December 5 - The New York City Police Department is
taking aim at owners of certain shotguns and rifles, telling
them all long guns with more than a five-round capacity must
be turned in, altered or taken out of town. The first option
for the letter's recipient is to, "Immediately surrender your
Rifle and/or Shotgun to your local...
December 4 - Professor Turley, the constitution, the
system of separated powers is not simply about stopping one
branch of government from usurping another. It's about
protecting the liberty of Americans from the dangers of
concentrated government power. How does the president's
unilateral modification of act of Congress...
December 4 - Pope Francis is undergoing a popularity
surge comparable to the way Barack Obama was greeted by the
world in 2008. And just as President Obama has been a
disappointment for America, Pope Francis will prove a disaster
for the Catholic Church. My fellow Catholics should be
suspicious when bastions of...
December 3 - A television commercial submitted to air
during the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII has been rejected
because the National Football League considers it too
controversial and says it violates the NFL's rules for its
advertisers. The commercial depicts a military veteran with
his wife and newborn child. In the voice over...
December 5 - A ruling is expected this week in the case
of the Colorado baker who refused to sell a wedding cake to a
gay couple because of his Christian faith. The couple is
pursuing a discrimination suit against Masterpiece Cakeshop
owner Jack Phillips for declining to make wedding cakes for
December 4 - A stunning new poll of young adults aged
18 to 29 shows that in large numbers, they have turned against
President Obama and ObamaCare. Among the youngest in this
group, those aged 18-24, a full 52% support a recall effort
that would throw Obama out of office. The number is only a
little better among 18-29...
December 4 - According to a poll by CNN and ORC
International, opposition to gun control has risen 23 percent
since January. As a result, a majority of Americans no longer
support gun control. Released on December 4th, the poll shows
that 50 percent of Americans oppose more gun control. This is
up from 27 percent...
December 5 - John Dodson, the federal agent who blew
the whistle on the controversial "Fast and Furious" weapons
scheme, says he is still hanging onto his job — by a thread.
"It was such an atrocious program, it was so misguided,
idiotic, maybe even they can have a hard time justifying or
finding a reason to be able to terminate...
November 26 - The strongest evidence that perhaps
Israel is not overreacting to the Iran nuclear threat and the
inadequacies of the
deal signed in Geneva this week is the fact that many Arab
states are equally concerned. America's "rush" to cozy up to
Iran is "incomprehensible," said Saudi Ambassador to London...
November 26 - Israeli ministers this week were hotly
debating what to do about the European Union's rejection of an
Israeli proposal on how the Jewish state can participate in a
major upcoming research program without legitimizing the
dreaded "Jewish settlements." As part of its new anti-Jewish
settlement policy guidelines set to go...
November 27 -
The Israeli army on Wednesday wrapped up two days of massive
ground exercises simulating the invasion of the Gaza Strip and
the suppression of Hamas rocket fire. The exercises focused on
directing overwhelming firepower against the sources of
terrorist rocket fire, while at the same time advancing
November 27 - From war zones to city streets, some
military vehicles are getting a new life -- and not everyone
is happy about the recycling. The Defense Department
recently announced it would be giving domestic law
enforcement forces hulking vehicles designed to efficiently
maneuver in a war zone for use in thwarting any...
November 14 - Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie (D) has
signed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage. "Another universe
is about to change for all time," Abercrombie said before
signing the measure Wednesday. The state legislature passed
the marriage bill after the governor called a special session.
The measure goes into effect...
November 14 - A Rutgers University bus driver says he
lost his job for praying for a disabled student. The bus
company says Stan McNeil was given the option to resign
because of an unspecified safety violation, but McNeil said
the reason he was given was praying for the student. He claims
the company told him they didn't want...
November 14 - A report indicates that US President
Barack Obama has been easing sanctions on Iran for the past
five months without Congressional approval, and despite
the lack of any agreement over the Islamic regime's nuclear
weapons program. Sources in Congress revealed that Obama's
administration has been suspending...
November 14 - In a sit-down interview with The Brody
File, Sarah Palin says those who are offended by religious
displays during Christmas season are really offended be Jesus
himself. Palin says the real battle is with those who want to
remove God out of the public square completely.
November 14 - A children's book in one of the most
popular children's book series in the world, the Geronimo
Stilton series, literally wiped off Israel from the Middle
East map. Scholastic Publishing Company is the largest
children’s book publishing company in the world. It is based
in the United States.
November 13 -
Comedian Jackie Mason, who has made it known he thinks
President Obama is a lying “maniac,” is also unloading on
former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as an “empty-headed”
invention of the press who could actually be put on trial “as
a murderer” for her role in the Benghazi fiasco that left
November 14 - When a decades-old law banning
undetectable firearms expires less than a month from now,
federal agents say a plastic weapon created on a 3-D printer
could emerge as a national security threat. The homemade
plastic gun, known as the "Liberator .380" and made with a
computer blueprint, a 3-D printer and...
November 13 - A 65-year-old woman lost all of one arm
and part of the other after she was savagely attacked by her
family’s pit bull on Monday, police said. The woman,
identified as Anne Murray of 77 Range Road, is in stable
condition at Norwalk Hospital, police said. The dog was
wandering in the road when it attracted the attention...
November 13 - At Washington's Union Station, CBS News
watched two men with backpacks as they watched everyone else.
They are undercover behavior detection officers, trained to
pick out bad guys by looking for expressions of fear, anxiety
or deception. Since 2007, the Transportation Security
Administration has spent...
November 7 - Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood mocked
Obamacare during their opening act as hosts of ABC's Country
Music Awards on Wednesday. “I started signing up last
Thursday, and I’m almost done!” Underwood said before pulling
out a laptop to help Paisley — who said he had "twerked" his
back — sign up for...
November 5 - On Monday deposed Egyptian President
Mohammed Morsi was flown from his prison to stand trial for
high treason and other suspected crimes. During course of this
trial, alliances and connections could be revealed that
incriminate foreign powers, in particular the US, that
publicly claim to keep their hands clean...
November 6 - US Secretary of State John Kerry returned
to Israel on Wednesday amid local concerns that his boss,
President Barack Obama, intends to impose a peace settlement
on Israel and the Palestinians that ultimately serves American
interests. America has switched from a "third-party trying to
bring the two sides together...
November 7 - Illinois is poised to become the 15th
state to allow same-sex marriage. State lawmakers voted 61 to
54 Tuesday on a measure to allow gay couples to wed. The bill
now heads to Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn who has pledged to sign
it. The law will take effect in June. Meanwhile, a group of
Chicago-area pastors opposed to...
October 30 -
American Tactical Imports (ATI) is moving from New York
and its myriad gun control laws to gun-friendly South
Carolina. ATI is "an importer and distributor of domestic
firearms" and also does some manufacturing. ATI is the third
firearm company to make the decision to leave New York since
October 30 - Obama administration officials are now
publicly lobbying against a bill in the US Senate that would
double down on sanctioning Iran just as bilateral negotiations
have resumed between the two nations. Since the first round of
Geneva talks last month, the Obama administration has
asked Congress to pause any work...
October 30 - Israel on Tuesday night played out what
has become the all-too-frequent, gut-wrenching ritual of
freeing jailed Palestinian Arab terrorists "with blood on
their hands." These are men who have directly participated in
the brutal murder of Israeli men, women and children. These
are men who just a few short years ago Israel...
October 31 - Regional media reported on Thursday that
Israel was behind an aerial assault that completely destroyed
a Syrian air base along the country's Mediterranean coast
overnight. The strike, which reportedly came from the
direction of the sea, took out a Russian-made surface-to-air
missile battery and its supporting vehicles...
October 31 - Some Highway Patrol Officers in Tennessee
are swapping their patrol cars for big rigs. It's part of a
sting to catch people texting and driving. Officers say they
have a better chance of spotting violators because the
semi-trucks sit much higher. The trucks are marked and have
lights and sirens just like the...
October 31 - Sally Jewell. John Usher. Ring any bells?
Didn't think so. They're both nobodies - well, actually,
they're both Secretaries of the Interior. The difference is
when Usher travelled to Gettysburg, he went with his
President. When Jewell goes this November, she'll be the
headliner - her President is taking a pass. Obama will be a...
October 31 -
The number of unemployed in the 17-nation eurozone reached a
record high in September as the bloc's nascent recovery failed
to generate jobs, official data showed Thursday. The ranks of
the jobless swelled by 60,000 to a record 19.45 million,
according to Eurostat, the European Union's statistics agency.
October 30 - Homeland Security to purchase “riot
expansion kits” & 240,000 pepper spray projectiles as agency
prepares for domestic unrest. The Department of Homeland
Security is increasing its preparations for domestic unrest by
spending half a million dollars on fully automatic pepper
spray launchers and projectiles that...