Representative Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) recently offered a poignant anecdote highlighting the human toll wrought by the pestilence and famine that has beset America, making an impassioned plea to her colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives last week to help the impoverished, destitute and hungry recipients of food stamps in her district, who have resorted […]
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The media don’t care about the victims of crime. The elected class doesn’t care about the victims of crime. A great many cultural leaders and highly visible famous people don’t care. But they do care about manipulating outrage.
An overabundance of welfare benefits leads people to abuse the system. Evidence of the point is currently on display in England, Scotland and Wales, where government announcements that unemployment benefits would soon be capped led more than 12,000 people to successfully seek gainful employment.
The not guilty verdict delivered in the George Zimmerman case set off racially charged national debate, as the Justice Department announced that it will further review the case in search of civil rights abuses and as race baiters cheered on by the left’s punditry screamed that the jury verdict simply will not do.
The Center for Security Policy, a self-described bipartisan nonprofit research and advocacy coalition, chided President Barack Obama in a press release Friday, calling on the White House to chart a different domestic security course than the one set by Janet Napolitano.
Teamsters Union president James Hoffa sent an open letter to President Barack Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi last week warning them that he’s all but decided to pull his support from the Affordable Care Act if it reneges on the President’s promise that workers happy with their present coverage could continue it once […]
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President Barrack Obama, to the dismay of anti-war and humanitarian advocates throughout the world, was given a Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. A Swedish sociology professor named Stefan Svallfors says that the Nobel Prize committee has a chance to “help to save the Nobel Peace Prize from the disrepute incurred by the hasty and ill-conceived […]
During President Barack Obama’s first campaign he managed to sail into the White House with overwhelming youth and minority support. The President was able to reestablish hype with members of the same demographic in his second campaign. But as Obama moves further into his second Presidential term, blacks, Hispanics and young voters are increasingly tiring […]