Israeli authorities last week unveiled a nationwide ban on the controversial practice of adding the chemical fluoride, labeled a “neurotoxin” by a top medical journal this year, to public water supplies as a medical treatment.
The Obama administration, being sued by House Republicans over delayed implementation of ObamaCare and pilloried in advance for the president's promised executive action on immigration reform, violated a "clear and unambiguous law" with the release of five Guantanamo Bay detainees in exchange for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, according to a Government Accountability Office report released last Thursday.
In the nearly 13 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, there has not been a single reported incident of terrorism in Fargo, North Dakota.
Chilled by the 17-to-18-year pause of “global warming” and the global-cooling trend since 2002, the climate alarmists now have a record-breaking cold summer ruining their hysterical “climate change” narrative.
Senator Rand Paul has not yet announced he's running for president, but he is all but daring the Democrats to nominate "war hawk" Hillary Clinton for a race he predicts will be "transformational."
To the dismay of anti-gun groups, reports out of Chicago are that as applications for concealed carry permits rise, crime is correspondingly decreasing.
President Barack Obama, who once called the U.S. Export-Import bank "little more than a fund for corporate welfare," urged business owners Saturday to press members of Congress to renew the bank's charter, due to expire on September 30.
After recently facing controversy for dumbing down the SAT to better align it with the Obama-backed Common Core national education standards, College Board boss and Common Core architect David Coleman is once again at the center of a political firestorm.
A Texas' "non-discrimination" ordinance threatens to require business owners to serve homosexuals at the expense of their moral convictions.
More than a third of Americans were living in households that received benefits from one or more federally funded 'means-tested" programs — commonly known as welfare — in the fourth quarter of 2012.
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