A Utah man who wants to pay his taxes with silver coins has been rebuffed by state and county officials who claim it's impractical to accept the precious metals despite a state law making them legal tender.
This can happen to any Country at any time!
Disapproval of Congress has hit an all time record high of 84% according to a Gallup poll released today, barely a week after pollster Pat Caddell warned that a dramatic loss of confidence in the country’s leadership meant Americans were now “pre-rev
One might think that the recent drama over the debt ceiling involves one side wanting to increase or maintain spending with the other side wanting to drastically cut spending, but that is far from the truth.
The billions of dollars of American aid flowing into Afghanistan every year may be inadvertently fueling the insurgency and the corruption rampant within the government and financial sectors
Data retention measure would force ISPs to store user information and hand it over to authorities
Crime is on the rise in one small Texas city because the police department has been padlocked and the officers sent home.
Petraeus to replace Panetta, who will replace Gates. Are you keeping track? Of course not, that's why they do it!
Legislation that makes possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana a civil violation heads to Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy's (D) desk Tuesday after being approved by the state House.
The Postal Service is nearly $15 billion in debt. It has stayed afloat by borrowing $12 billion from the U.S. Treasury. The agency has lost $20 billion since 2007.
The US Congress is so in thrall to the American Israel lobby AIPAC that it more of a hindrance to the peace process than the Knesset itself.
State Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, widened his criticism of Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst this afternoon over what he said was a late-night ambush by Dewhurst that killed his so-called airport groping bill.
Consumers are largely kept in the dark about the potential health benefits of foods and supplements. Why? Because current law makes it illegal for food and supplement producers to share this information.
WASHINGTON — The US Senate defeated a bill taking aim at some $2 billion in annual subsidies to some of the world's largest and most profitable oil companies amid deep voter anger at high gasoline prices.
We are increasingly living in a peer-to-peer world thanks to the internet; we need to utilize this technology to cut out the political middlemen, by working on solving issues for ourselves.
The video, which as since been removed from YouTube, makes it appear that Emory is singing provocative lyrics to a group of children in a first-grade classroom.
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What John is accused of happened in 2008! How long can this be drawn out, and what is all this COSTING THE ARIZONA TAXPAYER!?!
What happened to a 'speedy trial'? Maybe it's because John is INNOCENT, and refuses to 'cop a plea'!
One of the principal obstacles to creating new jobs and entrepreneurial activity in cities across the country is the complex maze of regulations cities and states impose on small businesses.
Here's how seriously the culture within the FBI (and all the other 101 federal law enforcement agencies) takes your rights. Here's an idea: Fire everyone who was caught cheating and let them find a job where they have to actually work for a
Even more troublesome is the fact that Rep. Wallis is also the Executive Director of the United Organizations of the Horse (UOH), which is diligently working towards the development of a horse slaughter plant in Wyoming. The UOH website states that
Almost 50 years ago, Justo Gallego wanted to thank God for curing his tuberculosis, so he built a cathedral — by himself. A problem with zoning permits may mean Spain's one-man cathedral will have to come down.
Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED For the purposes of this satirical piece, one will need the following definitions to assist in decoding the secret methods of stripping away the populations nest egg. SSA : Sorry Suckers Al
The chips will allow the city to monitor how often residents roll carts to the curb. If a chip shows a recyclable cart hasn't been brought to the curb in weeks, a supervisor will snoop through the trash for recyclables. Fines are $100.
The Boston Globe's Bryan Bender reported Friday that federal investigators "have identified several dozen Pentagon officials and contractors with high-level security clearances who allegedly purchased and downloaded child pornography, including an u
Federal investigators have identified several dozen Pentagon officials and contractors with high-level security clearances who allegedly purchased and downloaded child pornography, including an undisclosed number who used their government computers t
THE US intelligence budget is vast, publicly announced last year as $US75 billion, which is 2½ times the size it was on September 10, 2001. But the figure doesn't include many military activities or domestic counter-terrorism programs. At least 2
While the rest of the country is watching their pennies, it's raining taxpayer money in the Imperial Capital. Washington DC was named the highest-earning city in the United States last week.
Government employment has decreased by 296,000 jobs to 4.3% unemployment; during the same period, employment in the private, non-agricultural, sector has decreased by 2.3 million jobs to 11.1%.