Rupert Murdoch, the owner of the Fox network which includes Fox News, gave $1 million to the Republican Party, spurring a barrage of criticism from the liberals.
I’m no aficionado of the vampire craze. Not that I don’t get the allure of watching oversexed attractive people chase each other around; but vampires are (were) bad. Anything which can fit into a category of “undead” is not good news, no matter how impressive its abs might be. So imagine my horror Friday when I was greeted by the visage of one of recent history’s most vile grotesqueries.
Just who exactly is this man posing as President of the United States? That’s a question being asked by a growing number of Americans. In fact, a recent poll by CNN — a news organization that has been downright gushing in its praise of Barack Obama — showed that six out of 10 people are uncertain the President was even born in the U.S. Read this article to learn a few of the questions surrounding the current presidential poser…
The Heritage Foundation, a conservative public research institute, has published a report that outlines ways in which America’s most pressing problems can be addressed.
The conflict over the controversial NYC Islamic center — to be located just blocks from Ground Zero — is showing no signs of abating. In the latest development, New York Governor David Paterson said he would meet with the developers to discuss the possibility of relocating the project, which many opponents say offends the sensibilities of the relatives of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
In researching another topic, I stumbled across a column I wrote three years ago. That was back in the days before Personal Liberty Alerts started sending my musings to more than 500,000 people every week. No, in the fall of 2007 I had just 1,000 or 2,000 readers, most of them were probably named Wood. So the column below didn’t reach very many people. Read on to learn about the war at home…
How Barack Hussein Obama made the meteoric rise from a back bench Illinois State Senator to President of the United States in a few short years has been a mystery to many, but an investigative journalist may have uncovered how it happened.
In the latest gun rights-related lawsuit, three residents and a gun range designer, Action Target, have taken on the city of Chicago over the law banning shooting ranges within municipal boundaries.
Just days after a lower court gave the green light for gay marriage ceremonies to resume in California, the United States Court of Appeals in San Francisco has imposed a stay pending a review of the ruling that overturned Proposition 8.
In an effort to highlight the milestones of American history and offer a new perspective on those events as well as current political initiatives, the National Archives and Records Administration has launched a project to share information about documents that are relevant to national holidays, anniversaries and other events.