Senator John McCain is well-positioned to win today's primary and the general election in November, and then act as Clinton's deal-maker in the Senate if she becomes president.
As President Dilma Rousseff takes the stand in her defense during her impeachment trial in Brazil (for corruption), Americans might be heartened to learn not all the crooks are in Washington.
With politically connected investment companies standing to profit handsomely from Puerto Rico's junk bonds if the U.S. taxpayer bails out Puerto Rico, a U.S. government "oversight" board will likely recommend a full-blown bail out of Puerto Rico.
Laws like one just enacted in Illinois to shut down the gun pipeline from out of state will do little, if anything, to keep guns out of the hands of criminals.
The mainstream media may be confused, but Trump's supporters are not: His campaign rests on exiting layers of government. By Bob Adelmann
In the early 1980s, Venezuelans enjoyed the highest standard of living in South America. Now they are starving, if they cannot flee.
Massachusetts socialists have not only figured out a way to punish ride-sharing newcomers, but to pass a new tax onto ride-sharing customers outside the state.
Now gun control proponents want to disarm the elderly, but "reasonable" incrementalism is how precious freedoms are lost.