The issue of federal government overreach is often talked about in 21st-century America, but some state legislators are actually doing something about it.
The online publication The Intercept on Monday published a history of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s previous claims that Iran was about to produce a nuclear bomb.
Late last week, Senator Jim Inhofe tossed a snowball at a colleague on the Senate floor as a visual rebuttal to claims of global warming.
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky came in first for the third straight year and Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin made a strong second-place showing Saturday at the end of the three-day Conservative Political Action Conference.
Sen. Rand Paul got a rousing response from a lively crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday, as he announced his proposal for the "largest tax cut in American history."
If the water pressure suddenly dropped in the greater Washington, D.C. Friday, it may have meant that former Florida Governor and early 2016 Republican presidential frontrunner Jeb Bush was on stage.
After waging more than six months of an undeclared war, with more than 2,000 air strikes against the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, President Obama finally got around to asking Congress for a resolution authorizing the use of military force.
The Chicago police department runs a “black site” detention facility where detainees are “disappeared” and kept out of contact with family and lawyers at a warehouse on the city’s west side called Homan Square, according to a report published Tuesday by the London newspaper The Guardian.
Appearing before the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Wednesday, undeclared presidential candidate Jeb Bush acknowledged “there were mistakes made in Iraq.”
While Senator Marco Rubio of Florida almost certainly will enter the race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, it appears even more certain that he won’t win the support of Representative Justin Amash.