I don't smoke, and haven't in many years. I happen to hate the smell of cigarettes these days. And I totally oppose this, the latest in a series of un-Constitutional bans on a legal activity engaged in on private property.
Voters in Puerto Rico are preparing to reconsider the island’s relationship with the federal government. This is the first time since 1998 that voters have been asked to reconsider the fate of the island territory. No matter what the results of th
Mann believed "universal public education was the best way to turn the nation's unruly children into disciplined, judicious republican citizens." The whole thing was designed to produce a seething throng of people ready to take orders,
White-collar federal employees are underpaid on average by about 35 percent compared with the private sector, a widening of the “pay gap,” which stood at about 26 percent last year, an advisory group said Friday.
President Humiliates Jon Stewart President Obama's appearance on the Daily Show turned into a major coup for his reelection campaign. Obama inverted host Jon Stewart's gibe about his response to the Benghazi attack with a crushing rebuttal. Ste
Petraeus Pushes for Bigger Drone Fleet
There has been quite a stir recently in anarchist circles on facebook regarding the imprisonment of three individuals from the Pacific northwest for refusing to cooperate with the feds.
Among the arguments we hear adduced in favor of the restrictive regime we must not forget that which is founded on national independence.
I don't know about you, but I take a look at my financial situation pretty regularly. I like to keep tabs on my family's spending and keep things under control. I also like to reduce or eliminate any unnecessary expenses.
Our leaders need to be held accountable, says journalist Heather Brooke.
Twitter has for the first time blocked an account using a new tool that allows it to bar content in individual countries, shutting out a banned German neo-Nazi group at the behest of local authorities.
With the rise of the internet reformation, many students are discovering they can educate themselves more thoroughly and cheaply online. Minnesota is looking to put a stop to that by making free online courses illegal.
Today is Monday, October 15, 2012, and marks the formal online convening of the five sworn judges of our Court, from Canada, the United States and Belgium. They are joined by fifty eight sworn citizen jurors from Canada, the USA, Ireland, England...
White House Asserts Ignorance of Libyan Security Problem Despite sworn testimony to the contrary by State Department officials at a House of Representatives hearing this week, Vice-President Joe Biden claimed during his debate with GOP VP nominee
The central achievement of the American Revolution was to demote government to a role of cop on the beat.
Imagine a licensing agreement for buying seeds that allows them to be used only once a season. They cannot be resold for planting, and cannot be used for research, crop breeding or seed production.
They're not letting a technicality ruin this one.
The greatest and most often exploited weakness of any revolution for freedom is the inability of the downtrodden populace to identify the true enemy.
The Washington region is well off financially. The D.C. metro area sits atop The Wall Street Journal’s list of America’s richest cities. D.C. area residents have a median household income of $86,680, well above the national average of $50,502.
The media insists on characterizing statements about dependency on government handouts as controversial but in truth such statements are absolutely correct. It's not that nearly half of Americans are dependent on government
Political novice seeking Kyl's seat wants to cut size of government
Late last week, a bill HR 6566 was introduced on the floor of the US House of Representatives. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read it.
Peter Schiff asked about Bilderberg, 9/11 and Gray State
It could become illegal to resell your iPhone 4, car or family antiques
If you plan on visiting Detroit any time soon, the police have a message for you: “Enter Detroit at your own risk”.
Tucked into the U.S. Supreme Court’s agenda this fall is a little-known case that could upend your ability to resell everything from your grandmother’s antique furniture to your iPhone 4.
I suggested the atomic bombing of the Japanese cities during World War II might belong on a genocide list. Among all the other things I said, the one and only item that readers commented on was that one brief parenthetical statement.
Dems Scramble to Explain Obama Debate Defeat Going into this week's first presidential debate Democrats were confident that the most brilliant man to ever hold the office would easily trounce his challenger. However, 67% of voters who saw the deba
The nature of what is ‘legal’ has become a truly bizarre concept these days.
Medicare, Medicaid -- ha! Both of these clowncar folks cannot tell the truth.