In volatile, uncertain moments like the rioting in Baltimore, most people inevitably say to themselves, “I wonder what that guy from Grey’s Anatomy thinks of all this” or, “I bet my favorite hip hop star has a thoughtful take on what’s happening.”
SCOTUS protestors give mixed messages about the media.
Same-sex “marriage” activists aren’t happy with the media – because, as some argued, there isn’t enough support.
Same-sex marriage is back at the U.S. Supreme Court. But this time the justices can’t avoid the main issue as they did in the challenge to California’s Proposition 8 in Hollingsworth v. Perry (2013) (which they dismissed for lack of appellate standing). And in light of the court’s ruling in the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) case, United States v. Windsor (2013), the outcome in the cases now before it — consolidated under the name Obergefell v. Hodges— is in about as little doubt as a high-profile controversy could be.
President Obama, in a joint White House appearance Tuesday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, touted a controversial trade pact that faces opposition from within his own party.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) alleged Sunday that many rioters in Baltimore the previous night were from “out of town,” noting that he was amid crowds in the area.
Obama pledges “assistance as needed” for Baltimore riots as Maryland governor calls up National Guard
President Obama pledged late Monday to provide assistance “as needed” to stop the roving gangs who attacked Baltimore police, injuring 15, and looted stores, setting at least one ablaze.
Logic would dictate the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would be pleased that small business owners are making cash deposits into a bank since these funds are evidence of taxable revenue.
Suppose that officials from federal, state, and local governments developed a new system of collecting revenue at the beginning of the year. Instead of taking portions from each American’s paycheck throughout the year, they decided to take every cent Americans earned from January 1st until the day that all revenue had been collected for the year.