Written by Tom Fitton
Judicial Watch continues to pursue a lawsuit on behalf of a Foreign Service Officer challenging Hillary Clinton's constitutional eligibility to serve as Secretary of State. On November 3rd, we filed a "Notice of Appeal" as a first step in asking the United States Supreme Court to consider the ...
Written by Sultan Knish
Heading into the 2010 elections, the Republican party is best characterized by its schizophrenic structure with a complacent political leadership and a radicalized populist grass roots movement. If the Democracy party acts like it's out of power even when it's in power, the Republican party acts ...
Written by John R. Graham
Congress created Medicaid in 1965, to fund state's health-care programs for low-income residents. The original formula was a minimum 50/50 split between state and federal funding. However, states with more low-income residents were supposed to receive higher federal transfer ...
Written by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Do you think ideas don't matter, that what people believe about themselves and their world has no real consequence? If so, the following will not bug you in the slightest.
Written by Katherine Bradley and Chuck Donovan - Heritage.org
Last April, The Heritage Foundation released a WebMemo titled "The Dirty Dozen: 12 New Policies That Undermine Civil Society." Seven months later, many of these policies being advocated by Congress and the President have moved closer to becoming law.
Written by Frances Rice - NBRA.info
Unfazed by the damage caused to our nation by out-of-control spending, President Barack Obama and the Democrats in the US House of Representatives passed a massive, trillion-dollar government-run healthcare revamp bill.
Written by Loren B. Thompson, Ph.D
The Air Force's plan to conduct an expeditious re-competition of its future tanker program has run into trouble. An initial award was overturned when the Government Accountability Office found major irregularities in the way proposals by Boeing and Northrop Grumman were ...
Written by Tony Perkins
Washington Update, November 9, 2009
As the House adjourns to honor our veterans, most members are headed home after waging their own war over the attempted government takeover of health care. Well into Saturday night the clash over H.R. 3962 had produced a few principled heroes: leaders like Rep. ...
Written by Warner Todd Huston - TheRealityCheck.org
There's not much that union supporters and I can agree upon. But here is one incident where I can wholeheartedly support the aggrieved members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) who have found themselves victims of their own union.