As Americans have been busy trying to make sense of the upcoming Presidential election, Congress quietly agreed on a matter of importance: making sure that, without Senate approval and without retribution, 170 people can be appointed to powerful positions by whoever assumes the Presidency.
The massive amount of student loan debt owed by U.S. citizens is, according to some economists, creating a financial bubble that is bound to bust with dire circumstances. Now, new research shows how student loan debt may be a way wealth is redistributed from one generation to the next.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has begun crucifying those who oppose President Mohammed Morsi. Some of the victims have been Egyptian Christians. Crucifixions were reported by Arab News, Al Khabar News, Dostor Watany and Egypt Now.
Two high school choirs in Georgia will miss out on an opportunity to perform at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra because it was decided that they are not racially diverse enough. The choruses of Walton High School and Lassiter High School will have to sit on the sidelines.
Today, Personal Liberty wishes a happy birthday to Republican Presidential candidate, veteran Congressman and America’s foremost modern champion of liberty, freedom, sound money and a return to the values of a Constitutional Republic: Ron Paul.
A program that has its roots in Orlando, Fla., provides incentives for residents who are willing to turn in their firearms. Those who give up their guns receive a gift card, free gas or a pair of kicks (shoes), depending on their location.
A new paper politely referred to the increasingly fat, lazy nature of the human population as an “inactivity epidemic.” And guess what? The “inactivity epidemic” (being fat and lazy) is responsible for one out of every 10 deaths worldwide.
On Thursday, MSNBC co-host Touré accused Mitt Romney of being a racist. He said the Presidential nominee is participating in “niggerization,” trying to convince people that Obama is like the “scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.”
A woman in Philadelphia is facing a fine for feeding hungry children. Angela Prattis was threatened with a $600 fine for every day she handed out free food. The local government has tried to get citizens to quit feeding the hungry.
University of Arizona researchers in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection have created a virtual Border Patrol agent that, they claim, is capable of interviewing people who wish to enter the country and detecting if they are lying about their motives.