Policy and Politics

Toxic connection: North Korea's chemical weapons link to Syria

The incidents outlined in the U.N. report are not the first time ships containing North Korean arms have been intercepted en route to Syria.

Obama Admin Hid Intel on Iranian Militants in Syria to Push Nuclear Deal

Congressional leaders are calling for an investigation into Iran.

Thank God he was carrying

Thank God he had a conceal carry permit. If not, they would likely have been holding a press conference about a tragic ending for the judge.

Congress Quietly Passed A Bill Allowing Warrantless Searches of Homes

This clearly goes against the Fourth Amendment, which states that Americans’ rights “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers...........

NYC Calorie Count Law Heads to Federal Court

The FDA entered the legal fray earlier this month after filing papers in support of the restaurant and convenience store organizations.

Divided lawmakers try to navigate Obamacare fixes

A bipartisan Senate health panel is set to meet on Obamacare in September,.

Lawyers to Harvey victims: File insurance claims before law changes

Starting Sept. 1, House Bill 1774 becomes law in Texas, a measure that advocates for insurance companies,

Abused Dogs and Cats Now Have Justice

A Connecticut law which took effect almost a year ago, is being watched closely by lawmakers, legal scholars and animal activists.

Muslim Reformer joins Christians in suing SPLC

Muslim Reformer joins Christians in suing Far-Left Terror-Linked Organization for 'Hate' Defamation.

Get ready for Kasich and Hickenlooper in 2020?

Their duet is part of an alliance that’s gaining momentum toward a possible joint independent bid for president.

Kim Jong Un has reportedly hired ex-KGB bodyguards

Kim has a history of going to extreme measures to shore up his reign over North Korea.

First Grader interrogated for “Pronoun Mishap"

The first grader was interrorgated to determine whether or not she had bullied the transgender child by calling him by his original name.

Trump pardons ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio over federal conviction

Arpaio became a nationally known political figure over the past dozen years as he took aggressive action to arrest immigrants in the country

Here's How Many Bernie Sanders Supporters Ultimately Voted GOP

More than 1 in 10 of those who voted in the primaries for Sanders ended up voting for the Republicans in the general election,

George Soros Floods Local DA Races With $1.7M in Philadelphia

GOP opponent of Soros-backed candidate: 'Role of DA's office is not to conduct a grand social experiment'

Hot Air from Al Gore

The left is missing a golden opportunity to bask in the success of Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize.

U.S. solar energy grid braces for solar eclipse event

For those 1.4 million households in the U.S. that do rely on solar energy and have a solar system installed, there will be a slight drop off

China demands U.S. immediately withdraw N. Korea sanctions

Despite China’s opposition to unilateral sanctions,it has not hesitated to punish countries through trade.

These Regulations Make a Strong Case for Tax Reform

Obama-era regulations that trap U.S. businesses and force them to pay globally high tax rates should be removed.

Appeals court refuses to reinstate Bremerton coach who prayed after games

The panel found Joseph Kennedy “took advantage of his position to press his particular views upon "impressionable and captive minds.”