By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Taxes aren't high enough yet, so the U.S. Senate in its infinite wisdom is poised to raise them again. The innocuously titled Marketplace Fairness Act the worst legislation always carries an imaginatively phony title will sail through the upper chamber this week.
What do Starbucks, Nordstrom, Southwest Airlines, Amazon.com, UPS, Whole Foods Market and Costco have in common? They all practice "conscious capitalism."
The Internal Revenue Service must now defer to the Department of Health and Human Services as the chief goblin of the American taxpayer. The task of signing up for mandatory health insurance will soon rival the notorious Form 1040 for complexity and anxiety.
Nearly 2,000 years after Jesus commissioned Mary Magdalene to announce his resurrection to his disciples, many segments of Christendom still have difficulty knowing what role to give female members and workers.
CBS Corp. is rolling out past seasons of "The Good Wife" online, the first time the broadcaster is allowing Internet access to a drama that is still airing new episodes on TV.
Physical books may have a longer shelf life than expected. Barnes & Noble posted a third-quarter loss on Thursday, partly because demand for its e-books and Nook e-book readers have plummeted.
The latest website for discovering, discussing and buying books is sponsored by some of the industry's leading publishers.
The Federal Trade Commission is offering recommendations for companies in the expanding mobile industry like Amazon.com and Apple Inc. on how to protect users' privacy.
A new guide that reveals how readers might survive President Obama's health-care reform — its costs, as well as its medical care cuts — has surged on Barnes & Noble's best-seller books list to No. 4, with more than 100,000 copies sold.
Self-published star Colleen Hoover has signed with Atria Books for her latest best seller, "Hopeless."
Once upon a time, or so it seemed, a printer was utterly vital to the operation of a home computer. You could hardly have a PC without an "output device."
For the stock market, this week hasn't been the most wonderful time of year.
Only four days remain for Hanukkah, which ends on the evening of Dec. 16. After that, it's only nine days until Christmas (except for many Orthodox Christians, who will celebrate on Jan. 7). Kwanzaa begins Dec. 26.
NEW YORK | Exxon says the energy renaissance in the U.S. will continue and predicts that North America will become a net exporter of oil and gas by the middle of the next decade.
Massachusetts retailers are hailing a deal reached between online seller Amazon.com and state officials to begin collecting the state's 6.25 percent sales tax from Bay State residents who order items through the website.