A man who sank his personal watercraft in a nearby bay after a night of drinking was able to swim to shore and penetrate the multimillion-dollar security system in place at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport.
The FBI described die-hard fans of the rap group Insane Clown Posse as members of a “loose-knit gang” on par with the likes of Crypt, Blood and MS-13 gang members in its “2011 National Gang Threat Assessment.”
Since the 9/11 attacks, the New York Police Department has become an increasingly creepy apparatus of nanny-Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s vision of a utopian surveillance state. Officials are proud of it, and they’re upping the ante.
By simply taking a half hour out of your day for resistance exercise and working a brisk walk or run into your busy schedule, you can greatly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.
Thomas Jefferson envisioned America as a Nation that would thrive indefinitely if it stayed true to its agrarian beginnings. What he didn’t expect (likely no Founding Father did) was how bureaucrats would one day do everything in their power to hurt American farmers.
An extensive study conducted by Gallup offers a not-so-subtle clue as to why the U.S. economy is in dire straits: The people running the show are the only ones in the entire Nation who believe government’s economic policies are making things better.
America’s youth have a serious drug problem, but it doesn’t involve the teenage backstreet drug-deals you might expect; U.S. psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic drugs to one out of every three children they treat.
The childhood rhyme, “No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers’ dirty looks,” could become a reality for students in Salt Lake City. Innovations High will be trying out a new way of educating.
Papa John’s is anticipating the effects of Obamacare. The CEO of the popular pizza place believes it will have to raise its prices. CEO and founder “Papa” John Schnatter says that Obamacare will result in more expensive pizzas.
Though the mainstream media are mum, the President’s ability to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens expected of terrorist activities was argued in a Federal court in lower Manhattan on Tuesday; the judge’s attitude toward the provisions prompted the Obama Administration to file an appeal.