MSNBC ‘s Andrea Mitchell was having a serious conversation about the National Security Agency with former Congresswoman Jane Harman (D-Calif.) this week when the two were interrupted by breaking news. As Harman explained that lawmakers should seriously consider doing away with provisions of the Patriot Act that green light the NSA’s most invasive snooping, Mitchell […]
President Barack Obama wants to have it both ways. He’s a big fan of being Big Brother, and he wants the deets on absolutely everybody. But he’s also a big fan of being popular, and he isn’t feeling the love these days. Ever since Edward Snowden revealed that the National Security Agency spies on everybody, Americans have been furious. So last Friday, Obama announced a plan to reign in the NSA (but only a little bit).
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Smith & Wesson announced Wednesday it will no longer sell its popular range of M&P (military and police) handguns in California, thanks to new gun-identifying regulations that are driving up manufacturing costs in the State while forcing more American citizens onto a registry that allows the government to keep track of their firearms.
Reportedly, President Barack Obama is readying a new series of regulatory recommendations that, if approved, would essentially equip the IRS with sufficient power to choke conservative grass-roots organizations out of effectiveness in time for the 2014 midterm elections.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other ranking Obama Administration officials lied about what happened in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012. There is now no doubt that the initial lies and the results of the Senate’s recently released report on the terror attacks are a well-planned smokescreen to protect Hillary 2016.
The Environmental Protection Agency has enjoyed a massive expansion in its regulatory authority under the Administration of Barack Obama. The EPA’s public agenda continues to elicit public censure. However, the agency’s recently revealed backroom dealings are an even bigger threat to American capitalism.
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George H.W. Bush couldn’t help it when he literally vomited on Japan’s Prime Minister at a state dinner in 1992. So what’s George Tsunis’ excuse? Tsunis, one of several Obama fundraisers awaiting a plum ambassadorship as a reward for lavishing Team Obama with hundreds of thousands in bundled campaign funds in the 2012 election cycle, […]
Perhaps in response to recent buzz that Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a perpetual Tea Party favorite, may be on the verge of becoming the GOP’s most viable 2016 Presidential contender, Senator Charles Schumer is digging up tired Tea Party smears in an effort to turn voters against the small government movement which has embedded itself […]