Judge Stephen W. Smith has criticized the law permitting the process of obtaining an electronic surveillance warrant to be kept secret.
Chicago has as many as 10 murders in a given weekend, putting it on track to have over 500 murders this year, and most of those murders are committed by blacks against blacks as a result of black "victim group" status and political pandering.
Neither of the country’s main political parties has a plan to dramatically lower healthcare costs and extend medical services to all of the needy. The author, a physician who practices medicine in New Jersey, has such a plan.
The U.S. Senate is preparing to consider the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 after its sponsors made changes to the original legislation that addressed privacy concerns and federal overreach. Despite the changes, however, the bill continues to remain controversial.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul's bill to audit the Federal Reserve Bank easily passed the House of Representatives July 25 by a vote of 327-98. Every House Republican voted for the bill except freshman Rep. Bob Turner of New York, while Democrats were about evenly split.
James Holmes appears to be a normal, bright, self-effacing individual without evil intents. Looking deeper Holmes is the skilled, deliberate schemer behind the Aurora, Colorado, shootings.
In his July 24 address to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mitt Romney declared that President Obama had exposed the military to radical and unjustified cuts in funding and compromised national security.
President Obama's campaign tried to walk back his July 13 “You didn't build that” remarks about small businesses in America in a series of video statements July 25.
In a startling front-page report published this month, the New York Times openly admitted that reporters from virtually every national media outlet were letting the administration, as well as the Barack Obama and Mitt Romney presidential campaigns, alter the quotes in news stories before publication. Analysts, the alternative media, and even some establishment figures promptly lambasted the controversial practice, sparking something of an international scandal while leading to demands for an immediate end to what opponents called “censorship.”
Several establishment media outlets have already announced that they would no longer permit the practice. Others promised to offer readers full disclosure if sources were allowed to review and approve their statements before publication. But the uproar over the news is still growing, and it is likely to shake the bizarre — critics say "corrupt" — U.S. media culture to its core.
On Monday, Senator Dianne Feinstein, a key Democrat leader on the Senate Intelligence Committee, stated that the classified leaks may have come from the White House, though she expressly stated that she does not believe the President to be one of the leakers. But Dianne Feinstein’s statement has caused such a stir that she has begun to backtrack from her assertion.