The Republican-dominated House of Representatives yesterday moved to repeal a rule that requires oil companies to report on their payments to foreign governments, including taxes and royalties from their activities in these countries.
Farmers are pushing back against legislation that prevents them from fixing their own equipment. If successful, it will be a huge victory for consumers.
PHOENIX (AP) - Residents in Arizona cities who spot a rat or snake in their yard will be able to shoot the animals using a small-caliber gun loaded with tiny pellets under legislation that Republicans gave initial approval Tuesday.
Andrew Napolitano: Within four hours of becoming president of the United States, Donald Trump signed an executive order intended to limit immediately the effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in ways that are revolutio
If passed, this bill will block the Federal mandate to enforce smart meter installation, which is a requirement for Technocracy. We can hope that the new Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, will squash the smart meter initiative from the top down. ? T
? ? ? ? Copy This URL Cannabis may be among the country's fastest growing industries, but its status as a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law poses an inconvenient discrepancy with more libera
A Republican-proposed House Resolution has quietly slipped past the public radar – proposing that the United States withdraw its membership from the United Nations, just as another bill was being concocted to cut US funding to the body.
A Republican-proposed House Resolution has quietly slipped past the public radar - proposing that the United States withdraw its membership from the United Nations, just as another bill was being concocted to cut US funding to the body.
DAPL coincidence? New bill in North Dakota could make it legal to run over protesters Sunday, January 22, 2017 by: Ethan Huff Tags: First Amendment, North Dakota, oil pipeline 3,230 Views Image: DAPL coincidence? New bill in North Dakota cou
A bill has been proposed in U.S. House of Representatives that would eliminate the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The ATF Elimination Act, which was reintroduced by Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner on Thursday, calls for an ATF
answer to the voters, not corporations. (NaturalNews) In response to eight horrific years of Barack Obama's executive abuses, the House of Representatives recently passed legislation that gives Congress new veto power over any major rule or regula
(NaturalNews) California is no stranger to controversy. In February of 2016, Natural News reported on The Golden State's highly debatable approach to enforcing vaccination.
Massachusetts was one of four states to legalize recreational cannabis at the ballot box Nov. 8, and some lawmakers are taking the cause of freedom even further. Sen. Jamie Eldridge is working to craft a bill that would free some of those in jail for
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Sen. Rand Paul announced on Wednesday that President-elect Trump has stated his support for the "Audit the Fed" bill that Paul just reintroduced to Congress, according to The Hill.
Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House on Tuesday made it clear that national concealed carry reciprocity was a priority for the next Congress.
When mentioning the Federal Reserve, most Americans have no idea that it even exists. Those that do know of its existence think it simply sets interest rates and helps the economy -- but they are wrong. And, thanks to the efforts of Ron Paul over th
"This bill allows law enforcement to respond to active shooting situations more effectively. The bill prohibits the purchase, sale, or possession of military-grade body armor by anyone except certain authorized users, such as first-responders and l
(NaturalNews) The British government's mass surveillance powers have been severely undermined by The European Union's top court. The new ruling could constrain police and spy agency investigations.
The future Commander-in-chief will 'sign a series of executive orders' on day one, so he can do two things
Proposals allowing people to plead guilty to minor offences online could erode the principle of open justice, campaigners have warned.
Computers purchased in South Carolina in 2017 may only offer PG-13 rated internet. A bill pre-filed by Republican State Representative William Chumley would require that personal computers and other devices block internet access to pornography and ob
(NaturalNews) The federal government just cannot stay out of the business of American citizens. Their constant need to overstep their boundaries and enforce ridiculous regulations has made it extremely difficult to make a living as a business owner i
"This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the
What is a person to do when their state of poverty becomes so extreme that it becomes criminal? That's exactly what's happening to homeless people in the United States these days. And it isn't just the homeless people who are being criminaliz
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(NaturalNews) The National Vaccine Information Center has issued an urgent call for all Americans concerned about the federal government forcing new vaccines on an unsuspecting public to contact their U.S. senator immediately and ask him or her to re
Voltaire, the French writer and philosopher, once said, "to learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." Time and again, this sage advice has served as a gauge for measuring a particular group's undue influen
Would Look Like Without It. As you know, liberals are still screaming bloody murder at the fact that Hillary didn't win, and they just keep crying over and over that Hillary got the popular vote, so she should win, and the electoral college should
An Iowa lawmaker has had enough of universities wasting taxpayer dollars to please snowflakes on campus, so he is introducing new legislation and calling it the "suck it up, buttercup" bill.