Government Gone Wild Archive
Senator Bernie Sanders owes hundreds of thousands of dollars to various cities who provided security services for him during his campaign, giving Americans a glimpse of a common problem with socialists.
President Trump on Wednesday hit at the media and defended his record by saying he is just trying to make America great again.
The Pentagon has more than 12,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday — about 3,500 more than the agency acknowledges publicly.
When 22-year-old college student Takiyah Thompson toppled a monument of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina, on Monday, she instantly became a hero of the liberal media — a counterbalance to the sick violence we saw in Charlottesville this past weekend. That sentiment only grew after, as WTVD-TV reports, Thompson was arrested at a
The Senate has delayed a vote on a proposal to repeal much of ObamaCare.
After months of speculation and White House leaks aimed at President Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, Kushner released an 11-page opening statement today that he plans to give before Congressional committees. It states that Kushner had minimal and meaningless contacts with the Russian government during the campaign and the transition period, and that not only was no important