On July 8, President Obama sent a letter to Speaker of the House John Boehner requesting emergency supplemental appropriations in the amount of $3.7 billion to “comprehensively address” the “urgent humanitarian situation” on “on both sides of the Southwest border.”
After initially turning down the White House’s invitation to meet President Obama upon his arrival at the state capital of Austin, Texas Governor Rick Perry met with Obama on July 9 in Dallas.
The National Organization for Women has put The Little Sisters of the Poor on a list of "Dirty 100" organizations waging legal battles against the federal mandate for contraceptive coverage in health insurance provided by employers. 
Ray Nagin's corruption charges set no record. Compared to his competition, his misdeeds are modest.
The military is turning social media into a laboratory for its thought and emotion control experiments — experiments forcibly funded by the American taxpayer.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funding the development of a remote control contraceptive microchip.
As the number of Americans with concealed carry permits has increased, a new study reveals that during the same time period, the percentage of violent crimes has decreased.
In a proposed regulation, the EPA claims the authority to garnish wages without a court order. 
Does it make sense to suspend a first grader who inadvertently brought a toy gun to school and then turned it in to his teacher when he discovered his mistake?
More innocent Americans have their e-mail and text messages read by the NSA every year without a warrant and probable cause.
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