Chron.com | Hempstead issue sharpens focus on rising state Latino enrollment.
CNS News | Lowest percentage in 16 years.
CBS Boston | Costs for sewers built for condos passed on to homeowners with septic systems.
Michael Snyder | What would you do if the Internet or the power grid went down for over a year?
reason.com | Requested records “reflect confidential communications between members of the FOIL unit and their attorneys.”
AFP | US Defense Secretary ordered new Pentagon security procedures after reviews found last year’s Navy Yard shooting could have been averted.
Zero Hedge | Obama said that his administration would be the “most transparent in history.”
Mikael Thalen | One thousand registration forms torched in SAFE Act protest.
AP | Administration is becoming the least transparent administration in history.
The Guardian | Pentagon says the Morning Glory, loaded with $20m cargo of crude oil, will be handed to Libyan government control.
Washington’s Blog | Obama is doing a brilliant job at being a horrible president.
Charles Burris | Ultimately all States rest on hypocrisy and myth.
Michael Boldin | “Enforce the Law Act of 2014″ passed by the imperial house of representatives this week flies in the face of what Thomas Jefferson taught us.
CNS News | “Global warming” supporter states the obvious.
Washington Times | Agents quietly working with Utah prosecutors to make case in DOJ absence
Michael Snyder | You can’t get blood out of a rock.
Fox News | Ultimate tyranny: city profits off of ER visits.
Daily Caller | Obama would rather write his own laws.
Infowars.com | Liberal trendies from all over the planet are waking up that guns are not scary and instead empowering.
Washington Free Beacon | That would be seven years after Jamestown, Virginia became America’s first permanent English settlement.
Breitbart | “You had the government using its tools to intimidate the population.”
Mikael Thalen | Student suspended despite no rules against firearms shirts.
Inside Higher Ed | Database would track students from pre-k to career.
rt.com | Pentagon investigation has found that despite prohibitions by federal law, multiple US aircraft and weaponry are housing Chinese parts and raw materials.
forbes.com | Legalize a former crime and tax it and it really pays.
Brett LoGiurato | Cruz began making a play to draw foreign policy distinctions between himself and Paul.
Fox News | Senator wants more libertarian-minded party members.
Michael Snyder | If the U.S. economy is getting better, then why are major retail chains closing thousands of stores?
Business Insider | “I think we are going to crush them everywhere,” McConnell said.
USA Today | More lies from the corrupt elite.
Fox News | Sen. Ted Cruz finishes in second.
Biz Pac Review | The Obamas hit the beach.
Reuters | Democrats could potentially lose control of Senate.
Fox News | U.S. sanctions would backfire due to U.S.’s house of cards economy.
Jessica Ravitz | Modern-day peeping Toms in Massachusetts have their behavior criminalized.
CBS DC | O-O-P-S. President Barack Obama had a spelling blunder Thursday while praising Aretha Franklin.
Infowars.com | How do we break free of those who seek to control our lives through prohibitions, wars both physical and metaphorical?
Infowars.com | Government daycare punishes toddler for bringing “outside food.”
Wall Street Journal | President Says U.S. and European Union Are United Against Russia’s ‘intervention’ in Ukraine
Fox News | Fewer than four in 10 voters approve of Obama’s performance.
Michael Snyder | The truth is that we don’t have any “values” worth sharing with anyone at this point.
Paul Craig Roberts | Russia’s RT seems actually to believe and observe the values that Americans profess but do not honor.
Paul Bedard | On the slightly positive side, only 8 percent believe it has gotten worse.
Washington’s Blog | In other words, moderators censor discussion on censorship.
Don Feder | Vladimir Putin isn’t the Easter Bunny.
Lonely Conservative | “Getting Europe on board to fight for the Crimea is a nonstarter.”
USA Today | U.S. is pondering sanctions on Russia over incursion into Crimea.
Infowars | Whistleblowers are now the number one threat to the crumbling government establishment.
Julian Pecquet | State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said that planning for sanctions has gone into overdrive.
Sky News | Russia is in “operational control” of Crimea as soldiers surround Ukrainian troops and seize a ferry port.