You wouldn’t think Disney World would be a good source for presidential trivia. But during a recent visit, I came across a piece of history that stumped my good friend Chris, who is a world champion at Presidential trivia. Read this article and see what you know about the Presidents…
The Supreme Court is expected to soon deliver its opinion on a 1st Amendment issue involving an Oregon-based pastor who sued his former employer, a church, for defamation of character.
Retailers do not have the right to ask consumers for their ZIP code while completing credit card transactions, according to a ruling by the California Supreme Court.
Protests in Egypt prompted a historical transfer of power last week that resonated throughout the world. In the days following the resignation of former President Hosni Mubarak, politicians in the United States graded their leader on his handling of the unrest in Egypt.
The extremists may soon hold the reins in Egypt. Thirty years ago Iran was toppled. Then fell Afghanistan. And just last week it was Egypt, the jewel of the Nile, the Arab gateway to the world. Read this article to see what the ongoing Middle East upheaval means to energy prices, and whether this might be part of the plan…
President Barack Obama unveiled his $3.7 trillion budget for fiscal year 2012 earlier this week, and GOP leaders have called the proposal weak and inadequate in tackling the national deficit.
Although many critics have accused President Barack Obama of targeting the pockets of wealthy Americans, his budget proposal for 2012 could also strip poor Americans of billions of dollars worth of aid.
Although several groups boycotted the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) because of the participation of GOProud, a group of gay conservatives, two prominent Tea Party-backed politicians publicly supported the organization’s presence.
Libertarian lawmaker Ron Paul (R-Texas) won the Presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for the second straight year.
The House Appropriations Committee has introduced a new proposal that would cut $100 billion from President Barack Obama’s 2011 budget request, meeting the original pledge that was made last year by conservative Republicans.