The United States should use tactical nuclear weapons if a preemptive strike is necessary to prevent Iran from producing a nuclear weapon, U.S. Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-Calif.) said this week in an interview on C-Span.
Once again, the federal government is assuming unconstitutional authority over the citizens of Arizona involving an issue of purely state interest.
Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner announced his plans to serve as president and managing director of the Wall Street private equity firm Warburg Pincus as of March 2014.
Texas Republican and fiscal conservative Debra Medina, wildly popular among constitutionalists, is running for the state comptroller’s office in 2014. She has an impressive pedigree in the Republican Party, having garnered 19 percent of the 2010 primary vote against Rick Perry and former Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Suspicions are raised as the White House is refusing to make Healthcare.gov technician Todd Park available for questioning. The House Oversight Committee requested that Park appear for a hearing next Wednesday, but the White House has issued a response indicating that Park is far too busy attending to the needs of the ObamaCare enrollment portal.
In an essay published by Cato, Roger Pilon questions Congress's commitment to constitutional limits on its power.
A Mennonite couple in Iowa may be forced to choose between financial penalties or disregarding their own principles after the Iowa Civil Rights Commission filed suit against them for refusing to host a same-sex wedding. Dick and Betty Odgaard, who operate The Gortz Haus Gallery in Grimes, Iowa, has filed a counter-lawsuit against the state’s Civil Rights Commission in the hopes that they may be able to maintain their own convictions without penalty.
House Republicans are maintaining their position on the healthcare law and are launching what is dubbed a “two-front war” on ObamaCare. One week after the House passed a bill that defunds ObamaCare, they are attempting to take a vote this weekend on a bill that would delay the healthcare law in exchange for agreeing to raise the debt ceiling.