Published February 19, 2010
David Bossie, founder and president of Citizens United, a conservative group which last month won a landmark Supreme Court case against the U.S. government, has become a rock star at the CPAC.
Published October 12, 2009
Allen West, a retired Army colonel who is running for the second time against Democratic Rep. Ron Klein in Florida's 22nd congressional district, West, is one of a small but determined group of black Republicans running for seats in the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives in 2010.
Published July 22, 2009
Cass Sunstein's views on litigating on behalf of animals has raised concerns for Sen. John Cornyn, who placed a hold on the nominee until he gets a chance to hear his views one-on-one.
Published July 08, 2009
The government's top watchdogs are quickly becoming all bark and no bite, say critics who call the recent "purge" of inspectors general a warning about limited transparency in the Obama administration.
Published July 01, 2009
It's hard enough to be a Republican on most campuses these days. Now it's hard even being a member of the Republican Club at two of America's most conservative colleges -- because the clubs have been demoted.
Published June 04, 2009
The First Amendment and the Second Amendment have come together in an ongoing debate over the right of college students to advocate that they be allowed to carry guns on campus.
Published April 23, 2009
Editor's Note: This is the first in a week-long series reviewing the first 100 days of the Obama administration.
President Obama said this week that the security of the U.S. people is the first and last thing on his mind every day. With the number of issues confronting him at once, it's no surprise.
Published April 04, 2009
Obama administration officials are struggling to respond to the recent signing of a law in Afghanistan that critics say gives Shiite men the legal right to rape their wives.
Published March 25, 2009
With America in a recession and the public war-weary after Iraq, increasing the number of troops and the length of the U.S. commitment in Afghanistan could be a difficult task for the Obama administration.
Published March 18, 2009
The legislation will expand the1993 AmeriCorps program to match the renewed interest in national service since President Obama's election, which backers say is crucial in tough economic times.