Written by JudicialWatch.org
In the latest of numerous legal problems for one of the nation's most corrupt politicians, investigators have determined that the District of Columbia's renowned crack head mayor-now a councilman-illegally steered a bogus $15,000 city contract to his girlfriend and took a cut for himself.
Written by Sultan Knish
America faces two major policy challenges today, Government Reform and the War on Terror. And neither of them are optional. We have to reform government to create a leaner and meaner America, that offers more personal freedoms and much less spending. And we have to fight the internal and external ...
Written by Andrew Cline - FrontPageMag.com
Two events in the past week highlighted yet again the outrageous double standard that the mainstream media and the political Left apply to Sarah Palin.
When it was reported that Sen. John Edwards relied on his wife Elizabeth for advice on everything from public policy to haircuts, it was ...
Written by Brion McClanahan - TenthAmendmentCenter.com
The Roman historian Titus Livius once called Rome "the greatest nation in the world." He wrote those words in a time of moral and political decline, and Livy was hoping by outlining the greatness of the once proud republic, the Roman people would arrest the decline and embrace the principles that ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
With great fanfare, Michelle Obama kicked off a national anti-obesity campaign, which if it goes half as well as her toxic vegetable garden, will be forgotten in a week or two. But the problem is that we do need an anti-obesity campaign, just not against people who enjoy an extra hamburger during ...
Written by Dr. Ron Paul - The Daily Bell
Last week, the House approved another increase in the national debt ceiling. This means the government can borrow $1.9 trillion more to stay afloat and avoid default. It has been little more than a year since the last debt limit increase, and graphs showing the debt limit over time show a steep, ...
Written by Alan Caruba
The most enduring images of the Great Depression from 1929 through to the beginning of World War II for America in 1941 were those of homeless people, hobo camps, and of soup kitchens to feed the hungry.
During the Reagan years, the media was filled with stories of the homeless as if to refute any ...
Written by Tom Fitton
As I mentioned last week, I had the honor of addressing the National Tea Party ConventionFriday, February 5 on the subject of corruption. Judicial Watch was one of the major co-sponsors of the historic event, which gained worldwide media attention, especially the keynote address by Sarah Palin. As ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Witnessing the end of the Kennedy era is a little like seeing the fall of the Berlin Wall. The retirement of self-destructive Kennedy scion, Patrick Kennedy, will now mean that for the first time in a long time, there will be not a Kennedy in the Senate or in the House of Representatives. Patrick ...