Argentina's Javier Milei Prepares a 'Shock Package' of Legislation for His Very First Day: 'It's a New Social Contract'
When legislators get a taste of it, AI and ChatGPT will be as addictive as fentanyl and just as destructive. Artificial Intelligence writing binding legislation for humans?
Joel Salatin shares his views on Rep. Thomas Massie's PRIME Act (H.R. 2814) and provides the backstory of why this legislation is helpful for small producers. This is an excerpt from "The Lunatic Farmer" on Abundance Plus.
Both congressional intelligence committees have now released proposals for reauthorizing the government's Section 702 spying powers, largely as-is, and in the face of repeated abuse.
On November 16, President Joe Biden signed a stopgap spending bill into law, thus forestalling an impending government shutdown. The limited appropriation of funds, which excluded aid to Ukraine, passed the Senate on November 15.
Republicans Thwart Rep. Massie's Bid to Block 'Kill Switches' in Cars that Goes into Effect in 2026
Public Law 93-373 was supposed to be so boring that Congress didn't even bother to give it a name.
Why the political process favors cronies.
Congress Drafts Bill To AUTHORIZE MILITARY STRIKE On Iranian Proxies, Sparking WW3 FEAR
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R-AR) signs an executive order banning "woke" terms like "pregnant people" from being used in state government.
California Governor Gavin Newsom repealed a Democrat-backed law to stop doctors and other medical professionals from spreading "disinformation" about the COVID virus and the effectiveness of COVID vaccines, under threat of revoking their licenses
The U.S. food stamp program is losing around $1 billion a month owing to alleged fraud and errors, Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) has warned.
OVER 18s would be banned from smoking in a "phasing out" of fags being drawn up by Rishi Sunak.
Simmering tensions between Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) are boiling over as the Florida Republican heightens his threat to oust the GOP leader from his post.
Governments are pushing the idea of new legislation that is presented as being under the cover of doing something good for society.
Montana has passed the Genetic Information Privacy Act with a number of broad definitions that provides wide protections for state residents, according to EFF.
It is against the law in California to cause "substantial disorder" in schools. A new law is being proposed to extend that law to include attendees/ parents at school board meetings, in what critics say is an attempt to criminalize and crack down
Lawmakers in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine announced on Friday that they have collected enough signatures for a bill that would decriminalize the production of pornography. Lead sponsor of the proposal, Yaroslav Zheleznyak, has argued that the curren
Child social media stars in Illinois can now sue their "influencer" parents for pocketing the profits made from videos shared online under new legislation signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Aug. 11.
Sponsors say taxpayers would not foot the bill, but critic argues interest serves good purposes
A federal judge has ruled that an Arizona law limiting how close people can get to recording law enforcement is unconstitutional, citing infringement against a clearly established right to film police doing their jobs.
The legislation prohibits medical interventions linked to transitioning, except when they are needed to treat birth abnormalities
The bill narrowly passed in a vote of 219-210 due to a partisan divide over amendments included by Republicans
House Republicans on July 14 advanced a bill that would slash $1 billion from the budget of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over previous levels amid ongoing concerns with the agency's conduct.
Amendment to NDAA prohibits US ports from using Beijing's LOGINK
Yesterday, a Wyoming law went into effect that will further increase food freedom in the state, and potentially alleviate some of the recent price inflation on eggs and dairy.
Michigan House passes "Hate Speech" bill to FINE AND JAIL parents, teachers, pastors, and politicians who speak the truth
On Thursday, a group of Republicans introduced a bill in the House and Senate that would reaffirm NATO's Article 5 does not override congressional war powers. The effort was led by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Reps. Chip Roy (R-TX) and Warren Davidson