With the passing of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the focus must now turned on the horribly failed response of the Texas healthcare system.
A man known to make threats against the President has a new group on Facebook and Facebook thinks it is fine and dandy
Our country is broke and can't afford to keep supporting freeloaders, so let's make a change!
In 2012, President Obama appeared in Cincinnati, Ohio to discuss spending on our crumbling highways and bridges. Republicans instantly called it pork, and political games, but now the reality is setting in even more.
With the leak of nude celebrity photos and Apple now trying to claim no responsibility, it's time to look at taking our business else where, and here's why.
Seems like we might have the start of a defense growing for Darren Wilson, the officer that gunned down and unarmed black teen in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.
Here's a story that really puts some perspective on what is happening in Ferguson right now.
With all the news being about the Ebola outbreak, and with an election quickly approaching, we need to start discussing more changes to make healthcare become a right and not a commodity.
A new acquisition is announced today, continuing a troubling streak that is going to put our economy in even more risk.
The influx of children crossing the border into Texas, escaping the violence in Central America has sparked a new round of memory loss for the GOP.
If you read the right's number one news site, you may have left with the feeling that Obama has decided to launch a new invasion of Iraq. Of course that feeling would be totally wrong.
Any longtime reader of this site probably knows that I love going after Matt Drudge, so it should only make sense to turn this into an actual project.
Facebook has a new update coming out that will certainly spoke anyone that cares about privacy. Will the company pull its future plans?
With net neutrality on its death bed, where is our President and Democratic leadership?
Mozilla, on the heals of their botched hiring of Brendan Eich as CEO, is now fighting the recent FCC decision to allowed a tiered internet. The companies plan is powerful and it just might work.