In 1776, the Continental Congress signed a Declaration that they would separate from Great Britain because the King had unilaterally made changes to the national health care system. OK, close enough. Last week the President delayed yet another part of Obamacare, and most Americans probably thought ... More >>
In his crusade against guns, Mayor Bloomberg has sometimes used sting operations against out-of-town vendors, sending decoys to gun shows to act like they don't have legal standing to make a purchase, and publicizing the resulting illegal sales. Now a West Virginia state legislator is trying ... More >>
Last June, the Voice profiled a Georgia gun dealer who was being sued by Mayor Bloomberg for selling guns that got used in New York crimes. Jay Wallace, owner of Adventure Outdoors in Smyrna, flew up to New York City for the first time ever and dug in to fight the “billionaire bully" to "his last ... More >>
Black on Sarah Palin: "It’s like watching Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Only Jimmy Stewart is more qualified, and Jimmy Stewart’s dead." photo by Jill Greenberg. America’s premiere political comic, Lewis Black, is awfully busy these days. Aside from touring, Black has a new comedy album, Anti ... More >>
Mayor Bloomberg's lawsuits against "irresponsible" out-of-state gun dealers -- whose practices, the suits claimed, were harmful to New Yorkers -- have resulted in some victories for the Mayor. But one of the dealers, Adventure Outdoor Sports of Smyrna, Georgia, has filed suit against Bloomberg for l ... More >>
The Georgia gun dealer who was sued by the city— and fell in love with us
As Hillary Clinton clings to the almost mathematically impossible dream that she can be the Democratic nominee, it's becoming increasingly clear that November’s general election match-up will pit Barack Obama against John McCain. While Democrats worry that Ralph Nader could, yet again, take votes ... More >>
Pay attention to Sacha Baron Cohen's comic take on America. You might just something learn.
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'Everyone in This Room Is a Suspect'
Volunteer Spying Corps Dismissed
The Once and Future Shambles at the INS
Keeping the FBI Lawful
The Return of the Thought Police
'Citizens Will Not Become Informants'
Whos Afraid of John Ashcroft?
Dont Brood and Despair. Organize!
'Why Should We Care? It's Only the Constitution'
Coming: A National Wiretap Warrant
Haste Could Lay Waste to Liberty
Grim Greetings From the Texas Death House
Jesse Jackson Marches in the Penitents Parade
Tom DeLays Republican Congress Prepares to Smash the State
Ralph Nader Keeps Democracy Alive
The Return of J. Edgar Hoover
Bradley, Gore Court D.C.'s Non-Voting 'Senator'
Congress Brings the Crush Video Industry to Heel
Third Party Lock & Load
Planned internet surveillance network proves spying is 'good government practice'
NSA fends off house right-wingers, claiming attorney-client privilege
Republicans Reeling From Backlash
Clinton Seduced and Abandoned by the Right
As the casualties mount, our Commander-in-Chief soldiers on
Wider probe could burn judiciary chair
''...it is possible that once she has been arrested she will make a suicide attempt.''
From FBI Psychological Profile of Suspect Terry Squillacote
Congress's 'mean caucus' targets the president