President Barack Obama’s signature achievement coughed up more reminders late last week that it would probably work just as well had it been implemented by whoever writes all those kicky one-liners for Vice President Joe Biden.
When it comes to climate change — or that thing that most people call “weather” — it seems the more things stay the same, the more the climate change mafia changes their stories. The climate change mafia has for years been fudging its statistics and making things up.
No matter what your opinion of Nelson Mandela, you can’t argue that he was super-duper famous. His funeral was the biggest-ticket event of year. If a man’s measure can be taken by his funeral, then Mandela leaves the world with a gaping hole in its A-list photo ops that not even Jay-Z can fill.
The New York City Board of Health is set to vote today on new rules pushed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg that would force children as young as 6 months old to be immunized annually against influenza if they attend a licensed day care or preschool program.
Confronted with a vexing relative, Barack Obama automatically defaulted to dishonesty. Obama lied. Obama always lies. If Obama were just another liquor store clerk, his lying would be creepy and sad. But Obama is the President of the United States.
When government creates special rights for one group, it inevitably does so at the expense of the natural rights of the majority. Such is the case with gay marriage and a recent judge’s ruling in Colorado that will require the owner of a bakery to serve homosexual couples over his religious objections.
Detroit municipal workers learned Tuesday that promises made by the city and their union leaders that they would have lifetime pensions and healthcare benefits were hollow promises. It’s an ill omen for pensioners across the country.
It’s almost as if the left simply refuses to comprehend it, despite its simplicity. Americans will not pay more for the borderline-toxic trimmings and unidentifiable animal parts that we call “fast food.” They’re never going to convince anyone that a “McRib” should cost $14.
An assignment sent home from an Oak Forest, Ill., high school government class is raising eyebrows among parents who are shocked by the questionnaire they and their children are required to fill out. The questionnaire (below) has the parents identify their positions on a number of highly charged issues, and then places them on a “political spectrum.”
A breaking scandal in Massachusetts reveals how corrupt the war on drugs is. Annie Dookhan, a chemist with the Massachusetts crime lab, has been caught conspiring with prosecutors in that State to falsify drug evidence by tampering with samples and intentionally forging signatures.