The Supreme Court struck a blow for the 10th Amendment Monday in a ruling that struck down a federal law barring states from allowing residents to bet on sporting events.
Primary elections across the country May 8 kept political junkies up to the wee hours following returns. The bottom line? The President did just fine, using his political capital fairly effectively. But for progressives, the primaries were a night to forget.
Facebook has faced an enormous amount of criticism for the cavalier way in which it allowed third parties to access users’ personal data. But the company also has an internal data security problem that’s more than a little creepy:
Facebook said it fired a security engineer accused of using his company position to stalk women.
We’ve written before about Dick’s Sporting Goods decision to destroy their inventory of AR-15 rifles, rather than return them to the manufacturer, in addition to their policy banning sales to anyone under the age of 21.
We said Dick’s was perfectly free to make such a move, but should not be surprised if it creates a reaction. Now it has.
Governments love collecting data on you. Some of it is necessary -- say, in order to receive federal benefits. But other types of data collection veer into violations of privacy -- not to mention piracy.
The pushback against the anti-gun forces is underway. Hornady, a family-run ammunition manufacturer said it will no longer do business with New York government agencies in response to Gov.
The federal government's age-old war on common sense, and the English language, continues to find new ways to horrify and disgust. Consider the nearby video. It tells the story of a dairy farmer who wants to sell natural skim milk to his customers -- no additives, just skim milk.