Predictably, the usual anti-gun suspects have attacked the NRA's proposal to put more armed personnel in our nation's schools, but NRA members may want to challenge the program's promotion of unconstitutional federal involvement in local law enforcement and education, and its dangerous positions and omissions on "mental health."
Since March 28, when President Obama issued an executive order creating the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, a growing number of individuals and organizations have reacted by raising concerns that such a move possibly heralds an eventual federal takeover of American elections.
A federal judge ruled Monday that Stockton, California, is eligible for bankruptcy protection, as the insolvent city follows a burgeoning national trend.
Following his magnetic speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, Dr. Ben Carson revealed to the New York Times that he would be willing to consider a run for the White House if "the people are still clamoring."
In what is being touted as the first known cyberattack on a U.S. election, many mainstream news outlets are reporting on the approximately 2,500 bogus absentee ballot requests that were flagged as suspicious by Miami-Dade County’s absentee ballot processing software in the 2012 primary elections. But that attack was not the first such; The New American reported in 2000 that Arizona's Democratic primary that year was e-attacked.