We’re still ignoring border lessons of 9/11
This week’s deadly terror attacks in Brussels moved national security, and specifically border security, front and center in the presidential election
Obamacare a boon to Greenville business
Nurse. Lawyer. Mother of three.
Social Security: Broken Promises and Costly Changes
Social Security has been built over an array of broken promises and costly changes
Snowden Blasts FBI: Demands That Apple Unlock iPhone Amount to Perjury
The NSA whistleblower took the federal agency to task on Monday via Twitter, noting that the Feds made a sworn declaration that there existed no alternative to Apple unlocking the San Bernardino terrorist’s phone
Supreme Court divided on ObamaCare contraception mandate
The Supreme Court appeared deadlocked Wednesday along ideological lines as justices weighed another legal challenge to ObamaCare
FBI may have found way to unlock San Bernardino attacker's iPhone
FBI vs. Apple feud in focus after terror suspects captured
There Will Always Be Guns On Campus. Learn To Deal With It.
It’s hard to open up a Web site this today without running across an article where the author is lamenting the scourge of guns in schools
Big Medicine Promotes Abortion-on-Demand
The United State’s most prominent association of gynecologists and obstetricians announced its full support for abortion-on-demand
More U.S. Troops Headed into Iraq After Islamic State Rocket Kills Marine
The Pentagon announced on Sunday that more American troops will be deployed to Iraq, following an Islamic State rocket attack on a Marine position in which Staff Sgt. Louis F. Cardin of California became the second U.S. soldier killed by the Islamic State.
Abortion Numbers Drop in Texas
Abortions in Texas are down by almost 9,000 since 2014 in the Lone Star State
Are 60,000 More “Refugees” Too Many?
House Judiciary Committee passed a bill capping annual refugee admissions at 60,000 a year, down from Obama’s proposed level of 85,000
Donald Trump bucks GOP rivals, pledges to leave Social Security as is
Donald Trump made clear he wouldn’t reform entitlement programs if he became president of the United States, putting some distance between himself and the remaining three candidates
Federal Judge Inadvertently Confirms Existence of NSA Spying Program
The National Security Agency’s data harvesting program, PRISM, has been the subject of much speculation and controversy since its existence was revealed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in 2013
Repeal Obamacare’s Public Health Slush Fund
Currently, two billion dollars is given each year in perpetuity to an Obamacare slush fund known as the Prevention and Public Health fund
How Chicago-style politics trumped independence in Internet regulation
Last week, a Republican Senate investigative report released by Sen. Ron Johnson concluded that President Obama employed “undue influence” to lean on the independent FCC to go beyond net neutrality and adopt tough new rules