White House Quietly Releases Plans For 3,415 Regulations
While Americans are focused on what delicious foods they’re going to eat for Thanksgiving, the White House is focused on releasing its massive regulatory agenda — marking the fifth time the Obama administration has released its regulatory road map on the eve of a major holiday.
Obamacare Gives Firms $3k Incentive To Hire Illegals Over Native-Born Workers
Under the president’s new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare.
Eligible For Benefits
Illegal Immigrants Qualified For Social Security, Medicare
Illegal immigrants who apply for work permits in the U.S. under President Obama’s new executive actions will be eligible for Social Security and Medicare, the White House says.
We, The Government
Arkansas, Mississippi Overturn Gay Marriage Bans
Arkansas and Mississippi became the latest two states Tuesday to have their voter approved gay marriage bans overturned by federal judges, but there are no rushes to the altar as both orders are on hold so the states can consider appeals.
13 Facts About Ferguson the Media Will Never Tell You
According to the media, this was the case of a white policeman shooting an unarmed black teenager with his hands in the air in a community plagued by racial tension. Not so...
Sean Hannity: Shame on NYT for Revealing Ferguson Cop's Home
The New York Times published information about the address of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson on Monday in a move that has generated controversy.
Parents Offended By 'Nutcracker' Christmas Tree
At Butler Elementary School, the PTA canceled a field trip to see “The Nutcracker” because there was a Christmas tree on the stage.
Justice Ginsburg Recovering After Heart Surgery
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a heart stent implanted Wednesday to clear a blocked coronary artery but was expected to be back at work for the start of next week
Poll: Americans Want Romney in the 2016 Race
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may be insisting that he does not want to make another run for the presidency, but Republican voters nationwide want him in the race, a new Quinnipiac University national poll reveals
Chuck Schumer: Passing Obamacare Was a Mistake
Democrats made a mistake by passing President Barack Obama’s health-care law in 2010 instead of focusing more directly on helping the middle class, third- ranking U.S. Senate Democrat Charles Schumer said
Atlanta Fire Chief Suspended Over Book Controversy
Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has been suspended without pay for one month because of authoring a religious book in which he describes homosexuality as a “sexual perversion” akin to bestiality and pederasty
Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Connecticut To Offer Driver's Licenses For Illegal Immigrants
Connecticut said on Wednesday that it will provide special driver's licenses for illegal immigrants starting next week to help stop them from driving the state's roads unregistered and uninsured
Nearly 1 in 5 Households Will Celebrate Thanksgiving on Food Stamps
Nearly one in five U.S. households will celebrate Thanksgiving on food stamps this year, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
EPA To Announce Stricter Smog Guidelines
The Environment Protection Agency will announce Wednesday a preferred range of 65-70 parts per billion to reduce the amount of smog pollution in the air.
Judge Greenlights Lawsuit Against Guest Worker Program
Now that a federal judge has allowed a lawsuit against the student guest-worker program that Obama expanded via executive action to proceed, the federal government will have to prove that there is actually a shortage of high-tech American workers to keep the program intact
Jihadist Camps Spreading Across Syria
Jihadist organisations in Iraq and in Syria are operating at least 46 military training camps, designed to indoctrinate and train recruits, an investigation has found.
Small Dairy Farmer Battles Florida Regulators Over 'Misleading' Milk Labels
State regulators took on a third generation family-owned dairy farm in one of Florida’s smallest counties and gave it an offer the owners had to refuse: call a natural milk item imitation milk or inject it with additives
Gallup: Obama Approval Plunges with Working-Class Whites to 27 Percent
A new Gallup poll finds that President Barack Obama´s approval rating with working-class white Americans has fallen to just 27 percent, a record-low for his presidency
US Military Urged To Allow Transgender Troops To Serve Openly
Retired military personnel are calling on the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines to change their lists of disqualifying conditions to allow transgender people to serve openly
God Bless Americans
Ferguson Bakery Destroyed By Rioting Gets $200k In Donations
Natalie DuBose has invested everything into her business. The windows and other materials that were needed for upcoming Thanksgiving orders were destroyed. However, Natalie says she can’t go anywhere and plans to remain in Ferguson
Backers Of Alaska Mine Win Court Battle With EPA
On-again, off-again plans for the world's largest gold and copper mine could be back on again, after a federal judge in Alaska issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from its ongoing efforts to bury the project.
Education or Indoctrination?
Boston, Philly Schools Endorse 'Meatless Monday' Campaign
The Philadelphia school district is the latest to jump on the anti-meat bandwagon. The city’s School Reform Commission – effectively the school board – passed a resolution ” in support of Meatless Monday,”
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @ 46%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 46% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 52% at least somewhat disapprove.
Teachers Union Boss Loses 40,000 Members, Gets A Raise
National Education Association president Dennis Van Roekel received a huge pay raise this year while the teachers union lost more than 40,000 members.
Report: Immigration Amnesty Will Cost American Taxpayers $2 TRILLION
The president’s immigration amnesty will cost $2 trillion—about $40 billion a year—over the next 50 years, the Heritage Foundation projects.
E-Cigarette Boom Sparks Race For New Patents
Electronic cigarette makers are racing to design and buy variations of a technology that has lit a billion-dollar boom, created a new vocabulary, and prompted a backlash from health officials
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Seattle To Vote On Funding Internet Access At Homeless Camps
The Seattle City Council was expected to vote Monday on a measure that would fund Internet access at the city's homeless camps.
Woman Saying She's 'Ready For Ferguson' Shoots, Kills Self By Accident
St. Louis police were investigating an incident in which a woman waving a gun inside a vehicle and saying she was "ready for Ferguson" apparently shot herself in the head by accident
Talking Points Memo
IRS Workers Are Again Getting A Bonus
Commissioner John Koskinen informed IRS employees in an email that they'll get a bonus next March of 1 percent of their base salary. The performance awards go to most employees.
Just Three Cups of Coffee A Day Could Slash Risk of Alzheimer's
Scientists have discovered a link between regular daily intake of the hot drink and a reduction of up to 20 per cent of the chances of developing dementia.
Grizzlies Tracking Hunters For Prey, GPS Study Shows
Eight Montana grizzly bears have been outfitted with GPS trackers in an ongoing study that could bring some unnerving news to hunters.
San Fran Surges Past L.A. As Home To 'Ultra Rich'
San Francisco saw its "ultra-rich" population jump 12% this year, pushing it past Los Angeles as the California home to those worth $30 million or more, a survey said.
Los Angeles Tmes
Future Gold Rush: Asteroid Mining New Frontier
Asteroid mining is the future and two companies have already signed contracts with Deep Space Industries and Planetary Resources with the intent of pursuing the project.
Barbie No Longer No. 1 Toy After 11-Year Reign
For the first time in more than a decade Barbie has been frozen out of the top spot on the holiday wish lists of girls.
Frenchman Develops Pills To Make Flatulence Smell Of Roses
A Frenchman has developed a range of pills aimed at making people’s flatulence smell sweeter - of chocolate or of roses - which he says will make the perfect Christmas present.
Hiker Photographed Bear Before It Killed Him
Police in West Milford have released five photos taken by 22-year-old Darsh Patel before he was killed by the 300-pound black bear while hiking with four friends in the Apshawa Preserve
Brain Tapeworm Caused Man's Four-Year Headache
The tapeworm was nearly 4 inches long and had traveled from one hemisphere of a man’s brain to the other.
Los Angeles Times