Let's think about whether all acts of Congress deserve our respect and obedience. Suppose Congress enacted a law – and the Supreme Court ruled it constitutional – requiring American families to attend church services at least three times a month.
Three decades ago, political leadership was in a bull market. Today, it is in a bear market.
The American Meat Institute called a conference last week to discuss the issue of meat glue.
Most people would logically believe that the U.S. government works for the citizens of America – after all, that is why we continue to pay taxes, right?
Ellis' mother, 96-year-old Sally Young, signed over part of her grazing lease to allow construction of the plant more than 40 years ago, one of hundreds of families that gave up land for a promise of jobs and a stronger economy. Her family said she w
President Admits He Sometimes Forgets the Magnitude of the Recession President Obama asked voters to forgive him if he sometimes fails to feel their pain over lost employment, foreclosed homes, and mounting personal debt. “I've led kind of a sh
There's a new boogeyman around every corner according to the state. Will you allow these irrational fears to overtake legitimate concerns? What are we really afraid of? With increasing discontent spreading among the American populace, many people are
Sibel Edmonds' new book, Classified Woman, is like an FBI file on the FBI, only without the incompetence.
The U.S. military taught its future leaders that a “total war” against the world’s 1.4 billion Muslims would be necessary to protect America from Islamic terrorists, according to documents obtained by Danger Room.
Nine months ago, a tremendous controversy began with a simple e-mail: ”Gentlemen, The BART Police require the M-Line wireless from the Trans Bay Tube Portal to the Balboa Park Station, to be shut down today between 4 pm & 8.
A hacker group calling itself the Russian branch of Anonymous has claimed responsibility for shutting down the websites of the Kremlin and the Russian President.
Ecuador’s legislature has passed a bill that would require banks to forgive any outstanding debt on mortgages for first-time home buyers of properties worth up to $146,000 if they default and forfeit the home.
A raid conducted by federal authorities and local law enforcement in Florida is being used to portray anti-government sentiment as dangerous and potentially violent.
Welcome to Colwyn, Pennsylvania, where cops taser each other for giggles, and the mayor declares a state of emergency after county agents raid the police department in the course of an investigation into the torture of a local teen in a jail cell. Fo
The list of those facing federal bribery inquiries stretches well beyond 100 and includes prominent names such as Pfizer, 3M, Goldman Sachs and Alcoa. Even icons of corporate responsibility such as General Electric and IBM have paid hefty sums to set
There is immense confusion about the nature of the State. There is even more bewilderment about what constitutes a patriot. Any discussion in the civic realm begins with a cultural viewpoint.
Has Israel’s leadership come down with mad-Jew disease?
“The trouble with us Israelis is that we’ve become the victims of our own propaganda.” — General Shlomo Gazit
News has emerged that in order to reach a truce in the most restive Afghan provinces, the US has secretly released several dozen high-ranking Afghan militants.
Taking a novel approach, the Pentagon is spearheading research into studying the predictive behavior of personnel in the lead-up to a betrayal.
At a meeting of Syria's opposition, Muslim Brotherhood officials gather round Marxists colleagues, nudging them to produce policy statements for the Syrian National Council, the main political group challenging President Bashar al-Assad.
Ninety-six years ago, when President Woodrow Wilson ran for re-election, two notable things happened: 1) His campaign used the slogan "He kept us out of war," and 2) he won.
Lawyer: Detainees Use 'Peaceful Resistance to an Unjust System'
After reporting this week on a Pentagon-created plan for interning activists at re-education camps, questions were asked about the US Army manual that allegedly outlines the resettling of US citizens. Can Americans be sent to propaganda prisons?
Obama Autobiography Revealed to Be Mostly Fictitious President Obama's putative autobiography—Dreams from My Father—is apparently mostly “made up stuff.” Nonexistent characters and imaginary events comprise the bulk of the content. The only verifi
Bolivia has announced the seizure of a Spanish energy company, hot on the heels of Argentina’s expropriation of YPF.
Sunday's French election assures business as usual
More Arbitrary Arrests, Security Forces Attacking Media Workers
Mothballed for a decade, the Joliet Correctional Center could be temporarily reopened to serve as a detention facility for those arrested for serious offenses during the May 20-21 NATO summit.
British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted Sunday he had struck no secret deals with media baron Rupert Murdoch whereby policy was traded for his newspapers' political support.