Sam Adams pro-liberty group managed to attack a handful of customhouses and kidnap a few tax collectors after the passage of the Stamp Act. (Seriously Lois Lerner is SUPER lucky she wasnt around in the 1700s.)
Conservatives need to ask themselves: If the GOP cant win now, then when can they win?
A big Republican win on Tuesday will signal its time to start.
It's a world truly gone mad.
Local media reported yesterday that Egypt already has begun ordering forced evacuations and demolishing homes in the buffer zone Egypt is creating along the border of the Gaza Strip.
This week, we got mixed messages on the state of mind of the US consumer.
Random caches of old chemical weapons found post-invasion were old news, but not roughly 5,000 warheads and bombs, many filled with still active, nerve agent.
As the leadership in Iran continues to thumb their collective noses at the world community and the United States in particular, the Obama Administration (led by Secretary of State John Kerry) seem clueless on how to respond.
Heres a scary thought: Does Debbie Wasserman Schultz spy on you? Because according to a DNC mailer, the answer is yes. (Creepy.) Also, Ezra Klein may be an idiot But John Kerry is a disgrace.
Its time to extend the tradition of sharing politics-related Halloween humor on October 31.
With $43.1 billion in assets under management, VNQ is Vanguards fourth-largest ETF. Its competitive 0.1% expense ratio is 93% lower, according to Morningstar, than the average for similar funds.
I like the health care sector in the current market environment but I prefer companies that are growing at a faster pace than the Eli Lillys (LLY) and Mercks (MRK) of the world.
The Republicans are salivating because they can smell blood in the water and victory in the air. The House will probably stay in the Republican column and the Senate could move there also.
Warren Buffetts investment vehicle Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) is having a terrific year. Yet, these impressive returns belie that several of Berkshire Hathaways higher-profile public investments have fallen out of bed recently.
I had a great time at the 40th anniversary of the New Orleans Investment Conference, which is largely a gold bug convention that features representatives from dozens of small mining companies.
Is Your Favorite Company Cooking the Books?