Facebook Giving Money To CPAC A Year After Stifling Conservative News

US | Eric Lieberman
Facebook CEO and chairman Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a session of the APEC CEO Summit, part of the broader Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Lima on November 19, 2016. (Photo credit: RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)

‘There’s a sizable number of Trump voters who are using Facebook’

Why Did Obama Give Big Green Energy Loans To Huge Companies?

Energy | Andrew Follett
Solar Panels (Shutterstock/Lightboxx)

‘Google does not need loan guarantees from the Department of Energy’

Democrats And Republicans Unite To Rescind Last-Minute Obama Election Gambit

Politics | Richard Pollock
President Barack Obama announces Jeh Johnson to be his nominee for secretary of Homeland Security, in Washington

‘We were literally blindsided by this’

Study: $15 Minimum Wage Kills 7 Million Jobs

Business | Robert Donachie
union & labor activists gathered along Varick Street to urge the NY Wage Board on its first ever meeting to seek a $15 per hour minimum wage. (Shutter stock).
'a federally mandated $15 minimum wage would kill around 7 million jobs'

Fed Bureaucrat Unions Sure To Fume Over This Reform Plan For Trump

Politics | Kathryn Watson
Businessman putting money in suit jacket pocket, concept for corruption, bribing

Think tank reports that government must ‘minimize taxpayer costs’

Low Skill Workers And Modest Income Consumers Victims Of Higher Minimum Wage

Opinion | Stephen DeMaura

These harmful policies, while they may sound good on paper, will cost good American jobs, and by the millions.

Orlando Gunman and Wife Exchanged Texts During Attacks

| Ted Goodman
An undated photo from a social media account of Omar Mateen, who Orlando Police have identified as the suspect in the mass shooting at a gay nighclub in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 12, 2016. Omar Mateen via Myspace/Handout via REUTERS
Omar Mateen's wife is under scrutiny from federal investigators

66 Percent Of U.S. Army Not Combat Ready? Army Number 2's Unbelievable Assessment

Military | Anders Hagstrom

‘instabilities are on the rise’

Experts Debunk Obama's 'Social Cost Of CO2' Estimate -- It Might Be Negative!

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Obama pauses for translation during remarks to reporters after meeting with India's Modi in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington

‘The ‘social cost of carbon’ is a very malleable concept’

These Maps Show Europe's CO2 Emissions Are INCREASING While America's Fall

Energy | Andrew Follett
Local resident Kip Parker demonstrates as police escort a lorry to the drill entrance of a site run by Cuadrilla Resources, in the village of Balcombe in southern England September 3, 2013. Caudrilla Resources's site in the village of Balcombe in rural West Sussex has become a focal point for protesters who oppose fracking, a technique the company has pioneered in the search for shale gas in Britain. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)

The EU has spent $1.2 trillion subsidizing green energy.

Think The Cold War Was Bad? Former Intel Chairman Says There Are More Spies In US Now Than Ever

National Security | Jonah Bennett
Former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers speak on stage during the 2015 Concordia Summit at Grand Hyatt New York on October 2, 2015 in New York City. Leigh Vogel/Getty Images.

‘And they’re stealing everything’

Feds Reconsider Effort To Push People Onto Food Stamps

US | Connor D. Wolf
Protesters hold replicas of food stamps (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

‘Persuasive practices constitute coercing or pressuring an individual to apply’

Report: This Is What Republicans Could Do To Save Welfare

Politics | Connor D. Wolf
The Food stamp protesters (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

‘The goals should be to increase self-sufficiency’

Heritage Foundation Releases Proposal To Balance Budget In 7 Years

Politics | Juliegrace Brufke
The United States Capitol dome, (L)currently under scaffolding for upcoming repairs, and Senate chamber (R) are seen on election day in Washington November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

The budget blueprint calls for $1.3 trillion in tax cuts

$15 Minimum Wage Pits The New York Times Against Clinton

Elections | Connor D. Wolf
Bernie Sanders speaks directly to Hillary Clinton. REUTERS/Mike Segar

‘Her minimum-wage proposal is also inconsistent with her larger agenda to increase middle-class wages’

Here's Why EPA Is Likely Criminally Liable For Gold King Mine Blowout

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Yellow waste water that had been held behind a barrier near the abandoned Gold King Mine is seen in the Animas River in Durango, Colorado, in this picture from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department taken August 8, 2015. REUTERS/Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department/Handout

‘Federal officials aren’t immune to criminal prosecution’

Paul Ryan Quotes 'Braveheart,' Says It's Time To 'Unite The Clans'

Politics | Alexa Santry
U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (REUTERS/Gary Cameron)

‘We are one presidency from losing control of the situation’

US Crude Oil Hits European Shores For The 1st Time In 40 Years

Energy | Andrew Follett
- PHOTO TAKEN 17 APR06 - An oil tanker is loaded with crude oil at the Al Basra Oil Terminal (ABOT) located in the Persian Gulf about 34 kms (20 miles) south of the Iraqi city of Basra April 17, 2006. The four-berth terminal is currently undergoing a major renovation to increase the crude oil-loading capacity up to 3 million barrels per day (BPD) and improve reliability and safety. [ABOT is one of Iraq's two operating offshore terminals in the Persian Gulf, the second, Kwahr Abd Allah Oil Terminal, being in serious disrepair and limited to loading small tankers.] Picture taken April 17, 2006. -

Exporting oil will create $38 billion in wealth, reduce the trade deficit by $22 billion and add 300,000 new jobs by 2020

New Global Warming Consensus: 95% Of 'Climate Economists' Want CO2 Tax

Energy | Andrew Follett
People demonstrate during a protest march ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, known as the COP21 summit, along Strasse des 17 Juni in Berlin, Germany November 29, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Survey authors admit they invited 1,103 ‘experts’ to participate in the survey, only 365 responded.

Ben Carson Finally Weighs In On Energy Issues

Energy | Andrew Follett
Ben Carson comments on Oscars boycott. (Photo: Reuters)

Exporting oil alone will boost the U.S. economy $38 billion