A column in The Washington Post relates that, since the beginning of March, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has found a new tactic for handling any press corps questions that aspire to any semblance of incisiveness: The petulant PR hack simply tells reporters they don’t know how to ask questions.
In case you never saw the A&E television show “American Hoggers,” Texas and many other States are overrun by feral hogs. The pigs, 1.5 million strong, are destroying environments and cause more than $500 million per year in damage to Texas alone.
If a national vehicle exists for the hair-splitting legislative agenda of one group of faithful to ease separation of church and state, there is nothing in the Constitution barring another from using the same track to encourage an agenda that goes against everything America was intended to represent.
An elderly Florida man was carrying his legal .38 caliber revolver in his vehicle Sunday evening when a robber with a violent past decided he’d make an easy target. But James Stevens of Ocala wasn’t an easy target, because he had the means to defend himself.
Prosecutors in Barnegat, N.J., think so. You can be arrested there and charged for public lewdness in the presence of security cameras, even if you’re the only living soul in sight. According to an Asbury Park Press report, a 56-year-old woman was arrested for directing some unkind gestures toward an array of cameras on Lexington […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
In a nonsensical dinner speech loaded with self-reference and quips that seemed to emanate from a man very removed from the mood of the Nation, President Barack Obama revealed an aloof and callous sense of humor regarding the people who elected him.
A new poll conducted by The Hill finds that Americans feel the Nation’s economic condition is destined to worsen and that mainstream media is overly sympathetic to President Barack Obama.
In 2009, the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers announced an effort that would create a national curriculum for American K-12 students. Quickly, all but four States signed on. Some States, however, are re-thinking the decision.
The list of gun manufacturers that won’t sell their products to government agencies — unless regular people can buy them too — has tripled in two weeks’ time.