Among the arguments we hear adduced in favor of the restrictive regime we must not forget that which is founded on national independence.
My husband and I are new to the concept of prepping and self-sufficient living, having just begun the process in the last 30 to 60 days.
His bed of choice is a remarkable piece of custom Swedish craftsmanship made by a company called Hästens.
As we continue to see our freedoms stripped from both the right and the left in America today I offer you another point of view of how politics should be done.
The time between today and the day the global debt collapse reaches our shores is finite.
Those who have secularized God have done a terrific propaganda campaign, so much so most of you think you are doing God’s will by voting and otherwise trying to influence government.Entered By: Christine Smith
Despite numerous media outlets attempting to downplay the issue, Twitter exploded last night following the debate with new threats from Obama supporters to assassinate Mitt Romney if he defeats Obama in the presidential race.
The ability of reflationary policy to mute the worst risks of debt deflation has been a source of enormous frustration for stock market bears ever since the 2008 collapse.
The Daily Bell is pleased to present another exclusive interview with Jim Rogers.
The New Yorker's Nick Paumgarten recently caught up with outspoken British Eurosceptic Nigel Farage, and Farage did not disappoint.
A few weeks ago, I was lounging on the edge of a beautiful corn field in Eastern Colorado having one of the most interesting conversations of my entire life, although I didn’t realize it at the time.
There is a battle being waged for your mind. To the victor comes influence over your beliefs, you purchase decisions, and even your values.
Conservative radio host and Breitbart Editor Dana Loesch had her vagina groped during an advanced screening by the TSA at Phoenix Airport, with Loesch complaining that she is targeted for such treatment almost every time she flies.
Alex covers the Internet firestorm of tweets and Facebook posts from people pledging to riot if Obama loses the election, as covered in Michael Snyder’s article “Will the Election Results Cause Massive Riots to Erupt All Over America?”
Stringent sex offender laws in the United States destroy lives and do little to mitigate repeat offences.
Americans lived in a "victory culture" for much of the 20th century.
I didn’t go looking for the kid. He found me. Of course, it stood to reason, with what’s been happening on Wall Street, that the children of Greenwich, Connecticut, must be taking a serious financial hit.
It takes all of three seconds on the ground in Spain to realize that this country is hurting. Big time.
John Maeda is the president of the Rhode Island School of Design, where he is dedicated to linking design and technology.
We're currently in the middle of what is known as "Golden Week", a week that mainland Chinese like to travel home or go on vacation (hence the crazy images we brought you last week of huge traffic jams on China's intercity motorways).
We think of space as a big empty expanse, but closer to Earth, the space just beyond the outer reaches of our atmosphere are teeming with satellites and broken bits of space debris.
A debate happened, and Obama didn’t do well. Prior to tonight, the conventional wisdom was that debates don’t determine elections.
Pressed by USA Today’s Richard Wolf to endorse a candidate, Perot declined, despite the fact that “members of his family have donated almost exclusively to Republicans in recent years.”
The video here provides us with a succinct summary of the effects of QE2 – beyond what may be questionable impacts on labor.
Bugging Out to Nowhere a novel by Paylie Roberts (ISBN 9781470010447 Published in June, 2012.)
Why are Americans not marching in the streets like the outraged people of Greece, Spain, Portugal, when tyranny rules at the expense of Truth, Justice, and Liberty? We plunge into chaos!
Following news that California has legalized autonomous cars, the legendary ex-BMW design chief Chris Bangle shares his thoughts on what's next for auto design.
Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?
As our Nobel laureate President ascended to the podium on September 25 at the United Nations for his last international speech before the election, we again were the recipients of fine oratory and rhetorical flourish about America’s problems in the w
One-by-one, the highest quality collateral in the world (according to ratings that is) is disappearing.