Archive for July, 2010
Vice President Joe Biden said on Sunday that neither he nor the administration believe the Tea Party to be an inherently racist group, although he does feel that certain members of the conservative organization have made some regrettable comments that mar the burgeoning movement’s reputation.
Results of a recent study imply that obese women may be able to naturally improve their memory by eating healthy and losing excess weight.
It isn’t exactly stop-the-presses news that the so-called Main Stream Media (MSM) lists to port in its coverage of any news, stop-the-presses or otherwise. During the age of Obama, some of the more wild-eyed media outlets have abandoned any pretense of calling it down the middle. So imagine my surprise when Sunday’s edition of The Washington Post openly questioned the lack of coverage of the Obama Administration’s refusal to pursue charges against the New Black Panther Party hate group.
For recording this video with his helmet camera of an irate and possibly out-of-control State Trooper, 25-year-old Maryland Air National Guard staff sergeant Anthony Graber is facing 16 years in prison.
West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin announced last week that he will nominate his former aide Carte Goodwin to fill the seat of former Senator Robert Byrd, a longtime Democratic lawmaker who died last month.
Bringing financial reform a step closer to reality, the United States Senate has voted to approve the Dodd-Frank bill, and it did so with the help of three Republicans, including Scott Brown of Massachusetts.
Earlier this year former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won a series of straw polls for the most popular would-be GOP presidential candidate in 2012, and he seems to continue to build momentum with successful fundraising efforts.
On the heels of several studies linking vitamin D deficiencies to general cognitive disorders, new research has found that low serum levels of the nutrient may also be partially responsible for the development of Parkinson’s disease.
A revolution in transportation began on July 23, 1903, when Henry Ford sold his first automobile. The two-cylinder Model A, which cost all of $750, was delivered to Dr. Ernst Pfenning of Chicago. Unlike later versions of his famous assembly-line vehicles, which came in “any color you want, as long as it’s black,” the first […]
I believe Arizona’s Immigration Law S.B. 1070 is going to be damn effective. In fact I think it should be adopted across the United States. What special insight do I have into the matter? Read this article to learn about John Myers’ insight into the immigration issue…