"It's interesting how things come full circle."
He's backing candidates in the GOP primary because "there's too much at stake."
Rep. Brad Wenstrup will speak to a Family Research Council audience on Thursday.
Kentucky Appeals Court's decision has enormous implications for First Amendment rights everywhere.
The watchdog has sued for access to record of Russia's alleged election tampering.
"It has been abundantly clear that the Palestinians have failed to live up to their obligations and commitments."
He will play a big role in the continued effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.
"It's around 100,000 a year are being killed just for their faith."
Some of them back up claims made in a recent movie about Clinton Foundation cronyism.
"The Jewish people have left an indelible mark on American culture."
"We're going to protect the people that are protecting us."
And what he's up to won't be good for the country at all if he succeeds.
"Judicial Watch doesn't trust the IRS, especially given its dishonesty about Lois Lerner's emails."
Obama administration officials clearly knew about these "security gaps."
Attorneys vow to continue fighting with new legal action.
The vice president weighed in on the implications for America.
So, he sent 60,000 pounds of high explosives raining down on one Syrian air base.
He summed it up in just 23 words—none of which gave Kim Jong-un what he was looking for.
"The Establishment Clause exists to ensure that the government cannot affirmatively impose or elevate one religion over another."
Tony Perkins says, "We must give this everything we've got and stand united."
The Department of State must also address how many "responsive" emails it found on six other disks it received from the FBI.