Written by Frasier Institute
Manitoba continues reign as most generous province but Americans are far more generous than Canadians
VANCOUVER, B.C.-Manitoba is Canada's most generous province for the 10th year in a row, but Americans continue to be far more generous than Canadians, according to an annual report on generosity ...
Written by Ron Holland
On December 9, 2009, Congressman Ron Paul introduced the Free Competition in Currency Actbefore the US House. The need for this legislation is a clear indication of how far our financial rights and freedoms have fallen in the United States as much of the world outside Washington's ...
Written by George Friedman
President Barack Obama's speech in Oslo marking his receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize was eloquent, as most of his speeches are.
It was also enigmatic - both for its justification of war and for his speaking on behalf of the international community while making clear that as commander ...
Written by Conn Carroll
Last month, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) rammed through her version of Obamacare almost a week before the agency in charge of running Medicare and Medicaid, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services(CMMS), could issue its non-partisan and independent analysis of the ...
Written by Richard Falknor
RedState's Erick Erickson this noon in his "Fight" post spells out ways willing Senate Republicans can slow the Obamacare Express so that it comes to a presumably fatal halt.
"The most powerful words in the Senate are ‘I object.' Senate Republicans should have been shouting those ...
Written by JR Dieckmann
In less than one year, we are seeing our country go from a nation of laws to a nation of men. Obama, a community organizer, with his regime in Congress, is the one making the laws for all of us to obey, with or without constitutional authority to do so. Have the American voters gone completely ...
Written by Tom Fitton
Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against Obama Administration to Obtain White House Visitor Logs
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, the Obama White House recently voluntarily released a select number of White House visitor logs to the public (amounting to only hundreds out of the hundreds of thousands of ...
Written by Tom fitton
Powerful Senator Max Baucus (D-MT) was forced to make the embarrassing admission that he personally recommended his staffer-turned-girlfriend for a top Obama Justice Department position while the two were dating.
Here's the story according to The Wall Street Journal:
Written by Matt Spalding
Does Obama's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance violate the Constitution?
Interesting question. Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution says that: