Confident President Opens Immigration Reform Push Buoyed by his recently successful “no negotiation” negotiations with Congressional Republicans, President Obama demanded that “the long overdue and urgently imperative legalization of the millions
We all get depressed, at some point or other: I’m sure even Pollyanna had her down moments.
The Obama administration has been caught red-handed engaged in software piracy. Computer code used on Healthcare.gov was stolen (and then modified in an effort to conceal the theft) from a UK company called Spry Media.
Washington Redskins drop the word Washington.....
The legislation released by the Senate late Wednesday to reopen the government contains several surprises.
This weekend America witnessed a limited crash in the computer systems that manage electronic benefit transfers across the country.
We labor today under the weight of countless tyrannies, large and small, carried out in the name of the national good by an elite class of government officials who are largely insulated from the ill effects of their actions.
There’s even more turmoil than usual in the U.S. biofuels policy realm, with lawsuits, demands for criminal investigations, leaked documents and threats flying all over the place.
It’s been 15 days since the government shutdown, and the country has two days left to raise the debt ceiling or will face the prospect of defaulting on its bonds, a move that could collapse the dollar and send the global financial markets in a downwa
When over the weekend, a Xerox "glitch" shut down the EBT system, better known as foodstamps, for nearly the entire day across 17 states leaving millions without "funding" to pay for food leading to dramatic examples of the basest human behavior poss
This barricade was sitting on a turn out next to the Gros Ventre road about a mile north of Kelly Wyoming. Guess the bison don't like the government shutdown either. Somehow I feel humans will be blamed for this vandalism, so I'm sending a link to th
Economist Simon Johnson says governments will feel the urge to suppress the crypto-currency Bitcoin.
'If MI5 warns that this is not in the public interest who am I to disbelieve them?', says the former editor of The Independent
Founder and creator of the Daily Paul website - America's second-finest news source following the Onion - Michael Nystrom today announced in a low-cost internet press release that he would be willing to fix the Obamacare enrollment website for $80, p
Another of history’s many lessons is that governments under pressure become thieves. And today’s governments are under a lot of pressure.
All serious Americans who know much about top level politics in D.C. know that we are living in a time of political rage and madness at the top, but the mad men and women do not know they are in the grip of madness.
Maryland Attorney General Gansler regularly ordered state troopers assigned to drive him to turn on the lights and sirens on the way to routine appointments, directing them to speed, run red lights and bypass traffic jams by using the shoulder,
I’ve often said that 72 hours after EBT cards stop working, every U.S. city will collapse into chaos.
I joked at the beginning of the shutdown charade that the only way average America would get upset about the government shutdown was if it took away beer or trash television. OK, I was being cynical. But it so happens…it so happened!
Irish voters have rejected a proposal to abolish the upper house of Parliament, delivering a blow to Prime Minister Enda Kenny, who had championed the measure, which had been widely expected to pass.
“Journalist” Urges Wall Street to Aid President Political Director of ABC News, Rick Klein, pleaded with Wall Street financiers to “manipulate the markets on behalf of President Obama's efforts to stand against GOP resistance.” “Government spen
Both Republicans and Democrats are suggesting that progress is being made on a deal to raise the debt ceiling and reopen the government.
In a speech to the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, November 23, 2010, Peter Dale Scott gave a history of the various directives concerned with government continuity during a state of emergency.
In the last decade of the 20th century, as the Soviet Empire disintegrated so, too, did that prison house of nations, the USSR.
Thanks to former NSA man Edward Snowden, we now know a fair amount about the NSA’s ability to collect data about what people do online, and it’s all rather disturbing.
17% of the government is going to getting a late paycheck, in a political drama channeling rage against seized-up tax and seize Obummercare, and longstanding business and investor uneasiness about what may come of unstoppable over-stocking at the D.C
At first, you know, I was predictably grumpy, visibly upset by the ugly news that the lawsuit against the Commodities Futures Trading Corporation, et al, for rigging and manipulating the silver market, was thrown out. The reason?
While the city's finances foundered, Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was shaking down contractors, ensuring that a pal got millions in city work and turning a nonprofit fund to help struggling Detroiters into a personal slush fund,
The recent actions of federal land management agencies should lead all of us to reconsider the large amount of land that is owned by the federal government.
“We’ve gone from ‘this land is your land, this land is my land,’ to the government saying this land is its land,” writes a law professor. “President Obama said that government is just a word for the things we do together. Apparently that includes kic