This week brought some major political anniversaries.
Again, the lesson for Republicans is that turnout is key.
Once Donna Brazile decided to reveal the inner machinations of the DNC as they related to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, she had to know the organization would return fire
Every time there is a shooting like the horrific church shooting last Sunday, gun control advocates immediately call for more gun laws.
Former President Bill Clinton took to the podium at Georgetown University, his alma mater (Class of ‘68), to badmouth political adversary President Trump for badmouthing political adversaries.
Let’s also save a prayer today for Sen. Rand Paul.
High-ranking Democrats and media liberals are turning on former DNC chair Donna Brazile over the excepts from her upcoming book...
At this point, is there anything we could learn about Hillary Clinton’s underhanded ways of going around the law and the accepted rules of conduct that would surprise us?
Yesterday, Congressional Republicans unveiled their new tax plan, the first major tax reform since the 1980s. And in response, Congressional Democrats hauled out the same greatest hits they’ve been replaying since at least the 1980s.
Supporters of Planned Parenthood get their backs up...
The Senate has confirmed Trump judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett to a seat on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.
Monday, the judge in the bribery trial of Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey denied a defense motion to declare a mistrial.
Under President Obama, who set a new presidential record for anemic GDP growth, we were lectured that low growth was the “new normal,” and we just had to get used to it.
The news here isn’t really that the IRS targeted 501(c)4 groups for their political affiliation --- we’ve been aware for a long time of their efforts to do that --- but that, as part of a settlement between the DOJ and Tea Party groups,
In 1981, President Reagan introduced a program called the Historic Tax Credit to provide tax relief to those working to restore historic buildings.
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake just became the latest Republican to announce his retirement from the Senate, after only one term.
The National Science Foundation has given a $175,000 grant to Purdue University for...
Liberals have played the race card so many times against President Trump that the ink has worn off of it.
Former President Jimmy Carter gave a wide-ranging interview to the New York Times
How about starting off the week with a little good news?
Don’t know whether this is a coincidence or the universe saying “Boo” to frighten anyone who cares about America’s fiscal health
Turns out he misremembered or something, and at the dedication where Rep. Frederica Wilson spoke, she spoke about how she got the building named, not the funding.
Another Gold Star family member also vouched for Trump’s concern and compassion for the families of fallen soldiers...
There are certain moments in history when people allow themselves to get so swept up in current passions that they lose sight of what's really important.