Tag Archives: States
‘We Are Trending Toward Progressive Hell’: Blaze Readers React to Judge Ruling Justina Pelletier to Remain in State’s Custody
“Take her to the Cleveland Clinic or Johns Hopkins. There apparently isn’t a teaspoon of sense in New England.”
For one it means it will be a nightmare to go anywhere, for others it means hours and hours of fun in the snow. …
In his most recent newsletter, Philip Nitschke, Australia’s Dr Death, claims to have found a way to import suicide kits into the United States, starting in January 2014, under the cover of his Max Dog Brewing kit. Nitschke admitted that his Max Dog Brewing kits are in fact Suicide kits that he sends to people who […]…
“…I guess we’ll call it an Ice Friday.”
Obamacare will entangle taxpayer funds in abortion coverage offered on state and federal exchanges and could force many Americans to unwittingly pay a surcharge for elective abortion. This system could potentially place many Americans in an unwanted and unnecessary dilemma, forced to choose between violating their values by directly subsidizing abo…
A group of 16 states have filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court this week that encourage the high court to reverse a federal appeals court decision overturning a ban the state of Arizona passed to ban abortions after 20 weeks because unborn children feel pain.
Tonight, the Morrisville Town Council will be meeting, and one of the items being discussed is the new state law that limits how local governments may restrict your right to self-defense while in a park that is under local control
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski
People in Ohio, Michigan and 15 other states found themselves temporarily unable to use their food stamp debit-style cards on Saturday after a routine test of backup systems by vendor Xerox Corp. resulted in a system failure.
Xerox announced late in the evening that access had been restored for users in the 17 states affected by the outage, hours after the first problems were reported.
This past Friday, the Obama Administration asked the Supreme Court “to decide that for-profit corporations cannot deny their employees the health coverage of contraceptives to which the employees are otherwise entitled by federal law, based on the religious objections of the corporation’s owners”. According to Religion News Service’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey:
On July 1, Idaho’s Office of the Attorney General sent a letter to all states requesting them to consider and establish recognition of Idaho’s license to carry a concealed weapon and/or enhanced license to carry a concealed weapon. Since then, Idaho has entered into full concealed carry reciprocity agreements with 14 states.
Videos out of Tuscon, Arizona, and Kansas City, Missouri, show what those witnessing the events over the weekend believe are unidentified flying objects (UFOs). An expert though is saying they likely have earthly origins.
RealUFOs.net reported receiving several videos from different sources showing lights flying in a triangular formation Saturday night near Kansas City.
A Pellet Gun, an Open Container of Alcohol, a Vehicle in a No-Parking Zone: What Not to Bring When Photographing the Secretary of State’s Home
BOSTON (TheBlaze/AP) — Authorities have arrested a man spotted outside Secretary of State John Kerry’s home reportedly taking photographs of a window.
A pellet gun was found in the man’s vehicle, a Kerry spokesman said.
State Department security officers called Boston police when the man’s vehicle was seen in a no-parking zone near Kerry’s Louisburg Square house.
In a 24-7 vote on April 10, the Texas state Senate gave preliminary approval to a measure that would direct the state Economic Development and Tourism Office to facilitate the relocation or expansion of businesses that manufacture firearms, ammunition and shooting accessories. SB 1467 grants state officials authority to draw money from the Texas Enterprise Fund and to seek special franchise tax exemptions, sales tax exemptions and other incentives for firearms-related companies that move to the Lone Star State or for gunmakers already located there with plan to expand their facilities.
On February 18, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead signed a measure permitting the use of firearm suppressors for all types of hunting, and this week two other states appear poised to approve similar measures during their respective 2013 legislative sessions.
If North Dakota and Indiana join Wyoming with pro-suppressor legislation this year, the number of states permitting the devices for hunting will total 30.