Now, the California Assembly has passed legislation to enable card-carrying communists to work for that state's government.
An outbreak of measles among a small unvaccinated population in Minnesota could spell trouble for the anti-vax community, as it may prompt yet another push for forced vaccinations.
Payday lenders make convenient targets for politicians — but should supporters of free markets and limited government favor bills placing more restrictions on such lenders?
On May 7 Texas governor Greg Abbott signed into law a bill banning sanctuary cities and providing civil penalties for entities that are in violation of the law.
In response to a FOIA request filed by Judicial Watch, the Trump administration State Department is fighting to keep Hillary Clinton's Benghazi e-mails from being released.
A repeal of the Johnson Amendment, which threatened churches with the loss of tax-exempt status if they pushed political views, does not necessarily mean that pastors, rabbis, ministers, and priests will exercise their new-found freedom, though they should.
Writing for The New Yorker, Evan Osnos reports that “Trump’s critics are actively exploring the path to impeachment or the invocation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, which allows for the replacement of a President who is judged to be mentally unfit.”
By passing the latest effort at government-managed healthcare, the House of Representatives demonstrates the century-old fascination with seeking social justice.
A woman shopping at a Walmart in Arizona found a desperate note apparently written by a prison laborer in China pleading for help.
A Russian plan establish “de-escalation zones” in Syria would bar military aircraft from all countries including the U.S.-led coalition from “no-fly” zones in Syria.
Studies by Pew Research and the FBI conclude that the Ferguson Effect is indeed restraining police, causing them to avoid confrontation and causing criminals to become emboldened and commit more crimes.