One Madman’s Legacy

It was on June 28, 1914 that a single act of violence led to one of the greatest bloodbaths the world had ever seen. The perpetrator was someone you probably never heard of: Gavrilo Princip. He was a Serbian nationalist who, on that day, murdered the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife, Sophie.

Liberals Praise Obama, ICE For Putting DREAM Act Tenets Into Practice

In a memo issued earlier this month, President Barack Obama’s immigration chief, Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton, advised ICE officials to use “prosecutorial discretion” when considering whether to deport illegal aliens. The leaking of the memo has led some to suggest ICE is enacting some of the principles of the controversial DREAM Act, which has not been passed despite multiple attempts by Democratic leaders.

Supreme Court: Banning Violent Video Games UnConstitutional

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court found that banning the sale of violent video games violates the 1st Amendment. The Court’s 7-2 verdict in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association struck down a California law that prohibited the sale or rental of violent video games to minors and required the games’ packaging to be specifically labeled for ages 18 and older.

White House Says Obama Fundraising Ad No ‘Big Deal’

On Monday, President Barack Obama’s campaign team emailed a short video to supporters and donors. The video was reportedly filmed in the White House by a crew from the Democratic National Committee. “This may, or may not, constitute fundraising by a federal employee in a federal office building, a practice that is generally prohibited,” reported Real Clear Politics.

Blagojevich Guilty On 17 Counts Of Public Corruption

Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was found guilty Monday on 17 of 20 counts of public corruption associated with attempting to sell President Barack Obama’s vacant U.S. Senate seat. “He was found guilty of all 10 counts involving wire fraud — each of which carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. The other 10 involved extortion and bribery. Most of the counts have a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison,” CNN.com reported.