The suspect, 25-year-old Noah Green, is reportedly connected to the Nation of Islam.
Not all sexual misdeeds are sex trafficking.
Even Joe Biden and Barack Obama were willing to acknowledge this basic fact just a few years ago.
What about the federal government's own health experts?
Are Mitch McConnell's threats credible, or is he a paper tiger?
Legislators view the disease as a license to spend like there’s no tomorrow.
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The House Just Approved Two Background Check Bills That Would Make an Unfair, Irrational Gun Policy Even Worse
One measure would require checks for nearly all firearm transfers, while the other would increase delays in completing sales.
What does this have to do with the pandemic? Nothing.
Californians Rejected a Harsh Law That Destroyed Freelance Jobs. Congress Is Trying To Make It Federal Law.
The PRO Act would demolish the gig economy for the benefit of labor unions and would undermine right-to-work laws.
The measure could also make it illegal for states to create new tax credit programs, such as those used for expanding school choice.
A California rule and a bill approved by the House seem designed to chill freedom of speech and freedom of association.
State Revenue Is 'Virtually Flat.' Local Government Revenue Is Up Slightly. Congress Wants To Give Them $350 Billion Anyway.
The Democrats' COVID bill showers billions of unneeded dollars on state and local governments.
The Senate is preparing to pass a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that has very little to do with the pandemic, and we all know it. Congress should admit as much.
One bill would require lengthy disclaimers on all online political ads.
Congress throws far too much money at special interests.
Violent acts are already illegal, and new tools will inevitably be used against those who annoy the powerful.
The STURDY Act would mandate new testing standards to prevent dressers from killing people.
Rep. Peter Meijer has a plan to provide bigger stimulus checks to needy Americans while cutting extraneous elements from the Biden relief bill.
Under a bill the two senators reintroduced on Friday, all presidential emergency declarations would expire after 72 hours unless Congress votes to allow them to continue.
The anti-discrimination law seems designed to divide when compromise would better serve to expand federal protections.
Strategic politicking, police union influence, or both?
Despite Its Own Warning That 'Congress Itself Is the Target,' the Capitol Police Did Not Expect Anything Like Last Month's Riot
The agency also missed an FBI bulletin citing "specific calls for violence."
Fewer low wage businesses also means fewer job opportunities for low wage workers.
This misguided effort to combat "misinformation" is a brazen assault on free speech.
The 33-year-old lawmaker, who occupies Justin Amash's old seat, on how his party needs to reclaim the mantle of limited government, capitalism, and individualism.
Leaving Aside Trump's Role in Provoking the Capitol Riot, His Reaction to It Was Enough To Justify Impeachment
He betrayed his oath and duties as president by hesitating to intervene and refusing to unambiguously condemn the violence.
The plan would redistribute wealth, create distortions, and grow government.
The 33-year-old successor to Justin Amash's House seat says his party has abandoned limited government, economic freedom, and individualism.
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Under fire for endorsing wacky conspiracy theories, the Georgia representative blames the internet.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Presents Republicans With a Sadly Familiar Choice Between Blind Loyalty to Trump and a Basic Respect for Reality
The Georgia representative has embraced nearly every crazy conspiracy theory that is popular on the right.
Ramming a $15 Minimum Wage Bill Through the Senate Using Reconciliation Would Be a Norm-Busting Mistake
The reconciliation process exists for a reason. Discarding it for political expediency should be viewed with skepticism.
Abolishing the filibuster will make it even harder for the Senate to function.
Now is the time to act.
Partisans who abandon constitutional principles because they prove inconvenient are in for a rude surprise when the other team wins.
Their letter to Congress warns about inevitable abuses against religious and racial minorities.
Among many other things, it cites recent writings by VC bloggers Jonathan Adler, Keith Whittington and myself.
The rookie GOP congressman describes Capitol Hill chaos, says that some Republicans who knew better voted against election certification out of physical fear, and explains how serving in Iraq and Afghanistan made him want to "end the endless wars."
The senator is a performer and nothing more.
In a Thursday afternoon announcement, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D–Calif.) said Trump committed "an act of sedition" by inciting a riot on Wednesday afternoon.
The usually rote process was marred by President Donald Trump's conspiracy theories and a Republican attempt to thwart the outcome, but the result is now official.
Trump said the "Save America March" would be peaceful, but his apocalyptic rhetoric had predictable consequences.