The only thing certain following the conclusion of the various investigations into the IRS' targeting of conservative charities is this: Americans' distrust of big government in general and the IRS in particular will continue to grow.
Robert Welch gave this classic speech in Chicago on September 17 (Constitution Day), 1961.
The same IRS office that targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status released pending applications from nine such groups to the liberal news source ProPublica late last year, according to a story on the publication's website.
In an e-mail to gun owners, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called for opposition to the United Nation's Arms Trade Treaty.
The Minnesota Senate voted to allow same-sex marriage on May 9, changing the definition of marriage from "between a man and a woman" to a civil contract between two persons.
Family and friends of Lance Corporal Greg Buckley, Jr., murdered in Afghanistan last year, want justice, and also are calling for U.S. troops to come home now.
The Census Bureau's report on the 2012 presidential election revealed some surprising changes in U.S. demographics, delighting some liberals and discouraging some conservatives.
The IRS has issued an apology of sorts after admitting that it targeted tea party, patriot, and other conservative groups for possible tax-exempt violations.
In a letter to Senator Harry Reid, the Department of Justice reported that the FISA court approved every request by the government to place citizens under electronic surveillance.
Tyndale House Bible publishers has won a major victory in its battle to stop the Obama administration's enforcement of the notorious contraception mandate.