Citizens and companies increasingly cannot count on the stability of the law when making decisions about their lives and businesses.
This law is always being invoked in order to threaten political opponents, showing how it violates free speech protections.
Who's ready for a class war from the party of John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, and the Kennedy/Roosevelt clans?
You certainly didn't ask to see these three again on a presidential debate stage.
"No one has the right to make decisions that affect billions of people based solely on ideology."
House Select Committee report reinforces what we already knew: In moments of danger and stress, the Democratic elite will respond to violence with censorship
John Kerry visiting Belgium after terror attacks
The secretary of state is seeking helping in disrupting ISIS's "narrative" (and maybe a cameo on Fuller House).
Seventh Dispatch: U.S. reportedly threatens to walk out
Sixth Dispatch: The claim that pledges from 180 countries cover 95 percent of emissions is seriously misleading.
Fox Business Network at 8 p.m. ET. Show also includes Glenn Greenwald!
The secretary of state says there was "perhaps even a legitimacy" to the Charlie Hebdo massacre-no, strike that.
Iran has not been seeking a nuclear bomb.
Complaining that Iran is being Iran isn't much of an argument.
Two years and counting
Dozens of world leaders showed up for the Paris unity rally but not Barack Obama, Joe Biden, John Kerry, or Eric Holder
If renewable, new nuclear, or even fusion energy is actually becoming cheaper than conventional fossil fuels, why would the world need an international treaty at all?
John Kerry called it like it is, and neocons are throwing a tiresome fit.
The alliance with Egypt's military dictatorship shows the hypocrisy of President Barack Obama.
Nouri al-Maliki hasn't formed a government since winning a third term in April.
At least 26 have died in recent violence
Over its nuclear weapons program
Keeping hope alive on both sides of the issue.
Describes the situation in Syria as a "stalemate"
je ne sais pas private sector
Has said that the Ukrainian president's concessions do not go far enough