With unemployment hovering around 9 percent and the country plummeting into an attitude of defeat, a growing number of Americans have opted to bail out of the American dream and search for a life abroad.Tags Economic Crisis
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump officially is not part the 2012 presidential race after bowing out in May, but that is not stopping him from trying to be part of the action, or as some would call it, distraction.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will pick up another endorsement on Tuesday, this time from former vice president Dan Quayle. The former vice president served under George H.W. Bush
Howard Gutman, the U.S. ambassador to Belgium, set off a fire storm Monday morning after he made comments regarding the origin of anti-Semitism. He sought to make a distinction between “traditional” anti-Semitism and anti-Semitism brought about by the “ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.”
The U.S. Postal Service announced on Monday that it will be implementing cuts to first-class mail next spring due to its dismal financial outlook. The changes will result in a slower delivery service and is the first time in 40 years that change of this type has taken place at USPS.
New Jersey Republican Gov. Christ Christie has stepped up attacks on GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s newest challenger: Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the house.Tags 2012 Race
With December already here many people have turned their focus to celebrating the Christmas season, including the Democratic Party of Harris County, located in Houston. The women of the Democratic Party have sent out invitations inviting people to attend their holiday gathering at a local Planned Parenthood clinic.
Rep. Trent Franks (R- Ariz.) reintroduced his Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act to the House of Representatives on Tuesday. The bill seeks to outlaw abortions based on gender and race discrimination.
The House of Representatives is voting Thursday to approve a resolution to honor Gabriel Zimmerman, the first congressional staffer killed while conducting official duties. Zimmerman was killed in January during the shooting rampage in Tuscan, Ariz., that critically injured Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.1 comments
A former Marine recipient of the Medal of Honor is suing his former employer for character defamation. Former Sgt. Dakota Meyer was awarded the military’s highest honor by President Obama this past September for his combat actions t
The Senate on Tuesday passed the annual defense authorization bill containing language that would allow al-Qaida suspects to be taken into military custody rather than tried in the American civilian court system. Last week, the White House threatened to veto the bill if such language was included.
Thousands of Iraqi Christians, unable to safely worship in their home country, are looking to the United States as a safe haven. The immigration status of these refugees, however, remain uncertain due to new and extensive security measures.
The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer drew attention to a new study on Monday which revealed that women who had an abortion are approximately three times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who did not.
A group of conservative college students are fed up with what they feel is liberal bias displayed at public universities. The young conservatives have come together to launch a new website called The College Conservative in hopes of providing a platform for young conservatives everywhere.6 comments
Emma Sullivan, 18, has decided not to issue a letter of apology to Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, she announced on Sunday via Twitter. The Shawnee Mission East senior made headlines last week when she tweeted that the governor “sucked”