The United States' 12th place in the world this year in economic freedom will be corrected downward in the next few years as more federal regulations kick in.
Congressmen won a small victory, but a victory nevertheless, in their efforts to dismantle Operation Chokepoint, the government operation that cuts off funding to legitimate businesses that the Obama administration finds in disfavor.
Unless the right questions are asked, little will be learned about whether Obama's choice to replace Eric Holder as attorney general, Loretta Lynch, will continue Eric Holder's legacy of blocking enforcement of the law, rather than aiding enforcement.
The conservative Koch Brothers-funded “chamber of commerce” is planning to raise nearly $900 million to invest in the 2016 elections.
Alaska's Governor Bill Walker, just inaugurated last week, is facing the cold reality of falling oil prices.
The president spent less than a minute on Sunday announcing his administration's plans to prohibit drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A sheriff, Sheriff Lorey, in New York state is urging his constituents to refuse to fill out permits to own a handgun, as demanded by the state, because it is an unconstitutional restriction on the Second Amendment.
Former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged with violating Michael Brown’s civil rights in last August’s shooting. Officials with the Department of Justice are said to be drafting a memorandum outlining the DOJ's position with final approval expected to be granted without fanfare in the next couple of months by Attorney General Eric Holder.
Police have for years used radar scanners to see into homes, but the good news is that, so far, only 50 police departments are using this technology.
According to a study just published by Wealth-X and National Financial Partners, $16 trillion of wealth belonging to 211,275 “ultra-high net worth” individuals will be passed on to the next generation over the next 30 years.