The wrong instrument to keep Sharia law from being used in the United States.
As demonstrated by the legal battle blocking power lines to wind farms in Kansas, environmental groups are increasingly against all forms of energy production.
We asked if the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation kept a list of politically connected banks, and if they gave them special consideration as per the OneUnited matter.
Responding to PJM, the Federal Deposit Insurance Company denies the allegations raised in a recent Washington Post story. But they have not yet responded to the Post directly.
Reps Darrell Issa and Aaron Schock send a letter to Earl Devaney, head of stimulus accountability, about government agencies failing to supply the sought data.
Obama touts his stimulus success at a sign company getting very few government contracts, a fitting backdrop for further investigation into the propaganda road signs.
They are over and done with the topic of James J. Lee, despite the mounting number of attacks committed in the name of environmentalism.
A string of arson fires and material found during an arrest point to "animal rights" groups now being willing to kill for their goals.
The Department of Transportation did require the signs on stimulus projects ... at least until Rep. Darrell Issa and PJM pointed it out.
Rep. Darrell Issa discusses the IG's report on the "Recovery Act" signs, which Issa claims are "overtly political ... if not illegal."
An MSM outlet picks up on the story of stimulus waste and misallocation after it appears on the House floor.
Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill) dubs Obama's roadside signs "the height of narcissism." Though one suspects that with the current administration, that's the one area where there's seemingly endless — if unsustainable — growth still possible.
Is the government illegally requiring states to spend up to $10,000 for each road sign advertising stimulus projects? Why do private firms claim a sign should cost significantly less?
After a day of blogospherical derision, PayPal relented and agreed that Atlas Shrugs is not a "hate site."
The "precautionary principle" sounds reasonable on first glance. The effect of adopting it, however, is paralysis.
Prescribed fires are necessary to preserve a prairie ecosystem, but the smoke causes regulatory problems for cities downwind. It's the EPA versus nature.
So what is the VAT anyway? Will it really resolve the deficit?
How environmentalists stopped a new power plant — losing jobs and hurting the local population — without improving the environment.