Policy and Politics

Chuck Schumer admits Obama health payments violated the Constitution

He admitted the Obama administration violated both the U.S. Constitution and federal criminal statutes.

DOJ let Russian lawyer into U.S. before she met with Trump team

This revelation means it was the Obama Justice Department that enabled her to enter the country without a visa.

Woman is left dangling on border wall after being abandoned by smugglers

A Mexican woman was left dangling on a border wall and had to be rescued by U.S. officials after being abandoned by smugglers.

Why Pat Toomey has become a key voice on GOP health bill

He has defended the bill by standing on the themes that have driven much of his public career: a smaller, leaner government.

Opioids could kill nearly 500,000 Americans in the next decade

Beyond the immeasurable pain to families, the overdoses will cost the U.S. economy hundreds of billions of dollars.

What members of Congress can do

We, the people, need to remember that no one — not our siblings, our spouses, nor our work colleagues — ever agrees with us all the time.

Looks like (Con)Fusion is the culprit

“Specifically, we have learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with Fusion GPS,"

Judge Gives Bowe Bergdahl A Lot Of Bad News

When Sergeant Bergdahl was released by the Taliban he was feted by the Obama administration despite evidence that he was a deserter.

Ranking of the States by Fiscal Condition

Best-Run States Are Low-Tax Republican, Worst-Run Are High-Tax Democratic, Study Finds.

If Ben & Jerry’s is progressive, why won’t it protect its farmworkers?

A record of labor exploitation from the company we expect better from.

Circuit court vacancy coming soon?

Vacancy could be coming from the second-most powerful court in the land, behind the Supreme Court.

A Federal Judge upholds Second Amendment Rights

But The Case Is Heading For The Ninth Circuit

Bills that protect Americans struck down

It is beyond comprehension that most Democrats voted against Kate’s Law and the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act

Giving Them Legal Rights Like Humans Is Absurd

Animal rights groups argue that primates are deserving of legal personhood

As Obamacare erodes......

Uninsured rises by 2 Million this year. That may be a reflection of rising premiums and dwindling choices in the insurance markets.

Chief Justice John Roberts' speech wishing new grads 'betrayal,' 'bad luck' and 'failure'

Roberts tried to solve those problems by delivering an unexpected lesson.

Shocking news from the world of economics

Cash for Clunkers Was a Complete Failure.

Mark Zuckerberg again defends government giving people free money

Does giving someone free money each year really brighten the future and compel people to look for opportunities to invest and grow ?

There may soon be a new US military service — for space

If some members of Congress get their way, US forces may soon be fighting in a brave new frontier.

Washington’s new family-leave law is among the most generous

Washington became the fifth state to mandate that employers pay workers' salaries when they need to take time off for the birth of a child.