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The Justice Department filed a lawsuit to block the new immigration crackdown law that was passed by South Carolina, as it became the third State to face such a challenge from the President Barack Obama Administration on the matter.
The Washington Court of Appeals affirmed that Seattle’s gun ban in parks is illegal more than a year after a King County judge took the pro gun-rights side, a ruling that the city appealed.
The U.S. will not pay $60 million to a U.N. cultural and education agency following a vote by the organization over the accepting of the Palestinian mission for membership.
A recent Fox News poll showed that a growing number of Americans are dissatisfied with the direction the country is going, as 76 percent of participants voiced their concern.
A recent discovery in the future implementation of the healthcare law has critics arguing whether the legislation will impose a penalty on women and marriage, according to Fox News.
Increasingly, it appears that the far left has found a straw dog to replace its long-cherished, but now embarrassingly discredited, global-warming hoax: “unequal distribution of wealth.” Of course, class warfare has been around for thousands of years, so it was just a matter of reviving a tired old idea.
President Barack Obama announced his student debt-relief plan and several key reforms to the current system at the University of Colorado at Denver on October 26, The Washington Times reported.
When I first saw the headline: “Muslims Sue to Remove Crosses at Catholic University,” my common sense-alarms began shrieking like Democrats trying to shout down an intelligent guest speaker. Granted, one could remove the identifier “Muslims” and still have a headline which would deliver a frown to the face of virtually anyone above Ed Schultz on the human evolutionary scale.
A Massachusetts-based company that was the recipient of a $43 million Energy Department loan has filed for bankruptcy, another critical blow for green energy efforts in the wake of the Solyndra collapse.
When businessman Herman Cain was the head of the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s, he was reportedly accused of sexually inappropriate behavior by at least two female coworkers.The Presidential candidate is largely disregarding the story as an attempt at a smear campaign.