The only Member of Congress also serving as a military chaplain speaks out against the Obama administration and the Pentagon's hostility towards the chaplains serving those serving us all in uniform.
Martha Mary Coakley, recently hired at the liberal Boston law and lobbying firm Foley Hoag, has come out swinging for mandatory Chip-and-PIN systems for debit and credit cards.
Next week, members of the Copyright Royalty Board, three of the most powerful people you have never heard of will decide how to shift millions, heck, billions of dollars from one set of players to another.
There is a move on Capitol Hill to fix the way we maintain America's airports by bringing free-market reforms to the massive transportation bill the Republican leadership is dead-set on passing this summer.
An alliance of free-market conservatives is building support for a bill that would thwart the Obama administration's bid to make foreign computers, servers and data farms subject to Justice Department search and seizure.
The green energy barons have had a good run in the Age of Obama, but Capitol Hill conservatives are mounting their first serious challenge to these charlatans in the new Congress with the PTC Elimination Act filed by Rep. Kenny E. Marchant (R.-Texas).
As Congress gets back to work, Capitol Hill conservatives are anxious about the anxious about the out-in-the-open partnership between retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D.-Nev.) and Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R.-S.C.) to ban web-based gambling.
Gover Norquist, the National Rifle Association board member and leader of Americans for Tax Reform accused by talk show host Glenn Beck of subverting America's national security, told Armed American Radio host Mark Walters he welcomes the NRA investigation Beck claims is underway into his background.
There is great news for listeners of Mark Walters on the Armed American Radio program, who make the three-hour Sunday night show, because Walters launches a new daily power hour on April 6 on many of the Salem Communications stations that now carry the Sunday program.
Capitol Hill conservatives are watching the new chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Protection hosts a March 10 hearing, which is the chairman's first crack at how the Obama Justice Department plans to help the recording industry in its last months in office.
South Carolina Republicans give further evidence that the campaign for the 2016 GOP nomination for president is stabilized into a horse race between the governor of Wisconsin and former Florida governor John E. Jeb Bush, according the Feb. 24-25 Townhall/Gravis poll of 792 Republican voters.
Twenty years after the Clinton administration tried to stop the release of Microsoft's Windows 95, the Obama Justice Department is asserting that the company's Dublin, Ireland data storage hub, or cloud, is part of the United States.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dominates a crowded field of GOP White House contenders with 24 percent of Republicans, but former first lady Hillary R. Clinton shows general election strength head-to-head against Walker and others, according to a Feb. 12-`13 Townhall/Gravis poll of 969 registered Iowa voters.
In his march towards total government control of American lives, President Barack Obama strikes at Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Part D, in his new budget released Feb. 2 for fiscal year 2016.
Less than two weeks after Rep. Renee Ellmers (R.-N.C.) sabotaged the expected passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, 69 percent of North Carolina Republicans aged 18 to 49 support the ban on abortions after 20-weeks asked directly without conditions or nuance in a Townhall/Gravis poll of 782 randomly selected registered GOP voters.
The former governor of Massachusetts leads a large pack of potential Republican presidential nominees in the Jan. 21-22 Townhall/Gravis poll of 831 likely Republican and Independent voters.
After spending millions of dollars to help elect a Republican House and Senate, Capitol Hill sources report Las Vegas gambling mogul Sheldon Adelson received a private briefing with Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee in the second week of January.
The Justice Department is about to put the squeeze on the Standard & Poor's credit rating service for the tune of $1billion, roughly its 2014 profit, and a fine meant to send a message, according to a Jan. 12 report in The New York Times.
Former Massachusetts governor W. Mitt Romney has never left the hearts and minds of Republican voters and he will hold the dominant position in the race for the 2016 presidential nomination until the other candidates spin up their own campaigns, said Doug Kaplan, the managing partner of Gravis Marketing, a Florida-based pollster and call center that executed the poll. The poll carries an error rate of 3 percent.
Capitol Hill conservatives are looking to lock down their first victory of the 114th Congress if the Senate approves the reinvention of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act by Rep. Jeb. Hensarling (R.-Texas), which Jan. 7 passed the House 416 to 5.