If Washington D.C.'s Mayor Vincent Gray doesn't veto a discriminatory minimum-wage law targeted at Walmart, the retailer is likely to shrug, and find other friendlier places to do business.
The dangers of expanding the National Instant Criminal Background Check System to include "mentally defective" individuals and requiring states to include everyone diagnosed as such is raising concerns over privacy and the eventual elimination of firearms from every American citizen.
The establishment media silence is deafening when a report like the one Obama ordered from the CDC contradicts the anti-gun narrative of the White House.
It is hoped that with the implementation of South Dakota's "School Sentinel" law, allowing teachers and other school personnel to carry sidearms, that other states will quickly pass similar laws, reducing the threats of future Columbines, Virginia Techs, and Sandy Hooks.
The comparison of the NSA to the East German STASI reflects the same problem of the surveillance state: Just who is sorting through the large amounts of data?
The sanctions sought against Jon Corzine, the former head of the bankrupt trading firm MF Global, by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in a lawsuit filed in U.S. Southern District Court in New York on June 27 will likely end Corzine’s career as a Wall Street manipulator and send him into ignominious oblivion.
Tuesday's announcement by the Treasury Department delaying implementation of part of ObamaCare may turn out to be a brilliant political maneuver: defanging latent Republican resistance until after the 2014 elections.
If the Supreme Court reverses a lower court's ruling against the EPA, the costs of going green will become obvious to every living soul who turns on a light.
Saturday’s revelations by the German newspaper Der Spiegel that U.S. agents placed bugs in European Union officials’ offices in New York and Washington and hacked into EU headquarters in Brussels have ignited a firestorm of indignation among German and European officials.
When California's El Dorado County Sheriff John D'Agostini stripped agents of the U.S. Forest Service their law enforcement powers inside his county, he was simply exercising his rights as confirmed and explained by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in Printz v. United States.