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?
A number of people have questioned the results of Scotland's September 18 independence vote, including 90,000 signers of an online petition demanding a revote.
Fifty years after "Peter and the Commissar" parodied central planning under the Soviet Union, would the themes still be laughable?
The executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections released evidence showing that vote fraud is likely happening with regularity.
Maria Franziska von Trapp, the last surviving member of the singing family whose story inspired the movie The Sound of Music, died February 18 at her home in Vermont at the age of 99.
Two very different manhunts occurred in this nation 50 years apart. One was in 1963 in response to the assassination of a president of the United States; the other followed a pair of bomb explosions that killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Viewed together, these two manhunts illustrate how much law enforcement has strayed from its strong constitutional principles and moved toward a police state in the last 50 years.
At the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association AOPA Aviation Summit, concern over abusive behavior by law-enforcement personnel is ramping up as pilots increasingly find themselves greeted by armed SWAT teams, for no good reason.