In a recent article, NARAL Pro-Choice America released a poll making the startling claim that nearly 70 percent of registered voters say the government should not restrict access to abortion.
The estate tax, or “death tax,” has been a historical grievance for many American families. Its roots go back to the short-lived stamp tax (1797-1802), and includes the 1862 Revenue Act and 1898 War Revenues Act.
One of the critical rules of warfare is to never let the enemy know your plans of how, when and where you will respond.
It’s time for the U.S. government to sell its ownership stake in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two giant mortgage funders, and let them sink or swim by themselves.
The Islamic State (usually called ISIS) and the other advocates of Shariah law are growing rapidly, along with their zeal to eradicate or convert all “infidels.”
President Obama has been taking a lot of heat for acknowledging he doesn’t “have a strategy yet” for dealing with the jihadis butchering Iraqis, Syrians, Christians, Kurds and Yazidis.
A plan to build a Godzilla-class wind-power facility on Maryland’s Eastern Shore overlooking the majestic Chesapeake Bay is encountering fierce turbulence.
Nearly everyone agrees there’s a dark and smoky suburb across the River Styx reserved for child predators, but occasionally one of them shows up on somebody’s payroll, even the government’s.
There may be some good to come yet from the unfortunate events in Ferguson, Mo. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday about the perils of militarizing law enforcement.
Amnesty for millions of illegals — just not right now. That’s the cry to President Obama of desperate incumbent Democratic senators in red and purple states.
About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced — and some have been proved correct.
For nearly two months, the Islamic State has been jockeying for control over the global jihad movement.
A court decision issued last month about same-sex marriage received almost no news coverage in the United States, yet the decision could have significant implications when the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether the Constitution requires it.
The jobs picture remains grim thanks to the administration’s jobs-killing policies.
The rosy picture painted by proponents of government-owned broadband, like President Obama’s Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, couldn’t be more misleading.