As New Jersey lawmakers continue on a quest for ever-stricter gun laws, the State Assembly is readying discussion over a bill to reduce maximum magazine capacity from 15 to 10 rounds. Because the bill covers both fixed and detachable magazines, it could prohibit at least 43 common rifles, including popular .22 caliber models. The Association […]
Last week, The Heritage Foundation put together a handy list of President Barack Obama’s most flagrant abuses of his pen and his phone. Arguing that Obama has willfully set aside the Constitutional separation of powers in order to accomplish agenda items actions in unprecedentedly ambitious ways, Heritage starts at the bottom with the DOJ’s refusal, […]
New polling data indicate that one out of three U.S. voters has been negatively affected by President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul. According to the results of a Rasmussen poll, 56 percent of likely voters regard Obamacare as unfavorable, while 40 percent have a favorable opinion of the law. Among those who report being personally hurt […]
Last week Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel proposed an additional 40,000 reduction in active duty U.S. Army personnel, down to 450,000 soldiers. As U.S. troops are being withdrawn from the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, it might make sense to reduce not only the active duty military but the entire military budget. However, from the […]
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What’s going to be on the agenda in Washington this week? The topics discussed on the Sunday political talk shows often serve as an indicator of the hot topics to come. Here’s what was discussed yesterday.
An appeals court has ruled that a school district in a central California community was right to ban a trio of students in 2010 from wearing T-shirts that feature the American flag.
What happens if you enroll in Obamacare and then decide somewhere down the road that you want out? It’s early days, but here’s one Florida man’s anecdote — and it’s not encouraging.
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.
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