The American Legislative Exchange Council says it has become the recent victim of liberal political opportunism sparked by recent events in the news. The organization’s advocacy of Stand Your Ground laws has sparked a liberal attack on its policy initiatives in the wake of the Trayvon Martin controversy.
According to a new study, people appear larger and more muscular if they are holding a weapon. Daniel Hessler of the University of California Los Angeles conducted the study through the use of online surveys.
If you live in South Greensburg, Pa., and intend to make a little money by having a garage sale this summer, make sure you factor in the fee. A garage sale permit is only $5, but it has some wondering if the city is overstepping its bounds.
If President Barack Obama were a Republican, recent media reports would likely have Democrats, equal rights activists and affirmative action proponents up in arms.
The Jewish plastic surgeon known as Dr. Schnoz has decided to cancel a contest after the premise was considered inappropriate by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles have confirmed the obvious in a recent study: Basic survival instincts make people more apt to perceive that individuals brandishing a weapon are a threat.
A proposed law in Oklahoma could make abortions illegal in the State. The Personhood Act, which was passed by the State Senate in February with a 34-8 vote, defines the word “person” to include an embryo at the moment of conception.
Rewind to October 2008: “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody,” said then Presidential candidate Barack Obama. Although the context of the above quote was a conversation with an entrepreneurial plumber, Obama’s plan was to tax the rich.
In the spirit of the traditional, memorable six-word phrases often recited by Presidential candidates on the campaign trail, the National Constitution Center is inviting Americans to share what their six-word message would be if they were running for the Nation’s highest office.
Rick Santorum made the decision to “suspend” his campaign on Tuesday, leaving Mitt Romney, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich as the remaining contenders for the Republican Presidential nominee. Now what?