Conservative or liberal, gray matter may decide how you vote
Researchers in California have surmised that how one’s brain is structured suggests how a person votes or what issues mean the most to them, reports the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
Enviro Film Fiasco
Green film pulled following complaints over its portrayal of violence against all who won’t reduce carbon footprint.
Poland’s Solidarity Movement Marks 30 Years
History must give the Poles the principal credit for bringing the Soviet block to its knees.
Iran Opposition Group To Stay On State Dept’s Terror List?
Court says State Dept. needs to reconsider whether an Iranian opposition group should stay on its list of FTO’s.
Democrat Trade Inaction Cuts into U.S. Business
Democratic-controlled Congress fails to ratify Bush Administration free-trade agreements, costing U.S. businesses export opportunities.
Supreme Court Upholds Constitution
Yes, liberals: We have a right to bear arms.
More Guns Mean Less Crime
The lastest edition of John Lott’s More Guns, Less Crime offers new data to suggest that concealed handguns help prevent crime.
Census Racial Designations are Illogical and Unscientific
The Census Bureau questions on race perpetuates racism.
Delay in Obama Administration Recognition of Eagles Scouts Rankles Many
Some in the Boy Scouts feel that the Obama administration is not showing them any support.
MEK: Terrorist Organization or Freedom Fighters?
MEK is asking that the U.S. remove the group from the foreign terrorist organization list.