Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) introduced a bill on Thursday that would end the Washington, D.C., council’s ongoing war against guns by removing their authority to make and enforce anti-gun laws altogether.
Once again risk is shifted from a major American company to the American taxpayer via the Export-Import Bank, but this may be the last time.
Last week New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into a law a bill (passed unanimously by both houses) that made his state the first to require local approval before any local law-enforcement agency can accept military equipment from the U.S. government.
Oklahoma has initiated tax breaks for people who contribute to organizations that provide funds for private-school scholarships — and even public-school workers favor it.
Representatives Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) and Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) are ignoring the groundswell of feelings against new bans on ammunition, even as the head of ATF resigns.
Today Idaho Republican Senator Mike Crapo, a member of the Senate Budget Committee, will offer an amendment to the budget bill demanding that Operation Choke Point be defunded.
Grover Norquist, who began Americans for Tax Reform and the Islamic Free Market Institute and is a staunch Republican proponent of largescale immigration increases to the United States, is at risk of losing his seat on the board of the National Rifle Association because of claims that he has aided radical, anti-American Islamist groups in the United States.
Loretta Lynch's handling of the HSBC money-laundering scandal could mean the end of her chances to become the next U.S. Attorney General.
Police and firemen in Memphis are quitting and finding work elsewhere because their pensions have been underfunded and must be scaled back.
The international Energy Agency is astonished that the oil industry continues to produce at record levels, despite predictions there would be production cuts.