Congress has been tackling human trafficking this week with action in the House, and one approach to dealing with it involves putting an end to the commercial sex industry.
Border security and the evangelical vote – could they be two major factors in determining who the GOP chooses as its standard-bearer in the 2016 presidential sweepstakes?
A U.S.-born Israeli author and expert on the Middle East believes President Obama himself was responsible for a former campaign strategist being dispatched to Israel to help organize a grassroots effort to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A health policy analyst thinks the Obama administration's plan to overhaul Medicare payments to doctors and hospitals is a "positive step," but she hopes more information is forthcoming.
A black, conservative activist and political pundit is concerned that renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson could face the same fate as a previous black, conservative presidential hopeful if he enters the 2016 presidential race.
An organization of young Americans thinks President Obama's plan to tax families' college savings - which has now been scrubbed - was more about control than anything else.
A former U.S. Justice Department attorney says the Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee should demand that attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch affect a course correction at the DOJ related to national security.
A critic of Medicaid expansion has created a parody of Ohio's governor and his belief that Medicaid expansion is a good thing.
A former diplomat and public servant considers it "outrageous" that the U.S ranks as a "mostly free" country when it comes to economic freedom.
A conservative activist and political pundit suggests that conservatives need to get behind a 2016 presidential candidate who is solid on all three legs of the conservative stool.
If lawmakers would look at entitlement programs to balance the budget, an analyst says it wouldn't take too much to get things on track.
A high-profile Republican on Capitol Hill is alleging that the White House is doing all it can to quell "devastating testimony" by a former CIA director about what happened the night of the terrorist attack in Benghazi almost two-and-a-half years ago that left four Americans dead.
The head of a messianic Jewish ministry is accusing President Obama of secretly trying to defeat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the upcoming elections.
The U.S. House will soon deal with one aspect of the trafficking problem in the United States as it considers a bill introduced by a newcomer to Capitol Hill.
When dealing with the issue of poverty, a Christian leader says presidential candidates must first deal with what works and what does not.
A political analyst says U.S. senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have little chance of securing the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.