At a hearing last week, U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen was outraged that the matter had yet to be cleared up. “I expect you to resolve the 2,000; I’m shocked that you haven’t,” he said at a hearing in Brownsville, according to the San Antonio Express-News. “If they’re not resolved by July 31, I’m going to have to figure out what action to take.”
Like for many conservatives, the Supreme Court’s recent liberty-crushing rampage was an incredibly difficult pill for me to swallow. Having to listen to the continuous parade of mainstream media pundits trot out their prized leftist activists to tell us all how common interpretations held by the public and the courts had been completely wrong for more than 200 years was nauseating to say the least.
From National Journal: Mike Flynn has published about a million and a half words on politics and policy. Now, he’s trying to put them into practice. Last month, Flynn, an editor for the conservative Breitbart News, announced his bid for
Modern-day clickbait aggregators who fancy themselves journalists collectively gasped when GOP candidate Donald Trump clearly and succinctly condemned the raw deal Mexico gave the U.S., especially when it comes to immigration.
Following a year of technology problems and complaints from angry parents, Ohio has become the latest state to dump the federally-funded PARCC Common Core test consortium.
AJ Kern—“a politically engaged resident of Sauk Rapids” who publishes a column for the St. Cloud Times (SCTimes)—recently argued that worker visas and the Trade Pacific Partnership (TPP) threaten American workers.
Episcopalians voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples, solidifying the church’s embrace of gay rights that began more than a decade ago with the pioneering election of the first openly gay bishop.
As Uber and other Silicon Valley startups come under legal pressure for employing an army of full-time freelancers, a well-funded new startup has decided to completely switch its workforce to staffed employees with full benefits (“W2” workers).
There may be a showdown brewing in Columbia, as a New Black Panther Party affiliated group plans a rally in the state capitol of South Carolina on July 18, the same day that a protest is planned by a KKK white power group.
On June 30, former CNN anchor Lynne Russell was saved from an alleged armed robber when her husband Chuck de Caro drew his 9mm and killed the attacker.
As fears grow over what might happen if computers gain an intelligence of their own, tax-funded entrepreneur Elon Musk is sinking over $6 million into a research project to study the worst case scenarios.
On May 22, police confronted 24-year-old Romechia Simms who had reportedly been at a park in LaPlata, Maryland for hours. The woman was placidly pushing her 3-year-old in a swing. When police arrived, they found that the child was dead.
On June 24, Breitbart News reported that a Hollywood, Florida, Domino’s Pizza delivery driver shot and killed one of two alleged armed robbers who demanded his money.
ALMON, Idaho (Reuters) — A long-standing refugee welcoming center in conservative Idaho has found itself at the center of a campaign by adversaries seeking to force it closed, citing fears that the immigrants it hosts could include Islamist extremists.
Last Monday, the New York Times ran a lavish full-color image of a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI made out of condoms.
GOP presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) was asked about fellow contender Donald Trump’s statements on illegal immigration during an appearance on Special Report with Brett Baier on Fox News Wednesday evening.
“There are few occasions on which I agree with statements made by President Obama, however, his statement today reflects the serious problems associated with illegal immigration and the inability of politicians to secure our borders,” Trump stated.
“In the first quarter of this campaign, we raised more than $45 million — a new record for this early in a campaign,” wrote Clinton’s Campaign Manager Robby Mook.
The latest fire came Tuesday night, about 65 miles from Charleston in the town of Greeleyville. However a federal official has told the Associated Press that that fire was not arson.
GOP presidential candidate George Pataki is now the first GOP candidate to go after fellow contender Donald Trump on his statements regarding illegal immigration.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) decided Wednesday to increase compensation for CEOs at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – government sponsored enterprises (GSEs).