Just as Secretary of State John Kerry signed the controversial U.N. Arms Trade Treaty last week, setting up yet another legislative battle over guns, we interviewed one of the leading women on the issue of gun rights in America.
In an interview with The Daily Caller, author and academic Paul Kengor said establishment media reporters are "dupes" who spout Obama administration propaganda.
Nearly one year after the Benghazi terror attack, questions remain unanswered and the investigation incomplete, says Virginia Republican Rep. Frank Wolf.
John Guandolo, with Operation Restored Warrior (ORW), hit a personal wall of his own in 2006 after serving his country at senior levels of the FBI and as a Marine.
As 32 percent of American adults under 30 claim no religious affiliation, government dependency is increasing.
Committed to successful black entrepreneurship, Harry C. Alford, Jr. has been president of the National Black Chamber of Commerce since 1993.
Louisiana state Sen. Elbert Guillory is a "newly minted Republican."
At 88, legendary conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly is still fighting hard for conservative causes.
Dr. Ben Carson is turning his attention from healing sick people to healing his beloved nation.
Brigitte Gabriel is a survivor of terror who leads a fast-growing grassroots national security organization, ACT! for America.
As immigration reform takes center stage in the House, Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Lou Barletta stands ready to fight a bill like the bipartisan Senate "Gang of Eight" bill, which passed the Senate last week.
Becky Gerritson says she is not a Republican or a Democrat, but rather an independent who has only been active in politics since 2008.
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Former New York lieutenant governor Betsy McCaughey bets "you can't find five members of Congress who have read" the Senate "Gang of Eight" immigration bill.
Documentarian Dennis Michael Lynch says he gave little thought to politics until he watched people jump to their deaths from the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.
Syndicated columnist Diana West says the ultimate conclusion of her new book shocked even her.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy has a prosecutorial demeanor, which is focused on the emerging Obama administration scandals.
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