The assassination of President John F. Kennedy is one of the few unsettled long-term debates that hasn’t become a crushing bore. I don’t know who killed Kennedy. And I’m beginning to suspect we may never really know. However, I do have some doubts about a few of the more prominent possibilities.
Back in May, one county sheriff pledged not to enforce the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act, a bill that came early in the post-Newtown backlash of knee-jerk gun control legislation that swept through the Nation’s social progressivism outposts.
What happens to the health insurance market if the Department of Health and Human Services doesn’t sign up the 7 million people it targeted for Obamacare between now and March 31, 2014? Insurance companies are in business to turn a profit, aren’t they?
Some parents in Dupo, Ill., (surely a group of white suburban moms) are upset that their fourth-graders are being asked to read, for a grade, a book which recounts one mulatto teenager’s struggle to come to terms with his blackness in a white world: a struggle that leads him to drink, smoke, swear and use drugs.
After months of damning news about the failed Obamacare rollout and a decision to eviscerate the power of the minority Party in the Senate, Democrats up for re-election in 2014 are sweating. That could be why the Barack Obama White House confirmed last week that it would delay Obamacare’s second-year enrollment period.
A proposed draft rule from the Environmental Protection Agency could expand the number of waterways covered under the Clean Water Act. The proposal is eliciting strong opposition from property owners and conservative legislators.
The headline from ABC News was designed to startle: “Exclusive: FBI Video Shows Al Qaeda in Kentucky Handling Heavy Weapons.” It was a propaganda piece for the state security apparatus, which must keep an ample amount of fear ginned up to keep the populace accepting of the growing police state.
Fifty years ago, the Nation mourned the death of its Presidency. Today, Americans are mourning the imminent death of our healthcare system as we know it. It’s said that humor takes the sting out of death, so we present our favorite political cartoons of the week.
The medical police state has claimed another victim. This time it’s a Maryland girl who has been kidnapped by Boston Children’s Hospital, which has conspired with the courts to hold her prisoner and subject her to psychological and other treatments not approved by her parents.
During a lecture at Johns Hopkins University this week, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt offered some good news for people around the world concerned about government censorship of the Internet. The tech expert said that advances in encryption could eliminate the threat within 10 years.