Is Obama listening yet?
Last month, academic freedom and the First Amendment scored a major victory when a federal jury found that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington had retaliated against conservative professor Dr. Mike Adams for his political and social views by denying him a promotion to full professor.
Sounds like a great idea..
Two Irish journalists explain how they discovered that environmentalism is a game for rich kids and rich grownups.
The black market is alive and well.
“In the United States of America, every child should have every chance in life, every chance at happiness, and every chance at success,” President Obama said in a ?proclamation marking the beginning of National Child Abuse Prevention Month this week. The irony, of course, is that the occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is the most pro-abortion president we’ve ever had.
One can only hope that the gift will in some way positively influence Pelosi’s beliefs and positions on the sanctity of life, and that Obama's visit with the pope will do the same.
Religion of Peace.
There’s no denying that the public is increasingly favoring the legalization of marijuana. According to recent a George Washington University poll, 73 percent support making medical marijuana available in their state and 53 percent favor decriminalization for possession of marijuana.
“To me, it’s not a question of ‘if’ we fix our broken immigration laws,” Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan said Wednesday, “it’s really a question of ‘when.’”
Charles and David who?
The coffee giant’s CEO Howard Schultz announced Wednesday that he will be donating $30 million to help our war veterans.
A jury in North Carolina on Thursday found that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington retaliated against criminology professor Dr. Mike Adams for his political and social views, and violated his free speech rights when it denied him a promotion to full professor.
Run Ted, Run!
For now, state tuition assistance in New York will not be provided to students in the country illegally. The 30-29 vote in the Republican-controlled Senate failed to reach the 32 needed to pass.
Press Secretary Jay Carney’s behavior during daily briefings has changed, Mediaite’s columnist Joe Concha observed last year.
There's a big problem with this.