Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Obama Trusts ‘Word’ of Ayatollahs in Nuclear Negotiations
As Iran continues edging closer to developing nuclear weapons—a major threat to the entire Mideast region, especially longstanding U.S. ally Israel—U.S. President Obama has come to the aid of the Islamic Republic, by citing an Islamic fatwa no less.
Key to New Long-range Bomber Is Adaptability, Panel Says
WASHINGTON — When Pentagon officials finally award the contract for production of a new U.S. long-range strike bomber (LRS-B), the tight secrecy associated with its development may be relaxed just enough to give Congress and the public some idea of | Read More »
CIA: Muslims Joining Islamic State Because of Economics and Illiteracy
“Devotion to Islam” never makes the cut among progressives.
Obamacare Failing, Doctors Will Take Future Blame
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report on March 9 projecting Obamacare premium prices to outpace both private insurance premiums and government spending between 2016 and 2018.
Review: Saving Congress from Itself: Emancipating the States & Empowering Their People, by James L. Buckley
American conservatives are always on the lookout for a “silver bullet”—a legal process that can shortcut political gridlock and restore the constitutional system of government we hold dear. Whether it is hoping for an Article V convention, a lawsuit to | Read More »
Sanctimony and Grandstanding are More Fun than Free Speech
After police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown last summer in Ferguson, Missouri, the media erupted in terror at the prospect of young black men being gunned down by over-excitable white cops. The New York Times’ Charles Blow wrote | Read More »
Capitalizing on Deflation to Drive Profits — and It’s More Than Just Oil
If you assumed that oil prices were the only culprit behind the deflation we are seeing, then you’d be missing something.
The most transparent administration …. oh, wait…..
It’s “Deja-vu all over again.”
FCC net neutrality regulations include one really scary sentence
At long last, the FCC has released its 400-page tome of net neutrality regulations. One sentence alone reveals in a nutshell what’s to come.
Inspector general: State Department preserves very few emails
It looks like Hillary Clinton wasn’t the only one in the U.S. Department of State with email issues.