Less than two years after being fully and finally “decimated” by the Administration of President Barack Obama, al-Qaida has somehow managed to foment new leadership and organize into what CNN described Wednesday as “what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering in years.”
New emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit indicate that former Internal Revenues Service official Lois Lerner’s targeting of conservative groups was part of a broader assault on right-leaning groups by other Federal agencies.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has spent much of this week defending against attacks from foreign policy hawks who argue that his views are too extreme for American politics. The Senator, calling for ambiguity in foreign policy, made the case that “the extremes of foreign policy have had their way, and it has not worked” in a Wednesday opinion piece.
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The Obama Administration is backing a new FDA proposal that seeks to create regulatory interference where, historically, there has been none whatsoever: in the relationship brewers with leftover grain and farmers who need some extra grain to feed to their cattle. The proposed FDA rule would set the government between the brewers and the farmers, […]
If Hillary Clinton runs for President in 2016, three-quarters of American voters believe she’ll get plenty of free PR from the mainstream media – even as the press trashes her Republican opponent. That’s the finding from the latest Rasmussen survey, which sampled 1,000 likely voters over the weekend. A full 41 percent of those surveyed […]
The president of the Nation’s largest federation of labor unions told participants in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session that “it don’t get no better” than Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), before suggesting that the liberal Democrat should run for President. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, who campaigned for Warren during her 2012 race against t then-Senator […]
While many GOP politicians remain mum on the Federal response to Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s refusal to pay grazing fees, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) criticized the government’s actions this week. During a radio interview, Paul called out Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and questioned why the government has so many armed personnel. After a […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning.
The Census Bureau has been directed to change the wording of questions concerning Americans’ health coverage so that it will be impossible to compare the answers with those provided by takers of the bureau’s interim annual surveys in previous years.