Becoming an energy superpower is the crux of Governor Bobby Jindal (R-La.) and Congressman Bill Flores (R-Texas) strategy to "cultivate economic growth." Tuesday at The Heritage Foundation, Gov. Jindal released a plan he believes would stand "in direct contrast to the Obama Administration's tired policies of energy scarcity and sluggish growth."
I wonder if the end-all-be-all answer to America's problems in Hillary's mind is, "We need to elect more Democrats." That is exactly what she said in Iowa after she was asked for her stance on President Obama's decision to delay immigration reform until after the election.
The frustration and disappointment in the U.S. government expressed by Diane Foley, the mother of beheaded American journalist, James Foley, is an outcry for the desperate need to defeat ISIS.
The desperate need to secure quality healthcare for America's veterans is more important than ever and the VA finally has some big plans to make it happen.
It seems like President Obama has to deal with one problem after the other. From ISIS, to a border crisis, to vanished IRS emails... the list goes on and on. As Americans wait for something to be done and people to be held accountable, another story steals the spot light and major problems become distant memories.
Whether it is a discount for church-goers or refusing to pay for contraceptives, anything a company freely chooses to do outside of the liberal agenda means trouble. The latest attack is on the nation's largest grocery chain, Kroger. The company believes their employee's safety is a priority and having to enforce a no-gun policy puts them in potential danger. But this does not line up with gun-control fanatics that believe anyone with a gun is a dangerous threat to society.
Burger King is yet another major corporation that has bought a one-way ticket to less taxes and more profit. Why? Well, because the United States is expensive to do business in.
When Speaker John Boehner (R- Ohio) joked about how his busy schedule made him feel like a wind-up toy, his staff decided to give him a little gift.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the 1939 Molotv-Ribbentrop Pact, which divided Europe and helped start the Second World War. The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation wants to remember this infamous day by commemorating August 23 as "Black Ribbon Day" to remember those lost to totalitarian dictatorships.
For the owner of Bailey's Pizza in the small town of Searcy, Arkansas, keeping the Scripture and the sausage separate is something he believes he should not have to do.
Senator John McCain (R- Ariz.) expressed his anger with President Obama's reaction to the beheading of American journalist James Foley and called for a dramatic increase of airstrikes to the region. He believes that this tragic incident should be a "turning point" for the president's strategy in defeating the Islamic terror group.
Governor Jerry Brown of California was challenged by Sacramento mayor, Kevin Johnson and instead of taking on the challenge himself, he volunteered his Welsh corgi, Sutter. Ironically, the bucket of water is poured out and wasted in front of the California Capitol Building with what appears to be a water conservation sign in the background.
President Obama has held more press conferences this year than all of 2013 in light of constant national and international turmoil that has plagued the president's second term. Republicans believe it is due to Obama's record-low approval rating, which according to Real Clear Politics reached an average of 41.8 percent.
If neither Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) nor Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) are allowed to claim victor over the coveted Senate Chamber gavel come election day, Vice President Joe Biden will play tie-breaker.
An estimated $4 million in attack ads mudslinging GOP front-runner, Dan Sullivan have been spent by supporters of Democratic Senator Mark Begich, a ploy Republicans call "meddling" the primary for an easier win in the general election.
With a humanitarian crisis forcing thousands of minority Iraqis to flee from Islamic State forces, American public opinion on the United States involvement in Iraq has shifted.
The White House is reaching out to major companies in an effort to expand the executive power of the President in solving the immigration crisis and rally support for Obama’s go-in alone action on the issue.