Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
Saying ‘no’ to undocumented kids lands town in hot water
One small Virginia town is the target of a racial discrimination complaint.
The Uber Effect: Why cab companies hate ridesharing
“The future is Uber and Lyft. In the end, they’ll win out.”
Obama stands aloof from America’s four foreign policy traditions
Obama’s actions against the Islamic State, however limited, and his support for the Dodd-Frank Act, which props up the big banks, are in the same spirit.
Netanyahu at the UN: ‘ISIS and Hamas are branches of the same poisonous tree’
Rules for Radicals prove useful to the enemies of civilization.
Joni Ernst’s Iowa campaign makes quick work of the ‘war on women’
Ernst is ready to become Iowa’s first elected a woman to a federal office or governorship.
Government employees and politicians get special status from TSA
Ed Gillespie talks senate challenge in Virginia
The Republican has launched a campaign against heavily favored incumbent Democrat Mark Warner.
Goodman: Dr. Carson has experience, character for White House residency
Fellow surgeon talks to Human Events about the Dr. Ben Carson he knows.
The liberal religion of ‘tolerance’
It’s a selective faith.
‘A’ is for Agitation: What’s really going on in Jefferson County Schools
It’s about their own political self-preservation. Always.