Don't allow big government to take over free market system, Italian journalist Matteo Borghi warns in his new e-book, "Italy, Where Dems' Dreams Die: How Big Government Pauperized A Prosperous Country."
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The United States Department of Agriculture has awarded more than $52 million in grants to boost local and organic farmers, in part so consumers have better access to sustainable and healthier food, the agency announced Monday.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Citizens United is the worst ruling issued by this Supreme Court, and the first decision she would overrule given the chance.
Strict laws must be put in place to combat New York City's massive tobacco smuggling problem, former Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives Assistant Director Rich Marianos told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Nearly one in four Americans of prime working age are not working, even as the president boasts of falling unemployment numbers and other indicators show economic growth.
The federal government agreed to pay the Navajo Nation $554 million in a settlement -- the largest sum ever paid to a tribe in such a case -- following half a century of complaints that the feds mismanaged the tribe's land and resources.
Photos taken on federal wild land must now be approved by the U.S. Forest Service, and anyone who wishes to take photos or film commercially must be granted a $1,500 permit by the Service, or face a fine up to $1,000.
Philadelphia will now begin funding its public school system with a new cigarette tax signed into law Wednesday by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett.
Republicans Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Utah Sen. Mike Lee are pushing for a broad reform of the tax code, which they say punishes families, businesses and the working poor.
Grover Norquist defended Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's extensive tax cuts Monday, which critics say are responsible for the state's current economic woes.
Environmental activists fear what a Republican Congress could do to the Environmental Protection Agency's regulations across the country.
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions defended Americans demanding better enforcement of immigration laws, and derided those who demean them.
The Army is looking for women willing to maybe have the chance to complete its notoriously grueling Ranger School training course, which would give them the right to wear the Ranger badge, but would not allow them to serve as an Army Ranger in any capacity.
New York City councilman and State Assembly shoo-in Charles Barron has reiterated his admiration of dictators and said he hopes to host one of them -- Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe -- in the states ... again.
Vermont Senator and potential 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders recorded a folk album in 1987, and it's pretty special.
Although a federal judge ruled Washington D.C.'s concealed carry ban unconstitutional, the vast majority of D.C. residents will still be banned from taking a gun outside their home.
Democrats have reportedly lost confidence in Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and are concerned she's putting her personal ambition above the needs of the party.
The House voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill to audit the Federal Reserve Wednesday (333-92).
California Sen. Barbara Boxer was absolutely shocked Wednesday that senators would aim angry comments at Secretary of State John Kerry, while he was testifying before committee about the U.S. strategy for dealing with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).