The nation faces a government shutdown as of midnight, January 19, if senators don’t approve a budget bill, but Senator Paul is more concerned about the deficit than a shutdown.
The latest conspiracy theory, over which the media was aflutter, concerns alleged secret cells in the White House — fat cells. Dubbed the “Girther” movement, the suspicion is that President Trump is lying about his height and/or weight.
President Trump tweeted the winners of his “Fake News Awards” on the evening of January 17, documenting his criticism of the news media with indisputable graphics.
Democrat Governor Phil Murphy cannot claim ignorance of the state's pension tsunami. He'd just rather spend taxpayers' monies to fund his favorite liberal projects.
A Gallup poll conducted from January 2 through 7 showed strong support for President Trump among Republicans, as well as Mormons and white Protestants.
President Trump is pessimistic about the prospects for reaching a bipartisan agreement on DACA before the deadline for preventing a government shutdown arrives.
The New Hampshire House defeated, by one vote, a measure that would prohibit counselors from engaging in reparative therapy.
James Damore, the former Google software engineer who was fired in August, has filed a class-action suit against the Internet giant, alleging discrimination against white, male, and conservative employees.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced he would be running for Senator Jeff Flake’s seat in the upcoming primary.