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Al-Qaeda assassins kill military intelligence official in Yemen

Al-Qaeda assassins kill military intelligence official in Yemen

on April 30, 2013, 7:22 AM / in National News, News

By: Jim Kouri Masked gunmen of the Yemen-based al-Qaeda affiliate attacked a high-ranking military intelligence official and shot him to death in Yemeni province of Hadramout on early Sunday morning, according to an Israeli police intelligence analyst who specializes in Islamic terrorism. According to Mordacai Ashur, two gunmen wearing masks and riding motorbikes fired at Col. Ahmed Abdul-Razzak, the director […]

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In Praise Of The Internet Sales Tax

In Praise Of The Internet Sales Tax

on April 30, 2013, 7:13 AM / in National News, News
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Ron Paul Statement on Internet Tax Mandate

Ron Paul Statement on Internet Tax Mandate

on April 29, 2013, 2:33 PM / in National News, News

By Megan Stiles on April 26, 2013  in National Blog SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Today, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul released the following statement concerning S.743, the “Marketplace Fairness Act.” “Calling something the Marketplace Fairness Act doesn’t make it fair any more than the Affordable Care Act makes health care affordable or the Patriot Act makes us more patriotic. This […]

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Top 10 Ways to get Slandered by the Left

Top 10 Ways to get Slandered by the Left

on April 29, 2013, 2:29 PM / in National News, News

Posted  by Joe Wurzelbacher Sociopaths very rarely have cohesive thoughts which can be used in debate or discussion. They simply attack you if you disagree with them. It’s kind of their deal, and forms the core of why people tend to steer clear of, make no eye contact with, or interact with insane or unstable individuals. Most of these poor […]

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California Food Police Rise Again

on April 29, 2013, 10:18 AM / in National News, News

From our friends at the Center for Consumer Freedom In California — the land of dubious ballot initiatives, prohibitionist stealth taxes, and 9.4 percent unemployment — a legislative committee has chosen to ignore the results of two local votes and press forward to add a $1.28 per gallon tax to soft drinks. The state Senate Committee on Governance and Finance […]

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Christian florist fighting for her faith, belief in traditional marriage

on April 29, 2013, 9:59 AM / in National News, News

Try a little experiment here and see how this plays out when the shoe is placed on the other foot. A Christian couple (white – male and female couple) enter a business and are asking for something the Sodomites absolutely oppose. The Sodomites turn the couple down based on their *beliefs*  – how do you think the ACLU and the […]

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A Great Man Has Fallen by Chuck Baldwin

A Great Man Has Fallen by Chuck Baldwin

on April 29, 2013, 9:49 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

This column is archived here. There are five men who are called “great” in the Holy Scriptures. One of them is a man by the name of Abner. Upon hearing the news of Abner’s death, King David said, “Know ye not that there is a prince and a great man fallen this day in Israel?” My column today is dedicated […]

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Sanford, Colbert Busch debate for first time

Sanford, Colbert Busch debate for first time

on April 29, 2013, 9:33 AM / in National News, News

By BRUCE SMITH Associated Press CHARLESTON, S.C. – Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert, after sparring from a distance for weeks, finally face off Monday in the pitched race for the state’s vacant 1st Congressional District seat. The two meet Monday evening at The Citadel in a debate sponsored by the Patch news service, the South […]

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Signposts on the Road to Decline

Signposts on the Road to Decline

on April 29, 2013, 9:17 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Bruce Thornton In late 1930 the Tory leadership in Britain’s governing coalition decided to back independence for India despite the increasing, vicious sectarian violence that graphically showed India was not yet ready for the British to leave. Later, historian A.L. Rowse would link partisan self-interest to the failure of nerve and collapse of morale that lay behind the policies […]

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CNN: Anthony Foxx to be next Secretary of Transportation.

CNN: Anthony Foxx to be next Secretary of Transportation.

on April 29, 2013, 9:12 AM / in National News, News

By: Moe Lane Anonymous sources have Anthony Foxx being chosen to be the replacement for current Secretary Ray LaHood; I don’t particularly expect much from Foxx, but then I didn’t particularly expect much from LaHood, either, which makes it all good. Foxx, for those who don’t remember, is the first-and-won’t-seek-a-second-term Mayor of Charlotte, NC; he’s apparently being ‘rewarded’ for the […]

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A Well That Never Runs Dry

A Well That Never Runs Dry

on April 29, 2013, 9:08 AM / in National News, News

By: Steve Maley Here we go again: In a press release from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the Obama Administration unabashedly takes credit for the nation’s surging oil and gas production, without a scintilla of evidence that any of their policies or proposals is actually responsible for said surge. As part of President Obama’s all-of-the-above energy strategy to continue […]

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Faith, love, and children

Faith, love, and children

on April 29, 2013, 9:04 AM / in National News, News

By: John Hayward President Obama became the first sitting president to address Planned Parenthood on Friday.  Not surprisingly, he didn’t have anything to say about Kermit Gosnell, or the wave of medical emergencies at abortion clinics, or the sex-selection abortions Live Action discovered at Planned Parenthood.  Obama didn’t even use the word “abortion” in his speech.  Abortion is so wonderful […]

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Report: Obama Spent Twice as Much Time on Vacation/Golf as Economy

Report: Obama Spent Twice as Much Time on Vacation/Golf as Economy

on April 29, 2013, 8:52 AM / in National News, News

by Wynton Hall According to a new report by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Institute (GAI), President Barack Obama has spent over twice as many hours on vacation and golf (976 hours) as he has in economic meetings of any kind (474.4 hours). The report, “Presidential Calendar: A Time-Based Analysis,” used the official White House calendar, Politico’s comprehensive presidential calendar, and […]

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The Future Of Micro Drones Could Get Downright Scary

The Future Of Micro Drones Could Get Downright Scary

on April 29, 2013, 8:41 AM / in National News, News

It’s been several years since the rumors and sightings of insect sized micro  drones started popping up around the world. Vanessa Alarcon was a college student when she attended a 2007 anti-war  protest in Washington, D.C. and heard someone shout, “Oh my God, look at  those.” “I look up and I’m like, ‘What the hell is that?’” she told  The […]

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Do You Think Its Any Different Today

on April 29, 2013, 6:02 AM / in National News, News

This was sent to me from Chris Holley in September in 2010. Do we believe this will not continue? American politics was the cause of this. A political gift from past policies. Any great nation throughout history has been great at making things. So if the United States continues to allow its manufacturing base to erode at a staggering pace […]

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Should We Honor Vietnam Veterans?

Should We Honor Vietnam Veterans?

on April 29, 2013, 5:49 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

by Laurence  M. Vance Perhaps it’s just my imagination, but it seems like the longer the United States military remains mired in Afghanistan, the more recognition is being given to Vietnam veterans. The U.S. Congress and some states have in the last few years issued resolutions declaring March 30th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.” March 30, 1973, is the date […]

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Food stamps for illegal aliens; Common Core repeal; Senate sells us out again & More

on April 26, 2013, 4:16 PM / in National News, News

By Devvy Kidd The items below will remain posted until  April 28, 2013 Last year, the unconstitutional food stamp program (federal level) cost we the people a whopping $80.4 BILLION BORROWED dollars. That’s $80.4 BILLION plus interest. The U.S. House, controlled by Republicans, can defund those programs in a NY second. Food stamps are domestic within the states of the […]

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Taxpayers again bilked by Obama green agenda: Watchdog

Taxpayers again bilked by Obama green agenda: Watchdog

on April 26, 2013, 4:00 PM / in National News, News

By: Jim Kouri In yet another of the Obama administration’s disastrous “environmentalist” investments, an Obama-favored electric car company is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy after securing nearly $200 million from the U.S. government to develop hybrid automobiles, according to a report on Wednesday by an Inside-the-Beltway watchdog group that investigates and exposes government corruption. Rep. Darrell Issa, the current […]

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NYTimes Confirms: Massive Fraud at USDA in Pigford; Breitbart Vindicated

NYTimes Confirms: Massive Fraud at USDA in Pigford; Breitbart Vindicated

on April 26, 2013, 2:31 PM / in National News, News

by Joel B Pollak The New York Times reported Friday that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has likely enabled massive fraud in the Pigford series of legal settlements, in which black, Hispanic, female and Native American farmers have claimed to be victims of past discrimination. The cost of the settlements, which could exceed $4.4 billion, is the result of a […]

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Will the Amnesty Bill Lead to Gun Confiscation in 2035?

Will the Amnesty Bill Lead to Gun Confiscation in 2035?

on April 26, 2013, 2:25 PM / in National News, News

Turning America “blue” could lead to California-style gun control “Immigration reform could be a bonanza for Democrats [and] cripple Republican prospects in many states they now win easily.” — Politico, April 22, 2013 In 1984, California was sufficiently conservative so that it cast its electoral votes for President Ronald Reagan. It was not fiercely pro-gun, but, then again, it wasn’t New York. […]

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