Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Egypt is in disarray as the Barack Obama-backed Muslim Brotherhood government is being pushed from power by the nation’s military. The uprisings, according to many foreign policy experts, are yet another example of how dangerous American meddling in Mideast affairs is to any measure of true democracy.
There are a lot viral videos of test-case encounters with police — the kind in which a law-abiding person, tired of the way in which police usurp the Bill of Rights, decides to open carry a firearm or to refuse to give consent to a vehicle search. But this video is one of the most illustrative.
It’s a great time to be a temporary or part-time employee in America. But it’s a terrible time to have a full-time job or a job that tasks you with making anything — except, maybe, burgers and tacos. That’s one takeaway from last week’s June jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Environmental Protection Agency is slated to release an onslaught of new regulatory initiatives in September, taking on everything from carbon dioxide emissions to pollution run-off from military ships.
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Three Hawthorne, Calif. police officers have been taken off patrol duty after the department received a deluge of threats from outraged Americans who watched a video of at least one officer shoot and kill a Rottweiler belonging to a man whom they were arresting – for videotaping them – last week. Another spectator’s video of […]
Do you feel well-represented by your Federal government? If you said no, President Barack Obama wants you to change your tune: You should love the government “because the government is us,” the President said Monday. Obama was attempting to make the point that Americans should focus less on government failings and more on where it […]
During a Restore the Fourth rally in Washington D.C. last week, former National Security Agency employee-turned-whistleblower Thomas Drake called on Americans to revolt against government surveillance and information control. “I call for a new American Revolution declaring our independence from the surveillance state and government control of information,” he said. Drake went on to decry […]
This week, Halalgoogling, a search engine that fetches results from others like Google and Bing and filters content according to Islamic law was launched. A press release announced that the Sharia-friendly search engine has a built-in “advanced special filtering system that blocks Haram content according to the Law of Islam” doing away with any content […]