Category Archives: In The News

Support For Gun Rights Hits 20 Year High

Despite the best efforts of the media and politicians, gun rights are more popular than ever. New polling by Pew Research shows that most Americans support gun rights over gun control for the first time in two decades. The poll found that fifty two percent of Americans believe that protecting the right of to own… Read More »

Russian Currency Collapses Overnight

The Russian Ruble has taken a turn for the worst as an overnight move by the Russian central bank increased mistrust of the entity and the buying power of the Russian currency. America may feel the pinch before long. At 1:00am in Moscow, the Russian Central Bank increased interest rates from 10.5% to 17% –… Read More »

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu Loses Re-Election Bid

Lousiana democrat Senator Mary Landrieu lost her bid for re-election on Saturday. Challenger Rep. Bill Cassidy(R) ousted Landrieu by a 56% to 44% vote margin in a run-off election. Landrieu had trailed Cassidy significantly in recent polls and the Democrat campaigning machine had largely abandoned her despite her 34 year tenure as Senator. Landrieu had been… Read More »

Al Queda Plot: Blow Up Five Planes This Christmas

TERRORISTS are plotting to blow up five passenger jets in a Christmas “spectacular”, security experts say. U.S. intelligence is reported to have discovered a terrorist plot to blow up at least five European commercial air liners over the Christmas holiday. The threat is considered so seriously that U.K. officials are considering outright bans on carry… Read More »

Companies Getting Sued for Complying with Obamacare

The Obama administration has filed lawsuits against several companies for complying with the wellness provisions in Obamacare. Obama’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed suit against Honeywell International and two smaller companies for offering rewards to employees for taking part in wellness activities and penalizing those who don’t The law suit stems from the… Read More »

Va. Tech Pulls funding for conservative group over immigration speech

Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) is beung threatened with funding cuts from  Virginia Tech administrators after co-sponsoring former Treasury Secretary Bay Buchanan  at a speech at the university. Young Americans for Freedom, which co-sponsored the speech by the conservative pundit and sister of former presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan with the school’s College Republicans, is appealing a… Read More »

Furgeson under emergency declaration, military called in

Ferguson, MO citizens are barricading their businesses and arming themselves while the governor calls in the National Guard in anticipation of a verdict in the Michael Brown shooting. Protesters are demanding that Officer Darren Wilson be indicted by the grand jury currently considering the case. Leaks from the proceedings have indicated that Wilson will not be… Read More »