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Monthly Archives: June 2011
This is what one of our “Highly Revered Educational Institutions” decided was a relevant research study and one that should be published: Source: http://www.hks.harvard.edu/fs/dyanagi/Research/FourthOfJuly.pdf And here is Red States’s take on the study: http://www.redstate.com/moe_lane/2011/06/30/fourth-of-july-republican-breeding-ground/
Like a number of people I will miss Glenn Beck at 5:00 P.M., but as with the world, Fox moves on. Fox News has announced summer plans for their Five PM hour, soon to be left vacant by Glenn Beck’s departure … Continue reading
IMMIGRATION PROTESTORS STORM THE RNC HEADQUARTERS, DEMAND GOP POLICY CHANGES Wednesday, the Republican National Committee headquarters was under siege, as pro-amnesty proponents stormed in and demanded that the GOP dramatically alter its immigration policies (Meredith Jessup also covered this on the blog … Continue reading
The western organizations that agitate for Hamas are preparing for the next Flotilla circus, in which they plan to breach Israel’s blockade of Hamasistan (aka Gaza). This 15-ship fleet includes a vessel that will carry 36 American leftists. The ship is … Continue reading
CLEMMONS, N.C. — A veteran of the Iraq war said his medals, ribbons and an officer’s sword were stolen during a break-in at his Clemmons home. Seth Newman and his family moved into the home just three weeks ago. He … Continue reading
The U.S. government intentionally sells assault weapons to Mexican drug cartels. Those cartels use those weapons to kill, among others, a U.S. law enforcement officer. The White House deflects questions on the subject. The director of the Bureau of Alcohol, … Continue reading
The Tea Party Express, a political action committee based in California, will begin its fifth cross-country tour bus expedition in Napa on Aug. 27, the conservative group announced Wednesday. The journey will include 29 stops for conservative rallies, culminating in … Continue reading
ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan — Osama bin Laden was out of touch with the younger generation of al-Qaida commanders, and they often didn’t follow his advice during the years he was in hiding in northern Pakistan, U.S. and Pakistani officials nom say. … Continue reading
W.H. dumps ‘secret shopper’ survey of docs The Obama administration will not move forward om a controversial proposal to have “secret shoppers” pose as patients to investigate how difficult it is for patients to receive primary care. “On April 28th, … Continue reading
Sen. Ron Johnson may be new to town, but he’s channeling his freshman vigor via the most old-school of approaches: a traditional filibuster. The Wisconsin Republican took to the floor Tuesday to protest Congress’ failure to approve a budget, dismissing President … Continue reading