Policy and Politics

Lets make another "deal"

Clinton Struck Deal With Obama State Dept. to Keep Records Private

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality rules

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted.

Obamacare customers beware

A potential glitch if you froze your credit report

America's Farmers Don't Depend on Illegal Immigration

American agriculture will not collapse without illegal labor

An Obamacare Surprise in the Mail

The prices may be very different. And consumers have no guarantee that their preferred doctors will be in the provider network of their plan.

Jerry says its your fault!

Jerry Brown Blames Fires On Global Warming

Obama’s Failed Stimulus Still Fleecing Taxpayers

The disastrous impact of the stimulus hasn’t ended with the Obama administration

The Day of Infamy...Lest we forget.

The 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

A Victory For Gun Rights

The House Passes The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

The Concealed Carry Debate Is About To Get Interesting

Will law stand up under challenge? Get ready for some fireworks in both the House and Senate ...

Do you remember when Huma Abedin And Cheryl Mills Lied.........

Why Weren’t they Charged When They Lied To Peter Strzok And The FBI?

Baking a Cake Is Not Constitutionally Protected Speech

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear 60 minutes of speech about when, if at all, making a cake counts as constitutionally protected speech

Obstruction Charges Would Bring 'Constitutional Crisis'

You cannot charge a president with obstruction of justice for exercising his constitutional power.

Bill Filed To End Hush Fund

Bipartisan Bill Filed To End ‘Sorry Your Congressman Groped You’ Hush Fund

Senate Passes Massive Tax Reform Legislation

Senate Republicans passed the measure just hours after having to rewrite the legislation Friday evening.

More fraud in the Family

Hillary Clintons brother involved in $17M cash for green card Scam

What Happened in the Tax Debate?

The Senate GOP’s tax bill reached the floor for discussion and proposed changes.

Deported 5 times: Above the law?

Immigrant deported multiple times found not guilty in fatal shooting of Kathryn Steinle

Americans, Property Rights and the Supreme Court

Once again, the Supreme Court is faced with a case that could vastly change the scope of our property rights as Americans