Marco Rubio knocked what he called the “Obama-Clinton foreign policy” in a well-received, forward-looking appearance at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning.
Former CIA and NSA head Gen. Michael Hayden had some trouble selling himself as a “libertarian” to his CPAC audience.
As fate would have it, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) came to DC on the very day the district legalized marijuana—and celebrated with a 4:20pm debate over drug legalization and a Michelle Malkin film featuring the supposed perils of legalization in Colorado.
CPAC 2015: Conservatives can learn from liberals on millennial outreach, but must stay set apart on policies
Conservatives have a lot to learn from the left when it comes to millennial outreach, but must be careful to make sure that their policies and politics still look different from their liberal opponents, a Conservative Political Action Panel concluded Thursday morning. During the elaborately titled “Reclaiming the American Dream: Millennials Look Toward Their Future” panel, […]
Marijuana has been legal in D.C. since midnight on Thursday—but it’s complicated.
Gov. Chris Christie wants his party to spend its time promoting the middle class, not defending the wealthy.
THE WASHINGTON POST – The Federal Communications Commission approved strict new rules for Internet providers Thursday in a historic vote that represents the government’s most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field.
Will they or won’t they? As Congress awaits Thursday’s FCC vote on net neutrality rules to regulate the internet like a utility, press reports gave off mixed messages about whether Republicans will battle the agency should strict regulations pass.
Billionaire Mark Cuban, fresh off an expletive-laced anti-net neutrality tirade last week, is at it again. This time, he took to Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze TV to divulge his worst-case scenarios should net neutrality rules pass the FCC on Thursday. Cuban told Beck that his greatest fear is the regulatory uncertainty that will face the industry. […]
Hillary Clinton threw her support behind strict net neutrality rules during an appearance at a Silicon Valley conference for women.
While Democrats and media types have taken Rudy Giuliani to task over his assertion that President Obama “doesn’t love America,” but a new poll finds that many Americans actually agree with the former mayor. A HuffPost/YouGov poll asked 1,000 people if they believed that Obama loved his country and it turned out that a lot of people — […]
More heartbreaking civil seizure stories from Michigan: in the first of several dramatic profiles featured by the Detroit Free Press, armed officers raided the home of 72-year-old medical marijuana patient Thomas Williams, handcuffed him on the floor, and turned his home upside down.
More evidence that it’s not just the NSA watching you: at least 11 Florida police forces have been using intrusive “Stringray” tracking devices to record the movements of residents without their knowledge, according to law enforcement records obtained by the ACLU.
Starting Tuesday, pot is legal in Alaska—but with a lot of caveats and confusion.
How would Edward Snowden have accepted the Oscar for “Citizen Four” if he could have been present?
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R., La.) wants to make it easier for combat veterans to obtain EMT licensing and other medical certification, by waiving training requirements for courses they’ve already taken through the military.
The Supreme Court meets the fashion police—on Wednesday, they’re set to rule on Abercrombie & Fitch’s infamous “look policy” for their “models,” and how it should relate to employees’ religious practices.
The majority of Americans do not want the government regulating the internet like a public utility, according to a new survey from the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI)
A new face of the pro-marijuana legalization battle might surprise you. For one, she looks a lot more like your grandmother than the Dude, and for another, she’s a red-blooded Texas Republican. But snowy-haired, 85-year-old Ann Lee is dedicated to the cause of giving Americans the right to legally light up. “It’s just me, I believe in […]
This has not been a good week for Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.