To all of you college grads who have had to revert back to your childhood bedrooms—complete with pastel walls, action figures and middle school awards adorning the walls—Bloomberg Businessweek feels your pain and wants to offer you a gift to help you on your way.
Perhaps the recent corruption that has descended upon Washington can teach young Americans an important lesson: big government inspires the abuse of power.
President Barack Obama’s proposed media shield law wouldn’t actually shield the media for government overreach and abuse. The law is really more a show of good faith than an aggressive attempt to protect the nation’s reporters, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney essentially admitted Wednesday.
Though his administration has been rocked by scandals in 2013, President Obama is still planning to vacation this summer and is slated to spend his weekends this summer in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts for an extended vacation with his family.
Senate farm bill amendment bans murderers, rapists and pedophiles from enrolling in food stamp program
Even though convicted murderers, rapists and pedophiles still have the right to vote in some places, they will no longer be able to qualify for food stamps thanks to a new amendment in the Senate’s farm bill.
MSNBC’s Al Sharpton convinced Benghazi, IRS scandals are overhyped by GOPers who can’t “scandal the truth”
Someone please give The Rev. Al Sharpton a debriefing on the events of the past few weeks, where employees at the Internal Revenue Service and State Department admitted to partaking in their respective scandals, because he’s still convinced that both controversies are just being overhyped by Republicans who aren’t able to “scandal the truth.”
A teacher at North Marion High School in Florida was suspended for three days without pay after allegedly touching a female student inappropriately with a banana, according to Ocala.com.