Gun control advocates are urging social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram to make changes that would crack down on gun-related pages and posts, which anti-firearm groups say are facilitating illegal gun sales and trades.
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (UPI) — A proposed Kentucky bill lets a candidate run for multiple offices, allowing Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to run both for President and for his current seat, a State legislator said. Kentucky State Senate Majority Leader Damon Thayer told The Washington Times he has proposed a bill allowing any candidate in the […]
We expect to encounter any number of conservatives, libertarians, Tea Partiers and, yes, a few token RINOs invited to speak at this year’s CPAC conference, which we’ll be covering from the floor of the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Md. But one person we know we won’t be running into is House […]
American educators are on the lookout for a new and growing danger to America’s schoolchildren: “Level 2 lookalike firearms.” That’s bureaucratic-educator speak for a finger. According to The Columbus Dispatch, a fifth-grade student at Devonshire Alternative Elementary in Columbus, Ohio, was suspended from school for three days last week for allegedly fashioning his thumb and […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. Presidential election may be two years away, but results of a CBS News-New York Times poll offers some insight into what Tea Party followers may want. Results of a February poll indicate Tea Party Republicans have the most interest in Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky as a 2016 Presidential contender, […]
This article by Gary M. Galles originally appeared on the Ludwig von Mises Institute website on Tuesday, March 4. Mandatory union membership and mandatory dues imposed on those who do not want to join are again at issue. On the heels of contentious “right to work” disputes in several states, the Supreme Court has recently heard […]
Reportedly, Cover Oregon accidentally enrolled nearly 4,000 illegal immigrants in full-fledged health insurance coverage thanks to a “goof,” just one of many problems that have plagued a glitch-riddled, unpopular, bloated and ineffectual mess of a website.
In what is likely not an isolated incident, investigators at one Florida police department used powerful cellphone-tracking technology on at least 200 occasions without ever notifying judges or seeking warrants for the intrusive surveillance.