As many college graduates struggle to pay back their student loans, the United States government is raking in the cash — nearly $51 billion of it.
Americans like their guns – and believe that they should have a right to own them.
Even with the media mocking his every impression, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is having a pretty good week – considering he’s completely unconvinced that the Obama Administration is in some part responsible for the three scandals that have engulfed Washington, D.C. over the past few weeks.
Maryland gun owners got a dose of bad news on Thursday, when Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley signed into law some of the country’s harshest gun control laws.
One of the year’s strangest news stories just got stranger, as the man known on the Internet as “Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker” has just been charged with murder.
It’s not difficult to detect a liberal bias in higher education, and the list of year’s commencement speakers at top universities only serves to illustrate that point further.
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Steven Miller claimed that the IRS’s improper targeting of conservative organizations was “not illegal” during his testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee Friday.
POLITICO — You have your Jon Stewarts and Bill Mahers on the left, but what about the world of conservative comedy.
THE HILL — A bipartisan group of House lawmakers have introduced legislation that would require federal agencies to obtain a court order before seizing telephone records.
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TODAY — It’s the before-and-after makeover heard around the world.
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WALL STREET JOURNAL — Washington state released draft rules Thursday for how it will regulate its marijuana industry as the state readies for legal recreational pot sales to begin in early 2014.
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ABC NEWS — The Internal Revenue Service official in charge of the tax-exempt organizations at the time when the unit targeted tea party groups now runs the IRS office responsible for the health care legislation.
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Former presidential candidate Ron Paul is riling up his loyal fan base to protest the ‘Gang of Eight’ bill.
Although the panel was filled with smart, independent conservative women, Thursday night’s “Lean In” panelists couldn’t come to a consensus about whether Sheryl Sandberg’s controversial book was good advice for women, or just another dusty book to add to their bookshelf.
There are many reasons why Thomas Perez shouldn’t be confirmed as Labor Secretary, but the most pressing one is that his plan to raise the national minimum wage will cost America’s youth critical jobs.
For the second time this week, President Obama had a joint press conference with a European leader overshadowed by his administration’s scandals.
House Republicans voted for the 37th time to repeal President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, Thursday evening.