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Beating Nazis Faster Than Development of Obamacare Website

Beating Nazis Faster Than Development of Obamacare Website

on November 11, 2013, 6:31 AM / in National News, News

Testifying on October 30 before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the cost to date of the federal government’s malfunctioning HealthCare.gov website is $174 million — “about $118 million on the website itself and about $56 million has been expended on other IT to support the web.” And it still didn’t work, […]

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Vast Majority Want to Audit the Federal Reserve, Poll Shows

Vast Majority Want to Audit the Federal Reserve, Poll Shows

on November 11, 2013, 6:27 AM / in National News, News

Just one in 10 American adults is opposed to auditing the shadowy Federal Reserve, with an overwhelming 74 percent supporting an audit of the controversial central bank, according to a new poll released by Rasmussen. While the banking cartel-run institution has hired lobbyists and unleashed various gimmicks to improve its image and protect its cloak of secrecy from Congress and […]

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Senator to block Obama’s nominations over Benghazi

Senator to block Obama’s nominations over Benghazi

on November 11, 2013, 6:17 AM / in National News, News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on Sunday said he will try to block White House nominations for key jobs until he gets more information on last year’s attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, even after a TV network pulled back from a story on the attack that Graham had cited. Graham has threatened to block President Barack […]

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U.S. lawmakers aim to tighten sanctions to spur Iran talks

U.S. lawmakers aim to tighten sanctions to spur Iran talks

on November 11, 2013, 6:11 AM / in National News, News

By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON, Nov 10 (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers said on Sunday they aim to tighten sanctions on Iran to ensure the Obama administration does not give away too much in a planned deal to stop Tehran’s nuclear development program. The remarks are further evidence of the skepticism the Obama administration faces at home and abroad in its efforts […]

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White House urges Congress to regain U.S. UNESCO vote

White House urges Congress to regain U.S. UNESCO vote

on November 11, 2013, 6:06 AM / in National News, News

Good News…. every once and a while Congress does the right thing….. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House national security adviser Susan Rice on Saturday urged Congress to allow the United States to regain its vote at the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, which it lost for not paying dues. “Shameful that US has lost its vote at #UNESCO,” […]

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Why Every Robot Should Love the Senate’s New Minimum Wage Bill

Why Every Robot Should Love the Senate’s New Minimum Wage Bill

on November 11, 2013, 6:00 AM / in National News, News

By Jordan Weissmann Reuters President Obama is reportedly ready to back Senate legislation that would up the federal minimum wage to $10 an hour and allow it to automatically rise with the cost of living. While the bill is bound to be politely ignored in the House, it’s a sign that if the Democrats ever control both Congress and the […]

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Academic Cesspools

Academic Cesspools

on November 11, 2013, 6:00 AM / in Opinion

By Walter E. Williams Over the past 10 years, I have written columns variously titled “Academic Cesspools,” “Academic Dishonesty,” “The Shame of Higher Education,” “Academic Rot” and “Indoctrination of Our Youth.” Therefore, I was not surprised by David Feith’s April 5th Wall Street Journal article, “The Golf Shot Heard Round the Academic World.” In it, Feith tells of a golf […]

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INJUNCTION? – – “AND NOW THE REST OF THE STORY”

INJUNCTION? – – “AND NOW THE REST OF THE STORY”

on November 10, 2013, 11:16 AM / in National News, News

The following is a response to those who have expressed the belief that any effort to oppose implementation of the USDA Retail Pet Store Rule is doomed to failure and should be opposed. The Injunction Action will not assert that the USDA does not have the right to publish a Rule that implements the Animal Welfare Act (AWA). The Injunction […]

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City Commission defers spay and neuter ordinance, changes sought in wording

City Commission defers spay and neuter ordinance, changes sought in wording

on November 10, 2013, 11:10 AM / in News, State News

Gary B. Gray / Johnson City Press Original Post City commissioners on Thursday deferred a vote on a spay and neuter ordinance after more than an hourlong debate and a late request by Mayor Ralph Van Brocklin that some language be changed to reflect a more complete fix. The vote was 4-1 to defer on a second reading, with Commissioner […]

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Grand Theft Obama: The Biggest Heist in U.S. History

Grand Theft Obama: The Biggest Heist in U.S. History

on November 10, 2013, 11:07 AM / in National News, News

If enough people really want to STOP this theft of our nation then it is imperative that they REPENT – Turn their backs on the EVIL ONES – and turn their faces and hearts towards God.  We are in this mess due to the rebellion of the People against God and they (we) are now paying the consequences of that […]

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Barry the Bastard Child

Barry the Bastard Child

on November 10, 2013, 11:01 AM / in Opinion

It amazes me that so few are willing to acknowledge that Obama/Soetoro/ ???? has been ILLEGITIMATE since birth and everything in his life has been based upon ILLEGITIMACY.  He has no concept of *Legitimate*. There has never been a legitimate marriage certificate provided between his mother or the man claimed to be his father (that is also in question).  Barry […]

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How to Be Your Own Central Banker

How to Be Your Own Central Banker

on November 10, 2013, 10:58 AM / in National News, News

by David Franklin ‘Fedspeak’ was first used to describe the long, often vague statements by Alan Greenspan on changes in Federal Reserve policy. In fact, Greenspan claims opaque answers to straight forward questions were part of the job as he did not want to make markets overreact. In his words, “What tends to happen is your syntax collapses… All of […]

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LESSONS FROM A SERIAL KILLER

LESSONS FROM A SERIAL KILLER

on November 10, 2013, 6:00 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Written to His Family by Ivy Scarborough I have just been watching the court proceedings on the BTK killer who is openly answering questions from the judge about his rapes and murders of innumerable families. I have been struck by certain characteristics of this which I want you to pay attention to. In each case the individual or family member […]

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S. 815 moves the House

S. 815 moves the House

on November 9, 2013, 10:44 AM / in National News, News

If you haven’t heard, the Gay Bill of Special Rights just passed in the Senate for the first time ever on Thursday. 10 Republicans voted for it as well as 52 Democrats and 2 independents. Senator John Barrasso (R WY) did not vote And now it is headed to the House — your last chance to stop it. Obama is […]

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PREPARE FOR GRID EXII Expected NOV 13-14 -2013

PREPARE FOR GRID EXII Expected NOV 13-14 -2013

on November 9, 2013, 9:24 AM / in National News, News

I have received many emails about this coming *power grid shutdown*.  I have no way of knowing if this is really going to happen or not – the only ones who would know would be those who plan it.  I have purposely not sent out any posts on this topic for that very reason –  is this just another diversion […]

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Solid Concepts unveils first 3D-printed metal gun, a full-size .45 ACP 1911 (VIDEO)

Solid Concepts unveils first 3D-printed metal gun, a full-size .45 ACP 1911 (VIDEO)

on November 9, 2013, 8:46 AM / in National News, News

Solid Concepts is taking 3D printing over a threshold with their just-announced 3D printed stainless steel handgun. A 1911, the Solid Concepts pistol is chambered for full-power centerfire .45 ACP cartridges. The company is out to prove a point, that 3D printing has reached a level of maturity and precision that they can make a traditional firearm with the leading-edge […]

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POW/MIA Update: McCaskill to Introduce Measure Requiring Pentagon to ‘tackle this mess’

on November 9, 2013, 7:22 AM / in National News, News

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE OFFICE OF U.S. SENATOR CLAIRE MCASKILL POW/MIA Update: McCaskill (D- Missouri) to Introduce Measure Requiring Pentagon to ‘tackle this mess’ Senator who led Arlington effort will seek to amend annual defense bill, giving Defense Department one-year deadline to detail reforms WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, who led the effort to reform management of Arlington […]

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EPA Closure of Last Lead Smelting Plant to Impact Ammunition Production

EPA Closure of Last Lead Smelting Plant to Impact Ammunition Production

on November 8, 2013, 8:42 AM / in National News, News

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is not content to infringe on property rights; recent actions taken against the country’s last lead smelting facility will affect the right to keep and bear arms, as well, by substantially impacting the production of ammunition. As of December 31, 2013, the lead refining plant will close for good. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports: About […]

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Election Recap: Anti-Soda, Organic Activists Appear to Lose Big

Election Recap: Anti-Soda, Organic Activists Appear to Lose Big

on November 8, 2013, 8:36 AM / in National News, News

The folks over at The Center for Consumer Freedom  previewed ballot initiatives this week with an eye toward how they might change the politics of soda taxes and the scientifically pointless labeling of foods produced using biotechnology. Today, it looks like those politics did not change. Telluride, Colorado’s Measure 2A, a $1.28 per-gallon tax on soda, will lose by more […]

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Is America Being Deliberately Pushed Toward Civil War?

Is America Being Deliberately Pushed Toward Civil War?

on November 8, 2013, 8:26 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Sent by a dear friend, with whose comments I agree.  This is one of those “I wish I had written that” articles;  it cuts through the nonsense peddled as news (by all the major outlets, even Fox) that most people believe. (Just as an aside, I pray none of you reading this is still among the dwindling numbers of people […]

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