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Ted Cruz: My First Act As President Will Be To Undo Obama’s Unconstitutional Executive Orders
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tells Breitbart News that if he’s elected President, one of his first actions will be to undo all of President Barack Obama’s unconstitutional executive orders
SCLC Director Calls On Black Families To Arm Themselves
The Rev. Samuel Mosteller, photographed at a 2013 rally at the Georgia State Capitol, on Tuesday advocated African-American families arm themselves in response to recent police shootings of unarmed black men
Brown Orders California's First Mandatory Water Restrictions
Gov. Jerry Brown, standing on a patch of brown grass in the Sierra Nevada that is usually covered with several feet of snow at this time of year, on Wednesday announced the first mandatory water restrictions in California history.
Los Angeles Times
Arkansas Governor Sends Religion Bill Back For Rewrite
Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday rejected a religion bill he had said he would sign into law, reversing course after a firestorm of criticism assailing such legislation as discriminating against gays and lesbian
US To Promise Up To 28 Percent Emissions Cut For Global Climate Treaty
The US will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House's plans.
Iran Nuclear Negotiators Miss Crucial Deadline
The extremely tense talks ran past a self-imposed deadline Tuesday as world leaders sought to limit Iran's nuclear capacity.
Scientists Say New Study Is A ‘Death Blow’ To Global Warming Hysteria
A new study out of Germany casts further doubt on the so-called global warming “consensus” by suggesting the atmosphere may be less sensitive to increases in carbon dioxide emissions than most scientists think.
Rise of the Food Police
House Dem Calls For Tax On Sugary Drinks
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) has introduced legislation to tax caloric sweeteners in beverages as a means of reducing obesity and other health conditions among Americans
Obama Commutes Sentences Of 22 People In Federal Prison
President Obama on Tuesday shortened the prison sentences of nearly two dozen drug convicts, including some given life in prison for their crimes.
Obama Administration’s New Spending Website Rolls Back Transparency
A redesign of a transparency website that provides information on federal spending by the Obama administration now makes it much more difficult to see how taxpayer dollars are spent.
Laura Ingraham Launching News Site
Laura Ingraham, the conservative radio host and Fox News contributor, is planning to launch a new conservative news and opinion website, sources with knowledge of her plans told the On Media blog on Tuesday.
New Justice Dept. Policy Allows Authorities To Seize Suspicious Bank Accounts
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has crafted a new policy that would allow government officials to seize bank accounts involved in financial structuring schemes prior to filing criminal charges against the individuals who own those accounts.
The MSNBC Ratings Keep Getting Worse
In both daytime and prime time, MSNBC endured its lowest quarterly demo numbers in a decade, and its total viewership since the final quarter of 2007
Sales Tax Will Hit 10% in Some Bay Area Cities April 1
Sales tax rates are going up in parts of California on Wednesday and will, for the first time, hit double digits in some Northern California cities.
San Francisco Chronicle
Republicans See Obama As More Threat Than Putin
A third of Republicans believe President Barack Obama poses an imminent threat to the United States, outranking concerns about Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Bill Clinton: 'House of Cards' Accurately Reflects DC Politics
Former President Bill Clinton believes that 99 percent of the time the fictional portrayal of the Washington, D.C., in "House of Cards" is an accurate reflection of reality
Monica Lewinsky – Consensual Adult or Victim?
Looking back on the sex scandal that led to Clinton’s impeachment nearly 20 years ago, do Americans consider her a victim or a willing accomplice?
Ohio Judge: There Will Be No Mentioning Of The Constitution Here
Today in a pre-trial hearing, an Ohio judge casually agreed with a motion filed by a prosecutor asking to ban a defendant from bringing up the United States Constitution or the constitutionality of the law under which he is charged with a crime.
Michelle O 'Healthy' Lunches Fed To Pigs
New Mexico’s Galloping Grace Youth Ranch is accepting fruits and vegetables thrown away by students at several elementary schools in the Rio Rancho area and collects some five tons per week.
John Lennon's Ex-Wife, Cynthia Lennon, Dead at 75
Cynthia Lennon, the late John Lennon's wife from 1962-1968, has died at age 75 from cancer. According to a rep, her sole child with the former Beatle -- Julian Lennon -- was with her at the time of her death
Los Angeles Tops Worst Cities For Traffic
L.A. drivers spend an additional 92 hours in traffic each year. During the peak rush hour there is 80% congestion, according to the index.
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @ 48%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 48% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 50% disapprove
Render Unto Obama
Work Jan. 1 Through April 24 -- Just to Pay Taxes
Tax Freedom Day will arrive this year on April 24 - 114 days into the year - according to a report from the Tax Foundation.
Smartphone Users Tracked by Apps Every 3 Minutes
Using a smartphone can mean revealing your whereabouts nearly all the time, according to new research performed by computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University.
Science Proves the Healing Power of Prayer
Now, more and more medical research from leading hospitals and universities across the U.S. has shown conclusively a belief in God is good for you, making you healthier and happier
Heading To National Parks? Get Ready To Pay More $$
After a six-year moratorium, the federal government is increasing the price of admission at some of its public lands and raising the fees charged for camping, boating, cave tours and other activities
Bionic Ants Could Be Tomorrow's Factory Workers
Robotic ants the size of a human hand that work together could be the future of factory production systems.
Powerful 3D-Printed Rifle Fires NATO Rounds
A group of gunsmiths just 3D printed a bigger, better caliber rifle. PrintedFirearm.com , a website devoted to 3D printing of guns, announced that one of its members successfully developed a lower receiver for a Colt CM901 rifle.
The Full Monty?
Assisted Living Facility Bares All For Calendar
The stars of a charity calendar are in their 80s and 90s, but that didn't stop the men and women from an assisted living facility in Ohio from showing a little skin.
World's Oldest Known Person Dies At 117
The world’s oldest person, Misao Okawa of Japan, has died a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday.
100-Year-Old Car Salesman Still Working Six Days A Week
Derrell Alexander, who started his career as a salesman when gas was 17 cents per gallon, celebrated his 100th birthday last week at Whites Mountain Chevrolet in Casper, where he still works six days a week