During the first three full months of Trump’s administration, 42,000 illegal border crossers were taken into custody, compared to nearly 133,000 apprehensions during the same period a year ago.
The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a resolution earlier this week calling abortion an act of murder and directing state executive officials to “exercise their authority” to stop the practice.
The White House on May 8 announced that 10 individuals, whose names were soon released, would be nominated by the Trump administration to federal judicial positions.
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.