The Obama years left Republicans with excellent ratings from the Heritage Foundation, and no idea how to whip a vote.
Conservatives once warned that Obamacare would produce the Democratic Waterloo. Their inability to accept the principle of universal coverage has, instead, led to their own defeat.
The investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is too important to be treated like just another political opportunity.
Brigitte Gabriel, who leads an organization dedicated to persecuting people because of their faith, boasted about her access to the Trump administration.
Should judges consider a president’s statements when attempting to understand the meaning of an executive order?
For years, Republican leaders treated Frank Gaffney as a pariah. But his dark warnings about Sharia law taking over America found an audience among grassroots conservatives—and now, in the White House.
A new report confirms the skepticism of civil libertarians. But if the initiative is discontinued, will its replacement be any better?
The Appalachian Regional Commission distributes grants in states that voted for the president, and works to revitalize coal-mining communities.
Judge Derrick Watson’s imaginative reasoning asserts a new power to disregard formal law if the president’s words create a basis for mistrusting his motives.
Despite judicial setbacks, federal law leaves open the possibility that the president’s new executive order might prevail––if he can keep quiet.
The president’s budget suggests entirely defunding these bodies, from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the National Endowment for the Arts.
Allocating more money for defense and a lot less for diplomacy, the White House is unveiling a spending proposal that’s meant to reflect campaign promises more than it’s meant to get through Congress.
The president’s national approval rating is dismal, but his strong standing in Republican congressional districts is keeping the party’s health-care bill afloat for now.
In the latest entry in their ongoing conversation, two historians debate the significance of the president’s wiretapping claims.
Why the immigration authorities ID search of a domestic flight at JFK is on weak legal ground.
The president has ordered agencies to report “acts of gender-based violence against women … by foreign nationals." Advocates and mental-health practitioners are skeptical.
The president’s attacks on his predecessor may be intended to discredit the results of any inquiry into his 2016 campaign’s contacts with Russian officials.
In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the country carried out a wave of unconstitutional raids that affected as many as 1.8 million people. Is it on the verge of doing so again?
The attorney general’s testimony about communications with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign has landed him in hot water.
Unique authority granted to the golden state allows it to have a profound impact on emissions regulations.