FBI reports reveal that a man who killed 13 people at Fort Hood in 2009 was not investigated because of political correctness. The news comes from a government official who wishes to remain anonymous.
Equipment purchased by the Department of Energy with stimulus money seems to have vanished. When the Energy Department’s Office of Inspector General conducted an audit, $500,000 of equipment could not be located.
After a two-year review, the Boy Scouts of America has decided to keep its policy of excluding gays. The organization has been criticized for policies that ban openly gay boys from membership and gay or lesbian adults from serving in leadership roles.
The Library of Congress is currently celebrating books that it deems have been instrumental in shaping the American mystique with a list of 88 titles and an exhibit in Washington, D.C. Surprisingly, given that the list was compiled by an entity of the Federal government, there are also a few titles that all liberty-loving Americans should have in their libraries.
It turns out socialists know how to grow the economy in one segment of the market: real estate. French real estate agency figures show that following the country’s recent election of a socialist president and political majority, wealthy Frenchmen are opting to move out of the country.
Faced with falling profits and a failing to make an easy transition into the digital age, some American news media outlets have turned away from facts and embraced dishonesty to resuscitate a dying industry.
The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding that a Colorado sheriff apologize after he issued a warning about gypsies. Robinson’s description of gypsies is what upset the ACLU. He described a gypsy as a “medium to dark complexioned Caucasian” with “dark hair and dark eyes.”
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified before the Senate Banking Committee yesterday, saying that the economy is still floundering and hinting that another round of Federal Reserve action is on the horizon.
President Barack Obama has harped on the benefits of higher education during his Presidency; but according to a new survey, fewer and fewer people see the advantage of a college education. About one in four people said that attending college is not worth the money.
Wednesday will mark an important moment for anyone who has come to question the shady operations and perceived benefit to American economic policy of the Federal Reserve in the past few years because of Representative Ron Paul’s (R-Texas) crusade against the central bank.