There are over 8 million abandoned homes in Japanese suburbs, according to The Japan Times.  If you are a struggling American millennial: you could theoretically move to Japan because the sushi’s fresh, cost of living is low, and the government is giving away free homes.  What is driving the government to give away these homes? Well,Read More →

Core provisions of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, were ruled unconstitutional by a Texas judge on Friday following a lawsuit brought by a group of Republican attorneys general from 20 states against Democratic attorneys general from 14 states led by California’s Xavier Becerra. According to court documents (below) US DistrictRead More →

By Aaron Kesel WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange underwent a series of medical exams, Ecuador’s top attorney Inigo Salvador said. Salvador told reporters Ecuador did not have access to the results of the tests as doctors are forbidden from sharing patient information in the UK. A lawyer for AssangeRead More →

Authored by James Fite via Liberty Nation, California is considering a bill to take the right to bear arms away from those convicted of “serious alcohol-related crimes.” California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) has an idea to help keep the good citizens of the Golden State safe: Disarm theRead More →