Policy and Politics

Van Jones: Clinton campaign took $1 billion and ‘set it on fire'

“That wasn’t a campaign. It was a boondoggle.”

Can you obstruct a Fraud?

On March 30, 2017, by his own account, then-FBI director Comey told President Donald Trump that Trump himself was not under investigation

These Three Americans Are Still Imprisoned In North Korea

Less is known about these three prisoners than Warmbier, whose friends and family have helped shed some light.

2 Cases Threaten to Shut Down Public Prayer

Why the Supreme Court May Need to Act.

IRS Warns On 'New Twist' To Old Phone Scams

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that scammers are taking a break. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a warning.

How can we fix Big Pharma?

There is a simple fix to this, tailor regulations on the pharmaceutical industry with a simple, Reaganesque approach: Trust, but verify.

Swamp Fights Back......

Mueller Hires Clinton Foundation Lawyer for Russia Probe

When Speech Inspires Violence, Protect Liberty While Restoring Virtue

Freedom carries responsibility, and that includes respecting fundamental humanity and individual dignity of even your greatest foes.

Confidence in a growing U.S. economy

Fed raises rates, unveils balance sheet cuts in sign of confidence.

Draining the Dodd Frank Swamp

The House just passed the Financial CHOICE Act, which enacts major reforms to the Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law by President Obama in 2010.

Violating the First Amendment

High School Punishes Student for Satirical Campaign Speech

Flag Day: What is it and why do we celebrate it?

Look out for the red, white, and blue this week as the United States celebrates Flag Day. Here's what you should know.

Inside the Rise of Latin America’s ‘Gangster Warlords’

These are groups whose power is based on violence led by psychopathic individuals who prey on weak govt.

Dennis Rodman heading to North Korea

The NBA Hall of Famer previously visited North Korea in 2013 and 2014.

Congress should support the bipartisan 'U.S. Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act'

There’s a bipartisan consensus that Congress needs to do more.

Malware discovered that could threaten electrical grid

A new malware variant capable of knocking out networks that run power grids around the globe has been discovered.

Florida governor signs strengthened 'stand your ground' bill into law

The previous version of Florida's law, signed in 2005, required defendants to prove that they had used force in self defense.

Pelosi and her "senior moments"

Pelosi's aide came to her assistance, passing her a note alerting her to the slip-up she's made many times before.

30 Years Ago, the Berlin Wall Began to Crumble

We Honor the Victims of Communism.

Top Republican seeks action to steady insurance market

Brady, who issued Thursday's call to action, is one of the main authors of the House GOP health care bill.