Indiana's governor, Mike Pence, is accusing the media and others of distorting the state's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act which he signed into law last week. Nevertheless, he told a news conference this morning that there has been misunderstanding and confusion surrounding the law.
Pro-family activists argue that Indiana's plan to amend its new religious freedom law specifically to protect homosexuals is only the first step by activists in the state in suppressing Christianity.
A Republican congressman says FEMA should focus on helping people – not on pushing a political agenda.
State officials in Texas are waiting for the next volley from the federal government over the legal definition of marriage.
People, even those in politics, continue to talk about the idea of abolishing the IRS.
Believing that his conversation with his business manager would be kept private, prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson told his colleague that he believes President Barack Obama is a “psychopath” — noting his allegedly unflinching inclination to lie to Americans on any given topic or issue.
If the federal government gets its way, so-called "health interventionists" will be entering public schools and your workplace to help change Americans' eating habits.
An author and conservative leader says there's something ironic about President Obama's recent remarks that payday lenders are "trapping" working Americans.
In the wake of the U.S. Army's announcement Wednesday that charges have been laid against Sgt. Beau Bergdahl for deserting his unit in Afghanistan, the Obama administration says it still has no regrets about swapping five Gitmo terrorists for Bergdahl's release.
Indiana's governor doesn't seem concerned that a Religious Freedom Restoration Act might be offensive to some parties.
A former attorney with the Department of Justice finds it "appalling" that Hillary Clinton finds humor in the controversy over her use of a private email account while secretary of state. He also believes it demonstrates she's not suited for president of the United States.
A conservative political scientist says he's not overly concerned by reports that Wisconsin's debt problems could be a problem for Gov. Scott Walker as he moves toward a possible presidential run.
A health care expert opposed to ObamaCare says there have been five terrible outcomes from the health care law, five years after its enactment.
Pro-family leader Gary Bauer says the current tension between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel goes well beyond a personality conflict.
A conservative activist says there's mounting evidence that President Obama will not support Hillary Clinton in her expected White House bid next year.
Youths from across America will be marching to Capitol Hill in Washington today, March 25, for the National Abstinence Education Association's "Day on the Hill."