Catalina Marketing will be replacing about 50 of its IT employees with workers from the outsourcing firm Mindtree. Adding insult to injury, those laid off workers are being made to train their foreign replacements, according to a report from Tampa Bay’s Fox 13.
The panel of Fifth Circuit judges slated to consider President Obama’s executive amnesty programs include Republican appointed Judges Jennifer Walker Elrod and Jerry Smith, who ruled against the emergency stay last month. The third judge on the panel is Democratic appointee Judge Carolyn Dineen King.
In the wake of the heinous attack on Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a 28-year-old activist named Taurean Brown is urging blacks to prepare to defend themselves should such an attack occur again.
In his new book, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) goes right at the heart of the Washington beast: The establishment’s messaging operation in the mainstream media.
According a report from Journal-Gazette in Mattoon, Martinsville School District board in Illinois voted 6-0 Thursday to fire English teacher Jordan Parmenter after stomping on the U.S. flag in a lesson he gave on May 15. Parmenter said he used the flag as part
On Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States continued its gushing vomit of nonsensical opinion, issuing three rulings of varying degrees of logic and coherence.
Gov. Chris Christie is set to enter the crowded GOP presidential race Tuesday with an announcement at his former high school. Polls show Christie is no longer a first-tier candidate, but longtime observers say his rhetorical skill on the stump should not be underestimated.
Former President Bill Clinton did some “retail therapy” during his visit in Paris on Monday. A magazine reports President Clinton shopped at Hermes in Paris.
FBI Launches Investigation of Possible Corruption and Drug Trafficking at Clinton Correctional Facility
One source familiar with the investigation into the escape of the two convicts from Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York tells Breitbart News “they are investigating a drug trade inside the prison that is being operated by the prisoners and the correctional officers.” Another source familiar with the investigation tells Breitbart News the arrests of Joyce Mitchell and Gene Palmer are just “the tip of the iceberg.”
“I was standing behind the chief justice of the United States and sitting right next to him was the court’s first female justice, Sandra Day O’Connor. We were in front of a large computer screen gazing at explicit, hard-core pornography. As we examined the screen before us, I remember very distinctly what the 65-year-old O’Connor said,” Sen. Ted Cruz writes in his new book.
During last week’s debate in the Illinois 18th District special election, establishment GOP candidate Darin LaHood claimed that he would have voted against President Obama’s fast track trade deal. Yet this is the same candidate who took hundreds of thousands and endorsements from the very organizations pushing the trade deal. How can he be both their man and run against their key issue?
“Mr. Trump stands by his statements on illegal immigration, which are accurate,” Trump’s press release reads. “NBC is weak, and like everybody else is trying to be politically correct— that is why our country is in serious trouble.”
Elected leaders in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas say there’s no reason they have to immediately follow the Supreme Court ruling that gay marriage is legal nationwide—at least not if there’s a religious liberty exemption.
A UC Berkeley Law Professor thinks that the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in the Obergefell v. Hodges case mischaracterized the marriage by referring to it as the supreme human relationship.
According to the Instituto Cervantes, an organization created by the Spanish government in 1991 to promote the Spanish language, more people speak Spanish in the United States than any other country in the world except for Mexico.
The Miss USA pageant was scheduled for July 12, but will no longer air on NBC after the network decided to sever its business relations with Trump – who owns the pageant – following his statements on the southern border and illegal immigrants during his announcement speech this month.
The Louisiana Clerks of Court Association advised clerks not to issue licenses for 25 days, during which time the Supreme Court could be petitioned for a rehearing. Same-sex marriages are also on hold in the state of Mississippi where Democrat attorney general Jim Hood said the Supreme Court’s decision would not go into effect in his state until the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals lifts a stay on its ruling from last year in which it struck down the state’s same-sex marriage ban.
But by far the biggest disruption was from a large group of “black lives matter” protesters. The group was joined by members of the black queer community of Chicago who announced the disruption on their website.
“As we celebrate Independence Day, we welcome over 4,000 new Americans who will be able to enjoy all the rights, privileges and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship,” USCIS Director León Rodríguez said in a statement Monday.
Celebrating the feast of the apostles Peter and Paul on Monday, Pope Francis drew a parallel between the intense Christian persecution of the early centuries and the persecution faced by Christians throughout the world today.
In April Breitbart News reported the Senior District Judge Richard Matsch threw out a lawsuit filed by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence on behalf of the parents of Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes. The suit, filed against online ammo retailer Lucky Gunner and other outlets, sought monetary relief for ammunition and firearms supplies purchased by Holmes.