Florida Senator Marco Rubio has recently questioned whether the State Department is failing to enforce human trafficking provisions when it comes to foreign officials in the U.S.
President Obama has made it abundantly clear that he views the Constitution and Congress as irritating impediments to his progressive agenda – so he routinely ignores both.
Putting aside the fact that Islamists around the world and in America are at war with America and want to destroy everything we hold dear, the Obama Homeland Security Department has decided to give special deference to these haters of freedom.
The Thomas More Society is speaking out about blatant bias by the supposedly apolitical tax-collection agency. Cases handled by the Chicago-based public interest law firm support mounting accusations that demonstrate the agency’s abuse of pro-life organizations, in addition to those identified as ‘tea party’, ‘patriot’, or ‘government spending’ groups.
CNS News is reporting that billionaire atheist George Soros was involved in the IRS scandal that targeted conservative and religious groups for discriminatory treatment.
This week, 59 legislators sent a letter of concern to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel about the Pentagon meetings with anti-Christian atheist Mikey Weinstein.
The letter demands that Hagel explain why the Pentagon met with Weinstein, the founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
It’s never comforting to have one’s longstanding fears confirmed. Yet, that’s exactly what’s happened over the last week as Americans have been presented with a stunning array of facts that diminish faith in our government.
The Congressional Prayer Caucus, co-founded by GING-PAC Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA), is closely monitoring the relentless attacks on religious liberty in the U.S. Armed Forces. The situation is getting worse, not better and began in 2009, shortly after Obama took office
During the last week of April, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann took to the floor of the House of Representatives to attack the ghoulish practices of abortionist Kermit Gosnell.
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt (R) recently released a statement on the IRS targeting conservative groups during the 2012 election cycle.