You lucky kittens, you, not only do you get a Morning Roar! written by me today, but also tomorrow! Throw your hats in the air! Americans Don’t Trust the Center for Disease Control There is an interesting article up on NBC’s website that calls into question the trust that Americans have and should have in the CDC, especially in light of the organization’s handling of the ebola outbreak that is spreading and has just recently been found in Dallas. Many
Happy hump day! Here’s your Wednesday edition of The Morning Roar! White House May Check Tourists Blocks Away The Secret Service is considering changing their White House defense strategy in order to prevent a similar incident as one that occurred last week. On Friday, a man with a knife jumped the fence and made it to the front door of the White House. Earlier this week, authorities announced that the front gate to the White House will now be locked.
Hope your weekend was fantabulous. Now, your Monday Morning Roar! Where in the U.S. Has “Open Carry” Handgun Laws? The Wall Street Journal helpfully published a map to assist in the debate going on about open carry, or the legality of carrying guns in plain sight in public. Oddly enough, it’s far more legal in far more states to carry a concealed weapon than one in plain sight, which seems paradoxic. I know that I, for one, would much
It’s Thursday! Which is almost Friday! But more importantly, it means you get another edition of The Morning Roar! Texas Governor Rick Perry Loses Right to Concealed Carry and Purchase Ammo This past weekend Texas Governor Rick Perry – our old friend from our days of live tweeting every GOP debate in 2012 – was indicted on charges that he abused his official capacity as governor and of coercion of a public servant. I don’t intend to dwell on the charges themselves.
Get your week started off on the right foot with The Morning Roar! Trouble With Curfew In Ferguson Last Friday we had wall-to-wall Ferguson coverage throughout the day starting with The Morning Roar, Felony Friday revealed the Silver Lining To The Ferguson Occupation, and finally an article on Learning Ferguson’s Lessons. We’ll be continuing the Ferguson coverage with today’s first story. Over the weekend Missouri Governor Jay Nixon instituted a curfew from midnight to 5am. The curfew didn’t exactly go
The Morning Roar for Thursday, August 14th…and it will surprise you. FCC Commissioner Calls For End to NFL TV Blackouts; Wants Antitrust Exemption Repealed Did you hear that? Yes, that was the sound of my jaw dropping after reading that an FCC Commissioner, Ajit Pai, called for the FCC to end its support of the NFL’s ridiculous exemption to antitrust laws that allow it to blackout games in local markets that haven’t sold out. That’s a stance that has been
Your Tuesday Morning Roar! New Hampshire Politicians Accepting & Embracing Bitcoin Campaign Donations Next Generation payment system PayStand is reporting that roughly one dozen political candidates in New Hampshire have adopted its platform, which accepts Bitcoin as well as traditional currency, as their online payment solution for all campaign donations. Not that it’s big news that politicians running for office are looking to get money into their accounts in any way possible, but considering the echo effect that Bitcoin donations could
Your Monday Morning Roar! Anti-Spying Bill Becomes Law in New Hampshire A round of applause for New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, who will be signing into law a bill that goes a long way towards undercutting the gathering of information from devices without a warrant. From Offnow: House Bill 1533 (HB1533) was passed unanimously by both legislative houses and was ultimately sent to Gov. Hassan’s desk last month. It bans government entities from searching “information contained in a portable electronic device” without
Shorter than usual, but just as potent…it’s your Thursday Morning Roar! Massie Amendment H.R. 5016 Upholds Right to Bear Arms in D.C. Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie has drawn our interest and accolades recently for his insistence that the government declassify 9/11 documents that (in Massie’s words) completely made him rethink the way he looked at what occurred and why. But he’s also put an amendment on the table in Washington to protect the right of the residents of the District
Welcome to your Monday edition of The Morning Roar! Perry Attacks Paul’s “Isolationist” Polices The Neocons are slinging more mud in Senator Rand Paul’s direction regarding his Middle Eastern foreign policy stance. One potential candidate for the 2016 Presidential election has started to take some pretty big swings at the junior senator. Recently, Rick Perry had some disparaging remarks about the early GOP front-runner Rand Paul. The following excerpt is from an op-ed Perry penned for the Washington Post: That’s