Congressman Peter DeFAZIO discusses how he was denied access to martial law plan
Representatives Barney Frank and Ron Paul introduced a new bill aimed at squashing the foolish UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006). Their Bill would prohibit the Department of The Treasury and Federal Reserve System from propos
Government employs 22,387,000 Americans, 8,744,000 more than manufacturing. Even the category leisure and hospitality employs 13,682,000 Americans, slightly more than manufacturing. There are as many waitresses and bartenders as production workers.
Big worries for the nation's first high-tech census should have been obvious when tests showed some of the door-to-door headcounters couldn't figure out their fancy new handheld computers. Now, officials say, technology problems could add as
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court turned down an appeal Monday from a county sheriff who objects to transporting jail inmates for elective abortions.
ARIZONA - Now on to the Senate …!
It's as if it's being done on purpose. But will the people free themselves of their government addiction and take back their lives? They'll have to if they wish to survive.
It can stop you from voting, destroy your dental appointments, make it difficult to rent a car or book a flight, even interfere with your college exams. More than 50 years into the Information Age, computers are still getting confused by the apostrop
Professor Philip James said...that action was needed now, even without clear evidence of the best options.
Libertarian Activist and Ron Paul Blimp Guy, Jerry Collette is now the Interim Attorney General for the Republic of Lakotah.
Authorities reported the "black yeast" in bottled water used to get local residents used to the river water that will be the main water source in Albuquerque next fall, poses little risk to the public....[faith in government builds a
Hearts unmoved by such cases [the spectacle of sadistic violence being inflicted on dusky-skinned foreign terrorist suspects] tend to melt at the spectacle of a slender, helpless woman shrieking in fear and impotent rage as she is pinned down and vio
Entrepreneurs are capable of surprising things we can’t predict, but which will undoubtedly make our lives better. If environmentalists would let free enterprise and market competition work their magic, the environment would get better seemingly on
On Dec. 27, news broke that suggested that Means' approach does have some resonance with, if not support from, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council: "Tribe Official Says Council Will Consider Treaty Pullout."
Millions of $40 government coupons become available Tuesday to help low-tech television owners buy special converter boxes for older TVs that will not work after the switch to digital broadcasting Feb. 18, 2009. [ah, what digital converters?]
GAO says: "To close the fiscal gap under Baseline Extended would require action today equal to about a 23 percent increase in revenue or reduction in programmatic spending. . ."Under our Alternative simulation [much more realistic], waiting
What is your biggest wish for Christmas? A new coat? New diamond ring? Your children bring home A's? What if your biggest wish for Christmas turned out to be "World Peace"? Well then, you've come to the right column!
We raise our voices in unison to say to President Bush, to Vice President Cheney, to other members of the Bush Administration (past and present), to a majority of Congress, including Utah’s entire congressional delegation, and to the mainstream media
The vast majority of émigrés are in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. And some may not ever return. Scroll to the middle of this report to read the story under "Exit US"
"... the immigration department’s focus is different," she said. "It cannot afford to import people into the country who are going to be a significant drain on our health resources."
Chicago drivers have a new way to pay for gasoline: with their fingertips. Shell gas stations are testing biometric systems that let consumers walk up to the pump, scan their fingertips on a device and fill up their vehicles. The systems are directly
A boy playing with matches has confessed to starting a wildfire that destroyed 63 structures near Los Angeles, officials said. The unidentified youngster, believed to be a preteen, was questioned by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department investi
John "Pat" Philbin, the Director of Public Affairs responsible for FEMA's recent faked news conference, is effectively receiving a promotion. Philbin's new job was an "amazing opportunity to head the communications shop at ODNI
A Southern California couple is facing criminal charges after allegedly being caught with 375 pounds of “bathtub” cheese at an open-air market. They were arrested for selling a variety of unlicensed cheeses to the public and on felony cheese making c
Today, we all extend our sympathies and prayers to those devastated by the wildfires in California. Millions of Americans are impacted by this natural disaster. I look at the natural disaster and feel compelled to ask where is our National Guard?
Faced with unrelenting winds whipping wildfires into a frenzy across Southern California, firefighters conceded defeat on many fronts Tuesday to an unstoppable force that has chased an estimated 1 million people away.
Hundreds of thousands of people fled as out-of-control wildfires raged across California, threatening homes and stretching emergency services to breaking point. At least 13 fires were blazing throughout southern California with thousands of firefi
More than 30 organizations have joined forces to urge the U.S. Senate to remove a provision from an appropriations bill that directs tax money to a Louisiana group that promotes creationism.
California's cigar-loving leader Arnold Schwarzenegger has passed a law making it an offense to smoke in a car carrying children under the age of 18, official sources said.
A kilogram just isn't what it used to be. The 118-year-old cylinder that is the international prototype for the metric mass, kept tightly under lock and key outside Paris, is mysteriously losing weight — if ever so slightly.