Residents approached Atlanta media last week to complain about illegal roadside strip searches at the hands of multiple police departments in Georgia. A subsequent investigative report confirmed their allegations.
But a consortium of minority student groups at the University of Minnesota, in a fit of confusing “racial” with “racist,” is putting heavy pressure on the school’s administrators to withhold from future campus crime alerts any description of a suspect’s race.
Sgt. Star is a chatbot that was commissioned by the U.S. Army to help with recruitment efforts. Last year, the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a request with the Army to see if EFF could obtain him, or elements of him, through the Freedom of Information Act.
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The annual State of the States report out from Gallup shows that a majority of Americans self-identified as conservatives in 2013. The polling agency reports that the highest concentration of conservative residents is in Wyoming; conversely, there are fewer conservatives in Washington D.C. than anywhere else in the Nation. In Wyoming, more than half of […]
In “Just Say No To Firearm Ignorance,” NRA News commentator Billy Johnson said he doesn’t understand the typical response to accidental gun-related deaths. He believes it’s wrong to teach children to be afraid of guns. “What baffles me — what I struggle to fully comprehend — is why, as a community, our response to accidental […]
In his State of the Union address Tuesday, President Barack Obama blew raspberries at Congress and said something along the lines of: “Nah nah ne boo boo. You can’t stop me!” Well, what he really said was: “[W]herever and whenever I can take steps without legislation …, that’s what I’m going to do.” Nobody shouted “All hail the king!” in response, although some Democrats stood and applauded.
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Attorney General Eric Holder didn’t have a ready answer when questioned by Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) Wednesday on the Constitutional basis for the President’s use of executive orders.
The results of a new poll from Gallup indicate that President Barack Obama’s push for stricter gun control may have actually led more Americans to feel that the Nation needs less strict gun laws.