A Virginia man who wrote an abbreviated version of the Fourth Amendment on his body and stripped to his shorts at an airport security screening area won a trial Friday in his lawsuit seeking $250,000 in damages for being detained on a disorderly conduct charge. Read Thew Full Story
In the week leading up to the Super Bowl what better way for the President to keep himself on the front pages of the MSM and as the lead story on your local news than by proposing to turn college football into a game of two-hand touch or flag.
Thankfully, however, if in fact the President did do something along these lines with an EO we would still have full contact lingerie football to watch!
And while this Executive Order has not yet been written or even proposed one can only imagine, based on the President's response to a question from New Republic writer Chris Hughes (provided below), that it wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility for him to do it sometime in the future if it were legally possible and politically expedient to do so! Read The Full Story
My guess is that 2013 and 2014 are going to be big up year for the precious metals, but we still have to contend with the central planners and the various government policies, which have been actively trying to keep the gold and silver prices from reaching fair value. The central planners are losing the war. They may win an occasional battle or two, but they’re losing the war, and eventually gold and silver are going to go higher. Read The Full Story
US pop legend Tina Turner, who has been living in Switzerland since 1995, will soon receive Swiss citizenship and will give up her US passport, Swiss media reported Friday.
"I'm very happy in Switzerland and I feel at home here. ... I cannot imagine a better place to live," Turner told German language daily Blick.
Turner, 73, who was born Anna Mae Bullock, lives in picturesque town of Kuesnacht, on the shores of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland, and has passed a local civics test and interview, according to an official announcement published in the Zuerichsee-Zeitung daily. Read the Full Story
Human rights activists are turning to Google Earth to identify the vast network of prison camps that dot the North Korean countryside and hold as many as 200,000 people deemed hostile to the regime.