Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) may butt heads with Barack Obama on many things — but Obamatrade, apparently, isn’t one of them.
Robert Gibbs, a longtime ally of Barack Obama who also served as the president’s press secretary from 2009 to 2011, has been hired by the Chicagoland-based McDonald’s fast food chain to “build a more modern, progressive burger company,” according to the company’s CEO.
Maybe he’s onto something, being a constitutional lawyer and all, but President Obama seems narcissistically certain that his signature achievement will withstand the scrutiny of nine Supreme Court justices later this month.
A human could have conceived, given birth, and had the whole thing partially paid for by Obamacare in the time it’s taken the White House not to develop a fighting strategy against the Islamic State.
New polling data show that the share of Republicans who consider themselves conservatives on both social and fiscal issues has slipped to its lowest level since 2005.
Another week, another Republican presidential candidate — or two, or three — makes it official. It will be interesting to see when the primaries finally get underway how many names will be on the ballot.
Maybe it’s a sign of things to come in Hillary’s America. The Clinton campaign is seeking Americans willing to open up their homes and allow Hillary for America volunteers to crash on their couches.
The University of California, San Diego has just opened a one-stop shop for illegal aliens who attend the school to receive information about how to obtain financial aid and other publicly funded services, The College Fix reports.
In a strange moment of bipartisan agreement, two congressmen have introduced a bill calling on all nations to abolish their blasphemy laws. It’s a completely symbolic move, but at least it’s about something meaningful.
The New York Police Department agreed to award money to a Bronx woman who filed a federal lawsuit after being arrested for nothing more than attempting graciously to decline a police officer’s unwanted advances.
Blue Cross and other major health insurance providers are seeking permission from state regulators to raise their rates dramatically next year, as the true cost of covering individuals under Obamacare begins to reveal itself.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says the brief expiration of the Patriot Act is only a temporary victory for privacy advocates—but one that sends a clear message to Congress and the White House.
Thousands of websites are blocking members of Congress from visiting in an effort to force lawmakers to end mass surveillance under the Patriot Act.
A new ad out from a pro-Rand Paul PAC uses the bravado of an old school wrestling announcement to draw attention to a rare Sunday gathering of the Senate to discuss the fate of controversial Patriot Act provisions.
More than 1 in 3 Americans believes illegal aliens should have the right to vote in U.S. elections, a figure buoyed by the majority of Democratic voters who favor the idea.