On Tuesday, the quiet subterranean fishing expedition by the government into the WikiLeaks document disclosures last fall came to light for the first time in the courtroom of U. S. Magistrate Judge Theresa Carroll Buchanan in Alexandria, Virginia. In its search for incriminating evidence, the government demanded that Twitter release information about three suspects linked to WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange: Birgitta Jonsdottir (a former WikiLeaks “activist”), and Rop Gonggrijp and Jacob Applebaum, two computer programmers. 

Pro-ObamaCare activists are seeking to have Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recuse himself in the much-anticipated high-court case expected to decide whether the healthcare takeover will stand, while "health-reform" opponents aim to disqualify newly appointed leftist Justice Elena Kagan.  

When Fox News’ conservative pundit Glenn Beck or The John Birch Society warns of impending doom as a result of civil unrest, an underground Marxist movement, and the Cloward and Piven plot to collapse the economy, they are touted as fearmongers by the Left and the mainstream media. One wonders what those groups would have to say about New York’s recently released apocalypse guide.

Since the election in November 2010, there's been plenty of talk about cutting the federal budget. The Cato Institute, for example, has come up with a $1.056 trillion proposal to cut federal spending. Newly elected U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) proposes to cut $500 billion from the federal budget. Other Republicans are now vacillating over whether or not to fulfill their campaign promise ("Pledge to America") of at least $100 billion in budget cuts.

Rand PaulFreshman Kentucky Senator and Tea Party favorite Rand Paul announced February 10 he would oppose renewal of key parts of the USA Patriot Act on the grounds that the law violates key parts of the Constitution.