In his farewell speech, Attorney General Eric Holder stated that his tenure at the Justice Department during the Obama administration would go down in history as the “golden age”
A Department of Defense unclassified defense computer network was breached by Russian hackers earlier this year, reveals Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
The Tea Party movement is looking to allow parts of the Patriot Act to expire this year. Other Republicans will only allow the un-Patriotic Act to be renewed if the NSA’s domestic spying – uhh…surveillance program is restricted. The expiring provisions cover surveillance against ‘lone wolves’ and specific wiretaps known as roving wiretaps.
Country Music’s Tim McGraw made a mistake in his strategy and lost a large part of his fan base by headlining a concert for the anti-gun group Sandy Hook Promise.
What could possibly separate elements of the Democrat Party? It seems the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) may work well in that area.
The latest revenue-generating scheme of the government is banning and taxing e-cigarettes.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus had two years’ probation and a $100,000 fine handed down in court after pleading guilty to a federal count of unauthorized removal and retention of classified material.
It seems that Oklahoma judges are taking their constitutional rights a bit more seriously lately, as Judge Thad Balkman rules in favor of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association request for a restraining order against the Norman Music Alliance and City of Norman’s “no-gun” policy during the Norman Music Festival.
After months of debate, President Obama’s Attorney General Nominee, Loretta Lynch, was approved by the Senate today. One of Ms. Lynch’s greatest opponents (second only to the American people) and Republican Presidential hopeful, Senator Ted Cruz (R – TX) had this to say.
Domestic Violence and guns are two things that do not seem to belong in the same sentence. Many gun-control advocates would have you believe that a vast amount of murders have been perpetrated using a firearm
The Supreme Court just made it simpler for people to sue the US Government. In two cases which made it to the top court, there was a question as to whether the cases were brought to court in a timely manner.