Remember the 1996 movie, “A Time to Kill”?
From this view, watching the mainstream media finally discover the depth of the dishonesty emanating from the Obama White House calls to mind the second-most famous line in the American classic “Die Hard.”
The Affordable Care Act is getting closer to implementation, less than half a year. But there are a great many questions still lingering and no clear road map from the Obama administration as the clock ticks.
Arctic states agreed Wednesday to let nations that are located nowhere near the Earth's north to become observers to their diplomatic council, boosting rising superpowers China, India and South Korea that are seeking to mine the region for its untapped energy and other natural resources.
Back when I was still writing speeches and giving policy advice to naïve candidates foolish enough to listen to me, I once told a young, first-time congressional candidate who was depressed about all the negative attacks coming his way that you can tell a lot about a man by the enemies he attracts. Such was the case with Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon announced March 15 it will spend $1 billion to add 14 interceptors to an Alaska-based missile defense system, responding to what it called faster-than-anticipated North Korean progress on nuclear weapons and missiles.
The state Department of Health and Social Services will require pre-approvals for non-hospital radiology procedures beginning in April for the state-managed Medicaid program.
NEW YORK (AP) — With barely a week to go before $85 billion in automatic government spending cuts kick in, Wall Street is holding its nerve.
In the spirit of tax season mega-corporations and individuals alike are hunting for every last break and credit they can find.
If sequestration takes affect March 1, federal spending in Alaska will take a hit.