109 U.S. House members now demanding that the Attorney General step down over Operation Fast and Furious
In banning the incandescent light bulb, Congress substituted its own judgment for that of the American people.
We are having a national conversation about limiting one side of the conversation.
How committed are Republicans to opposing cap and trade?
Lame-duck legislative sessions are morally bankrupt, but don’t expect them to end any time soon.
In an interview, Rep. King endorses profiling, says that House Republicans are investigating ACORN, and calls on conservatives “to take the culture back.”
Rep. Issa should investigate the Obama administration’s handling of WikiLeaks.
Expect President Obama to stick to his guns.
New food regulations proposed by Democratic congresswoman make no sense.
It is not about going forward or going back. It’s about standing up to big government or bowing down to it.
Maybe we should give politicians intelligence tests.
Two more Republicans will oppose Elena Kagan - USA Today
Scott Brown and Kit Bond will vote against President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee
With so much happening so fast how can employers, insurance agents, consultants, lawyers, or insurance companies keep up with decisions to set strategies, make rational choices, and be legally compliant?
Christine O’Donnell is going on the offensive in her bid for the senate seat vacated by Joe Biden
The U.S. Congress gave final approval to legislation restoring unemployment benefits that were cut off to more than 2.5 million Americans by an election- year fight over whether the cost should be added to the federal deficit
Candidates Rand Paul and Andy Harris say their time in Congress will be limited if elected
If the black Republicans running for Congress find success this November, the Congressional Black Caucus may suddenly become more politically diverse
Meet the man behind the explosive viral ads for gun-totin’ Dale Peterson and ‘gather your armies’ Rick Barber
What’s next? A nuclear Iran?
The FCC’s push to regulate the Internet has only just begun, and their proposals are likely to only get worse. So when the plan’s details come forth today, expect vague and flowery language about promoting competition, innovation, and consumer protection, but don’t be fooled