The city has reached a settlement with parties involved in the lawsuits related to the federal wiretapping case.
The Mayor’s office just released a statement saying the City of South Bend reached agreements to settle claims with six plaintiffs in two cases stemming from the federal investigation of alleged wiretapping.
A public charter school student in Tampa, Fla. gave a blue-ribbon, first-prize-winning speech last week about how great it would be if adherents of all religions could coexist peacefully.
Proposed legislation winding its way through the New Jersey state legislature will, if passed, require department officials to provide new birth certificates to people who decide they want to change genders, regardless of whether they’ve actually undergone any kind of gender reassignment surgery.
“They stole all my stuff and used taxpayer money to do it,” John Hnatio, a Maryland small business owner, says of the U.S. government.
The General Motors bailout may have cost the government $10 billion, but GM CEO Dan Akerson rejects any suggestion that the company should compensate for the losses.
We all know most celebrities are out of touch with reality. It’s not just their money and fame going to their head, but the bubble society builds around them that is the problem. The MSM can’t offend or challenge any celebrity (unless they are the chosen ritualistic sacrifice ala Britney Spears or Miley Cyrus) for fear of not having access to them. Same goes for politicians. As such, when they say something ridiculous, we make it seem like it was akin to Aristotle. This not only does society a disservice, but the celebrity as well. They are now under the delusion that they are intelligent, and their words are powerful. Faux philanthropists running around self-aggrandizing their intelligence, influence, and efforts.