tax.
A conservative British politician is hoping to remind Americans that we’re in danger of losing our grasp on one of the biggest principles that helped define our nation’s painful separation from the monarchy.
While most U.S. journalists describe themselves as independents, those who identify as Democrats overwhelmingly outnumber those who admit to being Republicans.
Reportedly, a new book, “Clinton Cash” by Peter Schweizer, will stand apart from a crowd of other Clinton scandal books because the mainstream media is on board to keep reporting on whatever Schweizer’s uncovered.
In a short amount of time, public opinion polling in the gun rights/gun control debate has swung convincingly in favor of gun ownership. The Obama administration’s push to restrict Americans’ access to firearms has backfired.
Race-hustling MSNBC host Al Sharpton and his businesses reportedly owe more than $4 million in unpaid taxes and penalties to the federal government and the State of New York.
Iowa — the same state where petty application of civil forfeiture law has all but ruined restaurant owner Carole Hinders — may finally be taking up reform legislation that could scale back or end the practice.
A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reveals a substantial increase in the default rate for former college borrowers who are now having to pay back their federal student loans.
There’s reason to suspect that postmortem election pundits may someday blame a Hillary Clinton defeat on voters’ conviction that she must be incapable of managing the country if she can’t even manage her own campaign.
Maybe the Obama administration really is the most transparent in history. On Wednesday, Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett made no effort to conceal her affection for her interlocutors on a televised MSNBC interview.
Kathleen Willey, one of several women who alleged President Bill Clinton made sexual advances toward her during his first stint in the White House, said of the Clintons: “… Nothing embarrasses these people.”
Al Sharpton’s perpetually tax-troubled National Action Network (NAN) announced Wednesday that its supporters would participate in a hunger strike until the Senate approves Loretta Lynch as the nation’s next attorney general.
Reportedly, a male TSA agent misused standard TSA screening practices for the opportunity to touch “attractive male passengers” in their most private of places.
Reportedly, Mexican authorities have discovered at least two unoccupied, temporary “camps” near the border, both of which bear evidence of having been used by terrorists affiliated with ISIS.
If everything was on the up-and-up when the IRS was outed for using politics as a basis for discriminating against conservative groups, then why ask investigators to drop the “targeting” angle of their inquiry?
The Maryland couple targeted by police for their “free-range” parenting style got a major scare over the weekend: Their kids were picked up by strangers while walking home, alone, from a playdate.
President Obama told an audience at Howard University that he and the Department of Defense are on the same page when it comes to waging war against the vicissitudes of climate.
What was supposed to be a Democratic National Committee-led counterstrike against Rand Paul’s presidential announcement instead turned into an echo chamber.
A new report suggests that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have used her position to reward a foreign megadonor to her family’s charity by reversing her opposition to a trade agreement between the U.S. and Colombia.
Hillary Clinton’s approval has taken a hit among likely voters in swing states, as the names of early announcers from the political right begin to enter the mix.
Responding to pressure from a group of students and complainers that reportedly numbered fewer than 300, the University of Michigan decided Tuesday to cancel a screening of “American Sniper.”
The California Water Resources Board is expected to unveil an online venue that allows residents anonymously to tell on people and businesses in their community whom they suspect of wasting water.
Ready for Hillary? If you aren’t, then you’d better not refer to the former first lady only by her first name. If you do, don’t say you weren’t warned if her supporters start calling out your overt sexism.