TRUMP LANDS REAL BLOWS IN DEBATE, CLINTON THREATENS WAR AGAINST SYRIA, RUSSIA AGAIN
October 20, 2016
By RICK MANNING Trump showed the knowledge and resolve to perform the duties of the presidency of the United States. The operative question is, will America choose to continue along the same path or will voters elect a change in direction economically, socially and culturally? Will voters accept an anemic 1 percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth as the new normal, with the resulting continued downward spiral of American prosperity?
SBA ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF 2015 SMALL BUSINESS FEDERAL PROCUREMENT SCORECARD
April 25, 2016
By JASON GREENBERG On Thursday, April 28, John Shoraka, Associate Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Government Contracting and Business Development will host a conference call to announce the results of the 2015 Small Business Federal Procurement Scorecard.
HEMPSTEAD TOWN FIGHTS BACK AGAINST BDS MOVEMENT
June 30, 2016
By STANLEY JORDAN Leading the way in a growing nation-wide effort to stand firmly opposed to the BDS Movement – which attempts to isolate Israel and other U.S. allies from the international community – Supervisor Anthony J.
AUTO INSURANCE INDUSTRY CHANGED DUE TO TWO MATH GRADS
November 24, 2017
By JUSTICE CAMPBELL Did you know that only 5% of drivers pay less then $50 a month for car insurance? Now, thanks to two brilliant math graduates we can find auto insurance discounts by using a new start up service called EverQuote.com .
WHY BIDEN’S THREAT TO PACK THE SUPREME COURT MATTERS
October 9, 2020
By Catherine Mortensen After Joe Biden and Kamala Harris dodged debate questions about “packing the courts,” Biden, when pressed further finally said, “You’ll know my opinion on court packing when the election is over.” Biden is playing games with the American people on what could be the most consequential issue of the election and here is why this matters. Presidents are constitutionally bound to fill vacancies on the courts including the Supreme Court which has been set to nine justices since 1869.
CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF BANNING THE PUBLISHING OF 3D PRINTED GUNS’ BLUEPRINTS
August 2, 2018
Isn’t the federal judge in Seattle violating TWO constitutional rights held by American citizens in restraining the creator of the 3D printed guns from publishing its blueprints? First Amendment right to free speech: shot down.