March 15, 2001 Secretary of the Interior, Gale Norton, has said that Clinton’s last-second monument designations will stand because there has been no outcry from property rights advocates. In fact, the...

March 4, 2001 The price of first-class postage stamps will rise to 37 cents on June 30th. In fiscal 2001, the post office lost a whopping $1.68 billion, despite grabbing $3 billion in increased...

By Tom DeWeese The Republicans won the November 7th election and now control both the White House and the Congress, the latter by a small margin, but even in horse races, you can...

By Tom DeWeese It is no surprise that Hillary Clinton's first act as a U.S. Senator is an attempt to abolish the Electoral College. Her central philosophy of government ...

Perhaps you remember Paul Begala. He’s the former Clinton White House official who now serves as the liberal side of the MSNBC cable network news program “Equal Time.” His conservative counterpart is none...

Action Alert!                Action Alert! January 16, 2001 John Ashcroft, President-elect Bush's nominee for U.S. Attorney General, is set to undergo congressional hearings,...

Your Congressman is sick of you. He’s sick of your petitions. He’s sick of your phone calls. He’s sick of your opinions. In fact, the only things he isn’t sick of are your...