Takin' a little RR. Back on Monday the 27th.
Two D.C. councilmembers said Thursday that they support some form of mandate that gun owners carry liability insurance, but they would have to overcome the objections of Mayor Vincent Gray for the District of Columbia to become the nation’s first jurisdiction to require such coverage.
Good to see Hoosiers aren't being left out of the fun for a change:
The Indiana Tea Party was among the numerous conservative groups unfairly targeted by the IRS over the past three years, that according to the group’s president.
Oh, shut the !@#$% up, you lousy !@#$%^ phone call "analysts." Stop your !@#$%^& lying about Hoosiers, or we'll !@#$%^& frog-walk you out of town:
Indiana residents are among the least courteous in the U.S., according to a call advertising firm's analysis of more than 600,000 phone calls.
Personally, I wouldn't recommend following the first lady's advice:
Reaching across the aisle can be helpful not only in politics but also in the personal growth of recent college graduates, first lady Michelle Obama said in a commencement address at Eastern Kentucky University over the weekend.
Why don't they just go ahead and make it .00 -- that's what they'd really like to do:
WASHINGTON (AP) — States should cut their threshold for drunken driving by nearly half— from .08 blood alcohol level to .05_matching a standard that has substantially reduced highway deaths in other countries, a federal safety board recommended Tuesday. That's about one drink for a woman weighing less than 120 pounds, two for a 160-pound man.
"But the science is settled!" department:
An unusual medical brawl erupted on Tuesday when the influential Institute of Medicine issued a report questioning the basis of years of advice for Americans to cut their salt intake in half.
We all know the federal government is so invested in "clean" energy that it will waste billions of dollars to prop up technology that can never deliver what is promised. Anybody suspect they'd go this far, though?
It's the not-so-green secret of the nation's wind-energy boom: Spinning turbines are killing thousands of federally protected birds, including eagles, each year.
I wish someone from the Deartment of Natural Resources would explain the logic behind this law, because I sure don't understand it:
A northern Indiana man who allegedly shot a 42-inch-long muskie with a bow and arrow could face formal charges for killing the fish.