Hillary Clinton was charging huge fees — paid to the Clinton Foundation — for access to the State Department during her time as secretary of state. Among the nearly 15,000 newly discovered — and previously withheld — e-mails is a body of overwhelming evidence of pay-for-play orchestrated by Clinton and Huma Abedin.
Senator John McCain is well-positioned to win today's primary and the general election in November, and then act as Clinton's deal-maker in the Senate if she becomes president.
A swarm of hundreds of United Nations-linked “international election monitors,” many of them hailing from nations ruled by repressive dictatorships, will descend on the United States this year to supervise and "monitor" America's elections. The horde of international bureaucrats for the November elections will be 10 times larger — and probably even more controversial — than the smaller “monitoring” mission that sparked a national uproar in 2012. Last time around, Texas even threatened to arrest them, and for good reason.
A high-ranking prosecutor in Oklahoma has come out in favor of protecting privte property from the dubious practice of civil asset forfeiture.
With politically connected investment companies standing to profit handsomely from Puerto Rico's junk bonds if the U.S. taxpayer bails out Puerto Rico, a U.S. government "oversight" board will likely recommend a full-blown bail out of Puerto Rico.
A wealthy couple has paid for the Baltimore Police Department to deploy a high-tech surveillance plane over the city.
Maine Governor Paul LePage informed the federal government that he would not heed a demand for data the Department of Commerce issued to his state.
Anti-establishment conservatives of all stripes — from the nationalist “alt-right” at Breitbart to the liberty-minded anti-globalist Infowars media empire — were apparently delighted with Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her latest anti-Donald Trump screed. In her bizarre speech Thursday attempting to demonize huge swaths of the American public as racists and paranoid conspiracy theorists, Clinton sounded almost unhinged. But it may all backfire.
For Clinton’s media pals, her delivery of 20 percent of U.S. uranium to Russia is not news. But new documents may force the issue.
Thanks to the heroic actions of two Oklahoma City police officers, a two-year-old boy is saved from an apartment fire.
Laws like one just enacted in Illinois to shut down the gun pipeline from out of state will do little, if anything, to keep guns out of the hands of criminals.