Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
President Barack Obama has issued a record number of regulations that are costing U.S. taxpayers over $100 billion annually.
Some argue that Title 18 Section 2071 of the U.S. Code would prevent Hillary Clinton from holding office in the United States.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman is optimistic that Congress will approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) this year.
The Council on Foreign Relations has called for the U.S. Defense Department to fund foreign militaries and international organizations.
A Minnesota Public Radio station sponsored a debate on the question of whether the president has usurped the power of Congress.
On a podcast, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) interviewed the author of a new biography of John Birch.
San Juan County, Washington, has been sued for seizing a parcel of privately owned land for the purpose of building a water treatment plant.
Julian Assange and the Russian government claim to have e-mails that could secure the indictment of Hillary Clinton on charges of violating federal law.
The NSA and the director of National Intelligence discuss plans to collect data from everyday items such as pacemakers, appliances, and children's toys.
A coalition of 14 U.S.-E.U. banking and financial companies are working to use the TTIP to remove regulations designed to prevent taxpayer bailouts.