In this season of Independence, it's important - and sad - to note how far we've come from our nation's founding, where brave, insightful men laid everything on the line just a couple of centuries ago in an all-or-nothing effort to birth the greatest, most successful, free country in the history of the earth.
Within the next two years, a spooky, powerful and invisible new technology will be deployed by the U.S. government that can instantly scan and identify every molecule on your body or person: the cocaine residue on your dollar bills, prescription drugs in your purse, marijuana in your pocket and even trace powder residue from your practice session at the gun range.
SEIU is the Service Employees International Union The Poor me people, who don't believe in working.
Picture a peaceful, Amish farmer, selling one of nature’s super foods — fresh, raw milk.
First there was SOPA, then there was PIPA. The Internet beat those back. Then along came ACTA inciting protests around the world. Up next is something far worse and far more secret – the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
The recent brouhaha over Lowe’s pulling its advertising on the TV show “All-American Muslim” is just the latest example of how radical Islam threatens, undermines and eventually destroys freedom.
Citizen journalism formed the ideological basis of the American Revolution and built support for it throughout the colonies, but the U.S. government's attitude towards journalism has been decidedly mixed.
The signs of escalation are unmistakable.
For too long, We the People have sat back while the governmental representatives of our nation have initiated fiscal policies to appease the donors of their campaign drives while taking away from our social services.
When the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced last year that it would soon begin setting up security checkpoints in places other than just airports, it definitely was not joking.