EEOC Vows to Appeal Judge's Ruling This past week, U.S. District Court Judge Roger Titus dismissed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's contention that the use of criminal background checks for prospective employees unfairly discriminates
If the House of Representatives passes Senate Amnesty Bill 744, the United States of America will be flooded with over 100 million immigrants within the next 37 years by 2050. (Source: US Population Projections by Fogel/Martin)
Have you ever visited a bar when a drunk sauntered up to you with a story that began, “You ain’t gonna’ believe this, but have you heard the story about….”
US Backed Syrian Rebels Reportedly Massacre Women and Children Anti-Assad rebels from the Jabhat al-Nusra Front are reported to have carried out a raid on the Syrian town of Tal Abyad near the Turkish border this past week. Rebel troops are said t
Former Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm said, “We are the only country in history that deliberately changed its ethnic makeup, and history has few examples of “diversity” creating a stable society.”
Snowden Asylum Irks Administration Russia's decision to grant a temporary one-year asylum to NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden was described as “unfortunate” and “extremely disappointing” by Presidential Press Secretary Jay Carney. Carney contr
NSA Demands Passwords and Security Questions/Answers CNET reports that Internet service providers are being pressed by the National Security Agency to turn over users' passwords and security questions and answers to the Government. While many see
AG Assails Zimmerman Verdict The acquittal of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin spurred an incensed Attorney General Eric Holder to vow to rein-in “the senseless concept of self-defense.” A Florida jury decided that Zimmerm
With endless irony, in the 513 days since Zimmerman dispatched Trayvon Martin, 11,300 black people suffered deaths at the hands of nearly that same amount of black people. In other words, blacks kill blacks with growing alacrity.
President to Defy Congressional Cut to Syrian Arms Aid Concerned over evidence that some of the weapons the US has been supplying to enemies of the Syrian government have fallen into the hands of jihadists inimical to US interests, both the House
Obamacare Fiasco Blamed on GOP This past week the Obama Administration unilaterally decreed a postponement in the legislated deadline for implementation of the employer compliance component of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). While many have q
When I was young, I felt a need to understand politics, and I spent time studying. But as time progressed, I received diminishing returns on that investment. And in the past few years, I have given it up altogether.
More Government Spying Uncovered The massive invasion of Americans' privacy by the federal government isn't the exclusive turf of the National Security Agency (NSA). Information released in response to a Freedom of Information Act filing indicates
Congressman Demands “More Balanced” Campaign against Terrorism Representative Jim McDermott (D-Wash) directed pointed criticism at the FBI's focus on Islamic terrorists. His criticism was sparked by a bus ad that featured photos of 16 suspected te
This Saturday at the Arizona State Capitol Lawn petitions will be available to help place Jan Brewer's Medicaid expansion on the ballot.
FBI Says “All Options Are on the Table” for Bringing Leaker to Justice FBI director Robert Mueller promised that his agency “will be taking action against Edward Snowden for disclosing confidential government activities. There is no greater threat
President Says Gov't Spying on Citizens “a Modest Encroachment on 4th Amendment Rights” Reports this last week that the federal government is compiling records of every phone call made in America and securing copies of every email and Internet pos
Glenn Jacobs, better known as Kane, is a smart and likable guy.
DOJ to Crack Down on Excessive Criticism of Muslims Bill Killian, the US Attorney for the Eastern district of Tennessee, says that social media comments critical of Islam that the Department of Justice deems “excessive” will be subject to “enforce
Pelosi Absolves President in Spate of Scandals House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) sought to absolve President Obama from any blame in the burgeoning plume of scandals surrounding his Administration by forcefully asserting that “he doesn'
Attempt to Morph “Bad Luck” into Scandals “Unfair,” Says Carney President Obama's Press Secretary Jay Carney bristled at the suggestion the Administration is embroiled in three major scandals. “What scandals?” Carney demanded to know. “The Preside
The more that one begins to look into Adam Kokesh’s background, the more one begins to question the real intentions and motives he has.
President Tells Grads that Fear of Tyranny a “Mental Illness” In a commencement address to graduates of Ohio State University, President Obama urged them to eschew “the deranged rantings of those who see growth of government as antithetical to hum
Senate blocks entry to hearing on campaign finance reform
U.S. Major General Smedley Butler said, “WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives....
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell Not an Anomaly Details on how Dr. Kermit Gosnell dispatched babies who survived late term abortions by “snipping their spinal cords” are as grisly as any contemporary “slasher film.” Unfortunately, the practice of dispos
Administration Brochure Touts Food Stamp Benefits for Foreigners It was recently discovered that the Obama Administration has been working jointly with the Mexican government to inform that country's illegal migrants to the United States of their
Hancock noted that many readers feel so infuriated or intimidated by my commentaries on FreedomsPhoenix, he created a “delete” button they could engage to block any of my columns from their view. That won't stop reality!
Tonights discussion will be on the Glen Beck smoking gun.
Boston Bombing Inspires Array of Reactions Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano denied that the Administration's 45% cut in the budget for bomb prevention would have made any difference. “As I have said many times before, the greatest