Louis Farrakhan may be nearly 80, but age isn’t softening his politics. In a bizarre address in Chicago Sunday, the Nation of Islam leader laid out a vision for the future of black Americans that, if realized, would elevate urban thuggery to a sort of secessionist, collectivist, isolationist, militant statecraft.
The exigencies of the changing healthcare business are gradually informing many employers’ decisions to scale back their contributions to employee premiums. Employers are eliminating sponsored family coverage policies altogether, while focusing on what they can do to keep individual coverage affordable.
The American military drones now in use — so far as we know — have become a familiar sight. They’re small, stealthy, light. Most of them look like very cool model airplanes. But it’s only a matter of time before they’re completely outclassed.
Republican Governor Rick Scott of Florida, one of the most recalcitrant opponents of Obamacare, said on Wednesday that he will work with the Administration of President Barack Obama by asking the Legislature to expand the Medicaid program in his State.
The biggest cable company in the United States is all set and ready to sell you some quality, gory entertainment. But don’t linger through the commercial breaks hoping to learn where you can buy the same kind of pistol Jesse Pinkman used to murder Gale Boetticher in the “Breaking Bad” Season 3 finale.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday gave a pass to law enforcement agencies employing trained drug-sniffing dogs used in vehicle searches. The court ruled that drug dogs’ noses don’t have to be infallible; they just have to be bona fide.
The mindless trudge toward neutering the Wild West — and the rest of the Nation with it — slogs on this month in Colorado.
If the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, the southbound cars may have Connecticut plates — and their occupants may be wearing nicotine patches. A Connecticut bill would ban smoking while young children are present in the car.