Actually, stranger than normal things are afoot in the Golden State. Considering they elected a governor who can’t pronounce “Golden State,” stranger than normal is a stretch in the land of fruits, nuts and O.J. jurors.
There is more than enough evidence to support the need for daily Vitamin D3. Check your levels if you want to, but the bet is that you are low, very […]
If you can’t imagine being hungry in the midst of chaos then you will probably ignore this suggestion, but you won’t forget it. And it will haunt you if you fail to take action. But if you take action, just eat your stored food in the difficult years ahead.
Right off, purge the thought that “your elected representatives” are yours. They belong to the government. The government owns them and the government pays them. They don’t vote for you. They vote for the government. Read this article for more on the politician…
President Barack Obama has requested $50 billion in stimulus spending on the nation’s infrastructure, claiming that an overhaul of America’s roads, bridges and railways can help create jobs and boost the economy.
While some polls have been showing Democrats apparently closing in on their Republican opponents, a major Tea Party event is expected to boost the GOP’s chances in the midterm elections, which are just over two weeks away.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino of New York has received harsh criticism following his recent comments about homosexuality.
Researchers have discovered how to create micro-nutrients in crops, such as from the cassava plant. As a result, this could produce more healthy food.
Approximately 34 percent of adults in the U.S. who are aged 20 years and older are obese, according to the latest statistics from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. However, new research has discovered that natural supplements could improve these individuals’ health.
Another member of President Barack Obama’s staff will leave the White House before November’s midterm election.
A watchdog group has reiterated its plea that the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate the U.S. Chamber of Commerce following an insider’s allegation of fraud and recent accusations involving the group’s use of foreign aid to help fund conservative political campaigns.
Let’s take a break from all of the political mudslinging for a few minutes. Let me tell you the story of one of the most amazing characters to be found in the branches of the Wood family tree. I think you’ll enjoy it. And you may even learn something about wealth that thieves cannot steal and moths and rust cannot corrupt. Read on for a fascinating tale…
*What so proudly we hail. Thanks to all of you who enjoyed my column Honoring Our Country’s Flag that ran two weeks ago. You made it one of the most-read […]
A nonprofit organization has criticized the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for boasting inaccurate illegal immigrant removal statistics.
The majority of the electorate — long content to occupy itself with earning a living, raising families and considering politics for only a short period of time (typically between Labor Day and the election) has finally awakened to the reality of a bloated and overbearing government. A poll released this week bears this out.
President Barack Obama’s most recent assault on conservatives is a new twist for the Democrats’ old school tactics of distraction, duplicity and defamation. As a November to Remember approaches in the fast lane, Obama has pulled the handbrake on reason… and steered his party into oncoming traffic.
Some recent polls suggested that President Barack Obama’s approval ratings were inching back up into positive territory, but this may all change after the employment report published on Oct. 8 showed the labor market has suffered another month of poor performance.
The week of Oct. 3-9 has been marked as National Fire Prevention Week, and safety experts have used it as an opportunity to educate Americans about how to keep themselves and their families safe during a similar emergency.
The weather was perfect — 72 degrees and sunny — for the "One Nation Working Together" rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Oct. 2. I was determined to go with an open mind to try to understand what would motivate someone to attend an event sponsored by unions and self-proclaimed socialist and communist groups. Read this article to learn what I found…
As September ended Congress scurried out of town hoping they had time to convince enough voters to support them during the mid-term election Nov. 2. In doing so they left the specter of the largest tax hike in history hitting a fragile U.S. economy on Jan. 1, 2011.
Unable to agree on which Americans should receive how much, the Democrat majority punted, leaving President Barack Obama to defend his notion of redistributing the wealth of those he considers rich — that is anyone making $250,000 or more a year.
In addition to taxing the “rich,” Obama wants to practice a little social engineering. He’s advocating tax incentives for businesses that hire and inserting other benefits and penalties for certain behaviors, rather than trusting businesses to act in their own best interests and hire when it’s economically feasible.
How did Thomas Jefferson sum up good government? Keep reading…
Following allegations that the United States Chamber of Commerce has been actively soliciting money from foreign countries to influence American elections, a group of watchdog organizations has called for a criminal investigation and complete audit of the business lobbying group.