Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
When politicians hop on the soapbox to decry wasteful spending in government, they often cite social welfare programs or corporate tax breaks as the biggest reasons that America is broke. Usually undiscussed by the political class is the amount of money gratuitously spent by the Nation’s leadership to inflate their own mammoth egos.
Despite the efforts of 2nd Amendment revisionists to link mass shootings and urban violence with Americans’ Constitutionally protected right to bear arms, public will remains on the side of the 2nd Amendment.
In the year since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary school renewed calls for stricter gun laws, the political back-and-forth has made stock in firearms manufacturers one of the best-performing investments on Wall Street for 2013.
A Florida judge surprised both parties in a fall custody hearing by declaring that the divorced couple’s children must cease their home-schooling regimen and begin attending public schools. Now, a prominent home-schooling advocacy group is urging the court to reconsider its position.
Despite urging from intelligence officials who sought to institute a measure of face-saving accountability before a public angry over illegal government spying, the Administration of President Barack Obama has decided to keep the one-man administrative umbrella that oversees both the National Security Agency and Cyber Command, the military’s digital intelligence arm. That decision serves as […]
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House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) lashed out against “outside” conservative organizations this week for criticizing an $85 billion bipartisan budget compromise that many conservatives feel doesn’t do enough to cut spending. Now, conservative groups are ramping up their criticisms of the Speaker. The lawmaker didn’t name any specific groups during a critical press conference Thursday, […]
We asked readers to follow Senator Ted Cruz’s lead and fix the sign President Barack Obama holds in a recent White House Tweet. The sign originally said, “#GETCOVERED Because nobody should have to go broke just because they get sick.”
The world watched as 100 heads of state gathered in a stadium in Johannesburg to pay their respects to former South African President Nelson Mandela. What a circus that was — media and otherwise! This week, political cartoonists tackled the Mandela memorial service missteps and more.