Who could have seen the coming? Oh yeah, everybody!
Seattle sees fallout from $15 minimum wage, as other cities follow suit.
Seattle's $15 minimum wage law is supposed to lift workers out of poverty and move them off public assistance. But there may be a hitch in the plan.
By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times - Updated: 8:10 a.m. on Thursday, April 9, 2015
The American firearms industry is as healthy as ever, seeing an unprecedented surge that has sent production of guns soaring to more than 10.8 million manufactured in 2013 alone - double the total of just...
Amid drop in gun sales, Winchester sees steady ammo sales
11/22/14| by Daniel Terrill
While gun sales have slowed, leaving manufacturers coping with the loss, Winchester Ammunition sees a bright future.
At a recent meeting with investors in New York, Olin Corp, parent company of the ammo...
I know it is a link from fox, but i couldt resist sharing.
Kerry sees a disturning trend of government trampling their citizens rights..... in europe. What is that old saying? "Have you looked in the mirror lately?"
I just love how quickly they will...
Rochester sees spike in robberies, reignites NY SAFE Act debate
Posted at: 08/01/2013 7:34 PM | Updated at: 08/01/2013 7:36 PM
By: Joangel Concepcion | WHEC.com
High tech gadgets, like smart phones, that many of us carry every day are actually helping police solve crimes. Officers say three...
Portland school sees racism in peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
In an effort to combat perceived discrimination, one Portland school seems to have gone off the deep end by suggesting peanut butter and jelly sandwiches carry...