Preliminary injunction against ‘Legal Schnauzer’ blogger Roger Shuler imperils First Amendment rights, says National Bloggers Club.
She’s getting lots of publicity, but Nancy Mace’s background could cause her problems in a four-way Republican primary fight against Graham, businessman Richard Case and State Sen. Lee Bright.
Delaware officials claim that all records about searches of tax records are automatically deleted after three months.
The longest-serving governor in Texas history will not seek another term, sparking speculation that he may run for the White House in 2016.
In a surprise announcement late Tuesday, the Treasury Department said they are delaying ObamaCare’s employer mandate for a year.
Despite his outspoken support for comprehensive immigration reform, Marco Rubio still lags behind Democratic politicians in popularity among the Hispanic population. A plurality of Latino voters in this recent poll say that even if the GOP embraces immigration reform, their feelings toward the Republican party will not change.
Democrat-led Senate passes the unpopular immigration bill, but will GOP-controlled House be crazy enough to pass it?
Democrat Rep. Edward Markey was elected Tuesday to fill the Senate seat vacated by John Kerry‘s appointment as Secretary of State. Markey got 55 percent of the vote to 45 percent for Republican newcomer Gabriel Gomez. The Massachusetts election had been viewed as a bellwether for next year’s mid-term elections. In January 2010, Republican Scott Brown‘s upset victory in the state’s special election to fill late Sen. Ted Kennedy‘s seat […]
While still short of the predicted 70 yes votes, it appears that the immigration bill amendment is headed for passage. The Senate leadership is holding the vote open to allow more Senators to arrive in DC and vote, so they may reach 70 before closing the voting.
Despite promises that his amendment would boost security, Senator Bob Corker now admits that it does little to address the problem of enforcing immigration laws away from the border states.