Geo Gun Marker, a smartphone app created by Walkingtools, which describes itself as “a loose confederation of software and related art or education projects,” allows users to electronically log the locations of “potentially unsafe guns and gun owners.” A description of the app, available at the Google Play store, reads as follows: Geolocate Dangerous Guns […]
With a bill before Congress that aims to establish a 22-week cutoff for abortion procedures in the U.S. – as well as a high-profile debate in Texas over similar legislation – the public discussion over late term abortion limits has escalated into extremism, with passions on both sides fueling hyperbolic language. But a survey of […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Mortgage activity declined last week as interest rates reached levels unseen since July 2011, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Wednesday. Mortgage activity involving new loans and refinancing activity dropped 4 percent in the week, the MBA said. The organization said average interest rates for standard 30-year, fixed-rate conforming loans increased from 4.58 […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. The White House is dramatically expanding its efforts to sell the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, hiring additional staffers, formulating a public-relations strategy and reaching out to key lawmakers as the new […]
President Barack Obama knows that the African energy initiatives he announced in a June 30 speech will rely heavily on developing nations using coal as a primary supplier for any expansion of the sub-Saharan region’s energy infrastructure. But Obama’s vilification of coal in his Georgetown University speech last month is wholly absent from the $7 billion plan he’s crafted for Africa.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau isn’t yet 3 years old, but it’s already every bit as entrenched as the National Security Agency in snooping through the personal data of millions of unwitting Americans.
A study of the Barack Obama Administration’s recently released regulatory agenda for the coming year reveals that the President’s rule-making agenda could cost upward of $130 billion in compliance and implementation costs.
A decorated war veteran learned during a trip in California earlier this year that the sacrifices he has made for his Nation mean nothing to government employees instructed to view every citizen as a terror threat.
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GOP leaders in the House of Representatives are calling on President Barack Obama to grant the American people the same one-year reprieve from mandatory state-managed health care that the White House recently announced it would be granting to businesses. House Republican Leader Eric Cantor said he “never thought I’d see the day when the White House; […]