In the wake of the Texas church shootings over the weekend, a number of people took to social media to express their shock, horror, and to offer both thoughts and prayers to those affected.
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.