America still fights Indian wars, but today these battles center not around settlers pushing their homesteads onto tribal lands but around gambling.
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Runaway regulations are hurting everyday people and wrecking family budgets. It’s not big companies that suffer from the $1.88 trillion annual burden of red tape that the government imposes. They add the costs onto their price tags.
Forget everything else you read about the Supreme Court case that could mandate same-sex marriages. All that matters is the swing vote of Justice Anthony Kennedy. He will break the expected 4-to-4 deadlock among the other justices.
We freed up $13-billion for Iran to negotiate its nuclear weapons program. Now Obama’s claims about the supposed deal turn out to be imaginary.
President Obama’s two big decisions on the Internet are poles apart. In 2009, his Department of Commerce relinquished big chunks of America’s control over the Internet to ICANN. Six years later, Mr. Obama’s Federal Communications Commission now wants to dictate “fairness” by imposing so-called “net neutrality.”
President Obama’s administration has surrendered control of Internet domain names to a company that approves .sucks, .wtf as well as .porn and .xxx, allowing the private group is making huge money from the process.
Most workers would be fired if they made a $1 million mistake. But our government admits to wasting at least $100 billion a year, yet nobody gets canned.
Why does the Left keep expanding a war that America has already won?
If you like your shower, you probably can’t keep it once the Obama administration bureaucrats are done.
Ringling Brothers is dropping elephants from its circus after 144 years because PETA activists got key cities to enact local laws making it impossible for handlers to control the elephants.