Kermit Gosnell, who severed the spinal cords of infants born in spite of abortion attempts at his West Philadelphia clinic, was convicted Monday of three counts of first-degree murder. The abortion provider was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter in relation to the 2009 death of 41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar, who died of a drug overdose in […]
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Ever since the first round of ex-soldiers went to college for free on the post-World War II G.I. Bill, the U.S. higher-education network of public and private universities has had its own miniature Federal Reserve-style money printer, in the form of Federal student aid entitlements.
One of the key proponents of a technology allowing a plastic gun to be assembled through a three-dimensional printing process has been forced to remove all firearms-related schematics from a personal defense website that had made the designs available for free.
Every so often, a Presidential Administration is plagued by a report that reveals unconscionable crookedness, depravity or incompetence. And those reports, given the nature of the country’s political system, usually come as no surprise to the American everyman.
Last week, the Republican-controlled House approved a bill that would require the Federal government to make efforts to pay back foreign-held debts before committing to additional domestic expenditures.
Residents on lawn mowers have formed a “Mower Gang” in Detroit, determined to maintain public aesthetics in a city where there’s not enough public money to pay enough workers to keep overgrown parks, roadsides and medians usable and clean. TheBlaze reported Friday that many people who’ve chosen to persevere in their near-bankrupt city, whether wealthy […]
Ever want to know what it’s like to fly around on Air Force One? For the right price you could own a plane that formerly served as the Presidential transport. The General Services Administration is auctioning off the McDonnell Douglas DC9-32, which was used to transport Presidents and other top Administration officials between 1975 and […]
The little card that identifies Illinois residents as lawful gun owners has gotten incredibly hard to obtain, as State police report an enormous backlog of applications since December of last year. According to a CBS Chicago report, Illinois State Police are already 76,000 applications behind in processing citizens’ requests for Firearms Owner Identification (FOID) Cards […]
The Mayor and city council of Quincy, Mass., have been trying to get some kind of statement out of officials with the Federal Aviation Administration regarding a two-week-long ordeal in which residents have seen — and heard — some kind of unidentified, low-flying aircraft buzzing over the city every night, from sundown to sunup. Officials […]