Alexis Levinson | Paul made the comments in an op-ed Friday in The Washington Times.
cnsnews.com | There is a record one-out-of-five households in the United States receiving food stamps.
Dallas News | Authorities have yet to say whether the arrest of 31-year-old Bryce Reed was related to the April 17 explosion at West Fertilizer Co. that killed 15 people.
Guy Benson | Much of the media and liberal establishment simply ignored yesterday’s Benghazi hearings.
The New American | Missouri’s effort to ban Agenda 21 comes in the wake of similar moves to stop the UN plan across America.
Patrick Howley | Legendary Republican operative Roger Stone claims in his new book that Lyndon Johnson arranged John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
nytimes.com | Speaker John A. Boehner calling for the release of emails.
Mike Adams | We are republishing two important stories here (with links to original sources) that you need to read.
thehill.com | Group representing more than 12,000 FBI agents is urging President Obama to nominate Rep. Mike Rogers.
mlive.com | 79 gallons of diluted radioactive water were released into Lake Michigan.
IB Times | Judge ordered Hill to undergo counseling because of her conspiracy theory talk.
Mike Adams | Is Adam Kokesh handing the government a perfect false flag event?
TechDirt | There’s actual data available that explains the lack of concerned noises from Americans.
CBS DFW | No one enjoys paying taxes. But everybody has to do it… or do they?
The Hill | “I mean, every single kid worries about their own death, or the death of someone, every single day.”
breitbart.com | “Let me ask you something, Piers. Why do hate Americans so much?”
Natural News | Whenever he can, President Obama likes to poke fun at anyone who suggests that he’s a closet socialist because that’s what socialists do – they ridicule anyone who tries to “out” them.
The Washington Times | The South Carolina state House passed a bill Wednesday that declares President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to be “null and void”.
RT | Hart was assigned to defend Mohammed Rahim al-Afghani, one of 16 detainees at Guantanamo which the US government has designated as “high-value.”
nydailynews.com | US Camera & Computers says the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs was “arbitrary and capricious” when it fined the store in 2011.
Talking Points Memo | Three in 10 registered American voters believe an armed rebellion might be necessary in the next few years.
Dale Hurd | U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has said that home schooling is not a parent’s right.
news.yahoo.com | Boston police have three additional suspects in custody in connection to the Boston Marathon bombings.
Infowars.com | President Obama warned of the difficulty agencies might have in tracking and preventing lone wolf attacks like the one in Boston earlier this month.
Travis Holte | How fortuitous for the oligarchs, hellbent on world domination.
Washington Post | Supreme Court ruled Virginia does not have to allow people outside its borders to take advantage of the commonwealth’s FOIA.
Wall Street Journal | They haven’t determined whose DNA it is or whether that means a woman helped.
US News & World Report | Fears over DHS’ massive ammo buy has left ammo shelves across the country dry.
Washington Examiner | Instead of distancing itself from the SPLC’s hateful rhetoric, the federal government espouses their beliefs and promotes them.
American Free Press | Our Good Friend Jim Tucker is Gone, But He May Get the Last Laugh on David Rockefeller.
Infowars.com | First batch of cartridges were sent to American buyers in early 2013.
news.yahoo.com | “It’s not going anywhere today. It’s not going anywhere tomorrow.”
WABC | Recovering from a gunshot wound to the throat and other injuries suffered during his alleged attempted getaway.
David Harsanyi | If the Bloomberg administration believes that salt is worth losing your freedom over, imagine what he’d have planned after a terrorist attack.
Boston Herald | Deval Patrick’s administration clamped down the lid yesterday on Herald requests.
ABC News | George W. to Sawyer: “He’d be a marvelous candidate if he chooses to do so.”
washingtonpost.com | High school seniors on average showed no significant improvement in their understanding of economic issues between 2006 and 2012
CBS | Injured from a gunshot wound to the neck that has rendered him unable to speak, he is communicating via writing.
VOA News | Curtis was arrested last week at his house in Corinth, Mississippi.
Zero Hedge | The media has not pursued confirmed rumors of FBI involvement with the Tsarnaev brothers prior to the Boston bombings.
Business Insider | Mother claims, “They were monitoring him and I know that because I used to talk to them.”
Infowars.com | Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis made a Freudian slip during a live interview with Fox News.
Infowars.com | Carney refers to accused 19-year-old as “this terrorist.”
USA Today | News comes quickly after reports that he might have suffered brain damage from an attempted suicide.
Associated Press | Mr. Patrick said he hadn’t viewed the videotape but had been briefed by law enforcement officials about it.
Infowars.com | Liberalism is like some kind of disease. It may be fatal.
Daily Mail | In a new twist, it’s reported the Boston bombing suspect tried to take his own life, and may have conveniently caused brain damage.
CNN | “Possibly hindering attempts by authorities to question him about a motive in the attack.”
Reuters | Would lift ban on gay scouts, but maintain a prohibition on gay adults from leading troops.
Infowars.com | News items about Boston Marathon bombing suspect manhunt being brought to an end.