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 […]
The law that has long kept government-supported media outlets – such as Voice of America and Radio Free Europe – from being broadcast here in the U.S. was repealed on July 2nd with President Barack Obama’s signing of this year’s National Defense Authorization Act. In practical terms, that means that propagandist state media outlets ostensibly […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. Saturday night’s not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial will enable the neighborhood-watch volunteer to resume his case against NBC News for the editing of his widely distributed call to police. Back in […]
In light of the growing concern among law enforcement agencies in Florida over possible riots in the wake of a verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, we wanted to provide you with some information you can use to help you stay safe.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Friday that she would be leaving her national security post. The announcement of Big Sis’ forthcoming departure drew cheerful rejoice, rebukes of Napolitano and calls for DHS to be dismantled.
A poll that sampled 1,000 Americans last week revealed that 62 percent don’t want healthcare prices set by government mandates or well-intentioned policies, and that the free market offers a better opportunity for striking a desirable balance between healthcare quality and healthcare costs.
Obamacare may be unpopular, costly and full of burdensome regulations. But maybe it isn’t too late to give the President’s controversial healthcare overhaul a bit of hipster flair to get the more stylish among us on board.
Back in March, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper lied when asked by Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) whether the National Security Agency (NSA) was collecting “any type of data at all on millions, or hundreds of millions, of Americans” by saying, “Not wittingly. There are cases where they could inadvertently, perhaps, collect, but not willingly.” […]
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Here’s what happens when the local media and the local police are very friendly. Reporter Jessie Gavin and her cameraman were recently on a ride along with Corporal C.D. McCormick of the Beckley Police Department in West Virginia when the officer pulled over an elderly war veteran from of town for talking on […]