The horrific shooting at a Texas church on Sunday has, almost immediately, become a political argument over gun rights. We have been here before -- regrettably, far too often.
The GOP finally pulled the wraps off its tax cut proposal this week and it contains a number of surprises.
The Supreme Court recently heard arguments on a case that could decide whether gerrymandered congressional districts are unconstitutional.
There have been rumors, blog posts, YouTube videos, and much more circulating a rumor that Antifa, the leftwing group that doesn't like anybody, has planned a massive, hyper-violent day of protest on November 4th.
While the rest of official Washington's attention was focused elsewhere, the House of Representatives passed two bills that will go a long way to cleaning up some of the rot left behind by the Obama administration. Our friends at the Competitive Enterprise Institute write:
A very busy day in Washington as special counsel Robert Mueller's office handed down two indictments related to its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The big news is confirmation of something people long suspected: that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid for
It's a rare day when a leading player from inside the liberal media bubble comes out and admits bias is a real, living thing.