Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) studied a blend of politics and economics at his Ohio alma mater and he has continually made this fusion a priority in Washington.
Ruled out not on merit, but on legal procedure.
Actors in the political arena often wield the buzz term “income inequality” to describe how the system can be unfair for hard working Americans.
Nobody cares about Hillary Clinton’s book Hard Choices, comedian Jon Stewart stated on “The Daily Show” Tuesday.
Gun owners in the United States are just as likely to have children under the age of 18 residing in their home as are their unarmed counterparts, a recent Pew Research Center survey showed.
America’s oldest family owned and operated gun manufacturing company O.F. Mossberg & Sons, has its eye on Texas.
One word can make all the difference when it comes to definitions. Exhibit A: exchange the words “husband and wife” for a more inclusive term, and you have the phrase “I now pronounce you spouses.”
Americans have had enough.
Today marks the sixty-eight birthday of America's 43rd president, George W.
And the winner is...
Americans side with SCOTUS
The Boulder County Clerk’s office has until noon Tuesday to stop issuing invalid gay marriage licenses, according to Colorado’s Attorney General.
White House flashback: the HHS mandate is "lawful and essential to women's health."
President Barack Obama is planning to ask Congress for more than $2 billion in emergency funds in order to address the growing border patrol problem and to expedite the deportation of illegal immigrant children being held in shelters in the United States.
Now here is something you don't see every day from a Hollywood starlet.
Parents with school-aged children have a growing disdain for the Common Core State Standards, a new Rasmussen report found.
Police may not search the contents of an arrested citizen’s cellphone without a warrant, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday in Riley v. California.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) slammed the White House Tuesday morning for completely failing to assist or even co-operate with the IRS scandal investigation.
Principals in Hawaii anticipate their students’ math and reading test scores to nose-dive in the coming academic year, largely as a result of implementing Common Core State Standards.
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