You know, the fact that the people rose up and voted the Democrats out of power doesn’t necessarily mean they trust Republicans. They’ve given us another chance, but we’ve got to earn that trust and the way to earn that trust is to listen to the priorities of the people.
Alright, time for a reality check. Wave elections have a long history going back to 1842. 1994, 2006, 2008, & 2010 are the most recent.
Conservatives are sending a message to Senate GOP leaders: Keep the nuclear option!
A new type of hand-made bullet could be the key to the reusability of often-fragile 3D-printed firearms.
Starbucks has a new dress code for its baristas and other employees: no engagement rings allowed. The Seattle-based company blames federal food safety guidelines for the anti-jewelry policy. Even though engagement rings—and wedding bands with a stone—aren’t allowed, the company is now OK with nose studs and tattoos.
Kathy Trautvetter, who founded BMP T-Shirts in 2003 with her partner, Kathy, told TheBlaze Wednesday that both women believe that businesses shouldn’t be forced by the government to violate their religious conscience.
Berkeley, Calif., a city known for its progressive politics, made history Tuesday night by approving the first real sin tax on soda in the United States.
“Last night’s production is an admission that the Justice Department never had legitimate grounds to withhold these documents in the first place,” Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., said. “Approximately two-thirds of the universe of documents that the Justice Department withheld from Congress has now been shown to be well outside the scope of executive privilege.”
Rob O’Neill named as Seal Team Six hero who killed Osama bin Laden | Daily Mail Online.
Every new GOP senator who won in last night’s election campaigned on repealing Obamacare.
As the election returns came in on November 4 one thing was evident—the Second Amendment crushed gun control candidates in Senate and gubernatorial races around the country.
The Republican 18-year-old Blair defeated her 44-year-old Democratic opponent 63 percent to 30 percent Tuesday, according to The Wall Street Journal. Blair said if she’s elected she wants to bring more jobs to West Virginia in an interview on Fox News.
Elise Stefanik is only 30 years old, and she will be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. Stefanik defeated Democrat Aaron Woolf to win the seat vacated by Democrat Bill Owen in New York 21st congressional district.