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Young Libertarian PAC Wants to Join 2014 Elections

A PAC that views itself as youth-driven and grass-roots called the Liberty Action Fund is planning on throwing its support behind former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas and other like-minded candidates. Feb 23, 2014 12:22 AM PT

GOP Obtains New Web Domain

The GOP, tired of being criticized for losing to the Democrats in 2012 because they had antiquated approaches to elections, have secured the internet domain ending .gop for websites, making the websites easier to remember and find. Feb 23, 2014 12:17 AM PT

FDA Rules Threaten Organic Farmers

Small farms, many of whom use organic farming techniques, are finding that the methods they have been using for years, including spreading house-made fertilizers, tilling their farmland with grazing animals, and irrigating with water from open creeks, are coming under assault. Feb 23, 2014 12:03 AM PT

Hundreds of Copies of The Diary of Anne Frank Vandalized in Japan

In Tokyo, hundreds of copies of The Diary of Anne Frank have been vandalized in more than 30 libraries. Scores of pages were ripped out of at least 265 books; city official Mitsujiro Ikeda said that in the Nakano district libraries, the damage was done inside reading rooms. He added, "Books related to Ms. Anne Frank are clearly targeted, and it's happening across Tokyo. It's outrageous." Japan was an ally of Nazi Germany in World War II. Feb 21, 2014 11:20 AM PT

Covered California Fails Again

On Wednesday California's version of ObamaCare, Covered California, failed once again, as website errors cut off online enrollment. Thursday, the website flashed a message saying, "the enrollment portion of the site is being worked on." The website explained, "Covered California’s enrollment portal has been temporarily taken offline because of software malfunctions that were affecting the consumer experience," Feb 21, 2014 7:44 AM PT

Ukraine Defense Minister Won't Take Phone Call from Defense Sec Hagel

Typifying the utterly ineffectual foreign policy that has been endemic for the entirety of the Obama administration, Ukrainian Defense Minister Pavel Lebedev rebuffed U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, refusing to take even one of the phone calls Hagel made to him. Feb 21, 2014 7:29 AM PT

Obama Drops Entitlement Cuts from 2015 Budget

Feeling his oats, Barack Obama has decided to jettison his proposal from last year to use chained CPI (consumer price index) to calculate benefits, which would have cut Social Security benefits. Obama had proposed the ideas last year as a supposed gift to the GOP so they could reach a “grand bargain” on the nation’s debt, but he’s reversed himself now. Feb 21, 2014 2:34 AM PT

FCC to Monitor Newsrooms

In a frightening development truly reminiscent of George Orwell’s Big Brother, the FCC has plans to invade newsrooms around the nation with government contractors who will survey the outlets' products and decide if they meet Americans’ "critical information needs." Feb 21, 2014 2:33 AM PT

Philip Seymour Hoffman's Will: Don't Raise My Son in Hollywood

Philip Seymour Hoffman's will, which was drawn up in October 2004 when his son Cooper was only one year old and his daughters were not yet born, stipulated that Cooper be raised in one of three cities. Los Angeles, with Hollywood’s Tinseltown, was not one of them. Feb 20, 2014 12:20 PM PT

Is the Keystone XL Pipeline Dead?

Is the Keystone XL pipeline dead? Bold Nebraska, a group that is fighting the pipeline, is celebrating the decision by Lancaster County District Court Judge Stephanie Stacy to invalidate as unconstitutional a 2012 state law that gave Gov. Dave Heineman the power of eminent domain. Feb 20, 2014 11:53 AM PT

'Let's Move' 4th Anniversary: A Failure?

The White House issued a press release on Thursday from the office of Michelle Obama touting the fourth anniversary of her program, "Let’s Move." The press release said that “we are moving toward a healthier future and this movement is becoming the new norm all across the country. From child care centers through high school, from sun up to sun down the country is moving toward a healthier future.” Feb 20, 2014 9:41 AM PT

'House of Cards' Star Says D.C. More Corrupt than Hollywood

Robin Wright, who stars in House of Cards, told Capitol File, a Washington D.C. luxury lifestyle magazine, that Washington D.C. is more corrupt than Hollywood. Wright was asked whether the stories on House of Cards, which feature reporters who have sex with their news sources, are an accurate reflection of what happens in Washington, D.C. She responded: “Oh yeah … D.C. is more corrupt than Hollywood. It really is. It’s more sleazy than Hollywood … how much infidelity goes on.” Feb 20, 2014 9:22 AM PT


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