Despite the criticism surrounding Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s religious liberty law, lawmakers in Arkansas just passed a similar bill. On the other hand, lawmakers in both North Carolina and Georgia are on the defensive about their own pending religious liberty legislation. The Post reported that a similar measure in North Carolina would “make no sense,” according to Gov. Pat McCrory who made the statement during a radio interview and added he would not sign any such legislation.
Dr. Ben Carson is responding to pushback from faculty members at a small liberal arts school after a public letter shamed Alma College for inviting the accomplished neurosurgeon and emeritus professor of neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to speak on campus Wednesday.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is calling on lawmakers to change the state’s religious freedom bill before he'd sign in.
The Obama administration plans to spend more than $31 million to encourage food stamp recipients buy more fruits and vegetables.
The really dangerous development of the administrative state is that bureaucrats no longer fear the wrath of our elected representatives, many of whom are so interested in making the State bigger and richer that they'll no longer countenance even token attempts at holding it responsible for its actions, because that would empower the people who want to make it smaller.
NASCAR announced it “will continue to welcome all competitors and fans” at its racing events in Indiana and other states. It's responding to widespread criticism over the state’s religious liberty law.
Regarding her 50 year quest to to be president, Hillary Clinton is entering a legitimate danger zone on a number of fronts. One of the reasons Democrats have stood by her throughout this email scandal has been her poll numbers
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) contends that the relationship between Israel and the United States remains strong. Boehner met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a trip to Israel.
On Monday, the Student Association Senate at George Washington University (GWU) passed a resolution asking the school to install more cameras on campus after swastikas were placed on hallway walls twice in the last month.
A pizza place is backing Indiana Governor Mike Pence for signing the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Act.
Using materials bought from Walmart or Walgreens, Mark Landis created fake works of art that he donated for decades to art museums across the country.
John Kerry's negotiation struggles, in photos.
Walmart is calling on Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto the state’s religious liberty bill, which is similar to the one passed in Indiana last week.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is slamming Republicans for supporting Indiana’s religious liberty law.
Friday, the Labor Department is expected to report the economy added 247,000 jobs in March, down from 295,000 in February and 324,000 during the fourth quarter.
Exclusive — Ted Cruz: My First Act As President Will Be To Undo Obama’s Unconstitutional Executive Orders
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tells Breitbart News that if he’s elected President, one of his first actions will be to undo all of President Barack Obama’s unconstitutional executive orders.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted the emerging Iran deal on Wednesday, calling it "unconscionable" that world powers were about to sign an agreement with the "murderous" regime even as it continued to vow to destroy Israel.
The Campaign Legal Center and Democracy 21 is claiming that four possible 2016 presidential candidates—Republicans Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, and Scott Walker, along with Democrat Martin O’Malley—are "violating campaign-finance laws by building campaign infrastructure without formally 'testing the waters' for a bid," according to a Politico report.
On Wednesday, Oregon lawmakers will discuss a gun control proposal that outlaws all private gun sales except those between "close relatives," and that makes sales between "close relatives" a privilege that exists only as long as the government allows it to continue.
On March 31, Georgia Southern Christian Leadership Conference president Sam Mosteller called on blacks to "exercise their Second Amendment rights," but afterward clarified that he was not calling on them to "pack weapons."
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) apologized to fourth grade students at the Lincoln Akerman School Tuesday for the rude behavior shown to them by some of the state’s lawmakers earlier in the month.
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