PHILIPPINE SEA (Nov. 16, 2007) American and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Forces (JMSDF) ships transit in formation at the end of ANNUALEX 19G, the maritime component of the U.S.-Japan exercise Keen Sword 08. The exercise is designed to...Show More Summary
by Kirsten Andersen MOUND HOUSE, NV, December 10, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Prostitutes at Nevada’s Moonlight Bunny Ranch brothel appear to be among the few remaining Americans still excited about Obamacare. After the disastrous rollout of the president’s signature health care legislation, the law’s…
While many Americans were uninsured, others were being forced to undergo a series of unnecessary tests that hurt both them and the medical system; the creator of the TV program “The Wire” calls America a “horror show”; and, despite what many believe, technology will not save us from the apocalypse. Show More Summary
While much has been said about the benefits of Bernanke's wealth effect to the asset-owning "10%", just as much has been said about the ever deteriorating plight of the remaining debt-owning 90%, who are forced to resort to labor toShow More Summary
then changes her mind on the American Studies Association boycott resolution, perhaps for other reasons. But the entire situation is worth reviewing, given that BDS supporters are constantly claiming that pro-Israel forces are the ones doing the harassing, vilification, etc. Show More Summary
American presidents should avoid shaking the hand of dictators, especially those that have American blood on theirs. One example of many: Raul Castro was Minister of Defense in 1996 when Cuban Air Force Mig's, cold-bloodedly and over international airspace destroyed two civilian U.S. Show More Summary
Virginia Cavalry FC, an expansion club in the second-division North American Soccer League, has delayed its launch until 2015. The team was scheduled to begin play this spring, but stadium issues forced the organization last week to abandon the 2014 timetable. “This was a difficult decision, but we owe it to our fans and our […]
The U.S. labor force has been shrinking rapidly in recent years. Back in 2007, some 66 percent of working-age Americans had a job or were actively seeking one. That shrunk to 64 percent by the end of 2011. Today, it's down to 63 … Continue reading ?
25 million Americans have served in the U.S. armed forces, and you just need to look online or watch TV to see how advertisers are increasingly pursuing them. However, most companies don't understand the veteran market segment opportunity and fewer understand their target insight. Show More Summary
December 9, 1775 - American forces win the Battle of Great Bridge. As tensions in Virginia increased in early 1775, both Patriot and British leaders began mustering forces. After raiding... Read Full Post
In 25 states where governors have refused to expand Medicaid, many health care consumers are having a difficult time getting coverage. Navigators are forced to tell more and more people that they probably won’t be able to get covered because their state, all of which had a GOP-controlled legislative chamber or governor, have refused to […]
by Elise Hilton Increasingly, Americans who adhere to a religion are told they cannot “force their beliefs” on others. Simply stating publicly that one doesn’t believe gays have the right to marry can cost you your career. Literally hundreds of lawsuits are now in motion against the government because…
Washington Times columnist Robert Knight falsely claimed that a lawsuit of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is an assault on religion that is trying to "force Catholic hospitals to perform abortions." In fact, if the complaint...Show More Summary
2 Chainz and Pusha T, who appear on each other's 2013 albums, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time and My Name Is My Name, respectively, will be joining forces for a 2014 North American tour. R&B singer August Alsina opens on...
Saturday is the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the surprise strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy, which left more than 2,400 Americans dead and forced the United States to enter World War II. This is how the SpaghettiOs...Show More Summary
Universal Newsreel clip via the Internet Archives No really. It's almost a badge of American honor on Thursday. 80 years ago today, Congress repealed Prohibition, a 13-year experiment in forced temperance, and made the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic drinks legal with the adoption of the 21st Amendment on Dec. 5, 1933.
Doug Bandow The longest war in American history drags on, with Washington a captive of purposeless inertia. The Obama administration should bring all U.S. forces home from Afghanistan and turn the conflict over to the Afghans. AfterShow More Summary
As Western fighters--both American and British--join the ranks against Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian civil war, the growing emphasis on Sharia law and Islamism stands to turn opposition forces into "a new breed of terrorists." According...Show More Summary
In the fall, the shutdown of the U.S. federal government forced the 44th American President to cancel a series of trips abroad, at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Bali, in the absence of Barack Obama, China's President...Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle named "American Hustle," a film about 1970s con artists forced to work with the FBI, as best film of 2013 on Tuesday and gave its top acting prizes to Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett in the first major...Show More Summary