While most of the federal government has been engaged in belt-tightening since the sequestration cut into everyone’s budget, it’s party time at the State Department when it comes to alcohol purchases.
During fiscal year 2012 alone, the State Department spent a walloping $415,000 on liquor … Read More
Should a veteran’s inability to handle his financial affairs deprive him of his Second Amendment rights? Each time the question has come before Congress, Democrats have said yes. Republicans and the National Rifle Association say no.
The issue threw a monkey wrench in last week’s debate on a $631 … Read More
A health expert testifying before the House Judiciary Committee said the consequences of President Obama waiving, suspending, and amending major provisions of the Affordable Care Act could lead to an armed revolt against the federal government.
“If the people come to believe that the government … Read More
President Barack Obama’s Kenyan-born, formerly illegal immigrant uncle dropped more than his famous nephew’s name while facing deportation Tuesday for a 2011 drunk driving arrest – his testimony completely contradicted a White House statement that the president had never met his … Read More
A U.S. bankruptcy judge ruled Tuesday that Detroit is eligible to seek relief under Chapter IX of the Federal Bankruptcy Act, but pensions payable to retired city workers will receive no special protections because their unpaid balances are subject to revision like any other creditor’s.
Judge … Read More
With a combination Christmas concert, religious service and political rally, the Florida Prayer Network officially opened its first Nativity scene inside Florida’s Capitol on Tuesday, calling it a way of “celebrating the Christ in Christmas.”
“The government’s not doing this, we are,” said Pam … Read More
Fox News host Megyn Kelly was in a “take no prisoners” state of mind last night when she grilled President Obama’s former campaign press secretary on the administration’s broken promises and lack of accountability on the Obamacare rollout, at one point admonishing him to “Stop it!”
Kelly played a … Read More
Mark Dice is a controversial activist with an unmistakably unique way of getting his political point across to the masses: highlight the utter ignorance of uneducated voters.
His prior videos, dubbed "brain-dead on the boardwalk" by Biz Pac Review, entertain, but also reveal the scope of this … Read More
A California county’s Public Works Department ordered homeowners in a small neighborhood known for its elaborate Christmas light displays that they’re going to have to pull the plug because they’re in violation of county code.
The estimated 15 to 20 homeowners who received the letter are … Read More
"Looking for the perfect finger puppet of a communist mass murderer for your favorite comrade this holiday season?"
That's the question asked by Jamie Weinstein, senior editor of The Daily Caller, in a report on the sale of magnetic finger puppets of Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara by the … Read More
A Minnesota college has reprimanded a faculty member for creating a "hostile learning environment” by targeting “students based on their race and gender.” The faculty member is black; the complaining students are white.
When three white male students in Shannon Gibney’s mass communication class … Read More
Though reports over the weekend spoke of holiday shoppers gone wild with fists, knives, and tasers in local Walmarts and shopping malls, the reality is many Americans avoided the mayhem and shopped online.
The shopping revolution is here (and no kidding, as reports say Amazon is floating the use … Read More
Forgetting the golden rule that Democrats own all references to civil rights, racism and slavery, the Republican Party attempted to commemorate the anniversary of Rosa Parks' refusal to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger.
The following tweet was posted on Twitter Sunday, resulting in … Read More