Saturday, August 31, 2013


Aug 31, 2013 05:50 am  

By Terence P. Jeffrey 
The Chicago Public Schools this year are mandating that the district’s kindergarten classes include sex education, fulfilling a proposal President Barack Obama supported in 2003 when he served in the Illinois state senate and later defended when he ran for president in the 2008 election cycle.
Obama: Sex Ed for Kindergartners ‘Is the Right Thing to Do’

Aug 31, 2013 05:48 am  

By Todd Starnes 
For as far back as anyone can remember, Missouri Baptists have gathered on river banks for Sunday afternoon baptisms.
Feds Forced Churches to Get Baptism Permits

Aug 31, 2013 05:46 am  

By Associated Press 
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that White House visitor logs for the president and most of his staff are not public information subject to disclosure requirements of the Freedom of Information Act.

Aug 31, 2013 05:44 am  

By Bill Gertz 
The U.S. military, struggling after defense cuts of tens of billions of dollars, will be unable to pay for attacks on Syria from current operating funds and must seek additional money from Congress, according to congressional aides.

Aug 31, 2013 05:20 am  

By Randy DeSoto 
Sen. Mark Begich stated this week at an Anchorage town hall that Obamacare would not be repealed.

Aug 31, 2013 05:19 am  

By Bob Unruh 
Four children, ages 7 to 14, have been forcibly taken from their Darmstadt, Germany, home by police armed with a battering ram, and their parents have been told they won’t see them again soon, all over the issue of homeschooling, according to a stunning new report from the Home School Legal Defense Association.


Aug 31, 2013 05:17 am  

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will officiate at a same-sex wedding this weekend in what is believed to be a first for a member of the nation's highest court.
Justice Ginsburg to Officiate at Same-Sex Wedding

Aug 31, 2013 05:13 am  

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas 
Within three years of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown that was triggered by a tsunami in Japan in March 2011, the radioactive ocean plume resulting from the disaster will reach the shores of the United States, researchers say.
Ocean Plume from Japan Nuke Disaster Will Reach U.S. by 2014

Aug 31, 2013 05:10 am  

By Tom Blumer 
Those who are wondering why Al Gore chose to publicly resurface in a Washington Post interview last Thursday with that paper’s ever-pliable Journalist founder Ezra Klein only need to look in three places.

Aug 31, 2013 05:08 am  

By Liz Klimas 
In response to what some consider over-reaching surveillance programs conducted by U.S. intelligence agencies, which have been shown to collect thousands of communications with no terror connection, a group decrying the privacy implications of these programs is turning the tables on the president.
Turning the Tables? Group Challenges Domestic Surveillance by Tracking Obama

Aug 31, 2013 05:07 am  

By Jed Graham 
Here's something worth paying attention to this Labor Day: The workweek in low-wage industries has fallen back to the historic lows seen at the depths of the recession.
ObamaCare Cuts Low-Wage Workweek Near Record Low

Aug 31, 2013 05:04 am  

By Jim Angle 
The new health care law promises all sorts of free benefits -- but analysts argue nothing is ultimately free, and ObamaCare is no exception.
‘Free’ Benefits in ObamaCare Come with Hidden Costs

Aug 31, 2013 05:02 am  

A congressman and his wife have reunited two-year-old twin girls who were living in separate homes by adopting them into their own family.
‘The Bond Between Them is Amazing’: Congressman and his Wife Reunite Two-Year-Old Twin Girls who were Separated at Birth by Adopting Them

Aug 31, 2013 05:00 am  

By Rory Carroll 
Technology firms want to be allowed to publish information about US government requests under the FISA legislation.
Microsoft and Google to Sue Over US Surveillance Requests

Aug 31, 2013 04:56 am  

By Adam Gabbatt 
Poster to promote new 'charcoal donut' featured Thailand chief executive's daughter in 'blackface' make-up.
Dunkin’ Donuts Apologises for ‘Bizarre and Racist’ Thai Advert

Aug 31, 2013 04:53 am  

By Jeff Poor  
On Laura Ingraham’s Friday radio show, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said that if Speaker of the House John Boehner passed an immigration reform bill similar to the Gang of Eight’s, it would be “final things he did as speaker.”

Aug 31, 2013 04:51 am  

By News Editor 
Social media helped American intelligence officials determine that Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime carried out a deadly nerve gas attack on its citizens earlier this month, top White House aides said Friday, but some members of Congress remain wary of the U.S. launching a retaliatory strike.
White House: Social Media Helped Prove Chemical Attack in Syria

Aug 30, 2013 01:59 pm  

By News Editor 
A substantial earthquake hit near Adak, Alaska this morning.
7.0 Earthquake Strikes Near Adak, Alaska


John Kerry praises French, snubs British on Syria

In this citizen journalism image provided by Edlib News Network, ENN, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, Syrians search under rubble to rescue people from houses that were destroyed by a Syrian government warplane, in Idlib province, northern Syria, Friday, Aug. 30, 2013. (AP Photo/Edlib News Network ENN)
In laying out the case for military strikes on Syria, ... more

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