New York City policemen are under no obligation to protect the city’s denizens from harm. So says the city in response to a lawsuit by a man who was attacked on the subway by a man with a knife.
An appeals court determined last week that schools have a vested interest in ensuring the safest environment possible and can move to quash danger by forbidding students from hyping that internationally despised symbol of intolerance and hate: the American flag.
The U.S.-sponsored Ukrainian uprising is fast falling apart, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is not sitting idly by as the U.S. attempts to control the Ukraine and put U.S. missiles and a U.S. port so near Russia. Who can blame him?
If it sounds as though privacy advocates who disagree with the implementation of tracking systems on campuses throughout the Nation are making mountains out of mole hills, consider the trajectory of the political correctness movement.
Supporters of the theory of anthropogenic global warming claim that because a group of scientists have proclaimed that it’s happening, that means the science is settled. They overlook the fact that the theory of a flat Earth remained “settled science” for many years.
No one can be elected President of the United States without compromising his ideals at various points along the pathway leading to the White House. How much compromise will conservatives tolerate?
The geopolitical stakes in Ukraine have brought us to a quasi Cold War redux, as Western powers the European Union and the United States have made it clear their intention to “support” (read: meddle in) Ukraine. In the meantime, Russia has sent troops to the border of Ukraine in what are being called exercises.
By the time you read this, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer may well have vetoed SB 1062, the “protecting religious liberty” act. And she bloody well should have. Presuming she hasn’t done so already, here are five reasons why she should.
Last month, the Brady bunch sent out a “survey” that it laughably claimed was designed to “… assess and improve (the Brady Campaign’s) efforts to create a nation that is free from gun violence.” Here’s a different take on that “survey.”
The fact that the FCC has retreated from its plan to place monitors in newsrooms across the Nation probably rates a minor celebration. The fact that it even considered trying to place monitors in newsrooms across the country definitely rates major concern.