A conservative political analyst says voters in Louisiana apparently weren't impressed with their Democratic senator's effort to get Senate approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
Quickly and decisively – that's how Congress needs to respond once President Obama announces his executive order amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, says a group opposed to such action.
The Family Research Council wonders if American voters are as "stupid" as ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber says they are, why did the White House have to hide the truth about the healthcare reform bill?
An immigration enforcement advocacy group says if President Obama follows through on his pledge to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens without congressional approval, the new GOP-controlled Congress needs to ensure he doesn't have the money to do it.
A congressman says the incoming House and Senate will have their say on President Obama's climate agreement with China.
Some Mississippians want to enshrine Christianity and Southern heritage in the state Constitution.
A recent report from a group that opposes amnesty for illegal immigrants is being cited as proof President Obama's anticipated "executive amnesty" is designed to cultivate voters who are dependent on big government.
A Massachusetts-based pro-family activist sounds pretty certain in predicting that Mitt Romney, a former governor of that state and the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, won't run for president again in 2016.
A former Justice Department attorney sees no way Barack Obama's nominee to replace Attorney General Eric Holder can be vetted thoroughly and confirmed during the lame-duck session.
A former U.S. Justice Department attorney says President Obama was smart to choose Loretta Lynch as attorney general because she doesn't carry the toxic record that other potential nominees had.
The conservative organization that posted one of the first videos of ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber's controversial comments says it's incredible that Democrats disavow knowing him.
An energy policy analyst isn't too impressed with the just announced climate agreement between the U.S. and China.
A conservative black activist considers it a supreme insult that the NAACP has given the only black member of the U.S. Senate an "F" report card.
A political analyst says the American people didn't elect a Republican majority to compromise with the president on immigration.
Renowned conservative author and activist Richard A. Viguerie didn't hold back his take on why he believes Republicans overwhelmingly beat out their Democratic challengers in last week’s midterm elections. Viguerie asserts that because GOP candidates took bold stands on moral issues against their opponents and made no apologies, they reaped a lopsided victory from coast to coast.
A former attorney at the U.S. Justice Department says President Obama's attorney general nominee faces a lot of questions that need to be answered.