The Internet is changing the way people get information. The 1 percent don’t like that. A new bill in the Illinois State Senate would require anonymous website comment posters to reveal their identities if they want to keep their comments online.
Gun grabbers love to denigrate 2nd Amendment supporters by claiming their fear that registration leads to confiscation is hyperbole or simple nuttery. And then there is Washington Senate Bill 5737, an “assault weapons” ban introduced last week.
Who is Harrison J. Bounel? According to the 2009 tax return submitted by President Barack Obama, he’s the President of the United States. All nine U.S. Supreme Court Justices are scheduled to discuss this anomaly today.
According to WXYZ Action News, twice in a week, armed teenage robbers in Detroit have been shot by their intended victims, who were licensed to carry a concealed weapon. But this is a bad thing, according to anchor Stephen Clark.
A bill passed by the Houston City Council requiring gold-buying businesses to photograph and fingerprint those bringing in gold to sell, photograph the items being sold and create an online database of the transactions.
The U.S. Consumer Protection Bureau says it is worried that Americans, particularly those from the retiring baby boom generation, are too stupid and gullible to manage their own retirement savings and is exploring whether it has the “authority” to “manage” people’s retirement funds.
Violent, thieving mobs, called flash mobs, have made their way into New York City. Thanks to the recently passed New York gun control legislation, New York business owners can’t really protect themselves.
NBC News has obtained a confidential Justice Department memo that outlines the “legal” reasoning behind the decision of the President Barack Obama Administration that it can kill American citizens on a whim.
According to the Internal Revenue Service, the least expensive (in dollars) Obamacare health insurance plan in 2016 will be $20,000 per year for a family of five. The cost in health is immeasurable.
The Department of Homeland Security has new advice for those unfortunate enough to find themselves in a situation where their workplace is being shot to pieces by a crazed gunman: cower under the desk, lock the door, grab the scissors, hope you don’t get shot.