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Senate Republicans have blocked a Democratic bid to open debate on a defense authorization bill that would repeal "don’t ask, don’t tell" (DADT).
Julian Assange is public enemy No. 1… and possibly Time‘s Person of the Year. The founder of the WikiLeaks website, which specializes in releasing the information Global Governance doesn’t want you to know, is either a traitor, a spy, a terrorist or a hero, depending on who is talking. Read on to find out how Assange’s efforts help defend freedom…
The House of Representatives approved a $1.1 trillion continuing resolution (CR) that would fund the Federal government through Sept. 30 of next year.
In the interest of “security,” the Transportation Security Administration overlords have decided that, in order to fly on a commercial flight, you must either be radiated and electronically stripped or manually felt up by a TSA goon. Read on to get Chip Wood’s acerbic take on the fiasco…
Tea Party favorite Christine O’Donnell isn’t letting a midterm loss in the Delaware Senate race keep her out of the political arena.
A month after their resounding victory in the midterm elections, House Republicans have selected their committee chairs for the next Congressional session.
*One heck of a payday. Have you seen how much money the lawyers handling the liquidation of Bernard Madoff’s firm are being paid? The Manhattan Bankruptcy Court has approved payment of $5,010 a day for trustee Irving Picard. That sounds like a lot — until you learn that his law firm, Baker & Hostetler LLP, is receiving $283,179.45 a day for the work the rest of the staff is doing. Wonder if that includes Sundays and holidays?
The battle between Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Tea Party candidate Joe Miller has entered the courtroom.
Big Brother — or more accurately in this case, Big Sister — is invading your local Wal-Mart, 9,000 Federal buildings, businesses, communities and sporting events with video message boards, or telescreens, right out of George Orwell’s 1984.