Tag: government

Must Watch: PragerU Explains Democratic Socialism

Bernie Sanders supporters preached that democratic socialism is not the same thing as pure socialism during the 2016 election. PragerU released a video explaining...

The Internet – Is An Amazing ‘Less Government’ Success Story

FEBRUARY 28, 2017 Nothing in the history of humanity has grown bigger, faster or better – than the World Wide Web. In just about a...

Fox News Poll Says More People Trust the White House than...

This week in political news, Fox News conducted a poll asking individual Americans how trustworthy they perceived the Trump Administration versus the media. Just...

Christianity, government, and refugees

In the light of Trump’s Executive Order halting refugees from entering the country for 120 days, there is renewed discussion about the role of...

10 Reasons Why Conservatives Love Ron Swanson

Ron Swanson, is a beloved character from the television show "Parks and Recreation". He is the head of the Parks and Recreation in Pawnee,...

Irritated man pays DMV with 300,000 pennies

Sick of bureaucratic government wasting your time? So was Nick Stafford of Cedar Bluff, VA, so he decided to make it known. Stafford needed...

Email Privacy Act introduced to the House

Representative Kevin Yoder (R-Kansas), reintroduced the Email Privacy Act to the House on Monday. The legislation would amend the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986,...

A conservative’s argument for drug legalization

Any time I am required to bring a list of hotly debated topics to my mind, the argument over drug legalization is one of...

EXCLUSIVE: University of Oregon SGA executives denounce President-Elect

The groundbreaking election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has evoked a multitude of different emotions within people. Certainly there are many who...

Could Iraq sue the United States based on the 9/11 law?

A week ago, Congress controversially voted to override President Obama's veto of a bill which allows for the families of 9/11 victims to sue...

Congress votes to override Obama’s veto of 9/11 bill

Ever since the previously redacted documents involving the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 were released, there has been a renewed push to allow...

Congress dodges government shutdown

Congress managed to dodge a government shutdown Wednesday, passing a continuing resolution to keep the government funded and provide resources for the Zika crisis...

Have Americans sued foreign governments in the past?

This past week, the US House of Representatives followed the Senate's lead by voting to allow for the families of the victims of 9/11...

House puts Obama in difficult situation with vote allowing 9/11 victims...

After years of pressure, the House Intelligence Agency released the previously classified documents involving the Saudi Arabian government and the terror attacks of September 11,...

Report: Illinois spends $50 billion dollars in favors without passing a...

The State of Illinois hasn't passed a full-year budget in two years, but if you have friends in government you'll still get paid. According...