Texas Wants to Execute Man Who Killed Home Intruder Who Turned Out to Be SWAT Member

by Scott Shackford,  Reason

Attempting to serve a search warrant by entering a house through a window got Killeen, Texas, Police Detective Charles Dinwiddie shot in the face and killed last May. Continue reading

Reflections on Rapid Response to Unjustified Climate Alarm

by Richard Lindzen,  Cato Institute

The Cato Institute’s Center for the Study of Science today kicks off its rapid response center that will identify and correct inappropriate and generally bizarre claims on behalf of climate alarm. Continue reading

Taking Sides in the Muslim Civil War

by  G Murphy Donovan,  American Thinker

If domestic policy is about buying votes; foreign policy is about buying a legacy.

Alas, most Americans couldn’t find Baghdad or Mosul on a map. And as long as volunteers do the dying, Continue reading

Lying on resumes: When business execs go rogue

by Benjamin Snyder,  Fortune

David Tovar, the VP of corporate communications at Walmart WMT 0.67% , had been a rising star at the retailer. One big problem: He lied on his resume. Continue reading

What’s the Big Deal about GMOs?

by Kenneth G. Eade,  OpEdNews

Genetically engineered foods are in almost all processed food products in the United States. Continue reading

Gore’s Latest ’24 Hours of Reality’ Promotes Tragic Mistake

by Tom Harris,  PJ Media

After each of Al Gore’s prior 24 Hours of Reality broadcasts, climate experts have publicly corrected his many basic science errors. But he pays no attention whatsoever, Continue reading

Old Debts, Fresh Pain: Weak Laws Offer Debtors Little Protection

by Paul Kiel, ProPublica and Chris Arnold, NPR

Like any American family living paycheck to paycheck, Conrad Goetzinger and Cassandra Rose hope that if they make the right choices, their $13-an-hour jobs will keep the lights on, put food in the fridge and gas in the car.  Continue reading

The Mysterious Moderate Muslim

by Carol Brown,  American Thinker

What, and who, is a moderate Muslim?  Continue reading

Voting’s ‘impending crisis’

by Michael Keller, Aljazeera
A recent presidential commission report on election administration characterizes the state of U.S. voting machines as an “impending crisis.” Continue reading

Living Simply in a Dumpster

James Hamblin,  The Atlantic

Tucked behind the women’s residence halls in a back corner of Huston-Tillotson University’s campus in Austin, Texas, sits a green dumpster. Continue reading