Legislation
As the UN Internet Summit in September approaches, globalists are stepping up the propaganda blitz to give the UN taxing, censoring, surveillance, and governing powers over all Internet usage.
Faced with the increasing costs of higher education, parents and taxpayers might like to know what they're getting for their money.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon is demanding that law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri, adhere to “international standards.”
Following a firestorm of protest from conservative Christian leaders and military organizations, the U.S. Navy has reversed its decision to remove Bibles from guest rooms on naval bases.
Smart-gun inventor Bill Gentry of Kodiak Industries threatened in a closed 2013 meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder to “burn it down” if his new technology is mandated by gun control laws.
A California school district has pulled an explicit sex education textbook chosen for ninth graders after a full-court grassroots campaign by parents and other concerned community residents.
The Obama administration is engaged in unprecedented stonewalling of federal agency and department inspectors general, according to a letter to lawmakers from a strong majority of the supposedly independent government watchdogs.
Expired federal wind power subsidies could mean an end to high electricity bills.
On August 15, 2014, Texas Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a Travis County grand jury for allegedly misusing the veto power granted to him by the state constitution. And on August 15, 1787, it was that very power — the power of the executive to negate acts of the legislature — that occupied the delegates’ time at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
A Travis County, Texas, grand jury on Friday indicted Governor Rick Perry on two charges of abuse of power — a first degree felony — and one charge of coercion, a third degree felony.
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