The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate did something this week few expected would ever happen: act on the wishes of conservatives in the GOP. On Thursday, the
As details continued to emerge surrounding this week’s shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California, pressure on the Obama administration is heating up. In the days
Among the more than two dozen states publicly refusing to allow Syrian refugees to be placed, Texas was the first this week to escalate the
Well inside the 60-day mark before the Iowa Caucuses and the official start to the primary season, the race for the GOP nomination continues to
The declaration by President Obama that ISIS had been contained by U.S. forces just before the terrorist attacks in France was not just ill-timed; it was demonstrably false.
With each new gun-related tragedy comes renewed calls nationally for gun control by those on the left, and last week’s events in Colorado Springs were
Among all the details and characters receiving national scrutiny in the ongoing Servergate saga, FBI Director James Comey has managed to remain under the radar.
The most recent dump by the State Department of the court-mandated review of Hillary Clinton’s private email server communications has yielded further evidence of federal
The Republican National Committee is positioning itself to take on what could be the most difficult institutional fight in history next year. Assuming Hillary wins
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has struggled thus far in the months-long battle for the GOP nomination, languishing at the bottom of the pile for