Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) talks to PJM about his new bill to counter provisions that could "tax religiously affiliated schools, hospitals, universities and soup kitchens right out of existence."
It's becoming clear that the MSM shares the hard Left’s taste for authoritarian controls on the freedom of speech.
The area has been in decline for decades. The Great Recession has not helped.
And it's the horrendous economy and the liberty, not Israel.
Closing nine patrol stations signals more lax immigration enforcement from the administration.
The University of Virginia president used to be an articulate critic of affirmative action.
The administration quietly issued a proposal that would place a virtual moratorium over 85 percent of the nation’s offshore areas.
Actor Brad Pitt is not the strong, silent type.
His crackdown on speech has stirred discontent.
“Total and consistent disregard.”
Ted Johnson, the political and legal editor at Variety sits with Lionel Chetwynd to discuss the relationship between Hollywood and public affairs. For all of the influence Hollywood seems to have with the White House and the Democratic party, why does the entertainment industry find itself increasingly regulated? Is the entertainment industry weak, and growing even weaker as a result of government overregulation? Find out on this Poliwood.
It is still a functioning democracy, which is more than we can say about Venezuela and Nicaragua. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
How the EPA is killing the home remodeling industry with their rules governing homes with lead paint.
Democrats groused that the Republican effort is like "Groundhog Day," but Cantor said everyone needed to be on the record post-SCOTUS.
Paraguay funciona todavía como una democracia, que es más de lo que podemos decir de Venezuela o Nicaragua.
PLUS: Celeb anti-frackers to descend on D.C. to demand Congress end the shale extraction technique altogether.
A private space company is pulling up stakes in the once-Golden State and heading for Texas.
The raw numbers show little to no momentum.
Muslims in northern Mali last week moved against their own country’s heritage.
The Republican response: Why do you want to kill small businesses when the economy's still as lame as it is?
"To read now the comments of the correspondents of the New York Times reminds one of Alice in Wonderland."
Did someone say $800 trillion?