Combining cultural conservatism and economic populism, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee kicked off his campaign for the White House in his hometown of Hope, Arkansas, Tuesday.
Will our nation, so often described as “war-weary,” rise up to stop the march toward the next Vietnam or Iraq, another “perpetual war for perpetual peace”?
Emphasizing his foreign policy differences with Hillary Clinton — and with most of his Republican senate colleagues — GOP presidential contender Rand Paul Monday told a group of about 30 Orthodox Jewish leaders in Brooklyn that overthrowing Saddam Hussein in Iraq was a “mistake."
Senator Rand Paul called on his fellow Republicans Saturday to defend the “whole Bill of Rights,” not just the Second Amendment.
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky was not bashful about setting himself apart from his more hawkish rivals for the Republican presidential nomination at an early pre-primary event in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Saturday.
As many as 700 migrants are feared dead in the Mediterranean after a boatful of people trying to escape the violence and chaos in Libya capsized.
U.S Rep. Trey Gowdy is demanding answers to his questions regarding a State Department plan to relocate refugees in the Spartanburg, South Carolina area.
“There are far too many federal hands on people’s private parts in airports," declared ex-TSA official Jason Edward Harrington.
Somerville, New Jersey, high school teacher Patricia Jannuzzi was suspended on March 13 after several of her Facebook postings against same-sex marriage and the “gay” political and social agenda.