Did the Attorney General of the United States commit perjury when he appeared before the House Judiciary Committee two weeks ago? It sure looks like it.

An Illinois high school teacher was reprimanded and docked a day's pay for reminding students that they did not have to answer potentially incriminating drug and alcohol questions on a school survey.

As the Senate awaits a vote on the confirmation of President Obama’s nominee for secretary of labor, Thomas Perez, it is uncertain as to whether strident Republican opposition to the nominee will delay or even prevent a vote in the Democrat-controlled upper house.

On May 31 and June 1, the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) will hold a convention outside St. Louis, Missouri. The meeting features several nationally known speakers on subjects of constitutional importance.

Obama has launched a new attack on the opposition party — using Senator Harry Reid as his proxy — in an effort to target what he views as Republican “obstructionism.”

Copperhead, scheduled for release June 28, is about a peace Democrat in the North who opposes Lincoln's war. Director Ron Maxwell was interviewed by Steve Byas.

A senior editor of The National Interest magazine recommends to Senator Rand Paul that he join the Council on Foreign Relations if he wants to be president.

It appears the White House knew about the IRS scandal long before the news became public. But we’re supposed to believe that no one told President Barack Obama about it.

Senate Republicans are calling upon the Supreme Court to rein in President Obama’s use of recess appointments — appointments made when Congress is not in session — asserting that they are perfect examples of Obama’s “power grab.”

Following efforts by local atheists to stop it, this year's prayer at the Lincoln County High School graduation in Kentucky received a standing ovation.

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