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Lawmakers in New Hampshire have introduced an amendment that would require Presidential candidates to present birth certificates when filing their candidacy application for the State-run primary election.
An online sting operation perpetrated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been shut down due to public concern regarding its content.
The weather and inflation are leading to an explosion in prices and civil strife. Wheat prices have doubled in seven months, corn has increased more than 90 percent and soybeans have surged more than 55 percent. The fear of inflation is not child’s play. Read this article to learn the effects of inflation…
Wisconsin’s Democratic State Senators went into hiding three weeks ago in an attempt to prevent Republicans from reducing collective bargaining rights for most public employees. Their protests proved pointless on March 9 as Senate Republicans found a loophole and passed the controversial measure.
The GOP’s plan to significantly cut Federal spending has gained steam due to a wave of defections by Senate Democrats.
I remember many years ago, in the 1980s and early 1990s, when I started investing on my own. Back then, I often read arguments by various gold bugs and libertarian-leaning economists about how the U.S. dollar was on a path to total destruction. Even then, I was often reminded that all fiat currencies meet the same fate and that the dollar would be no different. Fast-forward a few years to 1997 when I started communicating that same message for a living.
Who’s the idiot who foisted daylight saving time on us? Oh, wait, I know. It was Congress. That shouldn’t come as a surprise. Read this article to learn the supposed motivations behind this dumb idea…
Republican and Democratic lawmakers have tussled over a GOP-backed spending bill that, if approved, would cut Federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). However, in a new video, a former executive of National Public Radio (NPR) claims that the media outlet would be better off without government support.