Written by Wendell Cox
Dysfunctional policies are driving away millions of residents and billions of dollars.
New York State faces a host of economic and budgetary problems, as many of the stories in this issue make clear. One way of expressing the depth of these problems is through the state's startling ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Reporting from near the home turf of embattled Green Jobs Czar Van Jones, Joe Garofoli of the San Francisco Chronicle saysit's clearly a bad sign when White House flak Robert Gibbs is asked if Jones still enjoys the confidence of the President and merely replies that Jones "continues to work in ...
Written by Citizen
From AmericanGrandJury.orgcomes news of an affidavit has been filed with the United States District Court in Southern California represented by Orly Taitz. We all know the huge controversy swirling around our President's missing original birth certificate. No one seems to know where it is. Only ...
Written by Frank Salvato
As Congress prepares to return to work - now there's an oxymoron - the subject of healthcare is weighing heavy in the air. The August recess provided the American people with contentious town hall meetings where We the Peoplewere described by opportunistic, power-hungry ...
Written by Bob Steinburg
A Conservative's Viewpoint
From the beginning of time man has had an inherent sense of a higher power. Whether referred to by Christians as Yahweh or by Islam as Allah, God in any culture is perceived as the supernatural creator and overseer of the universe. He is the source of all moral ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
Unemployment in America jumped to the highest level in more than a quarter of a century last month, bringing to almost 7 million the number of jobs lost since the recession began. The jobless rate in the world's biggest economy climbed to 9.7%, higher than the 9.5% expected by economists and up ...
Written by Tom Fitton
Rep. Charles Rangel, under investigation for a series of serious transgressions by the House Ethics Committee, has apparently resorted to making "campaign contributions" to make the problems go away.
Here's the story according to WCBS TV, a New York CBS affiliate:
Written by Tom Purcell - FrontPageMagazine.com
It's not that Americans mind being BS-ed. It's that we get agitated if sufficient effort is not put into the spinning of the yarn.
BS-ing has a long history in America. In our earlier years, the tall tale became an American art form. The colorful characters who tamed the frontier loved to sit ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
A "pandemic response bill" currently making its way through the Massachusetts state legislature would allow authorities to forcefully quarantine citizens in the event of a health emergency, compel health providers to vaccinate citizens, authorize forceful entry into private dwellings and ...