Keep the Money and the Jobs at Home by Buying American Products

All homeowners want to do their remodeling projects as inexpensively as possible—that’s just common sense. Traditionally, this meant buying products and materials made overseas. But it looks like a change in American attitudes is taking place, according to a survey conducted by Consumer Reports. More than 60 percent of all respondents said they would spend […]

Utah Garden Challenge for Suckers

By Cassandra AndersonJuly 5, 2012 The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is promoting the Utah Garden Challenge in order to collect information about independent food production for the USDA.  The Utah Garden Challenge is a voluntary contest to register 10,000 gardens.  The data mining project has a broad interest in any “resource” who is […]

Julian Assange given 14 days to challenge extradition ruling

ShareThis Julian Assange given 14 days to challenge extradition ruling 30 May 2012 Julian Assange’s fight against extradition to Sweden may stagger on to a second round at the supreme court after he was granted permission to submit fresh arguments. Despite losing by a majority of five to two, his lawyers have been given 14 […]

Utah senator faces caucus challenge from Tea Party candidates

By Debbie Hummel, Reuters.com Seeking one last term, Republican U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch is facing what may prove to be the toughest re-election of his 36-year tenure in Thursday’s Utah Republican caucus against two popular younger Tea Party-backed candidates. Conservative and heavily Republican Utah last elected a Democrat to the U.S. Senate more than four […]

Maryland legalizes same-sex marriage; challenge looms

ShareThis Maryland legalizes same-sex marriage; challenge looms 01 Mar 2012 Maryland became the eighth state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage on Thursday, just as opponents were ramping up efforts to repeal the new law at the ballot box. At a ceremony in the state capitol building, Governor Martin O’Malley signed into law the […]

States line up to challenge stringent Section 5 voting rights provision

By Robert Barnes, The Washington Post Conservative activists and Republican attorneys general have launched a series of lawsuits meant to challenge the most muscular provision of the Voting Rights Act 0f 1965 before a Supreme Court that has signaled it is suspicious of its constitutionality. Working their way to the high court are lawsuits from […]

We Are Change Super Bowl Challenge Fail

Luke Rudkowski is an extreme lightweight when it comes to drinking, so we decided to test his drinking ability against the knowledge of American citizens. After 6 tequila shots (a personal record), Luke had to throw in the towel as he couldn’t stand the ignorance and his own weight. Thank you to all participants for […]

H.R.3261 E-PARASITE Act violates Bill of Rights, We Promise to challenge this bill

Author: Brian D. Hill Source: USWGO Alternative News – Declaration against the E-Parasite Act No More censorship under the guise of protecting copyrights! Congress I will peacefully resist any forms of tyranny and censorship that is a promise as well! If an civil rights attorney wishes to fight this bill if it passes then send […]

‘US no authority to challenge Iran Navy’

ShareThis ‘US no authority to challenge Iran Navy’ 29 Oct 2011 A senior Iranian naval commander says the Americans are not in the position to comment on Iran’s presence in international waters and the country’s naval fleets will continue to sail the high seas. Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said on Saturday that all countries can […]

Elizabeth Warren to challenge Scott Brown in Massachusetts Senate race

By Rosalind S. Helderman and Rachel Weiner, The Washington Post Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard professor and former Obama administration official who became a hero to liberals with her sharp critique of the nation’s financial institutions, will announce Wednesday that she is challenging Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts for his seat in 2012. Warren, 62, had […]