A Louisiana proposal to teach schoolchildren a passage from the Declaration of Independence was shelved after a Democrat legislator implied the document was "racist" and called some of its words a "lie."
In response to the controversy surrounding the release of undercover videos that exposed Planned Parenthood’s involvement in fetal organ harvesting, the California State Assembly is moving to pass a bill that would criminalize publishing secretly recorded video footage from “healthcare providers” such as Planned Parenthood.
Over the Memorial Day weekend, Bill Kristol, the editor of the Weekly Standard (which has been described as a “redoubt of neoconservatism” and “the neocon bible”) sent out a tweet stating: “There will be an independent candidate — an impressive one, with a strong team and a real chance.”
Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson offers Americans an alternative to Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. But is he a good alternative?
Illinois Governor Rauner vetoed a bill cutting back Chicago's underfunded pension plans to under $900 million, saying he was tired of politicians kicking the can down the road.
Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump's pro-gun policy statements as "dangerous." Both candidates, however, fall short of the constitutional standard.
The battle over S.B. 1552 — Oklahoma's controversial pro-life legislation vetoed by Governor Mary Fallin — may have run its course for this year, but it is far from over. While the Senate adjourned early Friday afternoon without voting for an override, leaving Governor Fallin's veto intact, Senator Natham Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) has said he plans to reintroduce the popular bill again next year.
Is Congressman Paul Ryan a RINO — Republican in name only? Or is he instead a committed champion of the conservative agenda in his role as speaker of the house? The following article sheds light on how conservative Ryan actually is by surveying his public record, including key votes he has cast.