New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is continuing his attack on food and freedom. The Mayor who proposed a ban on large drinks might turn his attention to popcorn and milkshakes. While meeting to discuss the implementation of the drink ban, some board members suggested banning other food items.
Swedish men must have really bad aim. If the Left Party in Sormland has its way, men at the county council building will be required to sit down when they urinate. The party is pushing the proposal as a way to promote public health.
Be they targeted assassinations with unavoidable collateral damage or crashes, U.S. drone missions have been responsible for a number of deaths that remains largely unknown by speculators and top U.S. officials alike.
Urban Outfitters has released a lighthearted T-shirt that may help the GOP appear less stuffy to young voters who shun some of the social aspects of modern conservatism while embracing the fiscal and small government ideals of the right.
A woman at Sky Harbor International Airport had police called after a Transportation Security Administration official allegedly touched her breast. The woman began yelling that she had been molested. The ordeal was posted online in May 2011 but is just now receiving national recognition.
Tom Willis of WJXT in Jacksonville, Fla., recently suggested that President Barack Obama should try his hand at another occupation once his Presidency expires. “I was just wondering if you would give any thought to being on ‘American Idol’ or ‘America’s Got Talent’?” the reporter asked.
According to some pet owners, a new program in Jerusalem really stinks. The city is planning to put together a DNA database of dogs which will be used to track down owners who allow their pet to defecate in public spaces.
Liberal Keynesian economist Paul Krugman said during a recent speech that the economy under President Barack Obama is “incredibly awful.” During a keynote, Krugman compared the current economic times to that of the Great Depression.
Things have not been going as well as the Administration of President Barack Obama likely wishes they were in recent weeks, and the President seems to be taking heat from people across the political spectrum. Obama seems to be losing his luster with media and liberal bloggers while being embroiled in controversy.
Environmentalists have taken to Federal court to demand that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency overstep its authority and regulate lead ammunition. The environmental groups want the EPA to go after lead ammunition under the Toxic Substance Control Act.