Mozilla CEO Steps Down over Support for Traditional Marriage
Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich stepped down today amid public outcry over his support for California’s Proposition 8 in 2008, which created a constitutional amendment preserving the traditional definition of marriage.
Thousands of petition-signers and many employees of the technology company called ...
IPCC Insider Rejects Global-Warming Report
Richard Tol, a professor of economics at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom and an expert on climate change, removed his name from the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. While he considers much of the ...
War Vets Prefer Bush to Obama
A new poll finds that 65 percent of post-9/11 veterans consider George W. Bush a good commander-in-chief, but only 42 percent think the same of Obama.
The Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation poll found Bush received this favorable approval despite only half ...
Video: Female Conservative Reporter Unwelcome at Feminist Conference
When a young woman reporter from the conservative education news site Campus Reform went to a feminist conference, she was told she was not welcome there.
Katherine Timpf attended the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference (NYFLC) where she attempted to ...
Covered California Sends Deaf Callers to 'Hot Ladies' Hotline
Covered California, the Golden State’s Obamacare exchange, posted an incorrect phone number on it website, sending hearing-impaired residents to a chat service with “hot ladies” instead of to insurance navigators.
CBS13 of Sacramento reports that on the last day ...
Calif. Obamacare Exchange Mails Couple Voter-Registration Form with 'Democratic Party' Checked Already
A couple from La Mesa, Calif., received a voter-registration form from Covered California, the state’s Obamacare campaign, with an “x” already put next to the Democratic-party box.
The couple called their local 10News station to say they had received ...
Hoosiers Reject Common Core in Call for State Autonomy
On Monday, Indiana governor Mike Pence (R) signed legislation withdrawing the Hoosier state from the Common Core. What began as a bipartisan effort in education reform ended with Indiana as the first state to withdraw from the national standards that 45 ...
Read the Complete List of Obamacare Delays
The Obama administration will announce its tenth Obamacare delay later today, this time extending the March 31 enrollment deadline for people who say they’ve been unable to enroll in health plans in the federal marketplace by the deadline. The extension ...
Stanford Relents Somewhat Toward Pro-Traditional Marriage Society
When the Stanford Anscombe Society (SAS) — devoted to promoting discussion on marriage, the family, and sexual integrity — was denied university funding for a pro-traditional marriage conference deemed “hate speech” by the campus community, the university added insult to injury by ...
Watch BASE Jumpers Leap Off the World Trade Center at Night
The three men who snuck past security and based jumped off of 1 World Trade Center in September were arrested on Monday. The video of their jump is now on YouTube (warning: graphic language):
The NYPD reportedly tracked a car owned ...
UCSB Smears Pro-Lifers After Professor's Attack on Pro-Life Student
A high-ranking administrator at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), has responded to a professor’s violent attack on a 16-year-old pro-life demonstrator — by condemning the demonstration.
Professor Mireille Miller-Young — who specializes in black cultural studies, pornography, and sex ...
Gingrich: 'Morning this Race Becomes about Substance, [Hillary] Will Start Losing Support Literally Overnight'
“First Lady, Senator, Secretary Clinton is very famous for being famous and as long as she can continue to be famous, she will be famous,” Newt Gingrich said on State of the Union Sunday morning.
But substantively, Gingrich explained, Clinton ...
With Proper Punctuation, Taking On Big Labor
When a carpenters’ union took offense to a Subaru dealership in Wichita, Kan., hiring a local, nonunion firm for a bit of drywall work, the union set up a big banner with bold red letters outside the dealership reading “SHAME ...
Facebook Users Bash Obamacare on Healthcare.gov Page
There’s no “dislike” button on Facebook, but that isn’t stopping people from expressing their frustration with Obamacare on the social-media page dedicated to its promotion.
The Facebook page of Healthcare.gov — with around 300,000 “likes” to date — features new ...
Amazing Wheel of Fortune Guess
With only two letters revealed and the clue “thing,” a contestant named Emil correctly solved a Wheel of Fortune puzzle in his first guess on Wednesday night, winning $45,000.
Pat Sajak reacted to the amazing solve on Twitter:
Tonight’s “Wheel ...
National Geographic to Include Crimea in Russia on New Maps
While the rest of the Western world refuses to accept Russia’s annexation by force of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula, National Geographic was quick to recognize the territorial takeover.
The popular American-based publication has decided to include Crimea as part ...
D.C. Abortion Fund Offers Coat-Hanger Pendant for Donors
The D.C. Abortion Fund (DCAF) is offering a coat hanger pendant to all who donate $10 or more a month to the non-profit organization that gives money to women of D.C., Maryland, and Virginia who cannot afford to pay ...
Pa. AG Suspends Probe of Philadelphia Democrats, Calls It Racist
When Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane, a Democrat, took office in 2013, she halted an investigation that had attained incriminating evidence against leading Philadelphia Democrats, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report.
From 2010 to 2013, the investigation had compiled 400 hours of audio from ...
De Blasio Floats Nine-Year Teacher Contract
Amid intense negotiations with the New York United Federation of Teachers (UFT), Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing for an unusually long nine-year contract between the union and the city. The settlement would potentially spread $3.4 billion in retroactive raises for ...
Former Dem Rep. Who Voted for Obamacare Speaks Out Against HHS Mandate
A former Democratic representative who voted for Obamacare decried the Department of Health and Human Services mandate requiring coverage of contraception and drugs that may cause abortion, saying that during congressional debate on the law “we agreed to conscience protections.”
Bill Repealing Union Exemptions Passes Pa. State House
A bill that would repeal Pennsylvania laws granting unions widespread exemption from lawsuits for stalking, harassment, and making terrorist threats has passed the Pennsylvania state house.
By a 115–74 vote, the house approved the bill on Wednesday, and it will now ...
EU Takes Step Toward Sanctioning Russia
According to a Reuters report, members of the EU have agreed to the wording of proposed sanctions on Russia, which will be sent to EU foreign ministers for approval on Monday. The seven-page document includes measures to freeze the assets ...
Correction on ‘Dartmouth Caves to Student Threats’
Contrary to what I reported, Dartmouth College did not allocate $31 million and expand other programs in direct response to the “Freedom Budget” issued by the anonymous students. In reality, the statement by President Phil Hanlon and Provost Martin Wybourne outlined ...
Global Warming & the Mongolian Empire's Rise
Many phenomena, real and imagined, have been attributed to global warming. From rising ocean levels to increased agricultural yields to tornadoes to polar vortices to droughts to rapes to car thefts, global warming now stands as the cause of just ...
SAT, Common Core Form Seamless Tissue of Mediocrity
The major revamp of the SAT that was announced this week puts the widely used college assessment test closely in line with the controversial Common Core standards being implemented at public schools around the country.
Prior to becoming president of ...
Unite Here Turns Against Obamacare
President Obama has made an unlikely enemy: a labor union furious over the president’s legacy-making Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Faced with cuts to members’ health plans, reduced hours, and higher health-insurance costs, members of Unite Here, a ...
De Blasio Gets Pushback on MSNBC for Attack on Charter Schools
On Monday’s Morning Joe on MSNBC, New York mayor Bill de Blasio faced criticism for his charter-school policy that will potentially force the closure of one school serving hundreds of low-income minority students and prevent the planned opening of ...
Crist: 'God Bless' Obama for Obamacare
Charlie Crist, the Republican-turned-Democrat running to reclaim the governorship of Florida, said that he doesn’t think the Affordable Care Act has “irreparably harmed” Floridians, and, in fact, “I think it’s been great.”
Crist called health care a “civil ...
De Blasio’s Approval Drops to 39 Percent
Just barely into his third month of office, New York mayor Bill de Blasio is already suffering in the polls. In a Wall Street Journal/NBC 4 New York-Marist poll of registered voters, de Blasio eked out a paltry 39 percent approval ...
Pussy Riot Members Attacked at McDonald’s
Two members of Pussy Riot along with some of their crew were attacked with pepper spray and green disinfectant while the group was at a McDonald’s in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod, CNN reports.
A group of about ...
Rutgers Hosts Female Orgasm Workshop
University of Michigan had a BDSM class. University of Arizona had the Condom Olympics. Many more have Sex Weeks, or some variant of that sort. Now Rutgers, a public university, has jumped into the fray.
On Tuesday, Rutgers hosted a ...
Ala. Democrat Says Whites Would Force Daughters to Abort Their Black Children
In a state legislature debate on a new abortion restriction, Democratic state representative Alvin Holmes told all white proponents of the bill that they would be in favor of abortion if their daughter was going to have a black baby, ...
L.A. Imposes Massive Restrictions on E-Cigarettes
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to impose substantial restrictions on e-cigarettes, the Los Angeles Times reports. The council extended all regulations currently governing conventional cigarettes to e-cigarettes as well, meaning that individuals are now barred from ...
Time for the Magnitsky Act
When it comes to Ukraine, the United States and European Union are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Russian troops are hunkering down in the recently occupied Crimean peninsula, showing no signs of retreat. The West, wary of ...
Ten-Year-Old Boy Suspended for Pointing Finger Like a Gun
A fifth-grade boy was suspended for three days from Devonshire Alternative Elementary School in Columbus, Ohio, for making his hand into the shape of a gun and pointing it at another student, the Associated Press reports.
The ten-year-old boy said ...
De Blasio Starts the War on Charter Kids
In his latest salvo against charter schools, New York mayor Bill de Blasio revoked approval for the relocation of three charter schools about to move into vacant public-school spaces.
Former mayor Michael Bloomberg approved the three schools, along with tens ...
Where in the World Is Viktor Yanukovych?
Viktor Yanukovych is effectively no longer the president of Ukraine. Though he said, in an unverified letter published by news agencies in the region, “I still consider myself to be the lawful head of the Ukrainian state, chosen freely by ...
Nine Biased Headlines on Arizona Veto
As was expected, Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona last night vetoed SB 1062, which would have clarified guarantees of religious-freedom rights for citizens.
Contrary to its detractors’ disinformation campaign, the bill was quite simple and limited in scope. (It was only ...
Racist Lecturer Delivers Anti-Republican Rant at Public University
A guest lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, a public school, began class Tuesday with a racist, anti-Republican rant that went on for more than ten minutes.
The guest lecturer, Eyon Biddle, is the political and organizing director for ...
Does Obesity Report Prove the 'Let’s Move' Campaign Works?
Researchers of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, publishing in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), have found that obesity rates among children aged two- to five-years-old have declined by around 40 percent in the past ...
Republican State AGs Reject Holder’s Dereliction of Duty
The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) rejected Attorney General Eric Holder’s claim that state attorneys general do not need to defend their states’ laws defining marriage as between a man and a woman, issuing a strongly worded statement on ...
School Districts Limiting Substitute Hours in N.C. Because of Obamacare
In school districts across North Carolina, substitute teachers are having their work time cut below 30 hours a week to save school districts from having to pay for their health insurance under the new Obamacare mandates, WITN-NC reports.
“We’ve got ...
Study: Co-Location Does Not Harm Traditional Public Schools
The Manhattan Institute issued a report recently, finding that when charter schools are co-located with traditional public schools, traditional public schools neither suffer nor gain.
Co-location has been at the subject of contentious debate in New York City for some ...
Most Americans Think Obama Is Not Respected on World Stage
A new Gallup poll released on Monday shows that more Americans think world leaders do not respect President Obama than think President Obama is respected by world leaders.
Fifty-three percent of those surveyed think world leaders don’t have much ...
UAW to Challenge Tenn. Volkswagen Election
The United Auto Workers (UAW) has decided to challenge the results of the Volkswagen unionization election in Chattanooga, Tenn., arguing that Republican lawmakers interfered by commenting publicly on it, Reuters reports.
The UAW claims that the election suffered from “interference” ...
Walker: Email Controversy 'Is Old News'
Thousands of emails were released this week indicating that Wisconsin governor Scott Walker knew that public workers were illegally working on county time on political campaigns, Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace said, but Governor Walker contends, “That’s absolutely ...
More Black Babies Aborted than Born in New York City
In 2012, black women in New York City aborted over 6,500 more children than they gave birth to. Data from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene shows that, among non-hispanic black women, there were 31,328 “induced terminations” to 24,758 live ...
Steyer, Environmentalist Billionaire, Won’t Challenge Pro-Keystone Dems in $100 Million Climate Campaign
While appearing on MSNBC Friday morning, Tom Steyer a billionaire and environmental activist, said that he won’t use his super PAC war chest to oust embattled Democrats who disagree with him on environmental policy.
MSNBC host Chuck Todd asked ...
High School Denies Censoring Pro-Life Student Group
Students in a pro-life group at Wilson High School in Tacoma, Wash., allege that administrators barred them from putting up posters, but the school steadfastly denies the allegations, saying that there has been no such censorship.
“Any allegation that this ...
Wealthy Climate Activist Has A History of Oil Investments
Tom Steyer, a billionaire investor and creator of the environmentalist super PAC NextGen Climate Action, is planning to spend $100 million in the 2014 election in order to topple elected officials who do not agree with his climate agenda, the New York ...
Schumer Rails against McCutcheon Decision
Senator Chuck Schumer is not happy with the Supreme Court’s decision in McCutcheon v. FEC, which did away with aggregate limits on political contributions. In a press conference yesterday and in subsequent comments he decried the influence of big ...
Oklahoma Moves to Dump Common Core
The Oklahoma state senate passed a bill Tuesday to withdraw the state from the Common Core standards. If the bill is signed by Governor Mary Fallin, Oklahoma will become the second state to withdraw from the Common Core.
Indiana withdrew ...
The Kiselev Follies: Six Wild Comments From Russia's Leading Blowhard
Dmitry Kiselev is a Russian media personality and the star of the Russian state television company RT. Russian president Vladimir Putin appointed Kiselev head of RT in December 2013. RT replaced what had been Russia’s largest news agency, RIA Novosti, ...
Mozilla Employees Call for CEO to be Fired for Donating to Prop 8 Campaign
As Maggie Gallagher noted on the Corner, thousands have signed a petition calling for new Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich to either openly endorse gay marriage or be fired.
Six years ago, Eich donated $1,000 to the successful Proposition 8 campaign that created ...
How Climate Change Influenced the End of the Late Bronze Age
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued its latest warning. The ice caps are melting, water supplies are declining, heat waves and heavy rains are increasing in frequency, and coastal communities are under threat because of man-made climate ...
Mainstream Media Runs Away from Democratic Chinatown Gangster/Gun-Controller Story
Leland Yee should be making national headlines. A Democratic state senator from San Francisco, a statewide candidate until this week, and a rising member of Nancy Pelosi and Diane Feinstein’s Democratic political machine, was arrested on Wednesday by the ...
UPDATE: Girl Who Shaved Head for Cancer-Stricken Friend Returns to School
Young Kamryn Renfro is allowed to return to school today after being barred from Caprock Academy in Grand Junction, Colo., for having a shaved head.
Yesterday, NRO reported that Kamryn shaved her head in support of her eleven-year-old friend, Delaney ...
Obama Exempts Illegals from Immigration Laws
A little-known Department of Homeland Security (DHS) directive from 2012 has dramatically altered the enforcement of immigration laws by shielding most illegal immigrants without separate criminal convictions from deportation.
Data from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), reviewed by the office of ...
Girl Who Shaved Head in Support of Cancer-Stricken Friend Barred from School for Dress-Code Violation
A young girl in Colorado who shaved her head in solidarity with her cancer-stricken friend was barred from school on Monday for violating the school’s dress code.
9NEWS of Colorado reports that when Kamryn Renfro decided to shave her ...
While returning to a dorm room last month, a black student at Grand Valley State University in Michigan was greeted by racist graffiti on a dry erase board on the door complete with a hanged stick figure labeled “black.” But ...
Ingraham: Government Can Follow Our Every Keystroke, of Course They Know Enrollment Numbers
The latest numbers released by the Obama administration indicate that 5 million people have signed up for insurance under Obamacare, but the administration won’t say how many enrollees are young, how many were previously uninsured, or how many have paid ...
Deputy National Security Advisor: Still No Military Aid for Ukraine
With Russian troops massing on the Ukrainian border and Europe dragging its feet on the imposition of further sanctions, Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken says that America has already done quite a lot against Russia.
“What we’ve seen ...
Sanctions Are Big Joke to Russians
For violating a country’s national sovereignty, annexing its territory, breaking international law, disrupting the balance of power, and trashing the 1994 Budapest Memorandum, Vladimir Putin’s Russia has faced one primary retaliation from the West: targeted sanctions against a handful ...
The Ten Dumbest Common Core Problems
The Common Core State Standards Initiative is widely denounced for imposing confusing, unhelpful experimental teaching methods. Following these methods, some have created problems that lack essential information or make no sense whatsoever.
Some 45 states and the District of Columbia have ...
Los Angeles City Council Blames Fracking for Earthquake
Los Angeles City Council members have discovered how to cause earthquakes. Three councilmen think fracking may be the cause of Monday’s earthquake in the Santa Monica Mountains, and they want the city, state, and feds to do an in-depth ...
That Big Childhood Obesity Decline May Have Been a Statistical Error
In late February, a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that obesity rates among children aged 2 to 5 had declined by 40 to 43 percent in the past eight years, a dramatic and encouraging finding. But researchers ...
Stanford Calls Traditional Marriage Conference 'Hate Speech', Denies Funding
An upcoming conference on heterosexual marriage is being denounced as hate speech by the Stanford Graduate Student Council (GSC), which is seeking to quash the event. Last week, the council at the top-ranked California university voted ten to two to ...
79-Year-Old Woman Busted for Protesting at Planned Parenthood
After 79-year-old Donna Holman protested outside of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic, police arrested her and jailed her overnight for allegedly violating an injunction they say bars her from being near any Planned Parenthood personnel.
In a video taken of ...
What Happens When You Ask the U.S. Olympic Committee if Holding the Olympics in Russia Was a Bad Idea?
Two days ago, I set out on a relatively simple assignment: Ask anyone in the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) if they at all regretted that the 2014 Winter Olympics had been held in Sochi considering Russia’s subsequent invasion of ...
Ingraham to Ellmers: You're Taking Your Talking Points from La Raza and Schumer
Republican congressman Renee Ellmers and radio talk-show host Laura Ingraham got into a rancorous argument on the air on Thursday about immigration reform, with Ellmers saying Ingraham was taking an “ignorant position” and Ingraham accusing Ellmers of taking her talking ...
200 Catholic Employers Suing Federal Government Over Contraception Mandate
The Catholic Benefits Association, a group of 200 Catholic dioceses, agencies, and businesses, are suing in a federal court in Oklahoma to block the Department of Health and Human Services contraception mandate.
The Affordable Care Act requires most insurance plans to ...
High School Student Suspended for Wearing NRA Shirt
A 16-year-old sophomore at Grand Island High School in New York was suspended for wearing an NRA t-shirt promoting the Second Amendment, New York’s WGRZ reports.
Though Shane Kinney had worn the shirt to school before, this time a ...
Feminist Studies Professor Accused of Attacking Teenage Female Pro-Life Demonstrator
During a pro-life demonstration at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), a feminist-studies professor allegedly stole a sign at a pro-life demonstration before attacking a student attempting to retrieve it.
The pro-life demonstrators, mostly from nearby Thomas Aquinas College, ...
Dartmouth Responds to Student Threats
Correction: This piece stated that Dartmouth’s actions were done to placate an anonymous student group. In reality, Dartmouth’s plans to spend $31 million dollars to increase diversity, to increase funding for students on financial aid, and to expand the ...
Cruz Rocks the Gridiron Dinner
Democrats and Republicans are giving Senator Ted Cruz strong reviews for his speech Saturday to the annual Gridiron dinner, a comedic event at the Gridiron club for journalists in Washington, D.C.
The speech, which was equal parts arrogant and ...
Why Bakers Should Be Free to Discriminate
As innocuous as they might seem, bakeries have been the center of controversy in America for some time. Oregon and Colorado bakers have been told recently that refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding is tantamount to discrimination ...
Cruz Explains How to Repeal Obamacare While Obama Is in Office
At the annual Conservative Political Action Conference this past week, Senator Ted Cruz earned uproarious applause when he said, “We will repeal every single word of Obamacare.”
When ABC’s Jon Karl sat down with Cruz, he asked Cruz if ...
Deputy National Security Advisor: Obama's Actions in Ukraine 'Having a Clear Effect'
Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken said on State of the Union this morning that Russian president Vladimir Putin is acting out of weakness in his invasion of Ukraine, and that U.S. actions against Russia are “having a clear ...
Obama Misspells 'Respect' While Honoring Aretha Franklin, CNN Covers for Him
President Obama spoke to a very receptive audience at the event “In Performance at the White House — Women of Soul” on Thursday night, but misspelled “respect” while honoring Aretha Franklin.
“When Aretha first told us what R-S-P-E-C-T meant to her,” ...
House Approves Loan Guarantees for Ukraine
In a bipartisan 385 to 23 vote, the House of Representatives decided on Thursday to provide loan guarantees to Ukraine, Politico reports. President Obama already signed an executive order to extend $1 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine, though this vote is the ...
States Give Criminal Exemptions to Union Goons
Labor organizers and union enforcers are exempt from important criminal laws in some of the country’s largest states. California, Illinois, and Wisconsin are among the states that allow union members to stalk, harass, and threaten victims — so long as ...
Cruz Reacts to NRO Story on Sensenbrenner’s Voting Power Grab
J. Christian Adams wrote today on National Review Online about Representative Jim Sensenbrenner’s attempt to reinstate the voting-rights legislation struck down in the 2013 Supreme Court decision Shelby County v. Holder. Sensenbrenner’s legislation would return to the federal government ...
The Nation: America’s Russia Apologist
Most of America — and the world — seems to recognize that Russia, by invading Ukraine, is escalating a crisis for its own benefit. But the editors of The Nation have a different read.
Rather than drawing on Kantian internationalism or progressive ...
The Obama Administration’s 8 Most Naïve Statements About Russia
The Obama administration’s Russia policy is in disarray. The 2009 “reset” exists now only as a joke. Russia continues to back Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, and it has violated Ukraine’s sovereignty by placing troops in Crimea.
As Russia acts ...
Union Goons Have License to Run Wild In Pennsylvania
Sarina Rose is commonly followed home. As she approaches work, she is taunted by protestors. Her children, eight and ten years old, have been photographed at their bus stop and followed at weekend sporting events. One time, a man cursed ...
Tenn. State University Requires Students to Wear Trackable IDs
Beginning Saturday, March 1, students and staff at Tennessee State University will be required to present identification badges at any time that can also track their movements in and out of buildings, according to a local-news report.
After a spate of ...
Fla. Restaurant Chain Adds Obamacare Surcharge
Eight restaurants in the Gator’s Dockside chain have begun charging a 1 percent “ACA” surcharge in an effort to help fund their employees’ health insurance, CNN Money reports.
Signs welcoming patrons at the door read “The costs associated with ACA ...
Planned Parenthood to Spend $16 Million in Midterm Races
Planned Parenthood will soon announce a campaign offensive that includes spending over $16 million in the upcoming midterm elections in 14 different states. This $16 million comes on top of the $2.4 million the organization already spent on Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s successful run ...
As she spoke on the phone with National Review, Cathi Herrod was interrupted. Protestors and news media were outside of her building; staff members were trying to get through to her. For the past few days, hundreds have protested at ...
The headlines blared: “Eric Holder Says State Attorneys General Do Not Have to Defend Gay Marriage Ban.” The U.S. attorney general told state attorneys general on Tuesday that they need not defend their states’ laws and constitutions against challenges ...
College Loses War Against Constitution
In a big win for free-speech rights on college campuses, Modesto Junior College in California settled a lawsuit with a student who was barred from handing out copies of the U.S. Constitution on Constitution Day.
Last September, Robert van ...
Dartmouth Students Threaten ‘Physical Action’ If School Doesn't Respond to Over 100 Demands
An unknown number of anonymous Dartmouth students are threatening the Big Green with “physical action” if the administration does not respond to list of over 100 demands issued in an eight-page letter, the College Fix reports.
The students — who label themselves ...
The Left’s New Story: Nobody Is Hurt by Obamacare
In what is rapidly becoming the latest liberal trope, left-wing news outlets and commentators have begun telling the world that there actually are no victims of Obamacare. Daring to do the impossible (again), the Left is telling America that all ...
Taxpayers Fund Nuclear Plants
Last Wednesday, the Obama administration announced $8.3 billion in public loan assistance to three nuclear power producers.
The subsidies, in the form of a $6.5 billion loan guarantee and a second loan deal worth $1.8 billion, will go to help build two nuclear ...
Ayotte: 'It's Time to Reset the Reset'
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R., N.H.) said today that President Obama’s policy of trying to “reset” relations with Russia has failed, and now “it’s time to reset the reset, and I think Ukraine presents an opportunity for the ...
Will's Take: 'The Real Danger Is the Dismemberment of the Ukraine'
As White House aides floated the idea of a meeting between President Obama and Russian president Vladimir Putin to forge a possible trade deal, Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace asked George Will, “Is this Lucy and the football all ...
Ukraine President, Opposition Come to an Agreement to End Conflict
With the death toll mounting in Kiev — some estimates count as many as 100 dead — opposition leaders met with Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych and agreed to a compromise to end the conflict.
The government agreed to restore the constitution of 2004 and ...
Cochran in 2008: ‘I Really Like’ Obama
When Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran spoke at an editorial board meeting of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in the middle of the 2008 presidential election, he had some very kind words for candidate Barack Obama. Cochran told the board, “I think ...
Government War On E-Cigarettes Leaves Smokers Gagging
There are a lot of rumors out there about e-cigarettes. They are white sticks, they emit what looks like smoke, and people hold them like their papery peers. Faced with these visible similarities, many lawmakers are out to shun e-cigarettes ...
Colorado Couple May Lose Home In ‘Open Space’ Eminent Domain Seizure
Andy and Ceil Barrie fell in love with and bought a three-bedroom home on a beautiful ten-acre property within the White River National Forest in Colorado, a sprawling reserve of 2.1 million acres. Only three years after purchasing the property and ...