The Obama administration violated a "clear and unambiguous law" in exchanging Guantanamo prisoners for Army Sgt. Bergdahl, says a General Accounting Office report, and he isn't stopping there.

Rand Paul has not yet announced he's running for president, but he is all but daring the Democrats to nominate "war hawk" Hillary Clinton for a race he predicts will be "transformational."

Al Sharpton's racial bigotry and incendiary past is not a hindrance, but a help, to those promoting him to greater prominence.

The previous day California State Senator Ben Hueso had voted in favor of Assembly Bill 612, which would, for all intents and purposes, end the ride-sharing industry in California which has been responsible for reducing DUIs.

 

 

 

 

President Barack Obama, who once called the U.S. Export-Import bank "little more than a fund for corporate welfare," urged business owners Saturday to press members of Congress to renew the bank's charter, due to expire on September 30.

Texas Governor Rick Perry was booked on two felony charges of abuse of power on August 19.

A Travis County, Texas grand jury has indicted Texas Governor Rick Perry on charges of abuse of power and coercion.

Six Republican candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives vie to join Justin Amash's Liberty Caucus in Congress this  November.

 

 

Critics say that Facebook has become a political network that is blocking Republican activism and that it may use social-network manipulation to turn out the vote for liberal candidates this November. 

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke won his primary election on Tuesday over Bloomberg-supported Chris Moews, a Milwaukee police lieutenant.

 

 

 

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