By Adan Salazar
Texas Governor Greg Abbott made good on his promise to challenge President Obama’s gun control initiatives Friday, calling for a Constitutional Convention of US states to create several new amendments aimed at reasserting states’ rights.
By Kurt Nimmo
In just under ten minutes constitutional attorney, author and speaker KrisAnne Hall breaks down everything you need to know about what’s going on in Malheur, Oregon.
Cashless not so good? Stallholders seek refund from Hobart City Council over cashless system failures
STALLHOLDERS are demanding a full refund of the 10 per cent levy charged by Hobart City Council for Taste of Tasmania transactions.
By Mikael Thalen
A Chinese immigrant took a bold stand against President Obama’s recent executive actions on gun control Tuesday in a viral message posted to social media.
By Richard Gray
A ‘mind-reading’ device that can decipher words from brainwaves without them being spoken has been developed by Japanese scientists, raising the prospect of ‘telepathic’ communication.
More than 1 in 4 Americans believe that the government is the enemy, according to a new poll.
Scientists may soon be able to ‘cut and paste’ DNA to cure deadly diseases and design perfect babies
By Tanya Lewis
“There’s a scarier possibility linked with CRISPR, too: Scientists — or anyone with access to a basic biology lab — could unleash genetic mutations that could spread fairly easily through a population of animals, and the results could be irreversible.”