A school district in Pennsylvania has agreed to pay a six-figure sum to settle lawsuits involving privacy infringement.
Many Tea Party-backed candidates are poised to help the GOP take over Congress this November, but a new poll suggests that their views may not be shared by most Americans.
Actually, stranger than normal things are afoot in the Golden State. Considering they elected a governor who can’t pronounce “Golden State,” stranger than normal is a stretch in the land of fruits, nuts and O.J. jurors.
Right off, purge the thought that “your elected representatives” are yours. They belong to the government. The government owns them and the government pays them. They don’t vote for you. They vote for the government. Read this article for more on the politician…
President Barack Obama has requested $50 billion in stimulus spending on the nation’s infrastructure, claiming that an overhaul of America’s roads, bridges and railways can help create jobs and boost the economy.
While some polls have been showing Democrats apparently closing in on their Republican opponents, a major Tea Party event is expected to boost the GOP’s chances in the midterm elections, which are just over two weeks away.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino of New York has received harsh criticism following his recent comments about homosexuality.
Another member of President Barack Obama’s staff will leave the White House before November’s midterm election.