Former Senator Rick Santorum has selected an odd issue over which to attack fellow Republicans Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Rand Paul, along with former Congressman Ron Paul. He does not like it that they believe citizens should follow the 10th Amendment, even when they disagree with what actions a state takes.

There is perhaps no better proof of the federal government’s collusion with Big Pharma than the government’s crusade against "vaping" — inhaling or exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette. Testimony from experts reveals that vaping is less harmful than smoking and can be an effective tool in helping smokers kick the habit. As such, it poses a competitive threat to pharmaceutical companies that produce drugs which are alleged to achieve the same result. Hence, federal agencies have targeted vaping, even funding studies to distort the facts.

A newly released study from a lab research team at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System is the latest example of the government’s propaganda against vaping.

The Texas Attorney General’s Office released a statement on December 29 that it had on that day “asked the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a federal appeals court ruling to halt the president’s unconstitutional executive action on immigration.”

 

Following a security review ordered by Governor John Kasich, all Ohio National Guard facilities will now allow members to carry firearms.

Incredibly, a State Department spokesman recently announced that among the department’s major accomplishments in 2015 was “bringing peace” to war-torn Syria.