Being sure not to let the anniversary of 9/11 go to waste, House Republicans spent Tuesday doing the bidding of the military-industrial complex and speaking out against any form of military spending cuts — even as the United States faces $16 trillion in deficits.
While Americans were remembering the events of 9/11 that catapulted the United States into more than a decade of war, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Americans of hindering Israel’s ability to defend itself on Tuesday.
As President Barack Obama’s approval rating continues to drop, the number of death threats against him continues to rise. In the past week, at least three people have been investigated.
The business district of Beaver Falls, Pa., is trying to keep its patrons on a short leash. The area near Pittsburgh is considering banning dogs.
A student at a university near Baltimore wants to start a White Student Union. Matthew Heimbach of Towson University says there is a Black Student Union on campus that celebrates its heroes, and he wants to be free to do the same.
President Barack Obama has been criticizing Mitt Romney’s math skills. Regarding the budget of the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan ticket, Obama has said, “That’s not bold leadership; that’s bad math.” But Obama did some bad math of his own while campaigning in Florida.
Today is the 11th anniversary of 9/11. We’ve compiled some of the sights and sounds from Sept. 11, 2001. Remember the 2,996 people who died in New York, Washington and Shanksville, Pa., as well as the thousands of war dead who have perished since in the “War on Terror.”
A new study indicates that one of the reasons many Americans consider extreme leftism or extreme right wing views the only options for political ideology is because of sensationalized news media.
Following Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s speech, Democrats enjoyed comparing the Wisconsin Representative to Pinocchio. But if anyone’s nose is growing this election, it’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s.
Dismal employment numbers released on Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor can mean only one thing for America’s Keynesian money managers: Future consequences be damned, it’s time for another round of inflationary quantitative easing (inflationary fiat money making).