One of the authors of the post-Sept. 11 bill has turned against the broad surveillance powers, loophole abuses and 4th Amendment-shredding licentiousness the law introduced under President George W. Bush and the expansion of Federal police powers under Barack Obama.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s year-old lawsuit to bring down the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is beginning to receive more attention now that Obamacare has endured the first week of its square-wheeled rollout. Taking a different approach than that employed by the 28 States that lost a Constitutional argument before the Supreme Court, […]
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Many of the “experts” invited to discuss the need to intervene in the Syrian civil war by mainstream media over the past several weeks have close relationships with contractors and other organizations with a vested interest in involving the U.S. in another military conflict, according to a new report. The thorough report, produced by the […]
Republican leaders submitted a proposal Friday to temporarily raise the Federal debt limit for six weeks and fund the government through mid-December, consenting to President Barack Obama’s demand that the current $16.7 trillion Federal debt rise further while preserving funding for Obamacare. The Obamacare medical device tax would be repealed under the House GOP agreement, […]
As the government shutdown continues to highlight the dysfunction between Republican and Democratic lawmakers, Americans are increasingly coming to believe that the Nation is in need of a viable third-party option. According to a poll from Gallup, 60 percent of Americans say a third party option is needed for voters based on the poor job […]
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According to a poll out from FOX News on Tuesday, most Americans asked to imagine being lawmakers who would have to vote on a debt ceiling increase said that they would vote “nay” on a measure to raise the government’s borrowing limit.
Cassandra Feuerstein of Chicago admits she did it: She was driving under the influence, so she pulled over to the side of the road and attempted to sleep it off. The police found her and took her in, charging her with a DUI. Feuerstein didn’t contest the charges and pleaded guilty. But she’s suing for what officer Michael Hart did to her while she was in custody.
An annual report that ranks U.S. States according to how business-friendly their tax structures are indicates that people looking for a place to start a new enterprise will do best if they go West. Wyoming tops a top-10 list of business-friendly States rounded out by Florida, Indiana, New Hampshire and a handful of mostly rural western States.