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By Sasha Goldstein The FBI cleared an Oklahoma sheriff’s deputy of violating a suspect’s civil rights in the case of a Tulsa County reserve deputy fatally shooting an unarmed man after the volunteer grabbed his revolver instead of his stun … Continue reading
By Tara Culp-Ressler The Oklahoma-based crafts store Hobby Lobby has won a temporary injunction against Obamacare’s birth control requirement, allowing the for-profit company to withhold contraceptive coverage from its 13,000 employees. Hobby Lobby will be exempted from that rule under … Continue reading
A tearful apology, and then she votes in favor of her own reprimand. It’s more than what Marilyn Davenport has done in California. However, it is not enough. As a public official there is an inherited responsibility that comes with the … Continue reading
Honestly, how do these people get elected? Sally Kern: Minorities Earn Less Because They Don’t Work As Hard.
Bill Quigley writes a piece that provides us all with a picture of what the situation on the ground is and just how much aid to Haiti is needed. My position on this is and has been crystal clear, the people of … Continue reading