Written by Tom DeWeese
Just a few years ago some American citizens came together to demand change. They were fed up with decades of out of control government growth; confiscation of their hard-earned income through ever-increasing taxes and unending regulations invading every aspect of their lives. Things were racing out ...
Written by Bethany Stotts
The American Center for Law and Justice recently filed its second amended complaint against the U.S., the IRS, and a number of IRS officials. But this is another “phony” scandal, so don’t expect to hear about it in the mainstream media.
Written by SCF
ALEXANDRIA, VA — The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) endorsed Louisville businessman Matt Bevin for U.S. Senate in Kentucky on Friday. Matt Bevin is challenging U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in the Republican primary election on May 20, 2014.
Written by American Dream
47.6 million Americans are about to have their food stamp benefits cut, and most of them have absolutely no idea that it is about to happen. Needless to say, a lot of them are going to be very angry when they discover that they cannot buy as much food for their families anymore.
Written by Doug Ross
Handsome, eloquent, charismatic. Oh, and principled. That's our Mitch McConnell.
A proposal to end the government shutdown and avoid default orchestrated by Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and Democratic Leader Harry Reid includes a $2 billion earmark for a Kentucky project.
Language in a draft of ...
Written by Tom Fitton
Judicial Watch Sues IRS for Tea Party Scandal Records
As I’ve noted here previously, the Obama Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has initiated an unprecedented attack against organizations characterized as “Tea Party-like” or “conservative.”
Written by Tom Fitton
How many people signed up for Obamacare after “the great reveal” last week? Simple question, yes? One that the Obama administration should be able to answer quite easily, given its technical sophistication and unprecedented ability to collect and ...
Written by Brandon Conradis
The 23 House Republicans who have said they're willing to pass a "clean" budget bill and end the shutdown have, on average, received more in contributions from the defense sector, labor unions and the House GOP leadership than their colleagues -- backing that could play a role in their decision to ...
Written by Matthew Vadum
President Obama’s unprecedentedly vicious, carefully choreographed campaign of shutdown sadism is becoming even more thuggish as the fiscal 2014 budget dispute heads into its second week.
But the lawless Obama administration is granting an indulgence to its radical friends who support immigration ...