Americans are anything but ecstatic about the work being done on Capitol Hill. Congress’s overall job approval rating is at only 15 percent, the lowest in March of any midterm year, according to Gallup.
Koch brothers. Need I say more?
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) compared the state of the Republican Party to one of his Irish family reunions, full of backbiting and discord.
Warren Buffet, the fourth richest person in the world, is handing over millions of dollar to help pay for abortions, according to IRS documents.
Construction worker Frank Selicchia combed the wreckage of the Twin Towers two days after Sept. 11 for survivors—instead, he uncovered a cross-shaped steel beam.
Democrat Governor Jerry Brown opposed marijuana legalization during an interview on Meet the Press Sunday. By advertising and codifying the drug, Brown feared its acceptance and use could lead to a less alert and less competitive population.
When customers at the Florida restaurant chain Gator’s Dockside get their tab they might find an unexpected deduction—a 1% Obamacare surcharge.
Does this make you want to get moving?
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) has vetoed a bill that would have provided business owners legal grounds to deny service to the LGBT community when it collided with their sincere religious beliefs. Senate Bill 1062 amended the state Religious Freedom Restoration Act to clarify that it extended to “any individual, association, partnership, corporation, church, religious assembly or institution or other business organization.”
Obamacare horror stories of premiums skyrocketing and cancer patients being kicked off their insurance are all lies being crafted and circulated by the Koch Brothers, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) claimed Wednesday.
President Obama enchanted young voters with the prospects of "hope and change," however, a study by the Young America’s Foundation revealed the outlook for Millennials has only grown bleaker under the current administration.
The Arizona Legislature passed a bill that would amend the definition of religious freedom and provide a wider birth of protection for entities that seek to deny service because of a moral conviction.
Americans voted Iran their least favorite nation for ten years running—now suddenly the tides have turned.
Meet the two “most refreshing things on ice” Coca-Cola and former-Olympian Michelle Kwan. The only problem? Kwan also sits on President Obama’s public health panel, a combination which the Center for Science in the Public Interest claimed sends very mixed signals.
Georgians may soon be allowed to maintain possession of concealed carry weapons in bars, places of worship and government offices which do not require security checks. Schools would also be free under the legislation to decided whether or not to allow teachers and employees to carry guns at work.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are joining forces to curtail an overbearing labeling regulation mandated by Obamacare.
Barack Obama’s presidency firsts include becoming the first black president and being the first president native to Hawaii. While in office he has been both innovative and progressive. However, Oxford University history professor Margaret MacMillan postulated Obama may, perhaps, be a man who promised too much.
America’s Founding Fathers fiercely held to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness—values which Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) claimed align seamlessly with Obamacare.
A federal judge ruled the same-sex marriage bans enshrined in the Virginia Constitution and Code are unconstitutional, directly violating both the Due Process Clause and the the Equal Protection Clause of Fourteenth Amendment.
More than two million people marry in the United States every year, making it one of the highest ranked countries for unions internationally. From Feb. 7 to 14, the U.S. celebrated its fourth annual National Marriage Week.
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