Internet-Regulating FEC Commissioner to Resign

Democratic commissioner has been no-show from public meetings since early December

Ann RavelA Democratic Federal Election Commission official who pushed to regulate the internet and has been absent from public meetings for months is resigning, according to an announcement.

The Soul of Republicanism

Review: Daniel Dreisbach, 'Reading the Bible With the Founding Fathers'

In the summer of 1787, the nascent American experiment reached a point of crisis. Meeting inside Independence Hall amid the stifling Philadelphia heat, delegates to the Constitutional Convention could not agree on a scheme of representation for a new national government, among other contentious issues.

Senior White House Officials Support Bolton To Replace Flynn

Former U.N. ambassador championed by Flynn loyalists

Senior White House officials and members of the National Security Council are pushing former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton as a replacement for ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to multiple sources in and out of the White House who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.