U.S. Census workers are on the streets of America. But they’re not just counting the number of people in each house. In fact, the census doesn’t even start until next year. Read this story to find out what the government has them doing now…
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will install naked body scanners in airports across the country this summer. These scanners reveal more than just weapons. They show a digital photo of the passenger’s body beneath his or her clothing. Read this article and decide whether the TSA has gone too far to ensure security…
President Barack Obama has forged a partnership between two government agencies that may work to infringe on your right to choose where you live. For more information on which two agencies it is and what they may have in store, read this article…
NGOs are flocking to the area as North Dakota prepares for what may be unprecedented flooding.
Alaska’s Mount Redoubt has been erupting intermittently since Sunday causing cancelled flights and prompting state authorities to issue warnings and survival tips.
In these uncertain times many families may be looking for ways to keep themselves safe, and one website provides a comprehensive guide to the most recent wilderness and urban survival equipment.
Representative Luis Gutierrez (Democrat-Illinois) will visit 16 cities in the next few weeks to promote amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants.
In an editorial, Newt Gingrich and Rick Tyler blasted President Obama for rescinding the previous administration’s regulations in the area of medical practice.
Former vice president Dick Cheney said the new administration’s approach to the prosecution of the war on terrorism is exposing America to an attack.
Under pressure from civil liberties groups, a government agency has released documents vital to the understanding of the Bush administration’s prosecution of the war of terrorism.