Are any thinking adults really surprised by the low rankings of America’s 15-year-olds in science, math, and reading, as compared to their peers around the world?
Not me, because any public interactions I have had recently with teen-agers as either store clerks or servers in restaurants are … Read More
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is not only one of Obamacare’s most outspoken cheerleaders, he also saw fit to exempt some of his staff members from the necessity of buying insurance through the exchange.
"Obamacare is a wonderful piece of legislation," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, … Read More
Just one year into his second term, President Barack Obama let slip that he already knows what he wants to do once he retires, and believe it or not, it involves ESPN's "SportsCenter."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, at a private briefing with entertainment moguls held last week in Glendale, … Read More
Two weeks ago, the liberal Center for Media and Democracy kicked off a national campaign to reveal the identities of anonymous contributors to conservative groups in an effort to unseat the GOP governor here.
Now the group may have to answer embarrassing questions about its own finances.
A … Read More
Legally, Obama can’t do this without the approval of Congress, but when has that ever stopped him?
Huffington Post writer Ryan J. Reilly reports:
The Obama administration was serious enough about manufacturing a high-value platinum coin to avert a congressional fight over the debt ceiling that … Read More
Not content with having the freedom to be non-believers, an atheist group has plans to erect 55 billboards this week in the Sacramento, Calif., area to force their point of view on others.
The effort is part of an ongoing national campaign by the Freedom From Religion Foundation called "Out of … Read More
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