It’s always fun to watch liberal utopia melt down in real time. Here’s a good one: from the intersection of big labor and racial oversensitivity.
A group of Chicagoans is suing nearby local governments, claiming Chicago residents have a “civil right” to force the city’s strict gun control laws on other locales.
Newscasters should stop using chases to pad ratings, viewers should find their suspense elsewhere and police officers should eliminate high speed pursuits from their law enforcement tool bags once and for all.
Some economists are warning that a drastic minimum wage hike could have dire circumstances for the American workers who need the money most.
In an interview Sunday, Donald Trump, who has yet to make public his tax returns, eschewed the “fair share” argument that many politicians on both sides of the aisle bring to the tax debate, saying that — like all U.S. taxpayers — it’s in his best interest to pay as little as possible.
Billionaire Charles Koch on Sunday told 450 business leaders, politicians and GOP donors that America is “done for” if conservatives don’t do a better job building support for smaller government.
Donald Trump holds a commanding 9.5 point lead against his fellow Republican hopefuls. But that number could be the least of the GOP establishment’s worries.
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson has pledged support of a constitutional amendment to impose congressional term limits, saying the move will “create more opportunities for fresh ideas” in the nation’s halls of power.
A Kentucky homeowner is facing two felony charges after he shot down a drone that he says was hovering above his property.
President Obama’s flight to Kenya and Ethiopia cost U.S. taxpayers $6 million, according to an analysis of the president’s prolific globe-trotting. But the total cost of the trip is much higher.
In a recent interview, Vermont senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said that the open-border immigration policies often championed would make all but the wealthiest Americans poorer.
Hillary Clinton and her entourage recently took a break from trying to convince America she’s just an average gal and shut down a portion of the luxury Manhattan-based department store Bergdorf Goodman so the candidate could get a haircut.
On Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper called for changes that would make it easier for the government to keep tabs on individuals.
Rush Limbaugh said Republican lawmakers are happy to join media and Democratic condemnation of Donald Trump because they’re all upset that he doesn’t adhere to the unspoken rules of the conventional political dichotomy.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is notoriously keen on avoiding questions of substance from members of the press. But her latest non-answer to a citizen’s question about the Keystone XL pipeline takes Clinton question-dodging to a new level.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus wants GOP presidential hopefuls to pledge not to run third-party if they aren’t selected as the establishment’s presidential choice.
A coalition of online privacy advocates is asking Americans to protest an upcoming cybersecurity vote using technology even the most elderly lawmaker can understand: via fax.
In the latest story about political correctness making people stupid, the Connecticut Democratic Party recently voted to rename its annual fundraising dinner to remove references to former presidents.
Recently there’s been an explosion of anti-Trump talk from the GOP political establishment and mainstream media. But despite efforts to shut him up, Trump is everywhere.
Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) is slated to introduce the Cost of Services and Translations Act, or COST Act, this week in order to find out exactly how much the nation spends catering to foreign speakers.
“Good morning, American pilots, we are here to greet you on your Fourth of July Independence Day,” stated the crew of a Russian nuclear bomber that buzzed the U.S. 40 miles off the California coast on the Fourth of July.
Social Security and Medicare will be totally insolvent in fewer than 19 years, according to annual reports on the state of the entitlement programs released Wednesday.
A family in Cobb County, Georgia, was recently notified that they need to obtain a permit in order to allow their college-age children to park in their private driveway over the summer.