A New Jersey Fox News television affiliate has been prowling the State in recent weeks, acting on viewer tips directing them to communities of homeless people living in tents, under overpasses, or – as seen in the video below – in makeshift shelters and abandoned buildings left to rot in the woods. “I first had […]
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence has become the latest American anti-gun group to exploit the tragic death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin in order to undermine Americans’ 2nd Amendment rights. The organization has released a deceptive online advertisement complete with a “reenactment” of the night Martin was killed, in an effort to abolish Stand […]
This article, written by staff attorney Hanni Fakhoury, was originally published on August 20, 2013 by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In the ongoing legal battle between craigslist and 3taps, a new court opinion makes clear that people are “authorized” under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) to access a public website. But what the court gave with one hand […]
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told National Review today he’d be delighted to see New Jersey Governor Chris Christie win the Republican nomination for the 2016 Presidential race. “We’re friendly, and I think extremely highly of him, and he knows I’d be delighted if he became a national candidate,” Kissinger said. “Conservatives should recognize […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. Now, it’s personal. Glenn Greenwald, the reporter who broke the news about secret U.S. surveillance programs, said the authorities who took his partner into custody at London’s Heathrow Airport “are going to regret […]
President Barack Obama may enjoy rubbing shoulders with supporters who are mainstream Hollywood superstars and pop music behemoths like Beyoncé. But on the fringes of fame are a number of celebrities using their media microphones from time to time to voice disapproval of the President — often quite eloquently.
Senator Rand Paul is proposing that the government system of checks and balances be used as it is designed, to allow for a Supreme Court review of the National Security Agency’s tactics. Paul contends that allowing NSA to operate in a manner that is totally unConstitutional evidences Obama’s lack of understanding of government checks and balances.
The Congressional Research Service has tabulated 82 separate deadlines that represent mandatory stepping stones in the rollout of Obamacare. Each one is a part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and enforcing each is required if the law (and its enforcers) are to retain their integrity. But the Obama Administration has already missed 41 of them.
A recent USDA report found a 30 percent increase in the proportion of food stamp recipients who illegally sell their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program credits back to stores, which fraudulently redeem the credits by paying the SNAP recipients the credits’ cash value.
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