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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Challenging the city’s prohibition against anyone who is not a United States citizen from registering a handgun. (Is it not ironic, that you don’t have to prove that you are a citizen to get a drivers license and thus registering … Continue reading
Thanks Olnavyboy for the tip. Isn’t it interesting that this took place on the 9th, and they are just reporting it. I wonder how soon it would have been reported if it was whites after a black man….OM ABOUT 11 … Continue reading
The Obama administration on Monday cleared the way for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide in its 2011-12 term the president’s signature healthcare law that requires Americans to buy insurance or face a penalty. A Justice Department spokeswoman said it … Continue reading
Since Glenn Beck brought “Earth Summit – Agenda 21, The United Nation’s Programme of Action From Rio” (Agenda 21)  to America’s attention, the web has been a buzz. There have been websites, blogs and news articles by some who … Continue reading
The Energy Department has not disclosed any lobbying by the embattled solar energy company Solyndra, despite its K Street firm indicating it had contacted the department regarding the stimulus package. Under a policy first issued by the White House in … Continue reading
The indictment of a Chicago nurse accused of diverting hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer funds for her personal use has turned a spotlight on an Illinois state agency that awarded her money while it was headed by one … Continue reading
The Obama State Department and a George Soros-funded organization calling itself Global Integrity have launched an “Open Government” international initiative that should be a subject of late-night jokes. (Should be, but won’t…like everything with this regime, it will be ignored … Continue reading
Erdogan says Turkey will not allow weapons to flow into Syria, will stop shipments by land, sea, air; calls on Assad to stop military crackdown on citizens, does not ask Assad to step down. ANKARA – Turkey has seized a … Continue reading
Missing, presumed dead. After debuting with much fanfare last week, as Jim Geraghty notes, the site stopped updating on Sept. 12 and their last tweet (@AttackWatch) was a couple of days later. That must mean it worked. There are no more attacks on … Continue reading
President Barack Obama will raise money in early October with a Missouri businessman whose company benefited from a $107 million federal tax credit to develop a wind power facility in his state. Tom Carnahan, a scion of Missouri’s most prominent … Continue reading