Enough! Give us back our privacy!

by Bob Unruh -- The National Security Agency, FBI and other U.S. government strategies to spy on American citizens is getting attention from around the world. And that's not good. More than more…

NSA veterans say they scooped up Obama's information

by Bob Unruh -- [ooyala code="Bxd3VyZDrQi3mrsiSnnkyj5QcoYjaVc2"] Two veterans of the National Security Agency, that secretive behemoth that was revealed by leaker Edward Snowden to be spying on Americans and their emails, telephone more…

How to kill Obamacare without even trying

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="VrYnZyZDrbjD4QoADNtlMEEVPW1BESlx"] With most of President Obama's signature health laws set to take effect in just five months, conservatives in both the House and Senate are launching a more…

Florida lawmakers to talk about 'Stand Your Ground'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="Rzd3VyZDoPeVA6TbcK0h2vQ_KWlqRqj5"] Democrats in the Florida legislature who have been demanding a special session to address the state's "Stand Your Ground" self-defense law may have to settle for more…

Investigation reveals IRS still badgering conservatives

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As Congress investigates the Internal Revenue Service for targeting and badgering conservative groups seeking tax-status designations, and even attacking conservative groups that already had their status letters, Americans more…

Treasury's Lew subpoenaed for IRS documents

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Times) House Republicans on Friday accused Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew of obstructing their investigation into the IRS's targeting of tea party and conservative groups, and issued subpoenas more…

Dems favor federal bailout of Detroit

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Real Clear Politics) A new national poll from Quinnipiac University shows that a majority Democrats believe the federal government should bail out Detroit, but an even larger majority more…

Congress to get Obamacare exemption

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Politico) Lawmakers and staff can breathe easy — their health care tab is not going to soar next year. The Office of Personnel Management, under heavy pressure from more…