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  • Study: Most Americans Would Exchange Personal Info for Personalized Cars

     
    A new study suggests the majority of Americans would be willing to divulge personal information, including their own fingerprints, if it personalized their car ??? and nearly two in three would ride in a self-driving car. San Jose, Calif.-based Cisco........
  • Paul Greenberg: The fix is in

    Like an old trouper trying to find a new audience for his same old show, our president and thespian-in-chief is giving it a game try. Consider the press conference he gave the day after the results of this year's midterm elections were in -- and so many...
  • Dazzling St. Petersburg

    Dazzling St. Petersburg
    The last time I visited St. Petersburg, in the 1990s, the Russian city was gray and depressing. But during a recent visit, I found a town that sparkles. Three hundred years ago, St. Petersburg was a dismal swampland. But that was before Tsar Peter I --...
  • Obama spreads the blame around for ISIS rise

    "No one should be ashamed to admit they are wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that they are wiser today than they were yesterday." -- Alexander Pope President Obama is known for wanting to "spread the wealth around," but he has now gone a...
  • Obama's fatherhood stance confounds liberals

    Obama's fatherhood stance confounds liberals
    President Barack Obama had better watch himself. If he keeps talking like he did Friday at Hyde Park Academy in Chicago, he might be mistaken for former Vice President Dan Quayle. In a speech about urban gun violence, Obama targeted truant fathers for...
  • Barack Obama: The fall

    Barack Obama: The fall
    — Fate is fickle, power cyclical, and nothing is new under the sun. Especially in Washington, where after every election the losing party is sagely instructed to confess sin, rend garments and rethink its principles lest it go the way of the Whigs....
  • Will Obama launch a drone attack on U.S. soil?

    Will Obama launch a drone attack on U.S. soil?
    Who would have thought that within President Barack Obama beats the heart of a civil rights antediluvian? Could Obama, beloved of the American Civil Liberties Union, be guilty of harboring thoughts of calling down a fatal drone attack on an American...
  • Buying a gun is simple, practice counts

    Buying a gun is simple, practice counts
    The chatter in the aftermath of the Aurora, Colo., movie theater massacre that left 12 dead and dozens injured has gone something like this: The shooter should've never had access to a weapon. Or, things could have turned out differently if an armed hero...
  • Identity theft hits close to home

    Now it's my turn to be a statistic. Not that kind. I'm still here and writing. So far, anyway. Let me check my in-box -- nope, no pink slip. So where was I? Oh, right. A statistic. Add me to the thousands of victims of identity theft (313,982...
  • TSA reforms are urgently needed

    TSA reforms are urgently needed
    Now that the fury has quieted over those touchy-feely pat-downs and body scans, it's time to turn up the volume on how to truly reform airport security. The U.S. Travel Association, the tourism industry's key Washington lobbying group, did just that this...
  • So many of us are armed and we're not any safer

    So many of us are armed and we're not any safer
    It was just eight months ago when our cowboy-boot-wearing governor was urging Florida to be more like Texas in every way. We heard a lot of that from Rick Scott, who loves to show off his custom Houston-made boots emblazoned with "45th Governor."...