Americans are likely going to see the Federal government take greater control over the Internet in the near future if the increasingly frequent “wolf” cries from officials about the threat of a cyberattack are any indicator.
Preppers and survival experts often note how the body’s reaction to fear affects different senses vital to survival. According to a new study, fear can make you underestimate the distance between you and a potential threat.
Conservatives often argue that government is inefficient and loves to waste money. Now, they are getting a look at what it looks like when government gets involved in the manufacturing sector.
President Barack Obama has been lauding the latest unemployment numbers during campaign speeches and debates in recent weeks as a sign of a turnaround aided by the policies of his Administration, but a closer look reveals a dismal employment outlook.
If the pundits on both sides of the political spectrum are to be believed, the upcoming Presidential election is one that will determine the future course of the United States.
Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson will finally be allowed to participate in a Presidential debate, except Mitt Romney and Barack Obama will not be present. The debate, sponsored by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation, will take place Tuesday.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said there is a collapse of the “US empire” on the way because of a combination of massive debt and its loss of legitimacy within the international community, according to Iran’s official news agency, IRNA.
The combination of essential vitamins and minerals contained in multivitamins may mirror healthier dietary patterns such as fruit and vegetable intake resulting in a modest decrease in cancer risk for those who take them.
There was another option besides President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney at the Presidential debate at Hofstra University on Tuesday, but local police promptly led long-shot Green Party candidate Jill Stein and her running mate, Cheri Honkala, away in cuffs when the two tried to enter the venue.
The headlines following last night’s debate were to be expected; jubilant cries from the mainstream media that President Barack Obama is back in front of the Presidential horse race. But, besides doing so in a more forceful manner, the President did little more than make the same promises that he has made since 2008 — and bend the truth to embolden his weak record.
Americans are told that this is the Presidential election that will determine the direction for the Nation’s future. The populace is told that a contest is under way between two ideologues — each with a separate vision for the United States and its people, and each with a different plan of action.
What is the biggest Federal waste of taxpayer money? According to budget hawk Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) in his annual “Wastebook,” taxpayers are getting ripped off by employing an ineffective Congress.
The Republican Party is worried that Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson could take a substantial toll on the election outcome, so an all-out assault has been launched against the candidate.
A new study finds that voting in elections, like the quickly approaching Presidential election, can actually cause stress and emotional arousal, something people passionate about politics likely already knew.
The term “Cyber-Pearl Harbor” conjures up some ridiculous imagery, but the fateful military attack that led the United States full force into World War II is what Defense Secretary Leon Panetta invoked last week to make a case for passing online security bills.
With a vulgar and bizarre public service announcement posted to YouTube last week, musician and noted right-leaner Kid Rock joined lefty actor Sean Penn to send a message to America: Don’t let politics divide us.
Following President Barack Obama’s assertion that he lost the first Presidential debate to Republican Mitt Romney because he was too polite, it appears as though the Democratic Party told Joe Biden that he needed to carry a decidedly “no more Mister Nice Guy” attitude to the Vice Presidential debate on Thursday.
The New York Police Department said that it is concerned about an Iranian threat to the city’s heavy Jewish population. New York City is home to the largest Jewish population in any city outside of Israel with 1.5 million Jews spread throughout the metropolis.
President Barack Obama said earlier in the week that he wants civil liberties to be brought forth as a more important topic of debate in the few remaining weeks before the Presidential election. “We haven’t talked about what’s at stake with respect to civil liberties,” he said.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) criticized Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney on foreign policy in a column Wednesday published by CNN. The younger Paul says he cannot support Romney in certain areas of foreign policy.
Race has been a hot topic in America in the years since the Nation’s “first black President” was elected (not Bubba but Barack) and has received heightened attention in headlines over the past year. Racism in America is alive and well, but perhaps we should call it something different.
New research indicates that a powerful weapon in the fight against bioterrorism could be a simple cup of tea. The favorite English beverage has shown in studies the ability to kill certain deadly microorganisms and deactivate toxins.
At a press conference in Tel Aviv Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for early parliamentary elections in his country. The early Israeli elections could come as soon as January.