Four American Veterans, including Raymond Earl Knaeble IV, recently found ...
An eminent domain ruling by the US Supreme Court, stripping New London, Connecticut homeowners of their property rights, has turned the Fort Trumbull neighborhood into a ghost town. In the Kelo v. City of New London case, the highest court in the land voted 5 to 4 to allow city officials to seize and demolish… Read more »
New York Second Amendment advocates organized a massive gun registration form burning event to protect stringer new rules in the state that are part of the SAFE Act. The Saratoga Springs gun owners reduced thousands of the forms to mere ashes in the act of civil disobedience. Gun owners in the state only have until… Read more »
An illegal immigrant from Mexico is suing Mississippi’s welfare agency for taking away a newborn girl that she delivered in the United States. The Southern Poverty Law Center filed the lawsuit in federal court on behalf of Cirila Baltazar Cruz. According to attorneys involved in the case, Cruz did not speak English and only a… Read more »
Ares Armor was raided by ATF agents despite a restraining order issued by a federal judge last week. The National City, California gun parts stores is owned by Dimitri Karras. The former Marine refused to turn his AR-15 lower receiver customer list over to the federal government as demanded. Karras, said Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,… Read more »
With Fred Phelps excommunicated, many are speculating over who exactly is the new leader of the Westboro Baptist Church and what that might mean for the long term. In a related report by The Inquisitr, it’s claimed that Fred Phelps is on his deathbed, but while WBC official Steve Drain confirmed that Phelps was admitted… Read more »
World War 3 is still on the minds of many despite the situation between Russia and Ukraine not coming to blows. Now a Kremlin-backed journalist has stated that Russia could turn the “United States into radioactive ash.” In a related report by The Inquisitr, one of Russia’s nuclear weapons was fired as a show of… Read more »
Trayvon Martin has been used as the rallying cry for those who oppose Florida’s stand your ground law. But at the same time, those who oppose gun control are rallying behind George Zimmerman and treating him as a celebrity. In a related report by The Inquisitr, in an interview given last month George Zimmerman said… Read more »
An Indiana same-sex marriage ban is being challenged by another lawsuit from a gay couple who claims the law violates their rights under the United States Constitution. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Mitt Romney says the effects of gay marriage on American society will take a “long, long time” to be known. Last… Read more »
The Koch brothers, Charles and David Koch, are often considered the Tea Party boogiemen of right wing politics, similar to how George Soros supports left wing movements like Occupy Wall Street. So perhaps it’s with no surprise that Democratic Senate majority leader Harry Reid has the two oil barons in his crosshairs. In a related… Read more »
Russian war games that are being held along the Ukraine border are adding to the anxiousness and unrest felt by Ukrainians over the course of the last few weeks, according to the Associated Press. The war games — which will continue until the end of the month — are being held in four regions bordering… Read more »
Representative Sheila Jackson Lee once told a staffer that she was a queen. Perhaps that explains her recent confusion when she informed Congress that the US Constitution is over 400 years old. Actually, as any average 5th grader knows, the Constitution was ratified a few years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence in… Read more »
Obamacare may have been decisive in a closely watch special election for ...
When a presidential candidate calls abortion supporters Satan worshippers and savages, that party, in this case the Republican Party, is guaranteed to keep social issues on the forefront of voter’s mind at least for the short term. The Susan B. Anthony List, a 501 non profit organization focused on eliminating abortion in the US has… Read more »
Paul Ryan, the 2012 Republican vice-presidential candidate who remains a congressman from Wisconsin, went on a conservative radio program Wednesday morning to launch an attack on the work ethic and “culture” of what he called “inner city” men. He was immediately hit with criticism charging that his comments were intended as as a derogatory stereotype… Read more »
The debate surrounding same-sex marriage has a nationally divisive issue for ...
President Barack Obama is reportedly set to sign an executive ordering overtime pay for millions of American workers employed on a salary. A senior Obama administration official confirmed the Thursday overtime expansion signing ceremony with Fox News earlier this morning. The president is once again using the power of his pen to alter existing law… Read more »
Michele Bachmann, the creator of the Tea Party, has recently said she is sick and tired of all the gays who “bully the American people”. In an interview with conservative radio host, Lars Larson, at last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Bachmann expressed her anger toward Arizona Republican governor, Jan Brewer, vetoing Arizona’s anti-gay bill,… Read more »
As the unemployment rate in 2014 increases by a little, some are wondering ...
Alyssa Mastromonaco, 38, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for President Obama, will be leaving The White House in May. Mastromonaco was appointed to the position of Director of Scheduling and Advance in 2008. Actually, she held a similar position for Senator John Kerry in 2004 when he made his bid for the presidency. Alyssa… Read more »
Sarah Palin — well-known in her own right for writing some interesting things — took on the role of Dr. Seuss at the March 8 CPAC meeting in an effort to skewer Washington politics and President Barack Obama’s health care law. During the meeting, Palin touched on everything from the role of women in the… Read more »
Minnesota congresswoman Michelle Bachmann devoted much of her speech at the ...
Condoleezza Rice will deliver the commencement address at the May 18 Rutgers ...
In the United States, “socialist” is considered a bad word among politicians. Many conservatives throw the term around like a mallet, to pound home their argument that a certain politician is far too liberal. Even liberals try to portray themselves as moderates, who will appeal to the great mass of American voters. However, there is… Read more »
The health insurance deadline is quickly approaching on March 31st and the Obama administration is trying to avoid having to offer an extension. President Obama hit the road on Thursday to raise awareness about the health insurance deadline among the Latino population. Many are questioning if the move to target Latinos is a desperate move… Read more »
Hillary Clinton 2016? “Ready for Hillary” Democrats are excited ...
President Barack Obama misspelled the word “respect” during a White House tribute to Aretha Franklin. The occasion for the presidential spelling gaffe was the “Women of Soul” event on Thursday evening. Respect was, of course, a big hit for Aretha Franklin, and became her signature song. Said the president, “When Aretha first told us what… Read more »
Ted Cruz appears to never shy away from saying what is on his mind and remained true to form during his CPAC speech. The Senator took to the podium an announced that the United States should abolish the IRS. The Tea Party Republican feels that American should be able to file their taxes on the… Read more »
Condoleezza Rice is being publicly shunned by progressive professors at Rutgers University, with some claiming she does not “embody [the] moral authority and exemplary citizenship” required to be a college commencement speaker. But if that’s the case, should Hillary Clinton also be silenced by the liberal elite for the Benghazi scandal? In a related report… Read more »
Donald Trump has delivered many speeches over the years, and content aside, ...
Kyle Carpenter, the Marine who jumped on a grenade in November 2010, will receive the Medal of Honor. According to reports from the Marine Corps, Carpenter will become only the third Medal of Honor recipient after the events of September 11, 2001. The story of Kyle Carpenter is one truly worthy of the recognition. Only… Read more »
March truly came in like a lion across the east coast, covering the entire ...
Texas Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis easily wins the Democratic primary for Texas Governor today, as did Greg Abbott, Texas Attorney General, a Republican. Davis represents Fort Worth in the Texas Senate will represent the Democrats for the first time since 1994, the last year former Governor Ann Richards held seat. The only other Democrat… Read more »
Is the Obamacare delay just a political ploy by President Obama and the Democrats to ensure they have a better chance during the 2014 mid-term elections? In a related report by The Inquisitr, when the first Obamacare delay was announced in 2013 Republican also said Democrats were playing politics with the Affordable Care Act. But… Read more »
Could a George P. Bush 2016 presidential election bid be around the corner for the rising Texas star? He’s only won the Republican primaries but many feel Prescott is a shoe-in against his Democratic opponent in the red state. In a related report by The Inquisitr, George W. Bush’s approval rating is actually higher than… Read more »
The estranged wife of US Congressman Alan Grayson has accused him of shoving ...
A Facebook photo of a baby holding a gun has upset many, with some people comparing the situation to the Sandy Hook shooting. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the Newtown reports also highlighted how Adam Lanza was pictured as a baby holding a gun and ammo. Then gun control advocates had a father… Read more »
Private medical records from England’s National Health Service have been uploaded in their entirety to Google BigQuery servers adding to the ailments afflicting the 65 year old government health care service. The NHS was originally founded in 1948 with a creed of service, “from each according to their ability as each according to their needs.”… Read more »
The Romeike family will likely soon be deported due to an unwillingness by the US Supreme Court to intervene in a lower court’s ruling. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Uwe and Hannelore, both evangelical Christians, wanted to homeschool their children and fled to America where such a form of education is legal. All went… Read more »
Texas Independence Day is not only about celebrating separation from Mexico and becoming its own nation for a time. According to some, the Texas secession movement uses it as a time to discuss having Texas secede from the United States. In a related report by The Inquisitr, most people would call efforts to have Texas… Read more »
Was Mitt Romney right about Russia after all? In 2012, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and businessman, was on the receiving end of Big Media ridicule for deeming Russia the primary geo-political foe for America. Barack Obama piled on (in an obviously rehearsed jab) in the October 22, 2012, presidential debate…. Read more »
Conservative media and American citizens are up in arms over United States Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s blanket proclamation this week that ALL Obamacare “horror stories” are lies, propaganda paid for by the Koch brothers. And they aren’t taking it lying down. Talk show host Rush Limbaugh was all over the story. “I mean, the… Read more »
Former Navy Seal Christopher Mark Heben, and “unconventional warfare specialist” believes it would be “amazingly easy” to take down the power grid. Heben was a recent guest on the Judge Jeanine Show. The sniper attacks on the California power stations and a similar terrorism attempt at a nuclear facility in Tennessee took place nearly a… Read more »
Sarah Palin’s then-ridiculed Ukraine prediction has come true unfortunately for the people of that country. During the 2008 presidential campaign, Palin addressed the potential of Russian aggression in Ukraine if Obama became president, which conventional wisdom scoffed at. “In light of recent events in Ukraine and concerns that Russia is getting its troops ready to… Read more »
Geena Davis’ gender equality fight has her joining other women to not only take on the movie industry, but also the sports world and video games. In a related report by The Inquisitr, last year International Women’s Day celebrated the great strides women have taken, but gender inequality persists. For example, female doctors face a… Read more »
President Barack Obama held a very brief press conference about Russian military movements in the Ukraine. The president read a short statement without an expression of emotion and left the podium without answering any questions posed by shouting reporters. Obama said that the “Ukriane has the right to determine their own future,” during the Ukraine… Read more »
The death of Trayvon Martin is still being used by the family lawyer, Benjamin Crump, to denounce Florida’s stand your ground law… even though George Zimmerman chose not to use it in his defense. In a related report by The Inquisitr, George Zimmerman says he doesn’t have any regrets from shooting Trayvon Martin. The rapper… Read more »
A proposed federal minimum wage increase – from the current minimum wage of $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per hour – seems increasingly unlikely to make it to the House floor for a vote in 2014. A recent CNN report suggests Democrats are raising the issue more in hopes of raising political capital headed into… Read more »
A Texas man is waiting for the US Supreme Court to decide if exercising Second Amendment rights means citizens might be giving their Fourth Amendment protections. The Rutherford Institute is pushing the high court to hear the no-knock warrant case spurred by the “SWAT-team style forceful entry” into John Quinn’s home. Rutherford Institute attorneys are… Read more »
The latest Obama approval rating suggests that hope and change has lost its luster, especially among independent voters. According to a new CBS News/New York Times poll, Barack Obama’s approval rating is 41 percent, five percent lower than January 2014. Nearly 60 percent of those polled expressed disappointment with the president and his leadership. For… Read more »