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Should a newspaper, or any web site for that matter, be required to reveal the names of people posting comments to website articles? A court fight in Nevada may determine the answer to that question and just exactly how the First Amendment applies in the case of anonymous postings on the internet. Read this article to see how your government is trying to infringe on your rights…
As the Obama administration’s efforts to limit access to guns continue to pit different interest groups against each other, a pastor has urged members of his congregation to bring their guns to church.
Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of Homeland Security, has expressed her support for the Providing for Additional Security in States’ Identification Act (PASS ID) legislation that has been introduced in the Senate on June 15.
Media reports have suggested President Obama is planning to lift the ban which currently prohibits HIV-positive visitors from entering the country.
President Obama has reportedly obtained Russian commitment to pursue a mutual reduction of both countries’ nuclear stockpiles, in a move that could have far-reaching effects for America’s security.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates has issued an order establishing a cyber command that is supposed to protect military networks from computer attacks.
Even as Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has resigned her post, the Republicans are faced with another headache in the form of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’s political future.
Alaska governor and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has announced she will step down from her job at the end of July.
San Diego County officials have reneged on their demand that a preacher and his wife discontinue weekly Bible studies in their home and a county official denied it was the policy of the county to stifle religious freedom. Read this article to learn what about the incident that prompted an uproar in California…
On July 4, 1776, representatives of the Continental Congress voted unanimously that, “These United Colonies are and of right ought to be Free and Independent States.” Thirteen colonies voted to become something new in history—the United States of America. Now, all they had to do was to win their independence from a government that would consider them traitors. Read this week’s Straight Talk to learn more about those early, heady days of our great nation…