A story in a recent edition of Newsweek detailed an effort to determine the civic pride of our fellow Americans. The left-leaning journal offered 1,000 readers—they borrowed a few hundred from US Weekly—the opportunity to take the same citizenship test required of all prospective ingredients in our ever-expanding melting pot. Ben Crystal has put together his own citizenship test. Take it, and see how you fare…
It may sound like a broken record to many Americans, but Congress is approaching yet another deadline to prevent a government shutdown. Lawmakers have until April 8 to approve a spending budget.
Popular DVD rental service Netflix has been accused of violating a Federal law that prohibits retailers from disclosing rental and sales records.
In Afghanistan and Pakistan, America’s military is killing—and being killed by—al-Qaida forces. In Libya, America’s Navy and Air Force provide cover for al-Qaida forces seeking to overthrow the regime of Moammar Gadhafi.
President Barack Obama sought to answer some of his critics in a national address regarding the conflict in Libya, yet his speech may have raised more questions than answers.
On March 30, 1943, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first musical opened in New York City and changed forever the face of musical theater in this country. “Oklahoma!” was a smash hit right from opening night. Never before had musical numbers been used to advance the plot, as Rodgers and Hammerstein did in “Oklahoma!” and several hits […]
The list of what we don’t need to fear is almost endless. But there are things that we should be concerned about. Read this article to see what they are and for a few precautions you can take to protect yourself…
Two civil rights organizations are up in arms about a Tea Party-backed event that recently took place at an Ohio-based high school.
A prominent Tea Party activist has announced his intention to unseat House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) for compromising with Democratic leaders on the Federal budget.