Washington DC

Where Not to Eat in DC During the Inauguration

If you are attending the Inauguration and wish to avoid patronizing establishments that support organizations, like Planned Parenthood, with “agendas that are effectively the opposite of the incoming president’s” here's the list, as of January 5, of restaurants to avoid.

D.C. Seeks Stay in Order Striking Down Ban on Handguns in Public

Andrea Noble, Washington Times

Attorneys for Washington, D.C., said Sunday that they will seek to forestall a judge’s landmark ruling that struck down as unconstitutional the city’s ban on carrying handguns outside the home.

Book Review: A History Lover’s Guide To Washington, DC

If you have ever wondered how Washington’s street naming convention came to be, how DC's various "circles" got their names or how America’s founders, patriots and politicians left their mark on our nation’s capital city Alison Fortier's new book is a must read.

Washington's Pack of Pretenders

Tom Blumer, PJMedia

Preserving and expanding the government's (and their) power.

Nebraska Conservative Ben Sasse Fights the Ruling Class

We agree with Nebraska conservative Senate candidate Ben Sasse that breaking the “Iron Triangle” of Washington’s rent-seeking bureaucrats, lobbyists, and politicians must be a priority if we are to save what is left of American exceptionalism.

Tea Partiers Rally in Washington

David Sherfinski, Washington Times

The Tea Party Patriots’ “Audit the IRS” rally drew thousands of conservatives to the Capitol.

Sarah Palin Delivers At Faith And Freedom Conference

Sarah Palin Radio producer and host LaDonna Hale Curzon reporting from the Faith and Freedom Coalition's "Road to the Majority" conference in Washington, D.C., said as she has been known to do, Sarah Palin sent a message to the Republican establishment at this year's "Road to Majority" conference: "Don't you dare marginalize us (conservatives)." It wasn't clear if Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, was on hand to hear her words. Preibus spoke an hour earlier before Palin and if he wants to build a majority Party, he should be listening to what Governor Palin has to say.

This is How Washington Really Works

Timothy Carney, Washington Examiner

It’s a game: Lawmakers and staff subsidize businesses and then “retire” to work for them.