Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas
Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.
The Impact of Brexit on U.S. Dividends
The European Union (EU) is the only economic block larger than the United States, but it is not as stable, based on yesterday’s vote by the British people to leave the EU. With the eventual pull out of a key | Read More »
EPA Dodges Accountability for Flint Water Crisis
WASHINGTON—Government failures at the federal, state and local levels that led to toxic water flowing from the faucets in Flint, Michigan, spurred the House Oversight Committee to hold two hearings this week in which the head of the Environmental Protection Agency | Read More »
Sen. Rubio Tries to Win Support from Libertarians for His Presidential Bid
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, told roughly 1,500 attendees at the FreedomFest conference here that his parents’ humble background as American immigrants’ shows that the American Dream remains within reach for those who dedicate themselves to pursue it rather than depend on the government to take care of them.
CEI challenges govt. authority, wins big
Obamacare is only a few weak links away from collapsing.
Poll: Half of GOP voters in Boehner’s district welcome primary challenge to speaker
Boehner faces a disconnect with GOP voters on Syria, Obamacare and federal spending and taxes.
Sweeping immigration reform bill passes Senate
Fourteen Republicans voted in favor of the bill.
Tsarnaev is charged — but not as enemy combatant
Read the criminal complaint.
Fertilizer plant explosion in Texas leaves at least 5 dead, dozens injured
A horrifying explosion devastates a Texas town.
Two explosions heard at Boston Marathon; 2 dead, 100+ wounded
Continuous updates here …
Gun control legislation clears hurdle — with GOP help
Sixteen Republicans vote in favor of a motion to move forward.