"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.
The Family Research Council president praised the Senate for passing its resolution of disapproval on Thursday.
The House already did something about it a month ago.
It depends on how you ask the question.
Americans United for Life analyzes the questions and the answers.
Normally, the government watchdog group wants access to public documents.
He's been recognized as one of the best in his agency.
First Liberty Institute has all the answers, even to some questions you might not have thought of.
"We give our pets greater legal protections than we provide to the future citizens of America."
Congress still hasn't given President Trump a bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment.
"We're here not simply to honor the past, but to devote ourselves to a new future."