A majority in both the Senate and House â 52 senators, 238 House members â have joined to oppose the Obama administration's move to ban a popular type of ammo used in the top-selling AR-15 rifle and pistol because it pierces police body armor. A week after the House members, led by Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte, sent a letter of opposition to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley echoed that in his own letter signed by 51 others. RELATED:Millions made rapping on guns, Snoop Dogg urges investors to sell gun stocks In their letter, the senators said that the 5.56 M855 green tip cartridge was exempted in a 1986 law, along with other rifle ammo from bans on armor-piercing rounds. The reason: popular rifle ammo is not used in shootouts with police.
Maddow Suggests Fox News Employees Send Each Other Racist Emails
Last week's drama in the House of Representatives , when Speaker John A. Boehner needed Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi to rescue him from his own rebellious party, looked like a messy disaster for Republicans . But it could have been worse.
Hillary Clinton’s press performance Tuesday afternoon was, truly, everything Americans could have hoped for from our former First Lady, Modern Joan of Arc, Lady Macbeth, Senate carpetbagger and eternal public Woman Scorned.
The battle over insurance subsidies.
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In The Wall Street Journal, Jason L. Riley writes that Ferguson, Mo., in 2015 is not Alabama in 1965. But liberals have reasons to pretend otherwise.
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BY PHILIP KLEIN, Washington ExaminerOn Monday, 47 Republican senators led by Tom Cotton, R-Ark., released an "open letter" to Iran's leaders noting that any deal the regime signs with President
The Associated Press filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the State Department to force the release of email correspondence and government documents from Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. The legal action comes after repeated requests filed under the U.S. Freedom of...
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers at the El Paso port of entry arrested 27-year-old Claudia Elizabeth Hernandez Rodriguez of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico after a failed attempt at smuggling cocaine across the border.
CBS: Clinton's Press Conference 'Raises Uncomfortable Questions' Even For Democrats (March 11, 2015)
And he didn’t comply with tax and campaign filing requirements.
Utah has passed a bill that would make it the only state to allow firing squads for carrying out a death penalty if there is a shortage of execution drugs.
In the press conference today Hillary admitted that she deleted emails, but made it appear as if they were all personal correspondences. Watch below: This basically comes down to Hillary saying, tr...
Never before in human history has a group of people been given the astounding opportunities Millennials experience today.
East Jerusalemite Muhammad Musallam appears to be shot to death by teen boy; 2nd jihadist vows to ‘liberate Jerusalem from you filth’
Using Twitter, email and telephone, Breitbart News made nearly a dozen good faith attempts Tuesday morning to obtain an explanation from the New York Daily News on its editorial guidelines when it comes to questioning the patriotism of others. Other
House Speaker John Boehner insists he's sticking with the Republican party even though he's repeatedly turned to Democrats to pass bills conservatives oppose.