A conservative political analyst believes Chris Christie could fill the establishment void if GOP frontrunner Jeb Bush falters.
A former advisor to Lady Margaret Thatcher believes Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party could win the most seats in Thursday’s elections, but not enough to establish a majority government.
With more than 50 percent of Democrats viewing socialism favorably, 2016 Independent presidential candidate Sen. Bernie might be taking away some of rival Hillary Clinton’s steam from her progressive voter base.
A former advisor to Lady Margaret Thatcher says the British Conservative Party has moved quickly to deal with controversy over an anti-Semitic slur made by a party member against the Jewish leader of the rival Labour Party.
A conservative political analyst believes that the willingness of Republican politicians to compromise on homosexual "marriage" is a sign conservatives have lost the culture war in America.
A conservative political scientist says Bernie Sanders might be viewed as the front man for Elizabeth Warren in a challenge to Hillary Clinton.
A free market think tank is calling Boeing to task for refusing to disclose the contents of correspondence related to a large donation the aircraft manufacturer made to the Clinton Foundation.
A traditional values leader is now weighing in on Senator Marco Rubio's comments on homosexuality as fitting neatly with left-wing activists.
There's a new poll on the federal government's Renewable Fuel Standard, but not everyone agrees with the results.
A border enforcement advocacy organization is encouraged by recent comments made by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
A Canadian educator and pro-family activist says Canada could lose God's blessing if Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative Party is defeated in the national elections this fall.
A conservative political analyst observes that former president George W. Bush is condemning President Obama's foreign policy because his younger brother is running for president.
A former Justice Department attorney says despite optimism that a Republican may be elected president next year, the Democratic Party still has a political weapon that could give it a substantial advantage in every national election.
A pro-family activist says he's disappointed that several Republican presidential hopefuls are giving mixed signals about their views on same-sex "marriage."
Congress, which rarely overturns laws passed by the Washington, DC, city council, is making a move to intervene with one law but treading lightly with another.
Politico is reporting that conservatives fear Republican leaders are giving up their efforts to repeal ObamaCare.