During a speech announcing his presidential campaign, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) promised to do away with the National Security Agency’s bulk data collection on his first day in the White House if elected.
The 2nd Amendment-hating group Everytown for Gun Safety is attacking the National Rifle Association ahead of the powerful gun rights group’s annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee, this weekend.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who is expected to become an official candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination on Tuesday, wants potential supporters to think of him as “a different kind of Republican.”
A Democratic lawmaker says there is “no reason on Earth” for assault weapon ownership and has introduced legislation that would give tax breaks to Americans who turn their firearms over to the federal government.
Rocker turned conservative activist Ted Nugent says that there is a clear source for the nation’s veteran suicide epidemic: President Barack Obama.
The White House Correspondents’ Association is putting together a list of press freedom demands for the Obama administration.
A growing number of Americans are evidently looking to brush up on their knowledge of the nation’s Constitution. That’s according to a bestseller list created by one of the nation’s oldest conservative book clubs.
In Alabama, a recent legislative proposal to make it easier for parents and mentors to teach youngsters proper handgun techniques is under fire from critics who say it will put handguns in the hands of minors.
For now, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is benefiting from an early announcement that he will run for president in 2016, according to new polling data.
Firearm-hating politicians and pundits are ramping up hyperbole as Republicans on Capitol Hill continue to push legislation designed to strengthen Americans’ 2nd Amendment rights.
In some states, defaulting on student loans can create problems that make it impossible for the borrowers to catch up on payments.
A group calling itself “Disarm NYPD” wants the nation’s largest city to create cop-free zones and eventually prohibit New York City Police Department officers from carrying firearms.
A Colorado bill would reaffirm the right of residents to film police officers by imposing up to $15,000 in civil penalties if an officer confiscates or destroys a civilian’s recording device or attempts to intimidate a citizen journalist.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are signaling that there’s a real chance for a repeal of the federal estate tax. Lawmakers in the Senate support legislation that would stop the IRS from punishing Americans “for a lifetime of hard work.”
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has introduced legislation that gives a nod to President Barack Obama’s call last year for police officers throughout the nation to be equipped with body cameras to hold officers accountable.
The nation’s Republican leaders have likened former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to disgraced President Richard Nixon as her private email scandal continues to unfold.
Yawning, complaining, whistling, arrogance, throat clearing or looking disheveled are all things that could cause an unsuspecting air traveler to be pegged as a potential terrorist by TSA agents.
Police in Topeka, Kansas, have decided to treat each routine encounter with motorists like a standoff with a dangerous criminal by implementing a new policy requiring drivers to reach for the sky during traffic stops.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives spent $600,000 in taxpayer money on six surveillance drones that the agency never used, according to a government watchdog report out this week.
In recent years, DEA agents have taken breaks from wasting billions of taxpayer dollars perpetuating the nation’s failed war on drugs to mingle at “sex parties” with prostitutes paid for by Colombian drug cartels.
A conservative watchdog has filed a racketeering lawsuit against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, arguing that she used a personal email server in order to sell access in return for donations to the Clinton Foundation.
Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) recent announcement that he intends to run for president in 2016 has put fellow libertarian-leaning GOP firebrand Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on the rhetorical offensive.
Lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee unveiled Tuesday legislation that would make it easier for the government to get communications data from private companies.