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U.S. courts look ahead to Trump as Obama cases fizzle

President Barack Obama’s legal defense of some key initiatives including his signature healthcare law is collapsing as courts put cases on hold until after President-elect Donald Trump, hostile to the policies, assumes office on Jan. 20. The pending conservative legal challenges could undo important elements of Obama’s presidential legacy if Trump, as expected, opts not

GUN CONTROL: Failing In Other Countries As Well

We received the following press release via email from Fabricio Rebelo, Bachelor of Law, a researcher in public safety for the Movimento Viva Brazil NGO. Brazilian Disarmament: An Undisputed FailureThe public security field should be immune to ideological experiments, because it’s subjects are individuals, the citizens who make up the population of a country. Thus,

How The Antis Are Planning To Push Gun Control In Virginia

AmmoLand Covington VA –-( FIRST – ARE YOU A MENTAL-HEALTH PROFESSIONAL? If so, VCDL is putting together a special committee to monitor mental-health bills that will be coming up in the General Assembly in January. We need mental-health professionals to read all of the mental-health bills that get introduced and to tell VCDL leadership if

Scott Walker: Obama’s broken promises

The reviews of Rep. Paul Ryan’s acceptance speech for the Republican vice presidential nomination are in, and it’s being cited as a success. Is there any wonder that the Obama campaign staffers and surrogates are in full-blown damage control mode, screaming that Paul was unfair in some of his criticisms of President Barack Obama? You’ve

CDC: West Nile “Worst U.S. Has Ever Seen

With the U.S. Center for Disease Control now confirming over 1,000 cases of the deadly West Nile virus, officials and health department workers from Houston toPhiladelphia are scrambling to control the outbreak. The CDC Reports: 47 states have reported West Nile virus infections in people, birds, or mosquitoes. A total of 1118 cases of West

Siemens Security Flaw? U.S. Government Investigates Claims Of Insecure Networking Equipment

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BOSTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government is looking into claims by a cyber security researcher that flaws in software for specialized networking equipment from Siemens could enable hackers to attack power plants and other critical systems. Justin W. Clarke, an expert in securing industrial control systems, disclosed at a conference in Los Angeles on Friday

Soros reveals stake in Manchester United

The man who broke the Bank of England has taken a piece of Manchester United. Hedge fund titan George Soros‘s investment firm revealed a stake Monday in Manchester United (MANU), the British soccer team that debuted on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this month. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission,