One industry spokeswoman says Montana is an exception to typical partisan debates over traditional energy sources
While homosexual activists ramp up their campaign in Houston, a court will decide whether voters have the right to reject a city ordinance that grants special rights for homosexuals.
Since Wisconsin's conservative Republican Governor Scott Walker curtailed powerful teachers unions under Act 10, membership in teachers unions continues to dramatically fall, which benefits everyone.
A conservative black leader says a recent decision upholding North Carolina's voter ID law is a great victory and should go a long way to prevent voter fraud in the state.
A Texas-based political activist says Gov. Rick Perry will be vindicated despite a federal indictment that he abused power.
According to the Obama Administration at the recent U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit held in the nation’s capital, support of the homosexual agenda is the key to successful economic development for African nations — and the ticket for receiving billions of dollars in foreign aid.
A conservative Hispanic organization is trying to educate the growing Latino voting bloc about the virtues of free market capitalism and economic freedom.
The United States Conference of Mayors has released its report on worker income and job quality, showing an increase in jobs that don't pay as much.
An advocate for taxpayers says concerns about credit card identity theft should really be worried about tax identity theft, too.
A conservative black leader says he's not surprised by a report revealing that Democrats are paying black campaign workers 30 percent less than white employees.
A Texas-based political analyst is convinced that Gov. Rick Perry is prepared to make another run for the presidency in 2016.
A New York Times bestselling author says Hillary Clinton's recent criticism of Barack Obama's foreign policy shows the animosity between the Clintons and Obamas as she prepares to run for president.
A health policy analyst has some concerns – but still thinks it's a good thing – that the Obama administration is pursuing people with discrepancies involving insurance enrollment.
President Barack Obama's record should hurt his allies in November's mid-term elections but infighting among Republicans may hurt, too.
An immigration enforcement activist says the arrest of two illegal aliens for the murder of a Border Patrol agent illustrates that despite the Obama Administration's assurances, the Mexican border is not secure.
The head of the Family Research Council is amazed how the Republican Party can fly two opposing flags - one for traditional marriage, one for same-sex "marriage" - under its banner. Tony Perkins says that's exactly what a national GOP group is causing by endorsing the candidacy of three openly homosexual candidates for Congress.