The House of Representatives has finally struck a blow for liberty, rebuking Attorney General Jeff Sessions on civil asset forfeiture.
Just as they did with the tragic death of Senator Paul Wellstone in 2002, when the Left made a political rally out of a funeral, global-warming alarmists such as Stevie Wonder and Beyoncé are using the recent natural hurricane disasters to advance their left-wing political cause.
“A picture is worth a thousand words" is an image lesson that hasn’t been lost on the media. And now a professional photographer has accused CBS of doctoring former White House advisor Steve Bannon's televised image in order to make him look like a "bleary-eyed drunk." ==
A lawsuit filed against the government of Saudi Arabia by families of 9/11 victims charges that the Saudi government funded a “dry run” designed to test airline security.
Mission accomplished: Freddie Gray's death will be forgotten along with the officers unfairly charged. What remains is what was sought: the permanent consent decree turning the Baltimore Police Department into a branch of the federal government.
The Trump administration is asking Congress to renew a law giving intelligence agencies the authority to collect the communications of millions of Americans without a warrant.
Senator Rand Paul is protesting the failure of Congress to reclaim its constitutional authority to declare war.
Judge Roy Moore, assuming he wins both the runoff and the special election, will no doubt give Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all manner of trouble.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy issued an order on September 11 that stayed a ruling by the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court that limited the Trump travel ban.
On the same day that President Trump signed a bill into law that suspended the debt ceiling and enabled unlimited federal borrowing, the national debt reached and exceeded $20 trillion for the first time in U.S. history.
The Virginia Department of Elections announced Friday that it has called for the immediate decertification of Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting equipment in Virginia. The phrase "direct recording" refers to electronic voting equipment where the voters’ choices are transferred directly from the display on the screen to the voting booth’s internal database without any intermediate paper ballot for the voter to verify.