In deciding whether decisions at the WTO are good for America, Americans need to think long and hard about the sovereignty we are surrendering to the World Trade Organization.
Kaitlin Bennett is a charming, fearless defender of precious rights, including the right to self-defense and the means by which to defend oneself. May her number increase!
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that President Trump's proposed spending cuts would reduce the deficit by $1.26 billion over 11 years, less than half the administration's forecast.
Lax school disciplinary standards, in part, prevented Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz from being brought to the attention of law enforcement prior to his Valentine's Day shooting spree.
North Korea cancelled talks with South Korea and is considering canceling the summit between Kim Jong-un and President Trump over the U.S-South Korean military drills.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar says the Trump administration's plan to reduce prescription-drug prices is "market-based." But is it?
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) have accused the Department of Justice (DOJ) of being behind “anonymous attacks” in the media on a House Intelligence Committee GOP staffer. The staffer was named and raked over the coals by an anonymous source in a New York Times hit-piece over the weekend.
It sounds like something from a movie: A man is caught at an airport with one million in cash in a carry-on suitcase. Yet in what some have called the “worst scandal in Minnesota history,” this scene plays out weekly at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, with more than $100 million leaving the country and ending up in the Middle East and North Africa just last year.
Despite 90 percent negative coverage by the establishment media, President Trump’s approval ratings have climbed, causing some anti-Trumpers to realize the public is tiring of the constant Trump bashing.
Outgoing Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed numerous bills Friday — two groups in particular seek either to protect or expand their influence through legislation.