Ahead of President Barack Obama’s planned Oval Office speech on Syria Tuesday, the situation remains fluid— calls for an attack on the nation continue, the White House holds steadfast in its willingness to strike without Congressional approval and Russia has made moves to defuse the situation. Asked if President Obama believes he has the authority […]
Former Representative Ron Paul has been a staunch opponent of government attempts to indoctrinate the Nation’s children with a pro-statist curriculum in public schools. Since retiring from Congress, Paul has taken on a number of new projects including the development of a pro-liberty home-school program (more information here) in which students will be enlightened by […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
The contentious police-state tactic of officers stopping random pedestrians for warrantless pat downs is no longer a concern just for residents of New York City. The practice, it seems, is spreading to police departments throughout the Nation.
Vice President Joe Biden, last week, made a suggestion that gave conservative liberty-loving Americans throughout the Nation chills: He said that outgoing Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano should be nominated to the Supreme Court.
As many people throughout the Nation and a growing number of Congressmen continue to oppose American intervention in Syria, President Barack Obama is slated to address the populace from the Oval Office on Tuesday to make his case for war.
The value of a traditional four-year college degree has been on the slide for years in the United States. Meanwhile, the cost of attaining such a degree is perpetually on the rise. New research indicates that American students should take note of other viable options before shelling out money for four-year degrees.
A Gallup poll released Friday reveals that American support for U.S. intervention in the Syrian civil war is “among the lowest for any intervention Gallup has asked about in the last 20 years.” According to the polling agency, 36 percent of Americans favor the U.S. taking military action in order to reduce Syria’s ability to […]
If you’re concerned about government or third-party organizations tracking your online activity, it’s no secret that you should probably steer clear of social media sites. New research on the micro-blogging network Twitter reveals that one-fifth of tweets reveal user location, providing a treasure trove of geo-tagged information for any snoop who is interested. Researchers at […]
This post, by Staff Technologist Dan Auerbach and Global Policy Analyst Eva Galperin, originally appeared on the Electronic Frontier Foundation website on Sept. 5. In one of the most significant leaks to date regarding National Security Agency (NSA) spying, The New York Times, The Guardian and ProPublica reported today that the NSA has gone to […]