Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has set aside her crusade to take away Americans’ 2nd Amendment rights in recent months to devote the bulk of her energy to ensuring that the Federal government retains its ability to abrogate the 4th Amendment with impunity by conducting unchecked mass surveillance.
One of the trends we’ve seen is how, as the word of the National Security Agency’s spying has spread, more and more ordinary people want to know how (or if) they can defend themselves from surveillance online. But where to start?
A school district in Oregon has decided to allow teachers to carry concealed firearms in classrooms as long as they possess a permit, and locals are embracing the move.
Right at the nadir of public opinion over the government’s abuse of surveillance power comes a fresh story about cars, black boxes, real-time location surveillance and government tax collectors.
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In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Senator John McCain lavished praise upon former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton whom he thinks will be a formidable Presidential candidate. The failed Presidential candidate and longtime Senator said that, with the exception of the handling of the Sept. 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, Clinton served as an […]
A Rasmussen poll released today shows more than half of American voters sampled believe the implementation of the Affordable Care Act will ultimately damage the quality of health care offered in the United States. The poll, which surveyed 1,000 likely voters by phone over the weekend, found that people are largely happy with the quality […]
From today’s White House press briefing: Fox News’ Ed Henry asked Press Secretary Jay Carney if he still maintained that the President’s infamous promise – that Americans who liked their health plans could keep them under Obamacare – is still true today. Here’s Carney’s long admission: Carney: “Well, well, let’s – let’s just be clear. What […]
Last week it was reported that Saudi Arabia decided to make a “major shift” away from its 80 years of close cooperation with the United States. The Saudi leadership is angry that the Obama Administration did not attack Syria last month, and that it has not delivered heavy weapons to the Syrian rebels fighting to […]