Three American medical workers, including a doctor, were shot and killed by an Afghan police security guard at a Kabul, Afghanistan, hospital on April 24.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a bill the National Rifle Association has called "the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent history" and critics have labeled the "'guns everywhere' bill."
The Supreme Court ruled that Michigan voters were free to ban affirmative action since the U.S. Constitution did not prohibit them from doing so.
Claims are made continually by the self-styled “environmentalist” movement that to “protect” the environment and the air, bigger and more centralized government must continue to attack free markets and the productive sector of the economy.
The Missouri legislature’s progress on protecting the right of its citizens to keep and bear arms has hit a roadblock.
An April 9 report by Martin Gilens, a professor of politics at Princeton University, and Benjamin Page, a political science professor at Northwestern University, finds that the majority does not rule in the United States.
The IRS and several other federal agencies have recently contracted to take possession of license plate tracking technology.
Al-Qaeda's number two leader recently told a gathering of terrorists in Yemen that they must "eliminate the cross."
Income inequality has long been one of the liberals' favorite issues. So there is nothing surprising about its being pushed hard this election year.
You’re free in Sweden to be critical of immigration, those in power, or people identifying as “LBGT” — at least within the confines of your mind.
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