The Bush administration spent years feuding with The New York Times but the Grey Lady hardly ever backed down.
The UK's tax agency is putting forth a proposal that all employers send employee paychecks to the government, after which the government would deduct what it deems as the appropriate tax and pay the employees.
Despite the world slowly falling apart around us, trust in government is still higher today than it was in 1994, right before Republicans took over Congress, with Waco and Ruby Ridge then still recent memories.
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 4001 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148), it is hereby ordered as follows:
As homes still smoldered in a San Bruno neighborhood after a gas line ruptured and sparked a massive inferno Thursday, residents in the area said they had complained about a gas smell for weeks. People who live in the in the Crestmoore neighborhoo
Beware the green police. They don't carry guns and there's no police academy to train them, but if you don't recycle your trash properly, they can walk up your driveway and give you a $100 ticket. They know what's in your trash, they know what yo
by W. R. McAfee, Sr. Was it the Roman or Greek senate that was debating when the barbarians began to filter in and sit down beside them while their debates were in progress? Think modern day barbarians behind the curtain who’ve already taken over
Washington is abuzz over who will replace White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel should he choose to leave his position to run for mayor of Chicago.
The Arizona representative for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Pamela Senzee, invites press to join her at Congressman Ed Pastor’s office on Thursday, September 9, to hear about the group’s shocking findings.
THE government of President Hamid Karzai may be awash in corruption, venality and graft, but if you walk the tattered halls of the ministries here, it is remarkably easy to find an honest man.
“lifetime income options for retirement plans.”
Pat Tillman gave up his professional football career to join the Army Rangers in 2002—and became an instant symbol of patriotic fervor and unflinching duty. But the truth about Pat Tillman is far more complex, and ultimately more heroic
Pakistani army cancels US trip after 'unwarranted' security checks at Washington airport
The United States of America are in trouble. To some, it is a horrible surprise. Many others have helplessly watched it coming for years.
The family of murdered British spy Gareth Williams today accused the government of running a 'dirty tricks' campaign to blacken his name.'
In the midst of recent controversies over Facebook’s privacy settings, it’s easy to forget how much personal information is available from other sources on the Internet. But the government remembers.
Seeing Infrared The U.S. Navy wanted to boost sailors' night vision so they could spot infrared signal lights during World War II. However, infrared wavelengths are normally beyond the sensitivity of human eyes.
WikiLeaks had asked the Obama administration for help in removing names of Afghans before releasing the documents, a claim the Pentagon vehemently denied.
Friends of the secretive founder of WikiLeaks claimed yesterday that he was the victim of a smear campaign after prosecutors withdrew a warrant for his arrest in connection with rape and molestation allegations.
The Department of Justice is seeking to hire linguists fluent in Ebonics to help monitor, translate, and transcribe the secretly recorded conversations of subjects of narcotics investigations. A maximum of 9 Ebonics experts will work with the DEA
Judge Andrew Napolitana speaking about Natural rights Patriot Act.
As the United States military prepares to leave Iraq by the end of 2011, the Obama administration is planning a remarkable civilian effort, buttressed by a small army of contractors, to fill the void.
It was another of those great TV moments. Embedded reports filming as the “last” brigade of American troops in Iraq cross the border into Kuwait bringing over seven years of unhappy conflict to its final, conclusive end. America was, at last, at peac
Former Governor Jesse Ventura warns that Homeland Security is rapidly becoming the American Gestapo, as Ventura still fumes over the fact that the feds tried to stop him from filming the JFK memorial at Arlington Cemetery.
Former Vice President Gore is calling for major rallies to protest congressional inaction on climate change.
For the last 7 1/2 months your labor has belonged to someone else – the state. Today, August 19, is the day you have finally payed off your share of the cost of big government.
Jimmy Cirrito said his bartenders have been entertaining his customers -- by juggling bottles of alcohol and spitting out streams of flames using matchbooks and lighters -- for more than a decade and no one's complained. But shortly after midnight on
Sharron Angle leaned across a table in her campaign office here, defending her suddenly embattled campaign to defeat Senator Harry Reid.
General David Petraeus isn’t planning to wake up one morning after July 2011 and order his troops out of Afghanistan’s provinces all at once. Instead, his idea is to slowly and deliberately remove small units, district by district, in an intricate pr
George Orwell wrote: “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.”