By Jason Stverak | For the Washington Examiner
WASHINGTON, D.C. — This past December, federal judge Marco Hernandez of Oregon issued a ruling in the libel trial of Obsidian Finance Group v. Cox that has dangerous First Amendment implications.
Hernandez ruled that blogger Crystal Cox was not entitled to the same protection under media shield laws that [...]
By Frank Keegan | Watchdog.org
WASHINGTON D.C. — They know they’re trillions of dollars in the hole for false government pension promises, and that tax increases required to fill it are politically impossible, so state and local government union groups Wednesday proposed a two-pronged attack on beleaguered private-sector workers and businesses.
The National Conference on Public Employee [...]
By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS
A new, easier way to vote in Morgantown has raised a few eyebrows, but experts say it could increase voter turnout and save money for the city.
Morgantown City Council voted 4-3 on Jan. 4 for a vote-by-mail pilot program for their municipal elections. According to WBOY the program was questioned by citizens [...]