Why is it considered assault when a mother-to-be harms her unborn child by taking drugs, yet it is perfectly legal for a woman to outright terminate her pregnancy? What exactly determines personhood? Is it whether or not the baby is wanted?
It looks like Mississippi is taking the right steps to reducing fraud when it comes to government assistance.
A Russian source recently brought an obscure but disturbing article to my attention. Published last month by a little-known online journal called the Oriental Review, the piece, "Active Endeavour And Drug Trafficking," proposed that not a single gram of heroin has been confiscated on the Mediterranean Sea since the inception of NATO's Operation Active Endeavour, a maritime operation launched a month after the September 11th attacks with the mission of "monitoring shipping to help detect, deter and protect against terrorist activity."
Another tremendously talented American who had riches and fame beyond most people's dreams has killed herself with drugs.
O'Reilly tells it like it is regarding hard drugs, accountability and the media.
The media have no bleepin' clue how to cover the death of Whitney Houston. That's because she was slowly dying for years and many in the press simply averted their eyes.
Five years ago last month, Milton Friedman died at age 94. To the very end, the Nobel Prize winning economist was astute, tireless and wonderfully avuncular. Thanks to the Internet, his commentaries on subjects ranging from greed, to slavery, to the Great Depression myth and many other topics, can be enjoyed forever.
A few tailwinds set to take hold in 2012 could make these undervalued stocks jump in a big way. Here's why.
Still more dis-similarities with the Tea Party. A citizen journalist investigates hard drug abuse after news crews and police are vacant.