Members of the House of Representatives have been told they are not allowed to wish their constituents “Merry Christmas” or “Happy New Year” via the mail.
With little more than two weeks until the coveted Iowa causes, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is trying to garner last-minute support from the Tea Party. The topsy-turvy GOP presidential race has left few things constant these past few months. But one thing that has remained the same is Romney’s lack of support from Tea Party members.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul went on the attack against his GOP presidential rival, Michele Bachmann, claiming that the congresswoman has a bad case of “Islamophobia.”
A U.S. District Court judge declared on Thursday that he plans to issue a ruling in the near future stating that Iran is partially responsible for the attacks on Sept. 11.
Christians, Muslims, and Jews alike are speaking out against Lowe’s Hardware Store’s decision to pull advertisement from the TLC television show “All American Muslim.” On Saturday, demonstrations in front of various Lowe’s locations across the country will seek to raise awareness against the perceived bigotry behind the chain’s decision.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley announced her endorsement of Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for president early Friday morning. Her announcement was made on “Fox & Friends.”
“Mickey Mouse” and “Adolf Hitler” will be counted as among those who petitioned for the recall of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, declared the Government Accountability Board (GAB) on Tuesday. The board unanimously decided that the questionable names on the forms could be counted so long as they are signed within the circulation dates and have a legitimate address.
After taking a lot of flak for his “Strong” ad, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is back with a new ad that blames political correctness for some of the federal government’s shortcomings.
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter is throwing her support behind Mitt Romney after having previously denounced the idea that the Massachusetts governor would make a good GOP presidential nominee.
The U.S. Department of State began a three-day meeting on Monday with government officials from the multinational Organisation for Islamic Cooperation in an effort to combat religious intolerance.
For the first time in months a poll has President Obama beating both GOP front-runners, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, in South Carolina.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton made her television debut as a reporter on Monday night’s NBC “Rock Center With Brian Williams.” Her appearance on the show, however, drew mixed reviews from viewers.
An evangelical couple is hitting back at a recent Time magazine story, refuting claims that their group – Evangelicals for Mitt – is connected to the Romney campaign. “It’s simply not true,” Nancy French told The Christian Post,
Does President Obama’s show of faith this past weekend quell any attack from some Christians that he has waged a war on religion? Days after being accused by Texas Gov. Rick Perry of waging a war on religion, Obama was seen taking his family to church on Sunday and referring to Jesus Christ
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s announcement in Geneva Tuesday night that the U.S. would be marketing gay rights as an international issue sparked both praise and criticisms from nations around the world, particularly from those in Africa.
The Supreme Court is meeting on Friday to discuss Arizona’s controversial immigration law and whether or not it wants to take up the case. The justices’ decision will be announced Monday.
Sarah Palin may not be running for president but she still has the opportunity to help determine which GOP candidate will be challenging Obama one-on-one come 2012. Her supporters have turned their attention from “Wiill Sarah run?” to “Who will Sarah endorse?”
White House staff flocked on Tuesday to Chicago, where President Obama first sprouted his political roots, seeking to form a tight relationship between the federal government and religious leaders.
A new Congressional report released on Wednesday describes homegrown Islamic terrorists who target U.S. military communities as a “severe and emerging threat.”
The financial woes of the United States Postal Service may have a negative impact on governmental elections. States that have gone to a completely mail-in voting system are likely to be the hardest hit by these delays.
With unemployment hovering around 9 percent and the country plummeting into an attitude of defeat, a growing number of Americans have opted to bail out of the American dream and search for a life abroad.
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump officially is not part the 2012 presidential race after bowing out in May, but that is not stopping him from trying to be part of the action, or as some would call it, distraction.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will pick up another endorsement on Tuesday, this time from former vice president Dan Quayle. The former vice president served under George H.W. Bush
Howard Gutman, the U.S. ambassador to Belgium, set off a fire storm Monday morning after he made comments regarding the origin of anti-Semitism. He sought to make a distinction between “traditional” anti-Semitism and anti-Semitism brought about by the “ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.”
The U.S. Postal Service announced on Monday that it will be implementing cuts to first-class mail next spring due to its dismal financial outlook. The changes will result in a slower delivery service and is the first time in 40 years that change of this type has taken place at USPS.