A new video released by ABC News shows the back of George Zimmerman’s head gashed and lacerated.
As bureaucracy in the United States grows, it is becoming harder and harder to avoid a run-in with law enforcement because of some minor infraction; due to a recent Supreme Court ruling, you will likely be strip searched if you do have one.
The Second Amendment Foundation secured a victory in North Carolina for gun rights last week when a Federal judge did away with a rule that gave the State power to ban firearms and ammunition outside the home during a declared emergency.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s a surveillance drone? The signing of the Federal Aviation Administration Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 will likely open the skies to drones of all kinds. Businesses and individuals alike will be able to have drones at their disposal in the near future.
While many people are marching madly and holding signs, Alveda King, Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece, is marching to the beat of a different drum. In recent months, King, who is the Priests for Life Director of African-American Outreach, has criticized Al Sharpton as well as Jesse Jackson for unwarrantedly making everything a race issue.
Vincent Gray, the mayor of Washington, D.C., wants to have every inch of the Capitol’s roads covered by traffic cameras. Gray says that it is primarily about the citizens’ protection, but others feel that the proposal is about the city’s profit.
House Speaker John Boehner wrote a letter to President Barack Obama saying he “was alarmed to learn of the message [Obama] sent to incoming Russian President Vladimir Putin while in South Korea Monday.”
The Administration of Barack Obama recently released the details of an executive order (National Defense Resource Preparedness) that has led some Americans to believe that the President is working to put the final mechanisms in place to enact martial law in the United States.
The supporters of Trayvon Martin are not the only ones in the news seeking justice and revenge for an alleged wrongdoing. Sixteen Amish have been charged with what prosecutors are calling a hate crime in Ohio.
If his quips during the oral arguments over the Constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s healthcare plan are any indicator, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia likely thinks the whole thing is a ridiculous mess.