In May, the United States will invite airborne troops from Russia to hold joint anti-terror drills in Colorado. It will be the first time that the Russian airborne forces have held exercises with the U.S. airborne forces on the U.S. territory.
Iconic clothier Woolrich has designed a pair of $65 chino pants that have the clean profile of a standard pair of pants with no external cargo or utility pocketing, but offer the added advantage of a hidden chamber pocket strategically placed for weapons concealment.
President Barack Obama, despite admitting to inhaling, probably doesn’t have too many stoner friends in the Nation because his promises and his Presidential actions regarding medical marijuana policy have differed.
American citizen, you are grotesquely ignorant. On the whole, your society exemplifies Webster’s definition of the word “oblivious”: 1) lacking remembrance, memory, or mindful attention 2) lacking active conscious knowledge or awareness.
A Marine Corps sergeant who criticized Dear Leader Barack Obama has earned himself an other-than-honorable discharge. Gary Stein is the U.S. Marine sergeant whose Facebook group, Armed Forces Tea Party, was in the news last month because remarks on the page were found to be “contemptuous.”
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today regarding the United States’ inefficient immigration system as it considers Arizona’s controversial 2010 immigration reform law. The arguments will focus on whether the Federal government is the only authority over immigration issues or if States like Arizona have roles to play as well.
If you have looked at a news site in the past two days, you know that Social Security and Medicare are set to go broke in the next two decades, which is earlier than previously expected. The unsurprising revelation comes from the Social Security Trustees’ annual report on the state of the government retirement and Medicare trust funds.
The use of executive orders by Presidents of the United States is not new, but the nature of these orders has become more alarming and totalitarian than at any other point in the history of the United States.
Michelle Obama is quite the ham. She has made cameo appearances on television about 44 times since her husband took office as the President of the United States.
Currently, the “war on women” and “war for women voters” memes are hot topics among the Nation’s news media as President Barack Obama and establishment-declared Republican front-runner Mitt Romney duke it out over women in America.
The United States has been at war for more than a decade in the Middle East, and last week Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said that every day it becomes more likely that the Nation will go to war with North Korea. “We’re within an inch of war almost every day in that part of the world,” Panetta said.
On Tuesday, lawmakers in the House passed legislation that makes it harder for areas to restrict hunting and fishing on public lands and ensures that lead will continue to be used in bullets and fishing tackle. The bill faces an uncertain future in the Senate.
Ted Nugent, The Motor City Madman, made headlines this week after giving Republican voters a spirited pep talk at the National Rifle Association’s convention about the need for change within the Federal government this November.
Yesterday represented Tax Freedom Day in the United States, the day when the average American taxpayer has stopped working for the sole purpose of paying local, State and Federal taxes. Republican Presidential contender Ron Paul took the opportunity to remind Americans of his dedication to undoing the U.S. tax system.
The Michigan woman who, despite hitting a $1 million jackpot, still felt entitled to food stamps has been charged with fraud. Amanda Clayton, 25, continued to draw thousands of dollars in taxpayer-funded food stamps after winning the Michigan Lottery “Make Me Rich” jackpot, according to reports.
If one new children’s book makes it into your elementary-aged child’s school library, he or she may come home refusing to eat dinner because the food you have prepared has feelings too.
Ron Paul may soon join the ranks of Mario and Luigi if one liberty-minded game designer is successful in bringing the candidate’s Revolution to the world of video gaming. The game, “Ron Paul, The Road to Revolution,” has some Paul-centric themes.
On Friday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order that increases Federal involvement in the oversight of unconventional methods for mining natural gas. The order comes just after many Republican lawmakers have chided agencies working on regulations for the industry.
Outnumbered and outgunned, George Washington led the fight for American Independence against the British, which at the time was the world’s most powerful Nation. Washington has always been a hero to Americans, and the Brits recently gave the legendary man another title: Britain’s most outstanding military opponent in history.
Mitt “varmint hunting” Romney joined the National Rifle Association at its annual meeting in St. Louis on Friday. Many of the organization’s members are likely weary of Romney’s record on guns, considering his proverbial “Etch A Sketch” rhetoric concerning the issue.
The American Legislative Exchange Council says it has become the recent victim of liberal political opportunism sparked by recent events in the news. The organization’s advocacy of Stand Your Ground laws has sparked a liberal attack on its policy initiatives in the wake of the Trayvon Martin controversy.
If President Barack Obama were a Republican, recent media reports would likely have Democrats, equal rights activists and affirmative action proponents up in arms.
Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles have confirmed the obvious in a recent study: Basic survival instincts make people more apt to perceive that individuals brandishing a weapon are a threat.