An energy policy organization thinks the Environmental Protection Agency chief is trying to get her regulatory agenda going with recent comments about climate change.
A Colorado pro-life group is telling residents there to not vote for the "lesser of two evils" in the upcoming election for U.S. Senate.
In the lead-up to next week's elections, a website created by conservatives for conservatives is offering several years' worth of information on how congressman and senators have voted.
A Texas political analyst and former Republican leader says it's telling that a large Texas city like Houston would elect a radical homosexual mayor who is now accused to trying to shut down the free speech rights of pastors.
A conservative group is hoping a series of new television ads in Pennsylvania will expose the truth about the Democratic gubernatorial candidate who has a substantial lead over the incumbent Republican governor in the polls.
Judicial Watch says documents it has obtained reveal how President Obama exerted executive privilege in an attempt to conceal details of the controversial "Operation Fast and Furious" scandal.
A pro-family activist says he would not be surprised if U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D-Ark) secretly favors same-sex marriage while denying it publicly.
They came here for the American dream, but a health policy analyst says ObamaCare may be another nightmare for legal immigrants.
A conservative political analyst says President Obama's sinking popularity doesn't bode well for the Democrats' chances to hold on the U.S. Senate in next week's election.
An attorney for Chris McDaniel says his client might file a federal lawsuit to try to overturn his loss in June to Senator Thad Cochran in Mississippi's GOP primary runoff.
Questions are lingering about how many previously uninsured people got health insurance under ObamaCare.
The Keystone XL pipeline is not seen as having an impact on this year's mid-term elections, and depending on the people you ask, that's okay.
An immigration enforcement activist argues that the Obama administration's reported plan to issue upwards of 34 million "green cards" to illegal aliens after the election would ultimately destroy America from within.
A health policy analyst with the Manhattan Institute sees another confusing season with open enrollment in ObamaCare.
The expansion of Medicaid is back in the headlines and so are concerns.
A pastor subpoenaed by the City of Houston for any anti-homosexual sermons and other related communications is not just voicing outrage – he's claiming fraud by city government.