The Fifth Circuit has left the six week abortion ban in Texas in effect in a ruling that also transfers the case to the Texas Supreme Court, the latest in a series of legal fights over the controversial law.
The rhetoric of governmental policy and the optics of “do something” governance are once again not adding up to effective government.
So what really are executive orders? Simply a way for a president to use dictatorial style power and usurp Congressional authority
The “accountability for Afghanistan” dog and pony show our elected and selected betters are performing proves what they think of us, the American people
Most Americans can now go back to their default positions on Afghanistan that preceded the Taliban taking the country: indifference.
With the situation in Afghanistan deteriorating by the moment, President Biden has released a statement on Afghanistan. Read It For Yourself
The Senate Democratic leadership has unveiled the $3.5 trillion Democrat budget blueprint they hope to pass on the heels of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package.
The looming Government Shutdown Theater and annual Failure Theater Kabuki is for after the joys and triumphs of Infrastructure Week!
With the Covid vaccine numbers going up, and unused doses starting to become an issue, questions are being asked of the Biden Administration
After getting pushback over his earlier decision to drastically reduce entrants, President Biden raises refugee limits. Read it for yourself
By executive order, President Joe Biden has made changes to the federal contractor minimum wage to $15 an hour along with other changes.
The proposed de-annexation and incorporation of affluent Buckhead from Atlanta proper is flaming up again down in Georgia
President Biden has announced the makeup of his promised Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States that has been staffing since February, along with an Executive Order.
President Biden announced six executive actions on gun control to address what he called the “public health crisis” of gun violence.
The United States Supreme Court will consider whether or not to reinstate the death penalty for the convicted Boston Marathon bomber.