White House has stronger, more secure facilities than Capitol Hill for assessing raw intelligence
The United States has an important role to play counterbalancing Chinese influence in Djibouti.
Wars have been fought and won to ensure that students and faculty can celebrate “multiculturalism” and “inclusiveness”
Living in the United States means respecting the ability of all citizens to speak freely and having the right to be heard.
Islamists ‘use our laws, our customs to change who we are’
The espionage community has the weakest protections for responsible whistleblowers of any agency.
Without any precondition, jihadists were welcomed into America’s coalition for the first time.
Geller held a cartoon contest and they portray her as a monster. Something isn’t quite right here.
John Conyers likely to win his 25th consecutive term in Congress
Fueled by last-minute tea party endorsements, Clark Durant hopes to beat Pete Hoekstra for chance at Sen. Stabenow’s seat
A tea party challenger must win the US Senate race in Michigan.
Today marks the 1,000th day since Senate Democrats passed a budget.
Despite previously opposing ‘right to work’ legislation, Hoekstra now says that he would support it as senator
Michigan’s former U.S. Rep. Hoekstra close to Teamsters’ Hoffa, Jr.
The president can prove that he’s serious about education reform by backing the D.C. voucher program.
Let’s reduce the federal government’s involvement in our nation’s schools and empower parents and teachers.
Competitive primaries are held tomorrow for the GOP nomination for governor in Michigan and for the GOP Senate nomination in Kansas
The White House has promised nine new electric battery plants to come from $2.4 billion in Recovery Act funds
Pete Hoekstra: Swamp the state legislatures - The Daily Caller
In one tweet, Hoekstra wrote, ‘Switchboards clogged or turned off in DC. Problem? NO Opportunity! Call every state elected D and tell them how furious you are!’ In another, he tweets, ‘MAKE IT LOCAL’
Intel bill passes after torture provision slashed - The Daily Caller
The House passed the Intelligence bill on Friday afternoon with 235 voting yes to 168 voting no, after Democrats pulled the bill Thursday night