Shock, fury and shame at America's Dunblane Obama: We're not doing enough, we must change
The 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Friday ruled that the federal government has the power to regulate the dozens of cats that live at the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West, Fla. — a notion the attraction has fought for years.
"In recent weeks, questions have been raised in Congress and among public interest groups about the use of one or more secondary email accounts and aliases by you and potentially other officials at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)," they wro
Right-to-Work Passes in Michigan, Violence Feared This week the Michigan legislature passed a “right-to-work” law making the state the 24th to allow workers to abstain from joining a union without losing their jobs. Opponents of the new law are in
In 1958, Senate Minority Leader William Knowland, his eye on the 1960 GOP nomination coveted by fellow Californian Richard Nixon, went home and declared for governor.
Reps. Justin Amash, Michael Capuano weigh in
“The Farmers Assurance Provision” is the title of a rider, Section 733, inserted into the House of Representatives 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill
Ben Swann takes a look at claims by a Florida State Senator and what he thinks of those who believe in nullification.
According to Andrew Puhanic, contributor to the alternative media website the Activist Post, the Vatican (the Pope) has called for world government and a New World Order ...
Republicans have blasted U.S. Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice for her TV comments about the fatal attack in Benghazi, Libya, but her real unfitness to be Secretary of State rests in her excessive careerism and insufficient compassion, says ex-CIA ana
Taliban Would Be Given Political Leadership in Provinces for End to Insurgency
General Atomics is developing a powerful laser that can be fitted to an unmanned drone, Mark Thompson of Time reports.
What if the postman stopped delivering your mail? Would you notice? My thoughts on a recent gestalt moment in my life.
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We write to request a full and complete written explanation of the rationale for removing us from our current committee assignments, including any "scorecards" presented to the Steering Committee to justify our removals.
A federal showdown with Washington state over its newly realized marijuana law has gone up in smoke, as people puffed pot in public this week with no repercussions.
An oldie but a goodie (a baddie?). I've been reading/watching about Obama's kill list, drones, indefinite detention, Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, etc. lately and that quote kept popping into my head.
The lively Greater Philadelphia Thinking Society discussion happened on December 9, 2012. (http://www.meetup.com/thinkingsociety/events/85461612/) Below is the description of the event on the Meetup page: "Most discussions about government start
After decades of American protection, our friends can form their own alliances to confront any adversary.
The government is investigating whether software companies that make cellphone apps violated the privacy rights of children by quietly collecting personal information from mobile devices and sharing it with advertisers and data brokers, the Federal T
A Russia-led proposal calling for sweeping new governmental powers to regulate cyberspace could enable countries to block some Web locations and wrest control of allotting Internet addresses from a U.S.-based body.
One of the pleasures of a weekend away from the city is visiting with people who express points of view that are different from my own.
It is more than a bit ironic that Key West is also the location of a knock-down, drag-out fight over the federal government’s power under the US Constitution’s Commerce Clause to regulate… cats.
Ernest Hancock weighs in on the 2012 election thus far
Amount Spent on Welfare Exceeds Average Income Data from a Congressional Research Service report reveals that the amount the government spends on welfare per family below the poverty line exceeds the median earned income. The median for earned inc
Government is in the business of preventing solutions. It is an exercise in monetizing misery, generating and prolonging crises, and making problems profitable for politically connected interests.
As the government weighs their options, polls show that Americans are light on marijuana
Belarus' authoritarian president, Alexander Lukashenko, has decided to stem an exodus of qualified workers to Russia, starting by banning those who work in wood-processing industries from quitting.
Nigel Farage from "EFD" The Europe for Freedom Democracy mad about stuff.
A man in New Jersey returned to his home after Superstorm Sandy only to find it had vanished -- and not from the storm. At issue is who tore it down and why?