The sale of firearms and ammunition continues to increase in the weeks following Obama's reelection.
In a move toward religious toleration which would not be seen in a Muslim-majority nation, the government of Hamburg, Germany, has now reached an accord with its Muslim communities giving official standing to their religious holidays and permitting adherents of their beliefs to teach religion in the schools.
Is the work of the American oil industry the moral equivalent of South African apartheid? Will coffee beans cease to exist before the end of this century? The most recent shrill outbursts from the environmental left offer the latest evidence for global warming; the silly season for news is extended later and later into the fall.
The reelection of President Obama has raised concerns of new firearms regulations, sparking a dramatic increase in firearm sales and the value of the companies producing them.
The reelection of President Barrack Hussein Obama may coincide with an escalation from covert to open warfare by the United States and its NATO allies against the Assad regime in Syria. Reports from the United Kingdom indicate that mere hours after Obama’s reelection, British Prime Minister David Cameron was already calling for the United States and its allies to do more to “shape the opposition” into a more effective force, and speed the process of overthrowing the government of Syria.
When the FEMA bureaucrats have gone home, New Yorkers will still be relying on each other, and the compassion of their fellow Americans.
On Thursday, concealed carry permit holders will no longer have to conceal their firearms in Oklahoma. But how long will it take the rest of state residents to regain that right?
A French youth organization, Generation Identitaire, is mobilizing to stop the Islamization of France.
As Mexico's bloody drug war continues between the cartels and the government, America's presidential candidates seem not to notice the war across the southern border.