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NAR weighs next steps in combating net neutrality repeal

On Dec. 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to undo protections surrounding net neutrality, or the free and open internet. The decision is likely to have serious ramifications for all American internet users and internet-based businesses (including real estate websites). Show More Summary

Deep State & The FBI – Federal Blackmail Investigation

Authored by Finian Cunningham via The Strategic Culture Foundation, It’s hilariously naive how mainstream American news media feign an air of disdain concerning accusations of impropriety by the Federal Bureau of Investigation during...Show More Summary

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology and Wiley announce publishing partners

(Wiley) John Wiley and Sons Inc. (NYSE:JWA) (NYSE:JWB), in partnership with the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), is pleased to announce a new peer-reviewed, open access journal, FASEB BioAdvances.

Why Are The Taxpayer-Funded Salaries Of A Quarter-Million Federal Employees, A State Secret?

Authored by Andrew Andrzejewski, op-ed via FoxNews.com, Why is the U.S. government withholding salary information on nearly 255,000 employees whose salaries are paid for by American taxpayers? Over the past 11 years, our organization,...Show More Summary

Abortionist Calls Pro-Life People the “American Taliban.” Says They’re “Bullies Who Need to be Bridled”

Merle Hoffman, the woman that Forbes dubbed the “Millionaire Abortionist,” told a federal court in New York that, “Women know what abortion is,” when she testified on February 15 against a group of pro-life Christian sidewalk counselors. The life advocates, ten of whom are members of Church@TheRock in Brooklyn, have been slapped with a federal […]

Life-Saving Federal HIV Drug Pricing Program Is Under Attack

A life-saving HIV drug program—that millions of Americans have depended on for some 25 years—is currently under attack by members of Congress.

Don't Feed the Russian Troll Hysteria: New at Reason

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According to a federal indictment unveiled on Friday, Russians who pretended to be Americans while participating in online political discourse during the last few years committed a bunch of felonies. Whether they accomplished anything...Show More Summary

“DOJ & FEC Complaints Filed Against President Trump, His Campaign & American Media Inc. for Illegal, Unreported $150K Coordinated Expenditure to Former Playboy Playmate”

Release: Today, Common Cause filed complaints with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging reason to believe that American Media, Inc.’s August 2016 payment of $150,000 to former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, to buy and bury her … Continue reading ?

Is China Really Threatening America with Nuclear Weapons?

Asia Times Security, Asia Disarmament critics slam Trump’s new expansionist nuclear policy. China, according to the Federation of American Scientists, has 270 warheads in its nuclear arsenal. The Washington-based research group’s estimate has never been challenged by the Pentagon. Show More Summary

Ensuring Every LGBT American Is Safe From Discrimination, From Provo to Paducah

Former GOP activist Jimmy LaSalvia was ecstatic when his Kentucky city enacted LGBT protections. Now he wants movement on a federal law.

Monday Links!

This list o' links brought to you by purses.Recommended Reading:Jeanne Marie Laskas at GQ: [Content Note: Guns] Inside the Federal Bureau of Way Too Many GunsR. O. Kwon at BuzzFeed: I'm Korean American, and I Can't Watch the Pyeongchang...Show More Summary

"Mueller’s unprecedented prosecution raises three novel arguments: first, that speaking out about American politics requires a foreign citizen to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act..."

"... second, that speaking out about American politics requires a foreign citizen list their source and expenditure of funding to the Federal Election Commission; and third, that mistakes on visa applications constitute 'fraud' on the State Department. Show More Summary

America: A Military Nation

Authored by Jacob Hornberger via The Future of Freedom Foundation, Americans like to think of their country as different from those run by military regimes. They are only fooling themselves. Ever since the federal government was converted...Show More Summary

3 of 4 kids who've died from flu this year weren't vaccinated, say federal doctors

Of the 63 American children killed by the flu virus so far this season, just 13 had been vaccinated.  Top government doctors — including the Surgeon General, Secretary of Health and Human Services, and acting head of the Centers of Disease...Show More Summary

Most Americans can buy an AR-15 rifle before they can buy beer

Federal law has stricter age requirements for buying handguns than for the military-style rifles that have become the weapon of choice for mass shootings. With some exceptions, Americans must be 21 to buy a handgun from a licensed dealer.

West Virginia teachers are on the brink of their first statewide strike in nearly 30 years

West Virginia teachers could stage a statewide strike for the first time in nearly 30 years. This week, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT)-West Virginia and West Virginia Education Association announced that teachers authorized a statewide strike. Teachers said they want better salaries and benefits. Vacancies and issues with the state’s insurance provider are also […]

A federal court’s message to President Trump: Shut up!

“I wish Donald Trump would just shut up!” It’s a sentiment shared by a lot of Americans, especially those who follow the president on Twitter. But on Thursday this understandable sentiment was dressed up as a conclusion of law by a federal appeals court. In concluding that the third iteration of...

US recognises six Virginia Native tribes after decades-long fight

Six Native American tribes in the US state of Virginia have been granted full federal recognition after a nearly twenty-year-long legal battle.

How Trump's budget would cut the safety net for the poorest Americans

The president is also proposing work requirements for several federal programs including housing subsidies and Medicaid. Donald Trump’s budget proposal, unveiled on Monday, revived his calls for big cuts to domestic programs that benefit...Show More Summary

Trump's Budget Hits Poor Americans the Hardest

President Trump proposed a budget Monday that hits the poorest Americans the hardest, slashing billions of dollars in food stamps, health insurance and federal housing subsidies while pushing legislation to institute broad work requirements...Show More Summary

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