President Donald Trump can celebrate another victory for his America First agenda. On Monday, the United Arab Emirates came to terms with the United States, agreeing to uphold the Open Skies agreement between the two nations.
President Trump needs a stronger bench in the U.S. Senate to get his nominees approved and accomplish his agenda.
President Trump, in a recent tweet, has drawn attention to a pernicious threat against American interests that has persisted for decades: The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its alliance with other petrostates as they seek to control the price and supply of oil.
Mike Pompeo's skills are precisely why the president nominated him to be the next Secretary of State—and why it's so absurd that Democrats are reluctant to confirm him.
America's position as the world's innovation leader is in peril. We are ceding important ground to other nations like Germany, England, and even China and we are doing so voluntarily. Indeed, the current innovation crisis is a problem of our own creation.
President Donald Trump and his supporters should celebrate because in Gorsuch, Trump kept one of his core campaign promises to the American people. Gorsuch's track record from his first year on the bench shows Trump—and the American people—chose well.
The FDA's rule will require businesses with 20 or more locations that sell highly customizable food items—such as pizza companies—to post physical signs within the store listing the number of calories in each menu option, as well as the calorie counts for each variation of the available options.
Climate change is a global issue, yet greedy trial lawyers are targeting the five major energy companies exclusively because they see them as a potential jackpot in attorneys' fees
It's not about being against foreigners. All nations put their people first. If there's hard work to do in the world, they turn to the U.S.A. The Left hates President Donald Trump for many reasons. One of the most important is because he really believes in America first. Which shouldn't be controversial.
Anti-gun activists again are blaming honest, law-abiding folks for someone else's crimes. Punishing millions of Americans is not the answer to the actions of an evil few.
President Donald Trump has taken several steps that have generated robust economic growth. How can he protect this accomplishment?
Today the Democratic Party is going to court to avoid losing legislative districts.
The ACLU and other left-wing activists are attempting to get rid of bail entirely. Standard practice for them.
On Thursday, thousands of Iranians protested against the ruling regime in Iran's second-largest city, Mashhad. Chants of "death to dictator" and "death to Rouhani" were brave and resounding.
Democrats will be gunning for every Republican on the ballot next year. It's going to be a hard-fought election in which every vote counts.
The Republican party has an important test in front of them: Will GOP lawmakers protect seniors and small businesses from looming Obamacare taxes, or will they let politicking and bureaucracy get in the way of action?
A year ago the Department of Justice was finishing up eight long years of a scandal-plagued term under Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, as President Obama's political arm.
The NAACP and conservative groups, such as the American Civil Rights Union, could together insist that only citizens, currently alive and residing in their claimed jurisdiction, are entitled to vote.
Kelo v. City of New London stands as the apogee of Supreme Court cases regarding property rights, especially for conservatives.
The recent passage of mandatory E-Verify by the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee brings us one step closer to ending the root cause of most illegal immigration into the United States – outlaw businesses that hire illegal immigrants.
As much as we try to paint things black and white in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), nothing is ever that simple.
I'm shocked by the UN's decision to censure Saudi Arabia for its actions in Yemen.
Texans have a saying for people who talk big but act small: All hat, no cattle. It's hard to think of someone better fitting that description than Rep. Frederica Wilson, the Florida Democrat with a multitude of colorful hats but no decency.
Many conservatives have warned about the dangers of this merger because of that concentration of power. My friend Larry Kudlow, a noted free market champion who would normally be loath to call for government to stop a merger, has raised significant concerns about one company controlling cable distribution and key channels.
Commendably, the Trump administration is set to initiate a new Iran policy, which will be announced in October. Such change is imperative.