Ky Sisson

Posted December 19, 2014

Flores believes President Obama's attack on family values, his disregard for unborn life, and his careless defense of religious freedom attribute to what he calls a disastrous legacy the American people won't forget.

Posted December 12, 2014

It doesn't take long to realize why Congressman Bill Flores was elected to represent Texas. He oozes the traditional characteristics that make up the Lone Star state. One of six children with a father in the military, he started delivering papers at age 10 and then worked on a ranch in Stratford, Texas. His conservative, blue collar roots have paved the way for his chairmanship of the conservative haven in the House.

Posted December 09, 2014

In one of the most anticipated hearings on Capitol Hill, Jonathan Gruber's testimony before the House Oversight Committee came with party favors.

Posted December 03, 2014

Cable news is broadcasted 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, from multiple locations across the globe. I would estimate over 50 interviews from various locales are conducted on any given day over each cable network (i.e. Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC).

Posted December 02, 2014

Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday are exhausting. Constant "deals" crowd your social media and television screens making you feel obligated to buy something.

Posted November 26, 2014

There's another family grieving the loss of their son today in Ferguson, Missouri.

Posted November 21, 2014

Congressman Darrell Issa (R-Cali.) has been chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee since January 2011, and has been aggressive towards holding officials accountable for the several scandals plaguing the Obama administration including Fast and Furious, the IRS targeting conservatives, and Benghazi.

Posted November 20, 2014

Bumper stickers with the words "Harry Reid Doesn't Represent This Nevadan" flourish on the rear-end of cars throughout the Silver State.

Posted November 17, 2014

A prominent Democratic campaign strategist who worked on President Obama's 2004 Senate campaign and wooed Democrats like Bill Clinton has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to commit honest service wire fraud.

Posted November 14, 2014

The kill switch to any organization is funding. Stop the money, stop the institution.

Posted November 12, 2014

The congressional office of Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) had several items and cash stolen from her Washington D.C. office, according to a police report obtained by Townhall.

Posted November 09, 2014

It's a self-help book unlike any other. It's main purpose: to get you to silence that little voice inside of you that whines and justifies laziness.

Posted November 05, 2014

The Kansas gubernatorial race was a tough fight for the deep red state as many of the polls leading up to Election Day favored Democrat Paul Davis.

Posted November 04, 2014

Doug Ducey is now the Governor-elect of Arizona succeeding Governor Jan Brewer.

Posted November 03, 2014

As of Monday afternoon, the combined spending of both Senator Kay Hagen (D) and challenger Thom Tillis (R) for the North Carolina senate seat is at a whopping $108,051,842.

Posted October 30, 2014

It was a sad day last night in Kansas when the Kansas City Royals lost the World Series in Game 7. Today, the GOP in "The Sunflower State" have something to celebrate as early voting results show positive turnout from Republicans.

Posted October 29, 2014

The fight to withhold a Republican Kansas has puzzled political pundits since the campaign started.

Posted October 28, 2014

"Are you better off than you were four years ago," is the question the Restore the Dream 2014 campaign is asking African-Americans.

Posted October 24, 2014

The Democratic candidate in the Arizona gubernatorial race, Fred DuVal, is having a rough final stretch into Election Day. Earlier this week, The Washington Free-Beacon reported he had a house foreclose. Last week, he announced that he believes it is perfectly acceptable for 14-year-olds to have abortions without parental consent.

Posted October 21, 2014

Recent polls show Kansas finally coming back to its roots. The deep-red state has been worrying the GOP as trailing Republican incumbents struggle to take a lead.