Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) delivered the official Republican response to the President’s State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, pushing individual empowerment instead of increased government control.
Justice Scalia implies the president is “self-interested,” hammers Obama attorney on recess appointments
Let’s hope the Supreme Court delivers a strong message that the President cannot change the clear meaning of the Constitution by disregarding it.
Democrats invited organizations with suspected terrorist ties, Iranian connections to testify before Congress
Three Democratic representatives are finding themselves the target of public outrage over the experts selected by them to brief Congress regarding the effects of drone strikes in Yemen — experts with terrorist ties and Iranian connections.
As a result of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s electoral domination, a growing chorus within the media and GOP establishment expresses confidence that he could lead the Republican Party to national victory as its presidential nominee. Once the euphoria fades, however, a review of precedent suggests otherwise.
The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) alerts in its latest study of teacher preparation programs that “Many in the field…have rejected any notion that its role is to train then next generation of teachers.”
Earlier this week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced legislation in the Senate that would make the interest rate for federal student loans the same as it is for banks and large corporations. Yet the bill, her first since becoming the Bay State’s senior senator in January, will do more harm than good to the students she claims to cherish, while enriching only a select few at their expense.
Santorum at CPAC: President Obama Seeks to Exchange the ‘Why’ of the American Revolution for the ‘Why’ of the French Revolution
Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) delivered a somber, philosophical address to CPAC attendees Friday morning, covering everything from Hollywood to the French Revolution to President Obama’s “New Deal” as he reflected upon current American culture. His most damning remarks were saved for President Obama as he claimed Obama wished to “exchange the why of the American Revolution for the why of the French revolution.
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) delivered a withering rebuke of several Obama administration officials’ response to the Benghazi embassy attacks, during a Friday morning speech at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference. Senator Ayotte called UN Ambassador Susan Rice’s reaction “false,” telling the audience, “there is always a temptation to rationalize and discount evil.”