A tax policy analyst says the Internal Revenue Service got what it deserved when Congress included the agency in budget cuts.
President Obama's prisoner swap with Cuba continues to draw fire with one critic saying Cuba certainly got the best of the deal.
Putting an end to more than half a century of severed ties between the United States and Cuba in protest of its blatant dictatorial human rights violations, President Barack Obama opened up a diplomatic relationship with the communist nation, triggering much criticism from Christian leaders and politicians from both sides of the party lines.
The Citizens' Council for Health Freedom is warning of ten "harmful" ways that government will use data on individuals.
A conservative activist and former politician thinks it would be beneficial if both Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney run for president in 2016.
Keeping busy this Christmas, the Republican National Committee (RNC) wasted little time in letting the satire fly through their just-published "Hillary Clinton's Letter to Santa."
The Keystone XL pipeline is back in the news, due in part to one senator's promise to bring up legislation next year – and the opinion that Keystone may no longer be needed.
A conservative university professor and political scientist believes former Florida Governor Jeb Bush would have to "reconstruct his image" as a conservative should he decide to go after the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
Economic value is something that is getting lost in the equation when it comes to controversy and concerns over ObamaCare.
A Massachusetts-based pro-family activist believes that the efforts of the far-Left to convince Senator Elizabeth Warren to run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination is a sign that Hillary Clinton has worn out her welcome with the radicals controlling the Democratic party.
Kansas lawmakers are preparing an effort to enshrine religious freedom in state law via a renewed campaign prompted by the urging of several religious leaders.
A conservative activist and former politician believes the new Congress needs to consider some alternative options when it elects a House speaker next year.
The leader of an immigration reform organization says he's not surprised that the Obama administration is moving quickly to implement the President's amnesty.
The head of an Ohio-based political action committee says liberals who want to change legislative district boundaries in the state are only complaining because they keep losing elections.
A health policy analyst thinks people should take enrollment numbers in ObamaCare "with a grain of salt."
In his farewell speech, Republican Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn left his fellow United States Senators with a solemn tear-filled warning that the continued existence of America as a republic is in grave danger.