The concentration of noncitizen immigrants — both those here legally as well as those here illegally — in heavily Democratic states could help Hillary Clinton win enough electoral votes to be elected president in 2016. 


Congressman Tom Cole (R-Okla.) calls GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz (R-Texas) classless, tasteless, and counterproductive for criticizing John Boehner.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker withdrew from the race for the Republican nomination for president, but his departure from national politics is likely only to be temporary. by Bob Adelmann

As Congress once again prepares to increase the government’s borrowing authority above the already-absurd $18.1 trillion cap and avoid a federal default, the time is long overdue to call lawmakers out on the carpet over federal spending. According to the Monthly Treasury Statement, released on September 11, the federal government received a record $2 trillion ($2,883,250,000,000) in tax revenues in the first 11 months of fiscal 2015, approximately $19,346 for every person in the country who had either a full-time or part-time job in the same period. Why then does the spending cap need to be raised once again?

The federal government, in addition to militarizing police through the dispersal of military hardware, is bribing and coercing departments to follow federal edicts.