Actor and short-lived pundit Alec Baldwin penned a 5,300 word essay in New York Magazine titled “Alec Baldwin: Good-bye, Public Life” to explain how running afoul of vocal LGBT advocates and his brief tenure at MSNBC made him realize that he wishes to leave public life for good. In November, Baldwin, an outspoken fan of […]
West Virginia’s Democrat-majority House of Representatives approved a bill earlier this month to raise the State’s mandatory minimum wage to $8.75 per hour above the Federal minimum wage of $7.25. Except for Legislative staffers. The bill itself requires a denial of basic market forces, but in exempting staffers, handicapped employees, students, seniors and 16 other […]
President Barack Obama told an assemblage of Democratic governors last week that, thanks to Obamacare’s mandatory Medicaid expansion in States that match the Federal government’s health care subsidy, “We’ve got close to seven million Americans who have access to health care for the first time.” It’s nowhere close to being true. Even Obama Administration apologist […]
Last week Ukraine saw its worst violence since the break-up of the Soviet Union over 20 years ago. Protesters occupying the main square in the capitol city, Kiev, clashed with police leaving many protesters and police dead and many more wounded. It is an ongoing tragedy and it looks like there is no end in […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
A 13-year-old Chicago boy was arrested and charged with a felony last week for throwing a snowball that hit a police officer in the arm.
The most recent report on firearms manufacturing from U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives reveals that American gun makers churned out more weapons in 2012 than any other in the Nation’s history.
A stroke kills an American every four minutes. But researchers in France have found that certain foods can significantly lower your risk of this dangerous killer.
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Facing massive backlash from the public over its announced plan to place government contractors in the newsrooms of TV stations and print media to “study critical information needs,” the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it would abandon the idea only one day after the plan was made public. The FCC billed its “Multi-Market Study of […]