Posts Tagged ‘Governments’

About 1 Million Kids Are Now Eating Dinner at School

Written on January 18th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
First came lunch, then breakfast. Now, schools are serving dinner, too. Should schools feed students dinner before they go home? There’s a growing demand for schools to feed students dinner […]

Will the Supreme Court Protect a Farmer’s Right to Grow and Sell Raisins?

Written on January 17th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
On Friday the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case brought by California raisin farmers who were fined by the government for selling their crop on the open market, […]

Ben Carson’s ISIS Remark Challenges Republicans, Goads Media

Written on January 16th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
Ben Carson’s ISIS Remark Challenges Republicans, Goads Media
As he predicted, Ben Carson yesterday drew stark headlines by making a fanciful comparison of the steadfastness of Revolutionary War patriots to that of the terrorist group ISIS. “Don’t be […]

Political Startup Ranks the Most Conservative, Liberal 2016 Candidates

Written on January 15th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
Political Startup Ranks the Most Conservative, Liberal 2016 Candidates
A new political startup has studied the potential 2016 presidential field—and their pocketbooks. Researchers at Stanford University started Crowdpac, a website that not only analyzes a candidate’s voting records and […]

Alinskyites or Patriots?

Written on January 14th, 2015 by joedavidno shouts
Alinskyites or Patriots?
By Joe David True revolutionaries, according to Saul Alinsky, must conceal their radicalism with a conforming appearance and attitude and a disguised intent. This enables them to infiltrate the mainstream […]

Conservatives Echo Obama’s State of the Union Spoilers With Ideas of Their Own

Written on January 14th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
One week before President Obama is set to deliver his State of the Union address, lawmakers gathered at The Heritage Foundation for the Conservative Policy Summit to outline their policy […]

Rand Paul on Mitt Romney’s 2016 Run: ‘It’s Time for Some Fresh Blood’

Written on January 13th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
Rand Paul on  Mitt Romney’s 2016 Run: ‘It’s Time for Some Fresh Blood’
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney doesn’t have the support of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul as he explores a presidential bid. In an exclusive interview with The Daily Signal today, Paul […]

One Democrat’s Plan to Put More Money Back in Your Pocket

Written on January 12th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
The House Budget Committee’s top Democrat is out with a new plan that he says will put more money back in the pockets of middle class Americans by transferring wealth […]

A Standing Ovation for Free Speech at the Golden Globes

Written on January 11th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
Hollywood celebrities delivered a standing ovation in support of free speech this evening at the Golden Globe Awards. After show hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler began with a running […]

The Unions-Driven Crisis That Could Be Coming to a City Near You

Written on January 11th, 2015 by kalelno shouts
The Unions-Driven Crisis That Could Be Coming to a City Near You
For “Outrageous Government Scam of 2014,” it’s hard to compete with the news of the supersized public employee pensions in California. If you haven’t already heard: In 2013, an assistant […]
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