Immigration reform is quietly moving ahead in Congress.
Despite her congressional testimony, the Internal Revenue Service today denied that the former commissioner of tax exempt and government entities – now running the agency’s health care office – was in charge of the unit’s day-to-day operations after Dec. 2010. Sarah Hall Ingram retained the title of…
President Barack Obama during a press conference on Thursday addressed the recent scandal involving the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups. But his remarks left much to be desired. “Can you assure the American people that nobody in the White House knew about the agency’s actions before your Counsel’s Office found out on April […]
So the good news is that threat of domestic political violence in the U.S. is extremely low, according to the latest Terrorism and Political Violence risk map from Aon, a risk management firm and insurance broker. The bad news is that terrorism is still a real threat to America. In Europe, “the overall risk levels […]
The tea party’s next mission? Reform the entire legal system.
The result of the 37th vote to repeal Obamacare by the Republican-controlled House came as no surprise.The vote was 229 to 195 and the repeal came down on party lines – almost.
With Georgia Republican Phil Gingrey running for the U.S. Senate next year, national pundits have long assumed that former congressman and 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr was the runaway favorite for the GOP nomination in Gingrey’s open 11th District.