Christopher DeMuth of the Hudson Institute argues in the Wall Street Journal this weekend that President Donald Trump has made history by decentralizing power during a crisis, unlike his predecessors, who used crisis to build a bigger government.
These siren voices urging expanded government — and more reckless spending of OUR money — are dangerous, really dangerous.
Sky-high sin taxes on meat have been branded “inevitable” in Britain after a study asserted that the move could “save hundreds of thousands of lives” as well as helping stop climate change.
President Trump’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum have led to higher wages for nearly 2,000 United Steelworkers (USW) in Michigan and Minnesota.
Robotics company Boston Dynamics released a video of its humanoid Atlas robot leaping through a parkour obstacle course this week.
The Wall Street Journal on Friday published a lengthy article about the “new Cold War era with China,” relating a number of tense incidents that explain why so many Trump administration officials are sounding alarms about the Chinese.
A poll released Friday shows Republican congressional candidate Wendy Rogers with a widening lead over Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ) in Arizona’s First Congressional District, indicating a potential Republican pickup in November.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Friday dismissed comedian Chelsea Handler’s continued gay-shaming of the Republican senator, agreeing that while homophobic jokes constitute the „lowest kind of bar“ when it comes to humor, she is free to express whatever …
Vandals targeted the Metropolitan Republican Club in Manhattan on Thursday evening, as Democrats‘ heated rhetoric towards conservatives continues to escalate.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), long a champion of legalizing marijuana, told the Fox Business Network on Thursday that President Donald Trump intends to reform federal policies on marijuana after the midterm elections in November.