As Congress fights over whether to permanently raise interest rates on Federal student loans, or to keep them level or peg them to financial markets, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has released a report that indicates the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will appropriate billions of dollars in student loan interest to subsidize the […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. President Barack Obama has sought to limit the damage from the growing transatlantic espionage row after Germany and France denounced the major snooping activities of U.S. agencies and warned of a possible delay […]
Over the objection of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Illinois Governor Pat Quinn, it will soon be legal to carry a concealed weapon on the streets of Chicago. The change in the law comes via the actions of conservatives in the Illinois Legislature, as well as from a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
The Nation’s ruling class has taken note of the Information Age. And they are hell-bent on creating restrictions that would pick and choose who is and who is not afforded journalist protections pursuant to the 1st Amendment.
Sarah Palin intimated Saturday that the time may be near when conservatives disenfranchised by elected leaders may wake up and realize that the modern American political landscape is a product of citizens’ own making and that it should be changed.
Imagine for a moment that you’re leaving a local convenience store with an armful of midnight snacks when, just as you get into your vehicle, seven people approach you, drawing guns and jumping on the automobile. What would you do? Elizabeth Day tried to get the hell out of Dodge.
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President Barack Obama revealed a plan to bring electricity to sub-Saharan Africa on a massive scale Sunday, pledging $7 billion in Federal funds to a new program he said will bring “light where there is currently darkness.” Under the President’s “Power Africa” program, the U.S. will commit to funding the expansion of the region’s infrastructure […]
Is there any better way to marginalize women’s role in society than asserting that the only power they have to enact change is in their pants? “A sex strike, sometimes called a sex boycott, is a strike, a method of non-violent resistance in which one or multiple persons refrain from sex with their partner(s) to […]
Before a number of highly restrictive gun laws take effect in Colorado, gun rights advocates in the State organized a Farewell to Arms festival last weekend in protest of the measures. A crowd of nearly 5,000 people gathered at the town of Glendale’s Infinity Park on Saturday afternoon in a last-minute protest against a new […]