With the midterm elections just weeks away, the CNN/ORC polls released Sunday show that Republicans are closing in on their opponents in three of the key states that may determine control of the Senate.
The split between the GOP establishment and the "religious right" appears as wide as ever, but there remains one candidate with the ability to unite the Grand Old Party: Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Amid the stench of virtually non-stop scandals and even being in criminal contempt of Congress due to the ongoing Fast and Furious cover-up, Obama’s disgraced Attorney General Eric Holder plans to resign as soon as a replacement is found.
While news coverage of Obama’s appearance at the September 23 UN Climate Summit focused on his speech reiterating the non-stop apocalyptic blathering of global warming catastrophists, little has been reported on his Climate Change executive order issued the same day.
Here’s a thought most of us don’t want to entertain: Could you or I, or a close family member or neighbor, be thrown into jail, publicly branded a criminal, and fined thousands, or even millions of dollars for allegedly violating an obscure federal regulation we didn’t even know about?
For anyone who bothered to properly vet Hillary Clinton during her campaign for New York Senate and for the Democratic presidential nomination, Clinton’s allegiance to radical Chicago organizer Saul Alinsky is not new information.
As President Obama prepared to join more than 100 heads of state at the United Nations’ Climate Change Summit in New York City on September 23, the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), often described as the world’s most influential think tank, was churning out global warming alarmist propaganda at full-tilt speed.
Neel Kashkari is shedding light on just how bad things really are in California as he makes his run to be governor of that state.
In a clearly politically calculated move, the House of Representatives has reportedly placed an amendment into the jobs package that will ban War Powers Resolution actions until after the midterm elections.
Americans across the country are finally awakening to the fact that the federal government does indeed operate outside of its limitations. A case in point is Bruce Ackerman, professor of law and political science at Yale University.