(CNSNews.com) – Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said Friday that President Barack Obama “basically doesn’t care about” foreign affairs, considering them ancillary to his domestic agenda. He later added that he thought Obama could be compared to former Mass. Gov. Michael Dukakis — a failed Democratic presidential candidate — in that both see the U.S. as “one of 192, nothing particularly special.”
(CNSNews.com) – In defending the new health care law’s mandate requiring people to purchase insurance, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Friday said people access health care regardless of whether they have insurance. "If I don’t have a 27-inch TV for the Super Bowl, I can’t demand on the day of the Super Bowl that somebody deliver that TV because I have a right to it. On the other hand, if I don’t have insurance, I come through the door of an emergency room and get treated and get cared for, and somebody else picks up the tab,” said Sebelius.
What the Abortion Queen Sebelius says is almost laughable if it were not so serious of a matter.
Today Judge Roger Vinson of the U.S. District Court in Pensacola, Florida, issued a 78-page ruling that the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" is unconstitutional. This is a case brought by 26 states against the recent healthcare law and regulations.
WASHINGTON – The State Department is prepared to evacuate thousands of U.S. citizens from Egypt on chartered planes, but is relying largely on friends and families in the U.S. to relay that information to stranded Americans.
Anxiety builds in nation’s midsection as massive storm is expected to dump snow and ice on the region this week WEATHER CENTER TRAVEL TRACKER Cyclone Roars Toward Australia’s Flooded North Anxiety builds in nation’s midsection as massive storm is expected to dump snow and ice on the region this week WEATHER CENTER TRAVEL TRACKER Cyclone Roars Toward Australia’s Flooded North
Volcanic experts have sounded an ominous warning about the recent eruptions on Shinmoedake peak in Japan, saying they closely resemble highly destructive blasts that occurred there nearly 300 years ago. Read More
The European Union has published a school calendar that omits Christian holidays, like Christmas and Easter, while noting significant Jewish and Muslim celebrations. Three million copies have reportedly been printed of the calendar, which will be given out freely to students who request it from the union’s 27 member countries. Read More
A team of scientists from Japan, Russia and the United States hopes to clone a mammoth, a symbol of Earth’s ice age that ended 12,000 years ago, according to a report in Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun. The researchers say they hope to produce a baby mammoth within six years. The scientists say they will extract DNA