Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul is continuing to battle the establishment and moving along through the primary season despite efforts to quiet his message of liberty. During his appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Tuesday, Paul said he is counting on a brokered convention to gain some extra delegates from Mitt Romney.
Responding defensively to the Democrats’ baseless charges that the GOP is fighting a war on women is a colossal waste of time. For conservatives to guide Team America to pay dirt, we must get the offense on the field. Touchdowns are hard to come by if you never leave the shadow of your own goalposts.
One of the oldest plays politicians pull out of their playbook is class warfare. President Barack Obama campaigned on it, as did George W. Bush before him and Bill Clinton before him. It’s a despicable way of pitting one group against another and drawing attention away from important issues and onto ancillary and unimportant ones.
In Embematical Representations, Ben Franklin wrote:
“America’s always been a land of boom and bust. It’s just part of the natural business cycle,” says Wayne Allyn Root. “But Obama and his socialist cabal have channeled Hoover and FDR, who turned an ordinary bust into the Great Depression.” Root ponders whether Obama understands what he’s doing and asks: “Does it matter?”
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that homeowners may sue when they think the Environmental Protection Agency has treated them unfairly. The case involves an Idaho couple who are fighting a compliance order they received from the EPA.
SEOUL (UPI) — North Korea said Wednesday there must be no mention of its nuclear weapons program during next week’s global summit in Seoul. A government dispatch monitored in Seoul […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Wednesday the right to have a lawyer that knows what he or she is doing extends to plea offers that lapse […]
NEW YORK (UPI) — New York police evicted several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters in Union Square, arresting nine demonstrators Wednesday, officials said. Taunts greeted police as they surrounded the […]
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI) — A federal jury in Florida has ruled against a family that had been among thousands of plaintiffs in a class-action suit against tobacco companies. The case […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — The White House is called on to take action to ensure the United States can handle any potential oil supply disruption, a U.S. Senate leader said. Crude […]
BALTIMORE (UPI) — The greatest risk to oil transport is the effect a major shipping accident can have on the environment, a consultant said after the scrapping of Exxon Valdez. […]
LONDON (UPI) — A third of Britons no longer watch live television, either accessing content via Web-based catch-up sites or through personal video recorders, a poll indicates. To find out […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — U.S federal officials have announced a contest for developers to design Web-based applications that use Twitter to track health trends in real time. The U.S. Department of […]
CAMBRIDGE, Md. (UPI) — Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster entered the food chain in the Gulf of Mexico through zooplankton, the tiniest of organisms, researchers say. Zooplankton serves […]
CHICAGO (UPI) — The mild winter resulted in a “perfect storm” of pollen in many parts of the United States on the first day of spring, U.S. allergists said. “The […]
DALLAS (UPI) — U.S. researchers found compared to normal weight children, obese children have lower vitamin D levels. Dr. Michele Hutchison is at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center […]
OXFORD, England (UPI) — Taking low-dose aspirin daily might prevent several cancers and stop cancer from spreading, researchers in Britain said. Dr. Peter Rothwell of Oxford University and the John […]
TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) — Painkillers such as ibuprofen can raise blood pressure and other medications can interfere with anti-hypertensive medications, researchers in Israel said. Professor Ehud Grossman of Tel […]
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (UPI) — Survivors of stroke who liked the arts had a significantly higher quality-of-life than those who do not, researchers in Italy suggested. Lead author Dr. Ercole Vellone, […]
CHICAGO (UPI) — A majority of U.S. employers in a national poll indicated they understand the recent recession disrupted normal career paths. It is fairly standard for job seekers to […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Mortgage Bankers Association said U.S. mortgage activity fell 7.4 percent in the week ending Friday, as interest rates rose. Interest rates for 30-year, fixed-rate conforming mortgages […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — U.S. retail sales rose 0.9 percent in the week ending Saturday with clothing and department stores showing strong gains, a trade association said. The International Council of […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Existing U.S. home sales fell 0.9 percent in February month-to-month, but rose over the past 12 months, the National Association of Realtors said Wednesday. The trade group […]