Nearly 100 Republican lawmakers warned President Barack Obama on Monday against nominating UN envoy Susan Rice to be his next secretary of state, saying she misled Americans over the Benghazi attack.
Today we face a dependency on government largesse for almost every need.
Ron Paul, in his historic farewell speech to Congress this week, asked 32 thought-provoking questions addressed to his fellow Americans.
The Washington State Farm Bureau just convened its 93rd annual convention.
If government has no authority to criminalize private behavior between consenting adults, by what supposed authority can it punish people who withhold their consent from a commercial transaction?
Along with abolishing China's one-child policy, privatizing rural land is said to be another top reform for China's new leaders.
AG Defends Suppressing Petraeus Scandal Attorney General Eric Holder defended withholding information on the scandal surrounding CIA Director David Patraeus until after the November 6 election. “I know there are those who think that they have a
The US Postal Service tripled its losses in 2012, bleeding $15.9 billion as the state-owned enterprise faces tough competition and what it calls onerous and unfair retirement funding requirements. The US mail said its losses rocketed in the year
As of January 2013 the FDIC stops offering 100% coverage for all insured deposits.
If China’s new leadership wants an innovation-based economy, it will have to begin to make the changes needed for robust science and technology development.
During Prohibition, my grandmother made beer in a hidden room and sold it locally, until a neighbor snitched on her. My mom, a youngster, used to distribute the beer in pails. My dad drove a taxi for a short spell and he too carried booze.
Judge Napolitano takes over Studio B raising privacy questions the mainstream media has forgotten to ask.
San Diegans could face 6 years in prison and fines of $100,000 dollars a day for washing their car in the driveway or failing to pick up dog poop under new EPA-mandated environmental regulations related to water quality.
The Petraeus scandal is receiving intense media scrutiny obviously due to its salacious aspects, leaving one, as always, to fantasize about what a stellar press corps we would have if they devoted a tiny fraction of this energy to dissecting non-sex
The current sex scandal involving the C.I.A., the F.B.I., the military, and possibly several private citizens isn’t the first in Washington, but it has some things in common with the huge scandal that hit Alexander Hamilton more than 200 years ago.
A White House petition gathering force calls for citizenship to be stripped and exile for anyone who signs a petition in favor of a state's secession.
The US patent system goes back to the nation’s founding
Now that President Obama has been re-elected, the media is finally free to focus on something besides the clueless undecided voters in Ohio, Florida, and Colorado.
Petraeus told CIA employees Friday in a letter that he was stepping down “for personal reasons…
David Petraeus Resignation: "nothing to do with Benghazi"
President Obama became the first President since FDR to win re-election by a small margin than his initial election (Obama receive 8 million fewer votes and 33 fewer Electoral Votes in
So the State can sell us yet another item no one needs or wants and milk more money from us, not only in the intial fee but later in fines, of course. (The excuse that license plates help solve crimes is patently bogus.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s food police have struck again! Outlawed are food donations to homeless shelters because the city can’t assess their salt, fat and fiber content, reports CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer.
NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations to Homeless New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has issued a directive blocking persons from donating food to the homeless in his city. “It's not that we question the generous intent of these donations,” Bloombe
In the 1950s and early 1960s, the Cold War was commonly said to have partially plunged "into the shadows" as a secret, off-the-grid, spy-versus-spy conflict fought between the planet's two superpowers.
According to Google’s trend analysis, keyword searches for terms like “renounce citizenship” have soared in the past week.
Mayor Bloomberg announced he was imposing a gas rationing system — restricting sales to cars with even-numbered license plates on even days, and odd-numbered on odd days. Plates ending with a letter will be treated as odd-numbered.
On Tuesday Colorado and Washington voters became the first states to pass referendums legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
JWR, I don't live anywhere near the affected area from Sandy, but now that we've had some firsthand accounts, I wanted to throw in my $.02 as an observer from afar: