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An Illinois county has stumbled out of the gate in its legal defense of its gun ban, according to the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA).
Congress was flirting with a government shutdown heading into the weekend. If lawmakers did not approve a spending bill and President Barack Obama did not sign it into law by Dec. 19, the government would cease to provide funds for non-essential services in the United States.
Before we get entangled in the doublespeak of the Internal Revenue Service Code and rulings, we need to consider that the whole Orwellian nightmare is a sham imposed by the police power of the State on a gullible people. Read this article to learn about income taxes from a former Federal Reserve chairman…
The House of Representatives has voted to overturn the ban on openly gay and lesbian soldiers serving in the military, and it appears as though the Senate may pass the bill as well.
Senator Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) has dropped his threat to employ delay tactics in order to block passage of the United States’ nuclear arms treaty with Russia.
The Senate overwhelmingly voted in support of a $858 billion tax cut package on Dec. 15, which sends the bill to an uncertain fate in the House of Representatives.
The U.S. Army private accused of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks sits in solitary confinement in a military brig at Quantico, Va., isolated for 23 hours of every day. He’s been there for five months, and he was held in similar conditions for two months in a military jail in Kuwait.
A host of Republican leaders have signed an open letter by the Family Research Council (FRC), which defended its First Amendment rights following a character attack by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).