The Minnesota Senator is looking to protect users from invasive marketers and potential cyber-stalkers.
Archive for December 19th, 2012
The organization claims to be helping the needy, but it turns out that may only be if the needy are the ‘right kind’ of people.
Focusing on guns may be a bandaid approach, but bandaids actually do help heal.
He equates arming teachers with arming airline pilots and believes that any place without guns is at risk.
Georgetown University’s Chris Chambers explains why Fox News’ fanatical pro-gun stance is a key component for its business model.
How a minority group has distorted the Second Amendment into being something the US Constitution never said it was and fooled the country.
More visible signs of panic came, not from the gun lobbyists, but from gun buyers.
I fully expect a lawsuit to be brought against the school board for ‘religious persecution’ or some such nonsense.
While it’s easy to address assault weapons as an unnecessary source of killings in our country, gun discussion needs to be comprehensive.
Mass killings in the U.S. happen an average of once every two weeks, according to research published by USA Today.
They are the ‘men behind the curtain,’ pulling levers that no longer have the power of the past. Let’s make sure they know that.
A kinder, gentler Rush … that’s still just as awful as always.
The Secretary of Defense just sent a memorandum objecting to $8billion of expenses that Congress added for projects in their states and districts.
Brent Troy Bartel of Forth Worth, Texas believed the day to be a “holy day” and to celebrate it, carved a pentagram on his 6-year-old son’s back.
If his win in 2008 was extraordinary, then 2012 is confirmation that demographic change is here to stay.