Senator Tim Kaine's staunch backing of anti-gun laws and infringement of Second Amendment rights makes him a perfect accomplice to Hillary.
“It’s so much easier just to discredit people and call them names,” said Bill Clinton recently. And Hillary has now proved this, calling roughly a quarter of the electorate “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it.”
U.S. senators and representatives have sent letters to Secretary of State John Kerry, calling out the Obama administration's attempted backdoor to gun control.
In 2006, Hillary Clinton spoke and voted in favor of building a physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.
Pickle-jar gags with comedian Jimmy Fallon don’t count as genuine press conferences, but neither do scripted tarmac gigs with friendly, lovey-dovey reporters.
GAO Report: Government Spends Millions to Defend Against FOIA Requests, but Actual Cost Difficult to DetermineWritten by Raven Clabough
According to a newly released report by the Government Accountability Office, the federal government spends millions of dollars to defend itself from Freedom of Information Act requests. The report also notes that while it is the responsibility of the Department of Justice to track agencies’ compliance with FOIA requests, there are not enough mechanisms in place to capture the specific details related to the costs of these lawsuits.
Donald Trump's call for repeal of the Johnson Amendment, which limits free speech in churches, should be followed by a call to abolish the IRS.
Darrell Castle, a successful Tennessee lawyer and Marine Corps veteran, talks to The New American about the issues, the Constitution, and the prospects for America's future.