Jason Easley Friday, May, 1st, 2015 PoliticsUSA On Friday, the Sanders campaign announced that it has raised more than $1.5 million online in the 24 hours since he announced his candidacy. It is a surprisingly heavy haul for a… Continue Reading
05.06.15 Paul.Senate.Gov WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Rand Paul yesterday unveiled ‘The Waste Report,’ which will identify egregious examples of wasteful spending throughout the U.S. government. Periodically, ‘The Waste Report’ will highlight a new example of government waste. ‘The Waste… Continue Reading
“We’re working together to try to get it across the finish line.” May 5, 2015 Billy House Bloomberg The U.S. Senate will take up legislation to give President Barack Obama the trade negotiating authority he wants “very soon,” Senate Majority… Continue Reading
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infowars.com Bloggers, conspiracy theorists and people who challenge establishment narratives on the Internet were all likened to ISIS terrorists during a chilling Congressional hearing which took place yesterday.
RT.com It’s official: “Libertarian Conservative” Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) says he’ll be running for president of the United States in 2016. Paul, 52, announced Tuesday morning that he’ll indeed be pursuing the Republican Party’s nomination for president ahead of next… Continue Reading
Mises.org Perhaps due to it not being as readily quantifiable as government taxation, debt, welfare, and money creation; regulation has too often been superficially dealt with. In many ways, the largely “hidden tax” of regulation is a bigger threat to… Continue Reading
Investment Watch New internet regulations finally released by the Federal Communications Commission make 46 references to a group funded by billionaire George Soros and co-founded by a neo-Marxist. The FCC released the 400-page document on Thursday, two weeks after it… Continue Reading
Infowars.com The run on AR-15 ammunition continues apace as gun stores across the country report a “buying frenzy” that has exhausted supplies in anticipation of an ATF ban on M855 “green tip” bullets, which some gun owners fear could lead… Continue Reading
My Way News Michael Powell, a former Republican FCC chairman who now runs the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, warned that consumers would almost immediately “bear the burden of new taxes and increased costs, and they will likely wait longer… Continue Reading
Republican FCC Commissioners Ask Wheeler To Delay Net Neutrality Vote, Release Proposal FCC chief pressed to release net neutrality rules
New York Post How Jon Stewart turned lies into comedy and brainwashed a generation […]Though Stewart has often claimed he does a “fake news show,” “The Daily Show” isn’t that. It’s a real news show punctuated with puns, jokes, asides… Continue Reading
Tech Crunch Google purchased Boston Dynamics last year, which means it now owns the company’s ongoing robotics projects, including BigDog. Today, the Google subsidiary posted videos of a smaller dog-like robot, aptly named Spot, which weighs around 160 lbs, has… Continue Reading
The Daily Caller Republican FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai on Friday raised the first of many criticisms to come about FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s aggressive net neutrality plan distributed to commissioners Thursday, which Pai described as “President Obama’s 332-page plan to… Continue Reading
The Washington Post NBC News anchor Brian Williams conceded on Wednesday that a story he had told about being under fire while covering the invasion of Iraq in 2003 was false.