The number of nonessentials on the federal payroll isn't small. A Wall Street Journal review of agencies' shutdown plans found that more than 818,000 dispensable workers would be furloughed. Additionally, the paychecks of these nonessential federal workers aren't small.
In an essay published by Cato, Roger Pilon questions Congress's commitment to constitutional limits on its power.
Senate Republican negotiators are reportedly considering a grand bargain with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to raise the debt limit and reopen the partially closed federal government with no major spending cuts and no significant changes to ObamCare.
Scytl, a Spanish vote-tabulating firm with ties to billionaire globalist George Soros, is expanding its reach into state and local elections in the United States.
The report from the Committee to Protect Journalism confirms the obvious: The mainstream media that helped elect the president is being treated as an enemy.
Under an agreement reached with the Department of the Interior, the state of Utah will reopen five of its national parks on Saturday morning.
“Come on down to southern Utah. The parks are open,” Governor Gary Herbert said after signing the agreement.
There have been so many lies flooding out of Washington lately that’s it’s hard to keep up with them all, much less rebut them. But let’s tackle as many as we can today.
There is much to be learned about the biases of the mainstream media from the things they consider shocking.
The issuing of letters of marque and reprisal would be a constitutional method of bringing to justice those suspected of killing Americans or threatening their lives.
The National Security Agency is working on campuses nationwide to recruit the next generation of agents.