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Don’t Buy ObamaCare Insurance Just Because the Government Tells You To

Don’t Buy ObamaCare Insurance Just Because the Government Tells You To

on November 2, 2013, 8:33 AM / in National News, News

Follow Rep. Steve Stockman’s lead! For over three years, Gun Owners of America has been warning Americans about the dangers of ObamaCare. While more and more Americans continue to learn about the unintentional “glitches” populating the ObamaCare website, they are also discovering the INTENTIONAL dangers the new law poses for gun owners. The news about these problems continues to spread, […]

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Belgium considering new euthanasia law for kids

Belgium considering new euthanasia law for kids

on November 1, 2013, 9:38 AM / in National News, News

Maria Cheng  The Associated Press Should children have the right to ask for their own deaths? In Belgium, where euthanasia is now legal for people over the age of 18, the government is considering extending it to children — something that no other country has done. The same bill would offer the right to die to adults with early dementia. […]

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Deputy Sangster now on paid leave

Deputy Sangster now on paid leave

on November 1, 2013, 6:00 AM / in Local News, News

According to the Jackson Sun and Nichole Manna: The attorney for Deputy Sharon Sangster said she has been put on administrative leave with pay from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office following an order of protection granted against Sheriff David Woolfork. Attorney Deborah Godwin asked that Sangster be given paid leave after a Memphis judged granted her the order of protection […]

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The Assault on Integrity

The Assault on Integrity

on October 31, 2013, 7:26 AM / in National News, News

Protection of the consumer against “dishonest and unscrupulous business practices” has become a cardinal ingredient of welfare statism. Left to their own devices, it is alleged, businessmen would attempt to sell unsafe food and drugs, fraudulent securities and shoddy buildings. Thus, it is argued, the Pure Food and Drug Administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the numerous building regulatory […]

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If the GOP Won’t, We Will Get It Done for Cuccinelli

If the GOP Won’t, We Will Get It Done for Cuccinelli

on October 31, 2013, 7:15 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Hello! GOP! Anybody home? In case you guys in DC do not know, there’s a gubernatorial race happening in Virginia in a week. While our guy Conservative Republican Ken Cuccinelli is amazingly holding his own, in terms of campaign spending, the Democrats are kicking our butts. Meanwhile, We the People, grassroots across America are passionately engaged and have made the […]

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Weighing Watt

Weighing Watt

on October 31, 2013, 6:36 AM / in National News, News

  From the Hill Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.), who has been nominated to head up the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), will face his first hurdle on Thursday. The White House, Democrats and housing industry advocates are urging Senate Republicans to cobble together enough votes to end debate on his nomination and give Watt a shot at overseeing Fannie Mae and […]

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Pro-life Cuccinelli rallies in polls against Planned Parenthood-backed McAuliffe in Virginia race

Pro-life Cuccinelli rallies in polls against Planned Parenthood-backed McAuliffe in Virginia race

on October 31, 2013, 6:30 AM / in National News, News

by Kirsten Andersen RICHMOND, October 30, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An upset victory may be within reach for pro-life Republican underdog Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor race, according to two new polls. A Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday shows heavily-funded, Planned Parenthood-backed Terry McAuliffe up by only four points in the race for Virginia governor, slashing by two-thirds the lead a […]

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Huge population control sign in Indiana school hallway: ‘It’s up to you – no more than two’

Huge population control sign in Indiana school hallway: ‘It’s up to you – no more than two’

on October 31, 2013, 6:21 AM / in National News, News

by Kirsten Andersen BRAZIL, Ind., October 30, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Fr. John Hollowell, a Catholic priest, was initially pleased when he saw the sign in the hallway of his local public high school.  Stretched prominently above a row of lockers, the bright yellow banner proclaimed “Zero Population Growth” in large letters. “At first when I walked past the sign I […]

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Does APHIS have authority to enact this rule?

Does APHIS have authority to enact this rule?

on October 31, 2013, 6:15 AM / in National News, News

This piece was primarily written by SAOVA so that it could be included with letters to Congress. You can find the link on the SAOVA web site if you’d like to include it with your own letter: http://www.saova.org/APHIS_authority.html APHIS issued the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking May 16, 2012. The final rule was published in the federal register September 18, 2013 […]

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Nashville Sounds hire Waller lobbyists for ballpark debate

Nashville Sounds hire Waller lobbyists for ballpark debate

on October 31, 2013, 5:00 AM / in News, State News

(Editor’s Note: Be prepared council, the big guns are coming) The Nashville Sounds’ ownership group, MFP Baseball, has hired the government relations team at law firm Waller – led by attorney James Weaver – to lobby the Metro Council for a new, 10,000-seat baseball stadium at the historic Sulphur Dell site. Weaver, who declined to comment when reached this afternoon, […]

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Campaigns begin 1 year from abortion referendum

Campaigns begin 1 year from abortion referendum

on October 31, 2013, 5:00 AM / in News, State News

By ERIK SCHELZIG — Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Anti-abortion rights activists are planning a high-dollar fundraiser next week to kick off their campaign for a constitutional amendment next fall that would give lawmakers more power to restrict access to abortions. Republican state Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey is hosting a reception and dinner at a Nashville hotel Monday to support […]

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State Closing Chattanooga Driver’s License Reinstatement Center; Judge Bean Says It Will Cause Hardship

State Closing Chattanooga Driver’s License Reinstatement Center; Judge Bean Says It Will Cause Hardship

on October 30, 2013, 9:33 PM / in News, State News

Original Story The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced Wednesday it is “making a more efficient use of its resources in southeastern Tennessee by reassigning staff at the Chattanooga Driver License Reinstatement Center to serve citizens at other driver services centers in the Chattanooga area that issue new and replacement licenses.” The restructuring of resources means the Chattanooga […]

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NTSB probes plane crash undiscovered for hours

NTSB probes plane crash undiscovered for hours

on October 30, 2013, 9:28 PM / in News, State News

By Lucas L. Johnson of Associated Press Weather may have played a part in the crash of a Cessna 172 plane in Tennessee early Tuesday morning. NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday it’s investigating whether dense fog played a role in the deadly crash of a small plane at a Tennessee airport, where the wreckage went undiscovered for […]

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New judge appointed to hear Woolfork appeal

New judge appointed to hear Woolfork appeal

on October 30, 2013, 8:45 AM / in Local News, News

If you don’t like the way it turned out… you can always asked again… till you find the right one to agree…. the county government had best ask fast…….. Madison County Court Clerk Kathy Blount said Senior Judge Paul Summers, who is based in Davidson County, was appointed Tuesday to preside over the appeal of an order of protection issued […]

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Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court

Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court

on October 30, 2013, 8:03 AM / in National News, News

Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court Ask your Senator to oppose the gun-hating nominee, Robert Wilkins The Senate Judiciary Committee will soon begin the first step in taking anti-gun judges and “court-packing” them into what is widely regarded as the nation’s second-most-important court — the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. And, unlike anti-gun judges […]

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Colorado 7th Graders, Parents, Required To Take “Righty/Lefty” Survey

Colorado 7th Graders, Parents, Required To Take “Righty/Lefty” Survey

on October 30, 2013, 6:45 AM / in National News, News

This article comes to us via StandUpfortheTruth.com website. Today we received an email from one of our Stand Up For The Truth listeners about a very disturbing assignment given in the Aurora Public School District in Colorado: “Attached is an assignment given to my 12-year-old great-nephew in his 7th grade social studies class. It is an outrage, and I’m so […]

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Man Accidentally Tries to Rob Bank Thanks to Concern over Concealed Carry Holder

Man Accidentally Tries to Rob Bank Thanks to Concern over Concealed Carry Holder

on October 30, 2013, 6:02 AM / in National News, News

By Nick Leghorn   Original Post Kudos to Sipsey Street Irregular’s for the heads up. It’s a Saturday afternoon in Connecticut and you’re out running errands when you decide to pop into the bank. You walk in and notice that there’s a guy with a gun hanging around the place. Being in Connecticut, you’ve been conditioned to see “gun” and think […]

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Metro pulled out his flowers, but guerrilla gardener pops back up in Dupont Circle

Metro pulled out his flowers, but guerrilla gardener pops back up in Dupont Circle

on October 29, 2013, 12:39 PM / in National News, News

View Photo Gallery — Guerrilla gardener returns to Dupont Circle: Seeking “artistic closure,” guerrilla gardener Henry Docter manages to install a large cube filled with comments about his phantom plantings at the Dupont Metro Circle station. By Michelle Boorstein, It was short and dramatic, but on Sunday, the Phantom Planter got his revenge. Early this summer, guerrilla gardener Henry Docter surreptitiously […]

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What would you tell your child?

What would you tell your child?

on October 29, 2013, 10:00 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Next week, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) — a radical bill that seeks to put transgenders in classrooms — is coming before the U.S. Senate.  You did not misread that sentence: ENDA would force schools to keep and hire transgendered teachers in classrooms with children as young as 6 years old. Parents have the sole right to make decisions as […]

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Ex-congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. checks in to famous federal prison in NC

Ex-congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. checks in to famous federal prison in NC

on October 29, 2013, 8:50 AM / in National News, News

By M. Alex Johnson, Staff Writer, NBC News Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., reported to one of the cushiest federal prisons Monday to begin his 2½-year sentence for stealing $750,000 in campaign funds to pay for high-end swag like vacations, furs and even one of Michael Jackson’s hats. Jackson, the son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., a  two-time […]

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