More than a week ago, gun-rights activist Adam Kokesh was arrested on charges of possessing illegal drugs while also having a firearm. Now, the libertarian is speaking out, saying the drugs found in his home were not his and were planted.
Within hours of Tom Perez becoming the new Secretary of Labor in a contentious party line vote, top Labor Department officials received an interesting email regarding the transition process. The matter at hand: that all photos of outgoing Secretary Hilda Solis be removed from Labor Department offices stat.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R) has some choice words for President Obama should he push for a federal bailout for Detroit: ”Over my dead body.”
Two Colorado state senators are in the fight of their political lives this September as a result of their support for stricter gun control in the Centennial state.
If you thought that a college education was supposed to prepare you to be a hard-working, engaged employee, think again.
It wasn’t enough that opponents of Texas’ new abortion law protested using tampons, urine and feces in front of the state capitol recently – because if all else fails, sticking pins into a voodoo doll of Gov. Rick Perry can do the trick as well.
‘Nanny State’ Mayor Bloomberg introduces legislation encouraging residents to take stairs instead of elevators
With only a few months left in office, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg seems to be making every last-ditch effort to make sure people start caring about their health, announcing plans Wednesday to introduce legislation before the City Council that would encourage people to take the stairs and not the elevator.
Like other Democrats before her, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) continues to blame the GOP for allowing the interest rates on federal student loans to double earlier this month, arguing that they allowed the interest rates to rise so large corporations can continue to benefit from tax loopholes.