Even though he isn’t up for reelection this year, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is finding his name widely circulated among Texas Republicans trying to find moral high ground in their ideological game of last man standing. That’s true not only in the few instances in which he’s publicly endorsing candidates, but in the many instances […]
America’s Founders so understood the importance of the right to bear arms as a great equalizer between the political power structure and the general populace that they included the right in the 2nd Amendment to the supreme law of the land. Today, far removed from the bloody war for American independence, the sanctity of that […]
The Supreme Court ruled today that police, without a warrant, may legally enter and search a dwelling even over the vehement protestations of an occupant, so long as a co-occupant grants them access. That decision reverses a 2006 ruling, which held that the refusal of even one occupant to allow a warrantless search was sufficient […]
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On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected two National Rifle Association challenges to laws that ban handgun permits for people under 21.
President Barack Obama is, in the eyes of the majority of Americans, a President who is failing to earn respect from his global peers – even as Americans continue to believe the U.S. as a Nation commands international respect.
“Stop Government Abuse Week” kicked off Monday in the House. Republicans in the lower chamber plan to hold votes on at least 12 measures designed to increase transparency and curtail government abuse.
George Soros, billionaire hero to progressive activists looking for a financial lifeline everywhere, ramped up political spending threefold through his Open Society Policy Center and its financial affiliate in 2013 – and there’s no reason to believe he’s slowing down.
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Actor and short-lived pundit Alec Baldwin penned a 5,300 word essay in New York Magazine titled “Alec Baldwin: Good-bye, Public Life” to explain how running afoul of vocal LGBT advocates and his brief tenure at MSNBC made him realize that he wishes to leave public life for good. In November, Baldwin, an outspoken fan of […]