A close look at the delays and disruptions the FAA says are being forced on it by sequester cuts reveals an agency that is bloated and inefficient and only too willing to go along with the Obama administration's complaints about those cuts.
Resistance to the Internet sales tax bill that the Senate is due to vote on this week is rapidly building, thanks to the Internet.
The failure of the so-called Toomey-Manchin compromise amendment to Senate Bill 649 ended not only that bill's chances for passage but any chance for any other gun control measure to pass the 113th Congress.
The Tax Foundation announced that on Thursday, April 18th, the nation as a whole has earned enough money to pay all of its taxes for the year, with some major exceptions.
Senators with A ratings from the National Rifle Association often use them as cover as they vote against the Second Amendment. The vote to stop Senator Rand Paul's planned filibuster against the anti-gun S. 649 is a classic example.
The lawsuit about to be filed by Colorado's sheriffs is likely to be the first step on a long journey to rectify the damage wrought to individual rights by the state's legislature with its new gun laws.
The announcement by a wind turbine manufacturer that it planned to build more turbines in Ireland failed to mention the 14,000 turbines already lying idle around the globe due to lack of viability or profitability.
Despite its diminutive size compared to the NRA, the effectiveness of Gun Owners of America at stalling onerous gun control bills has finally come to the attention of the national media.
Kansas has overwhelmingly passed a bill nullifying any unconstitutional federal gun laws in the state. Altogether, more than 30 state legislatures this year have considered similar bills.
A Colorado bill has sparked a firestorm of controversy because of fears that it could be used by Secret Service agents, acting on behalf of the Obama administration, to arrest sheriffs in Colorado who refuse to enforce unconstitutional federal gun controls.