The state of Maryland passed a knee-jerk gun control law last week making it extremely difficult for one of its most loyal employers to do business within its borders. In fact gun manufacturer Beretta says the new Maryland law – which bans the importation and warehousing of high-capacity magazines (among other restrictions) – will result in [...]
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The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama learned nearly a year ago that the Internal Revenue Service was discriminating against limited government organizations – and did nothing, the latest bombshell revelation in a scandal that continues to escalate.
According to J. Russell George – the U.S. Treasury inspector general whose report documented this discrimination – his superiors [...]
The outgoing head of the Internal Revenue Service – who was fired this week by U.S. President Barack Obama – was grilled by lawmakers in Washington, D.C. regarding his agency’s practice of targeting limited government groups.
“We were repeatedly told no such targeting was happening,” U.S. Rep. Dave Camp (R-Michigan) told acting IRS director Steven Miller. [...]
We hate Obamacare. Hate it, hate it, hate it …
In fact back when the mainstream media was parroting the false claims associated with this socialized medicine proposal, we were bashing its exorbitant costs and the new burdens it would place on the private sector.
Who was right? Duh … we were.
But … is Obamacare really worth thirty-seven separate repeal votes? [...]
Former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford is officially a member of the U.S. House of Representatives … again.
Sanford was sworn in to his new/ old post this week … and was promptly interviewed by gossip website TMZ, which wanted to know if the scandal scarred politician thought his comeback boded well for U.S. Rep. Anthony Wiener, [...]
Six Americans – two soldiers and four “contractors” – were killed when their convoy was targeted by a suicide bomber. At least nine other people were killed in the bombing – which took place during the morning rush hour in Kabul.
Hezb-e-Islami (a.k.a. “Islamic Party”) claimed responsibility for the attack, indicating it had been planned for more [...]
The acting director of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) resigned his post this week as the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama continued its damage control efforts in the face of a flood of scandals.
The resignation of IRS acting chief Steven Miller comes less than a week after the agency admitted it illegally targeted limited [...]
In what was either terrible timing or an incredibly lame attempt at damage control, the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama advocated this week on behalf of a media shield law that would ostensibly protect reporters from having to reveal their sources.
Hold on …
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha … HA!
Why are we laughing? Because shield laws don’t mean shit [...]
‘The future’s not what it used to be …”
A friend of ours uses that line a lot, and it’s applicable in a lot of ways … assuming we understand what it means (which we might). But while the future may not be what it was back in 1776, history is repeating itself in the United [...]
In conjunction with the spate of scandals enveloping the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama, our friends at Reason have posted a short but illuminating piece highlighting the extent to which the federal government is attempting to hide its domestic spying program from the public.
Reason explores a case involving the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) [...]
Convicted infant killer Kermit Gosnell – whose murderous atrocities against viable newborn babies went undetected for decades – has received a life prison sentence after being convicted on three counts of first degree murder this week.
Gosnell reached a deal with prosecutors in which he agreed not to appeal the verdict against him (or the life [...]