Real pictures of military and police locking down Boston and searching door-to-door for the Boston bomber in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he can’t understand why the tea party remains popular, given its similarity to the anarchist movement and its steadfast opposition to the “inherently good” government.
When Eric Dishman was in college, doctors told him he had 2 to 3 years to live. That was a long time ago.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Tex.), chairman of the Financial Services Committee, has told Richard Cordray not to bother. This is part of the recent evidence that government is getting some adult supervision.
Expanding background checks for gun purchases can still happen, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) told “Fox News Sunday.”
A Senate committee today backed sweeping privacy protections requiring the government, for the first time, to get a probable-cause warrant to obtain e-mail and other content stored in the cloud.
It took a while but the Feds finally came clean to having prior knowledge of deceased bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. They also had his mother on a terrorist watch list.
DHS officials claim it is “simply not true” that agency is hoarding bullets
Don Draper, Mad Men's master advertiser likes to say "when you don't like what they are saying, change the conversation."
In the U.S., how the government approaches drugs has very little to do with science. The War on Drugs has put the focus on incarceration and enforcement, not on the public health aspects of addiction.
The controversial predator will lose federal protection in the lower 48 states.
Administration Brochure Touts Food Stamp Benefits for Foreigners It was recently discovered that the Obama Administration has been working jointly with the Mexican government to inform that country's illegal migrants to the United States of their
Andrew Napolitano on some earlier examples
For first time in 17 years most Americans reject government crack down
The government's fidelity to the Constitution is never more tested than in a time of crisis. The urge to do something – or to appear to be doing something – is nearly irresistible to those whom we have employed to protect our freedom and to keep us s
When you’ve got a guy like Senator John McCain who says “The battlefield is the United States of America,” it tells you that almost nothing is safe in the Land of the Free.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Tuesday introduced a bill that would require background checks to be run on anyone buying explosive powder, a reaction to last week’s Boston Marathon bombing.
The White House today endorsed the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would be a tax hike for purchases made over the Internet. The White House claims the tax would “level playing field for local retailers.”
Director of MIT Energy Initiative would replace Steven Chu in cabinet post
The days of tax-free online shopping could finally be numbered.
This week, the Senate is considering a bill that would give states the ability to require large Internet retailers like Amazon to collect sales taxes on all purchases and send the revenue to the appropriate locality.
E-commerce giant eBay is pulling its customers into its fight against legislation that would allow states to collect sales tax on online transactions, warning that the measure will lead to higher prices.
“Amnesty” is the swear word many conservatives apply to the new bipartisan immigration bill.
The Missouri House of Representatives passed a nullification bill April 28 prohibiting the enforcement of federal gun grabs within the sovereign borders of the Show Me State.
People call into CSPAN concerned that a possible false flag attack was perpetrated at the Boston Marathon.
In this post, I will look at various aspects of social life in the Middle Ages. These include arts and letters, serfdom, women in society, religious tolerance, and finally, some additional aspects of the role of the king.
What in the world is happening to America? Over the past couple of decades, the federal government has used just about every major national tragedy as an excuse to take even more liberty and freedom away from us.
A brief chat with Professor Gerard Casey of University College, Dublin, about the history of stateless Ireland.
Victories often contain the seeds of future defeats. So it is — or at least should be — with the Senate’s morally reprehensible rejection of expanded background checks for gun buyers.
Louis James: Doug, a lot of our readers have asked about getting a second passport. I realize this is a large and complex issue – several issues, actually – but would you care to go over the basics of where to go and what to do?