(Feed generated with FetchRSS)
from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
An effort to legalize late-term abortion in Virginia was narrowly defeated in committee on Tuesday.
The USMCA multilateral trade deal moves toward congressional approval, unless Americans rise up to stop it.
There is a full-blown crisis on the U.S. southern border as the illegal invasions into the United States are escalating daily.
Webster University in St. Louis plans to operate a “safe space” in the fall of 2019 for recovering white people to admit that they are racists simply because they are white.
Constitutionally, special prosecutors must be under the direction of the president. Not only has Trump been stripped of this power, but such prosecutors are notoriously ineffective and biased.
The Democrats pronounced Trump's proposals, which would reopen the month-long government shutdown, as “non-starters,” but they might pass anyway.
National Review has long been considered a flagship publication for conservativsm, but is it really more of a Trojan Horse?
The Federal Government regularly exercises powers beyond those found in the Constitution, but several states are turning to nullification and interposition to mitigate this activity.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks denying President Donald Trump the national TV stage of the traditional State of the Union message will hurt him poltiically.
Now that Beto O’Rourke is testing the waters of a possible presidential bid for 2020, he is attempting to portray himself as a reasonable centrist, not the left-wing progressive he clearly is.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives and the Nebraska Senate introduced earlier this month resolutions to rescind any calls for a constitutional convention under Article V of the U.S. Constitution.
The World Council of Churches finds an enemy worth boycotting — Israel.
In the discussion of whether trade deals are good or bad, very rarely does anyone discuss the main consequence of the “free trade” agenda: loss of our nation’s sovereignty.
Trump claims that Mexico will cover the cost of the wall through the USMCA trade deal. But the USMCA is a bad deal, and the loss of national sovereignty required by it is simply too high a price to pay.
With Ginsburg's failing health, any vacancy on the Supreme Court could drastically affect both the Court itself, and ultimately the nation at large.