During an online appearance at SXSW, Edward Snowden said he would "absolutely" do it all again.
As lawmakers complained about Obama's usurpation of congressional power, the White House was releasing a video again boasting of the president’s rule by decree.
Congress is spending money at such a rapid rate that it has been forced to repeatedly revisit increasing the U.S. debt limit. Now it is simply suspending the limit, letting itself binge.
A Texas state employment commission has taken up a religious discrimination charge against Fox Sports for its 2013 firing of commentator Craig James over comments he made about homosexuality and same-sex "marriage" a year earlier during his U.S. Senate run.
Many activists have asked me where I stand on the Article V Convention of the States effort. So here are a few thoughts.
The day after he won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll of potential GOP presidential candidates, with a 3-1 lead over his nearest rival, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said a clear focus on the issue of privacy in the midst of America's growing surveillance state is necessary if the Republican Party is going to grow and win elections again.
Colorado Senator Mark Udall charged in a March 4 letter to President Obama that the CIA has engaged in “unprecedented action against” the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, actions which the Colorado Democrat found “to be incredibly troubling for the Committee's oversight responsibilities and for our democracy.”
Senator John McCain yesterday accused Senator Ted Cruz of having "crossed a line" when the Texas Republican claimed that the GOP's most recent losing presidential candidates — Bob Dole, McCain, and Mitt Romney — "don't stand for principle."
Many Republican leaders and conservative activists at Friday’s session of the annual CPAC conference focused on social issues.
The 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) commenced on March 6 at National Harbor, Maryland, with Texas Senator Ted Cruz kicking off the annual gathering of leaders proclaiming themselves to be political “conservatives.”