Nothing brings political enemies together in Wisconsin like the Green Bay Packers. Following a controversial game-ending call by replacement referees that cost Green Bay a win over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football, Wisconsin official
It's no secret that the foreign policy of the United States tends to reflect the world views of the occupant of the White House.
Chief Paudert chided his son and his nephew and told them to “get off their butts and back on the interstate,” where they had a better chance of finding a vehicle carrying contraband or a sizeable amount of cash that could be seized and “forfeited.”
With the retirement of 110 government-owned chimpanzees, the end of medical research on man’s closest living relative may be near.
Executive Order Authorizing Government Control of Internet Nearing Completion Secretary Janet Napolitano told a Senate committee that the Administration is drafting an Executive Order that would grant her Department of Homeland Security “sweeping
Reading an article here on the DP about real estate by Catherine Austin Fitts, I found a link in the comments section at the site of the original article which lead me to this article on illicit drug money.
If you had any doubt that the ongoing coup by bankers and their allies was proceeding apace, the latest story from Shahien Nasiripour of the Financial Times should settle all doubts.
Why do presidents campaign as economic wizards but govern as foreign policy leaders? The first thing to realize is that presidents are not doing this on purpose. Their focus on foreign policy actually reveals the constraints on the modern American pr
Major gaffe overshadows appearance at Univison forum
“In 1992 the Food and Drug Administration decided that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are the functional equivalent of conventional foods. They arrived at this decision without testing GMOs for allergenicity, toxicity, anti-biotic resistance a
Although the Republican controlled House of Representatives recently passed Audit the Fed, HR 459, Audit the Fed will never pass nor will the Fed ever be abolished legislatively.
All political candidates call themselves freedom-lovers, but they are not. Neither major party really opposes government control of the economy or of our personal lives.
The National Security Agency is claiming immunity from an Electronic Frontier Foundation lawsuit that argues warrantless wiretapping violates the rights of U.S. citizens
Pentagon officials slammed Lockheed Martin Corp's performance on the $396 billion F-35 fighter jet program and said they would not bail out the program again if problems with the plane's cutting-edge pilot helmet and software were not resolved.
Video: Tom Woods Unloads on Jesse Benton and John Tate
If you are seeking an amusing yet disconcerting diversion from QE talk, please consider Lawmaker fined about $4,000 for insulting EU chief.
Irresistible Force Paradox
9/11 is the biggest event in our life time, and yet here we sit a decade later, and the average American has not put any logical thought into what happened that day.
The murder of the American ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, and three of his staff in Benghazi in retaliation for a US-made video slandering the Prophet Mohamed will have serious repercussions in the US weeks before the presidential election.
The letters are sent to people who have written bad checks, threatening them with jail if they do not pay up. They bear the seal and signature of the local district attorney’s office. But the letters are from debt-collection companies,
There is a long history in Presidential elections, and the Muslims are not stupid -- The American people typically will not change a President during a significant armed conflict or other time of material international disruption.
Attacks on US Embassies Seen as Boost for President's Reelection Morale in President Obama's reelection campaign is said to be soaring since Muslim mobs have attacked US embassies in the Middle East. “Anything that gets the dismal economic news
A new paper recommended as a "required read" to Business Insider by hedge fund legend Cliff Asness charges that America is getting swindled by the investment management industry.
MEP Nigel Farage provided a much-needed dose of reality to the peculiar pontifications of Barroso’s state of the union speech last night. Concerned at the fanaticism of Europe’s ever more concentrated power-base, summed up by his interpretation of Ba
With Russia openly accusing the West of using Al Qaeda as their direct, militant proxies in Syria and beyond...
Yesterday, news broke that the US government has awarded a whopping $104 million to convicted felon and former inmate Bradley Birkenfeld.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is suggesting that a retired Navy SEAL be punished for writing a book giving an insider's account of the U.S. raid that killed terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
It shouldn't surprise us that the role of American business is increasingly vilified or viewed with skepticism.
During the Vietnam War, Sweden was an independent country with a moral conscience, and Sweden gave sanctuary to US war protestors who refused the draft. Washington realized the cost to itself and purchased the Swedish government in order to prevent a
Commercial fisherman questioned over purchase of a few boxes of ammo even as feds buy bullets in huge quantities