DETROIT (UPI) — The two U.S. McDonald’s restaurants that sold halal foods, both of them in Michigan, have taken those items off their menus, the company said. The Detroit Free […]
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Representative Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) has set about on an odd mission: saving the Republican Party by urging members of the GOP to support Democrat legislative proposals. Wait, what? Rangel argued […]
A petition begun June 9 at President Barack Obama’s “We The People” White House petition website calling for the pardon of Edward Snowden has crossed the 100,000-signature threshold needed in […]
Comedian Jim Carrey caused a firestorm in March when he released the anti-gun video “Cold Dead Hand.” Now, the loudmouthed actor is once again making headlines for spouting off about […]
A Chicagoland mayor is embracing concealed carry in a very personal way, revealing he’s parting ways with an influential gun-control group after learning the group’s agenda goes far beyond its […]
RAMSEY, N.J., (UPI) — A 77-year-old New Jersey man whose hanging bird feeder caused his wife to receive a summons said feeding birds is one of his few remaining pleasures […]
PETALUMA, Calif., (UPI) — Walle, a mix of beagle, basset hound and boxer who walks with a waddle, walked away with the World’s Ugliest Dog title this year in Petaluma, […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — Four women filed a lawsuit in New York against their father, claiming he backed out on a promise to pay for his youngest daughter’s college tuition. […]
AUSTIN, Texas, (UPI) — The Texas House of Representatives, after more than 13 hours of debate ending Monday, tentatively OKd a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. The […]
SANFORD, Fla., (UPI) — Town hall meetings in Sanford, Fla.’s historically black district will discuss George Zimmerman’s murder trial, which starts with opening statements Monday. “The community is mainly concerned […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Immigration reform will likely easily pass the Senate but is doomed in the House, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said ahead of a key Senate vote on the […]
BURLINGTON, Vt., (UPI) — The influence of the “Harry Potter” series on the millennial generation — 1982-02 — may extend far beyond the Hogwarts fantasy world, a U.S. survey indicates. […]
PRETORIA, South Africa, (UPI) — The South African government said Sunday night former President Nelson Mandela’s condition has deteriorated to “critical.” President Jacob Zuma, accompanied by African National Congress Deputy […]
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As I explained last month, benevolent totalitarianism is the concept of government control by and through deception. For more than 100 years, America has operated as a benevolent totalitarianism. But what happens when totalitarianism ceases to be benevolent?
Mayors Against Illegal Guns, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s pro-gun control outfit, recently rattled off a list of names of victims of gun violence at a New Hampshire rally. The event made headlines for the group’s inclusion of shooting “victim” Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
In terms of public approval, 49 percent of respondents said they approve of the President’s handling of his job. Forty-three percent said they disapprove. And it appears that the scandals rocking the Administration are having an impact on how Americans describe President Barack Obama.
His timing isn’t so great, but FBI Director Robert Mueller told lawmakers last week that Federal agencies must be given expanded powers of surveillance with regard to Americans’ electronic communications for the government to protect the Nation against possible terror attacks in the future.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) started a grass-roots petition last week to pressure his fellow Senators to back away from the Gang of Eight’s bipartisan immigration bill, just a day after the reveal of a new amendment that seeks legal status for foreign victims of natural disasters caused by climate change.
People are going hungry in America right now. More than 50 million people are on food stamps. When hard times get even worse than they are now, I believe that we can survive on soup. If we have dried survival foods on hand, we can make our own soups.