Rand Paul likes to pick and choose which civil liberties he is in support of, but that's not exactly how the constitution is supposed to work.
Paul's incredible filibuster just changed and uplifted the state of the Republican Party, and the heavily-maligned CPAC will benefit from his scheduled appearance as such.
By inviting Allen West, Sarah Palin, and Mitt Romney while snubbing popular governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, CPAC is destroying its reputation.
Requests for the president to clarify his stance on targeting Americans for assassination on American soil don't go far enough. He needs to assure the country that it can never happen.
Jeb Bush might just be up next in his family line to run for office in 2016. His recent stance on immigration alone already isn't doing him any favors.
The Supreme Court will not hear a case that could have led to lifting the 105-year ban on direct corporate campaign contributions to candidates. Nothing changes.
Black conservatives will have a large presence at this year's CPAC. Here are eleven who are set to speak at the event.
Politicians hope for a continuing resolution to avert government shutdown, shortly after across-the-board spending cuts occurred. Is there enough bipartisanship left in Washington?