Despite days of advance publicity in the mainstream media, apparently only a handful of protesters representing the group Disarm NYPD showed up at Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park the evening of July 1 to burn a Confederate flag and an American flag.
Shortly after the outset of WWI, the British were desperate to get America to join the Allies. And the facts suggest that they let a passenger liner be sunk to obtain that end.
An estimated three to six million taxpayers will get a nasty surprise when they fill out their federal income returns this year and are subject to the ObamaCare tax penalty.
The Texas GOP’s State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) approved an anti-constitutional convention resolution at their December meeting, setting back an Article V Convention of the States.
In 1914, when the bulk of the soldiers on both sides of World War I were Christian and Christmastime rolled around, fighting ceased, despite orders from superiors.
Numerous security risks inherent in Internet voting prove that as it currently stands, it is not safe and shouldn’t be used in elections.
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled in favor of Thad Cochran in Chris McDaniel’s lawsuit contesting the election results in the GOP primary runoff election for the U.S. Senate.
When state representative candidate Jim Moynihan voted for himself in Schaumburg, Illinois, Monday, the machine kept switching his vote to his opponent.
Implementing police-state procedures on U.S. citizens at or near the border while encouraging illegal immigrants by rewarding them with government benefits will not solve the problem.
A computer breach at JPMorgan Chase exposed 76 million personal records to hackers; was government involvement ultimately to blame?