Candice Lanier

Journalist, blogger, contributor to various publications including Human Events, RedState, Red Pill Report, World Threats and WIIS Israel. Business Science & Technology Editor for the Minority Report. Founder of Front Lines Blog and Candice Lanier's Tech News.
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What To Expect In 2014: Obamacare, Immigration Reform, Budget Battles & More

Obamacare, Medicaid & Medicare In 2014, an expansion of Medicaid, with an increased cost burden for taxpayers, is expected. This is according to the Kaiser Family Foundation which has also projected Obamacare adding another 20 millionnew Medicaid dependents. It is estimated this expansion will add an average of 13% in costs to state budgets in … Continue reading

Election 2014: Key Races, Tea Party Candidates & The Odds of the GOP Retaking The Senate

In order to retake control of the U.S. Senate, Republicans need to net a six-seat pickup. In the House, Democrats will have to net a gain of 17 seats in order to obtain majority control. Seven key races in each chamber: SENATE •ALASKA: Tea Party candidate Joe Miller is expected to be one of three … Continue reading

Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases Submitted From People Across the Country

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases From People Across the Country Cypress, CA October 23, 2013 A new website addresses the increasingly prevalent issue of premium increases due to The Affordable Care Act. SkyrocketingPremiums.Com utilizes actual cases sent in from those impacted by Obamacare. Site visitors are … Continue reading

Supreme Court To Rule On Whether Forced Unionization Violates Constitution

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving forced unionization in Illinois. The Mackinac Center Legal Foundation ( MCLF) and two other organizations requested that the Court hear the case. The MCLF, along with The Cato Institute and the National Federation of Independent Business, have filed an amicus brief. The case was filed … Continue reading

In an Attempt to Prevent a Gun Registry NRA & ACLU Team Up to Battle NSA

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed an amicus brief on behalf of Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) against the National Security Agency (NSA). Sensenbrenner is the author of the original Patriot Act The case against the NSA was initiated by the ACLU. According to Sensenbrenner, it was never the intent of Congress for the Patriot … Continue reading

Project Red Leaf – Growing Conservative Voters on US College Campuses

Project Red Leaf’s objective is to grow a conservative voter base on college campuses across the United States. It is based on the belief that increasing the number of registered conservative voters on college campuses will positively impact local, state, and national elections, giving conservatives a better chance of winning or retaining seats. Project Red … Continue reading

FBI Releases Threat Alerts For Computer Users

The FBI has issued a warning regarding spear-phishing email which has the appearance of being sent from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The subject of the e-mail is “Search for Missing Children,” but attached to the email is a .zip file containing 3 malicious files. The FBI is reminding email recipients to … Continue reading

As Erosion of Free Speech Continues 34% Feel First Amendment Guarantees Too Many Rights

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has adopted a new “Free Speech and Campus Civility” policy, which essentially disregards the First Amendment. Though initially the document espouses the benefits of free speech, it abruptly launches into an assault on the First Amendment rights of the FAU community. “What we do insist on, however, is that everyone in … Continue reading

US Army Sergeant Who Killed 16 Afghan Civilians Was On Controversial Drug Prescribed By The Army

Though it took over a year for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to finally do so, the regulatory agency has issued a stern warning regarding serious neurological and psychiatric side effects associated with mefloquine hydrochloride, a controversial antimalarial drug. This was the medication prescribed, by the Army, for Sergeant Robert Bales. Last year, while … Continue reading

FAA Pilot Registry Has Discrepancies Hindering Terror Checks of Foreign Applicants

  It has come to the attention of the Transportation Department’s Inspector General that U.S. registries of pilots and aircraft contain incomplete data. This missing information could prove detrimental when it comes to screening for terrorists. The lack of information can also interfere with investigations of aviation accidents. The report also illuminates the fact that … Continue reading

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