Among Republican Party name brands with possible aspirations to seek the 2016 Presidential nomination, so far only Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee have made known their opinions on Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s standoff with the Bureau of Land Management.
The struggling United States Postal Service is actively looking for new ways to increase revenue, including mining Americans’ personal information for data to sell to marketers.
Senator John Cornyn is concerned that the Department of Justice is doing the legwork ahead of an executive order mandating that firearms be equipped with technology to identify authorized users via biometric technology such as fingerprint recognition.
Almost as quickly as she announced her departure from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as the rollout wizard for Obamacare, Kathleen Sebelius found herself courting overtures from Democrats to consider a run at a U.S. Senate seat.
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Nicolas Aquino, a Carmel, Calif. resident and Air Force captain who’s been featured in promotional material for the military because of his sterling reputation as a voluntarily enlisted airman, found himself in an unfortunate situation last December: a neighbor mistook him for a burglar as he entered his own home late one night and called […]
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) doubled down on his criticism of rancher Cliven Bundy Thursday, labeling the rancher’s supporters as “domestic terrorists.” In an interview with the Las Vegas Review Journal, Reid accused Americans who defended Bundy against the Bureau of Land Management of being terrorists because they protested the Federal government’s actions while […]
Michael Bloomberg, whose continued corporeal existence now represents his last remaining obstacle to entering into Heaven, has launched a fresh gun control campaign featuring a tragic scenario that, according to the television spot, happens “all the time” throughout America. The ad, a vehicle for a new gun control group Bloomberg founded called Everytown for Gun Safety, plays out […]
British politician Nigel Farage, an outspoken critic of the European Union, warned his European colleagues this week that EU nations are repeating many of the mistakes that ripped the continent apart a century ago. The European Parliament marked centenary of WWI this week with a debate revolving around what European nations must do in order […]
This article, written by activist Nadia Kayyali and attorney Kurt Opsahl, was originally published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation on April 16. While most courts in the United States are adversarial—each party presents its side and a jury, or occasionally a judge, makes a decision—in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), only the government presents […]