Archive for June, 2010
Mexico filed a brief with the United States District Court last Tuesday challenging Arizona’s controversial new immigration law. Officials with the Mexican government argue that the statute is unconstitutional and endangers the rights of thousands of citizens who legally visit the U.S each day.
In the South Carolina Republican gubernatorial primary run-off, state Representative Nikki Haley won the nomination, prompting Tea Party representatives to stress the growing influence of their anti-establishment movement.
Two new European studies have found that vitamin D deficiencies are extremely common among individuals suffering from several different rheumatic diseases.
Free speech opponents in Congress found a way to squeeze a bill through the House of Representatives that will stifle 1st Amendment rights for the four months prior to an election.
Look at a map of the United States that puts the areas that voted for Barack Obama in blue and John McCain in red. What do you see? What is its significance? Read this article for an analysis on the red counties and blue counties and what it means for our future…
*The PC police strike again. David Morales, a Rhode Island second-grader, wanted to honor American troops at a special class event. So he took a camouflage baseball cap, put an emblem of the American flag on the front and then glued several plastic soldiers from his collection around the cap. Sounds creative and patriotic, right? […]
A new survey has found that most Americans believe in access to guns, and while pluralities prefer stricter gun control laws, the number of people holding this view has declined in recent years.
A Federal judge has blocked the six-month moratorium on offshore drilling ordered by President Obama following the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
The New Jersey Assembly failed on Monday to override Republican Governor Chris Christie’s veto of a bill that would have levied an additional tax on residents that make more than $1 million annually.
Diabetic patients with low serum levels of vitamin D may have added difficulty controlling their blood sugar, according to a new Johns Hopkins study.