America was once a Nation that prided itself on its educational standards, but those days are a thing of the past. A recent report, issued by the Center for American Progress, found that many students think school is too easy.
A treaty being worked out this month at the United Nations could possibly make the Second Amendment the focus of international legal scrutiny. It is supposedly an effort to fight international “terrorism,” “insurgency” and “crime syndicates.”
Google is attempting to use its power to “Legalize Love.” The primary focus of the Legalize Love campaign, which will eventually be launched everywhere that Google has employees, is to promote safer working conditions for those within the LGBT community.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, known for his willingness to speak his mind, relayed a message to the President on Monday. “Please don’t send me any more money to hire more public employees. Please don’t,” begged Christie.
Personal Liberty Digest™ was ranked in the top 10 among top Libertarian websites yesterday by Patrick McEwen’s Top Libertarian website. Top Libertarian ranks the top websites offering information about Libertarian issues based on unique visitor and page view Web traffic.
The first lady is the last person that some Florida school board members want to see. Obama has become well-known for her stops that are intended to educate the young on healthy living and her husband’s politics.
On Tuesday, House Republicans attacked President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law with full force throughout a series committee hearings and events at the Capitol preceding today’s vote to repeal the measure.
It’s not unusual for campaigns to keep tabs on their opponents, but Democrats are taking the tactic to a new level. Several videos have surfaced online that show the homes of Republicans.
Prison is a hop, skip and a jump away. Just ask a New York City couple. George Hess, 54, and Caroline Stern, 55, were arrested after dancing while waiting on a train. “We were doing the Charleston,” Stern said.
Ever wonder if you have a reasonable expectation of privacy with regard to information on your cellphone? Well, according to data compiled by Representative Edward Markey (D-Mass.), at least 1.3 million law enforcement requests were made last year for data from cellphone companies.