Under intense scrutiny for straight-arming Israel and making concessions with Iran, President Barack Obama is receiving more criticism for appointing an Iranian-born attorney as a top White House adviser who has been called the “architect” of the recent Iran nuke “deal.”
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is shifting her “Scooby Van” into gear by accelerating her 2016 campaign with a focus on pushing the homosexual agenda — touting her theme of relating to the lives of “everyday” Americans.
A policy expert is suggesting a new report on duplicative government programs needs a closer look.
With his announcement Monday that he's officially joining the 2016 GOP presidential field, Marco Rubio's faith – and the underpinnings thereof – has become a hotter topic of interest and curiosity among prospective conservative and faith-based voters.
A pro-immigration enforcement advocate says the Obama administration is aiding and abetting people who want to come into the United States illegally over objections of the American people.
A Canadian educator and pro-family activist says a number of factors point to a defeat for Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative Party in this fall's elections.
An advocate for patient privacy is troubled by news of medical records being under threat.
As Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton turns her campaign podium into a political pulpit in the year heading into the 2016 election, several things about her faith that are being brought to light.
A Cuban-born, anti-Castro activist doubts that Hispanic Americans will support either of the Cuban Americans running for president.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is proposing an income cap on Social Security benefits as part of a likely presidential bid.
Fiscally conservative groups continue to call for reforms to Social Security. But how do they plan to go about fixing the program?
A Messianic Jewish leader is encouraged by a report that indicates President Obama is losing his advantage among Jewish voters.
Taxpayer advocate Pete Sepp – reacting to a GAO report documenting the widespread duplication of government programs – says political irresponsibility and government intrusion are at the root of the pricey problem.
A Christian political scientist says U.S. Sen. Rand Paul needs to answer questions about his faith if he wants to court evangelical voters in 2016.
Conservative activist Gary Bauer says despite an enormous campaign chest, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton isn't going to have an easy time overcoming her scandal-ridden record.
A conservative political scientist says Jeb Bush, even though he hasn't formally announced his candidacy, is "king of the hill" right now when it comes to the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. But conservative activist Gary Bauer believes some people are underestimating Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who announced yesterday.