President Obama is considering bypassing
Congress and implementing his environmental agenda through
executive orders and administrative regulations. That purple
toga fits you well, Barry.
Transparency groups …
Not so impressed by this administration.
A House Republican plan to
simply ignore the debt ceiling for four months reportedly gets
the presidential nod. True bipartisanship: Working together in
defiance of fiscal reality.
Now that his life has been turned upside down, Marine Gen. John
R. Allen will be pleased to know that he’s
been cleared of wrongdoing following an investigation into the
exchange of allegedly inappropriate e-mails with Tampa
socialite Jill Kelley.
British Prime Minister David Cameron promises that, if his
Conservative Party wins the next election,
Britons will get to vote on whether to remain in the European
Union, or head for the exit.
Protection from pirates will soon be available at
reasonable-ish prices from start-up Typhon, which will offer a
private navy manned by ex-Royal Marines to escort commercial
Rhode Island lawmakers are
poised to vote on legalizing same-sex marriage. Wait … This
is Rhode Island. How do politicians plan to line their pockets by
making something legal?
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