Here I thought California was at the forefront of legislation, taking the first stand, passing a law, then disbursing their decision to the other 49 states to be voted on. Uh, don't tell that to Governor Perry here in Texas.
It's stunning that on any given day, a new State law can pass, and we may never, ever hear about it. Unless of course, it makes a cameo television appearance, or has three lines appearing on page 7 of the local newspaper.
When you read about the laws on the books of each State, you may come across some doozies. For example, in South Dakota, you can't howl at a full moon, and in North Carolina, it is unlawful to bathe in a horse trough.
Boy, has education changed since I attended school. Can't recollect too much government interference about course curriculum and testing requirements. What I do remember, is the first bell sounding at 7:45 a.m., and the last bell at 3:20 p.m.
Need to raise funds for a worthwhile cause? There is only one man alive today who can master such a task, especially to a level so outrageously staggering. This person's name is none other than former President George W. Bush
When it comes to speaking his mind, Rock God Ted Nugent isn't shy about holding his tongue, and while Ted could care less, his staunch beliefs have sent off firestorms in Washington, D.C. For a lack of better words, in some political 'clicks', Nugent is considered a loudmouth of …