President Obama addressed the nation from Afghanistan May 1, claiming victory over al Qaeda and touting a new agreement with Afghan President Hamid Karzai keeping U.S. troops in combat in the nation for at least two more years.

Last Thursday's two-notch downgrade of Spain's sovereign debt by Standard and Poor's credit rating agency is triggering pushback at the ballot box.

 

In case you or not familiar with it, the “Seamus scandal” is based on a vacation trip the Romney family took to Canada more than 20 years ago with Seamus the family dog. But shouldn't we be paying more attention to issues that really matter — such as Obamacare?

Just weeks ago the CIA requested expanded authority to deploy drones to target and kill suspected militants hiding in Yemen. To no one’s surprise, President Obama has given them that authority.

In a little over 200 very readable pages, Harry Stein's No matter what ... they'll call this book Racist deftly devastates with facts the nonsense about race that dominates much of what is said in the media and in academia.

Last week the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the federal government's case challenging the constitutionality of SB 1070 — Arizona's controversial anti-illegal immigration law.

Several Kansas communities are being pushed by "LGBT" activists to add homosexuals and transvestites to protected classes in anti-discrimination laws.

 

 

 

Despite being hailed as a leader in "green" innovation, wind farms might cause a warming effect on local climates, concluded a new study released Sunday.

As outrage and concern over the Federal Reserve and its embattled fiat currency continue to grow, lawmakers in Missouri are considering legislation to protect residents by making gold and silver legal tender within the state. If passed, Missouri would join the state of Utah — which adopted a similar sound-money law last year — in its efforts to expand the monetary choices available to citizens.

As a task force appointed by Gov. Rick Scott meets Tuesday to examine Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, a separate panel convened by a Democrat State Senator is seeking major policy changes to address perceived problems with the popular self-defense measure. Both task forces included prosecutors, law enforcement and defense attorneys.

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