Nicholas Waddy, Recently a rash of lawsuits have been filed by California municipalities targeting energy companies. The claim these lawsuits make is that these California communities face imminent adverse environmental impacts due to climate change, caused by energy producers, which will force them to spend billions on infrastructural projects to mitigate weather- and sea level-related
Robert Knight, I don’t know how everyone else is doing, but we’re ahead of the game in at least one category: watching Christmas movies. It beats fretting over the latest sex scandal, unconstitutional court rulings or whether Kim Jong-Un is having a bad enough day to fire off a nuclear missile. With less than a
Derek Hunter, Dear Mr. President, It’s been a while since I’ve written. But I feel like maybe there are some things the people around you aren’t telling you, so I thought I’d put them down here in the hope you’d read them. First, the media is freaking out over your tweets about Joe and Mika.
John Hawkins, The Comey hearings were always destined to be a Rorschach Test where each side saw what it wanted to see. That being said, reality doesn’t change because of partisan leanings and ultimately, Comey’s public comments turned out to be good for Trump. 1) Despite Multiple Anonymous Reports To The Contrary, Comey Did Tell Trump
Daniel Greenfield, The fires at the Southern Nevada Desert Torah Academy led to an Iranian Muslim. A suspect was arrested and faces arson and burglary charges after investigators said he lit a pair of fires at a Las Vegas synagogue Monday evening in a possible hate crime, according to authorities. Las Vegas Police arrested Afshin
Jake Gibson, Brooke Singman, U.S. officials have told airlines to “be prepared” for an expanded ban on carry-on electronic devices allowed on airplanes. Homeland Security spokesman David Lapan confirmed to reporters Tuesday that the administration is considering expanding the ban on laptops, which currently applies to U.S.-bound flights from eight countries in the Middle East
For nearly three years, Democrats and former President Barack Obama pointed to Kentucky as one of the Affordable Care Act’s biggest success stories. A poor, rural state that straddles the North and South, Kentucky was an early adopter of the healthcare law commonly known as Obamacare and saw one of the country’s largest drops in
House Republicans plan to vote Thursday on the latest version of the American Health Care Act – their answer to ObamaCare. The bill has gone through some changes since an earlier version was pulled from the floor in March in the face of flagging support. Here’s what’s the bill does: -Ends tax penalties, under the