A recent poll out from Pew reveals, unsurprisingly, that Democrats throughout the Nation are reluctant to hold the Administration of Barack Obama responsible for scandals that have recently made national headlines. In reference to the Justice Department’s decision to subpoena the phone records of Associated Press journalists as part of an investigation into classified information […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day.
Risk management firm Aon, which sells insurance to companies that seek to establish an international footprint, released its global “Terrorism and Political Violence” assessment map for 2013 last week, revealing that countries in North and South America, generally, are among the Earth’s most politically stable, most terror-free and most friendly to new business.
This time each year, thousands of gleeful new college graduates gather with their classmates one final time to consummate their educational journey before being unleashed into the world. But before they toss their mortarboards in the air and head off in separate directions, many of this years’ graduates get one last healthy dose of liberalism, via commencement speeches.
One day before the Internal Revenue Service began its now-infamous hit job on Tea Party nonprofits, the leader of the labor union representing the agency’s employees — a vocally anti-Tea Party group — met with President Barack Obama at the White House.
A press release issued by the Italian company Perazzi Shotguns indicates that not only was Daniele Perazzi not arrested in Denver, but he has been deceased for more than a year.
A new poll by the American Action Forum reveals that, if President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — also known as Obamacare — ends up failing, the President will have simple market forces to thank. That’s because young people, who typically incur lower healthcare costs as a demographic far less exposed to health […]
Researchers writing in the journal Nature Geoscience are perplexed that the theory of global warming isn’t holding sway over what the Earth has actually been doing for the past 14 years. Revising one’s views about such an inconvenient truth isn’t easy, so the international group of scientists who published the report is being cautious in […]
French business publication Les Echos reported last week that the French government sent more than 8,000 wealthy households a tax bill last year that, incredibly, topped 100 percent of their income. Those who earned more than 1.3 million euros were subject to hand all of their money — and then some — to the government, […]
The recent wave of scandals plaguing the initial months of President Barack Obama’s second term are making life tough for White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. Increasingly, the President’s talking head is facing tough questions from bulldog reporters, something Carney clearly hasn’t had a great deal of practice with. Speaking today about the Internal Revenue […]