Liberals Built This: Unfinished Prison Costs Detroit $1.2 Million Per Month

This is liberal control. Via Fox News: A prison in downtown Detroit that was deemed too expensive to complete is now a construction site frozen in time that still costs cash-strapped local taxpayers more than $1 million a month. It was supposed to be a state-of-art lockup in the heart of the Motor City, but […]

Lawmakers demand answers on anthrax scare

Leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee are demanding answers from the government’s top health and defense officials about how the Army accidentally shipped live anthrax to research facilities in nine states and South Korea.Chairman Fred… More >

Heritage Foundation Panel: Conservative Victory in U.K. a ‘Win For Smaller Government’

The Conservative Party’s victory in the recent British general election spoke to a desire for smaller government on the part of voters, according to experts on both sides of the Atlantic speaking at a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation Thursday. “Both the polls and betting markets pointed to an almost exact parity between left […]

Voters Want More Say In Choosing Their Leaders

While U.S. voters believe they have it better than citizens of other countries, they still don’t think they have enough influence over who gets elected in government.   Sixty-two percent (62%) of Likely U.S. Voters think voters in this country do not have enough say when it comes to choosing their leaders, according to a […]

Approval of Out-of-Wedlock Births Growing in U.S.

A new high of 61% of Americans say having a baby outside of marriage is morally acceptable, while 35% say it is morally wrong. This is a reversal from 2002, when more said it was morally wrong (50%) than said it was morally acceptable (45%). More >

Unreal: LA Union Leaders Who Successfully Backed Raising Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour Now Seek Exemption For Union Workers…

Weaponized chutzpah. Via LA Times: Labor leaders, who were among the strongest supporters of the citywide minimum wage increase approved last week by the Los Angeles City Council, are advocating last-minute changes to the law that could create an exemption for companies with unionized workforces. The push to include an exception to the mandated wage […]

Pentagon plans to arm Sunni fighters vs. ISIS

The Pentagon has plans to provide military equipment to Sunni tribal fighters, a defense spokeswoman said on Wednesday, a shift from its current policy to provide the equipment only through the central government in Baghdad.The new plans come after… More >

Voters Still Question Supreme Court's Political Biases

Several major rulings are expected heading into the final month of the U.S. Supreme Court’s current term, including ones on same-sex marriage and President Obama’s health care law, but few voters think the court is balanced politically. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 25% of Likely U.S. Voters consider the Supreme Court’s […]

In U.S., Support Up for Doctor-Assisted Suicide

Nearly seven in 10 Americans (68%) say doctors should be legally allowed to assist terminally ill patients in committing suicide, if the patient requests it. This figure is up from 58% in 2014. More >

Blame game over Iraq retreat

The United States and Iraq are engaged in a heated blame game over the fall of Ramadi, with leaders in both capitals pointing fingers over the embarrassing retreat of security forces.The White House on Tuesday stood by Defense Secretary Ashton… More >