November 19, 2017 | In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Rather than fight and take a stand, 108 Democrats turned tail and ran away Thursday from the battle over a criminal contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder, walking out of the House chamber rather than vote. That left 17...
In what will undoubtedly be viewed as a major victory by the Obama administration, the U..S. Supreme Court, in a landmark 5-4 decision, upheld Obamacare's controversial individual mandate that requires all Americans to purchase or have health insurance. Some legal...
The Supreme Court today made it legal to lie about military service and even to claim winning the Congressional Medal of Honor. Bragging about exploits that didn't exist, the court said, is bragging but not illegal. The court struck down The...
Critics say Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky abandoned his state and local rights philosophy by offering a series amendments to a District of Columbia local spending bill that would dictate policy on guns, abortions and unions. The amendments forced supporters...
Washington insiders warned Newly-elected President Barack Obama in late 2008 that selecting scandal-tinted prosecutor Eric Holder as Attorney General could have consequences. Many questioned Holder's role, as assistant attorney general, in President Bill Clinton's last-minute and controversial pardon of fugitive...
An increasing number of Democrats are not only running for election or re-election this year. They are running away from their own party and an incumbent Democratic President. Democratic National Committee officials fret over the alarming number of Democratic incumbents skipping...
Republicans in the House of Representatives, set to vote Thursday on a contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder, say the battle is about Presidential abuse of power and lying to Congress. Of course, many of these same Republicans sat...
Sources close to supporters of Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. say the "medical leave of absence for treatment of exhaustion" announced Monday is a cover story for a history of substance abuse by the son of civil right leader...
Condoleezza Rice, George W. Bush's Secretary of State, unloaded on President Barack Obama at a Republican shindig Monday night, knocking his actions on immigration while delivering strong praise for presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney. Speaking to a party fundraiser at...
    Both sides of the polarizing immigration issue claimed victory Monday after a split Supreme Court gutted parts of Arizona's controversial law but left in place the most onerous part -- the right of police to stop those they suspect...