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Monthly Archives: December 2012
1 January 1698 – The Abenaki Indians and Massachusetts colonists sign a treaty halting hostilities between the two. 1776 – Virginia Governor Dunmore orders the shelling of the garrison at Norfolk. 1780 – American patriots conduct a continuing guerrilla campaign … Continue reading
The U.S. government on Monday officially reached it $16.4 trillion borrowing limit, a grim reminder of the state of the country’s finances. Reaching the limit sets up another dispute between the White House and Congress over taxes and spending in … Continue reading
31 December 1775 – George Washington ordered recruiting officers to accept free blacks into the army. 1783 – Import of African slaves was banned by all of the Northern American states. 1815 – George Gordon Meade (d.1872), Union general, was … Continue reading
In an attempt to seize total control over national security and bypass congress, a frightening new step by the Obama Administration is coming into play. As noted in Friday’s Wall Street Journal in an op-ed by John Bolton and John … Continue reading
Let it be known, that the current President of the United States, Barack Obama, and the Congress of the United States, along with all the liberal supporters of this government, represent a “Clear and Present Danger” to the Republic of … Continue reading
GOP ‘rock star’ named ‘Woman of the Year’……Honor goes to God-fearing, gun-loving champion of Constitution
WASHINGTON – For her extraordinary dedication to America’s founding principles and steadfast defense of the Constitution, WND has named Rep. Michele Bachmann 2012 “Woman of the Year.” Bachmann is a gutsy, pro-life fiscal conservative who dared to vote against raising … Continue reading
30 December 1835 – Cherokees were forced to move across the Mississippi River after gold was discovered in Georgia. A minority faction of Cherokee agreed to the emigration of the whole tribe from their lands by signing the Treaty of … Continue reading
Washington YOU Have a problem, follow up to No Time Wasted: Dems Plan to Introduce High-Capacity Magazine Ban on First Day of Congressional Session . I don’t think anyone who reads AT was particularly surprised by the gun control temper tantrum liberals … Continue reading
29 December 1778 – British troops, attempting a new strategy to defeat the colonials in America, captured Savannah, the capital of Georgia. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, the 17th president of the United States who succeeded Lincoln (1865-1869), was born in … Continue reading
No Time Wasted: Dems Plan to Introduce High-Capacity Magazine Ban on First Day of Congressional Session
House Democrats will waste no time pushing gun control legislation and plan to introduce a bill to ban the production of high-capacity magazines on the first day of the next congressional session, according to the office of Rep. Diana DeGette … Continue reading
Kerry & Hagel: Both unfit for duty……Exclusive: Gen. Patrick Brady rejects Obama candidates for top Cabinet posts.
By Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady, U.S. Army (ret.) As the nation recognizes the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, two veterans of that war are front-runners for high office: John Kerry for secretary of state and Chuck Hagel for secretary … Continue reading
An attorney for Hobby Lobby Stores said Thursday that the arts and crafts chain plans to defy a federal mandate requiring it to offer employees health coverage that includes access to the morning-after pill, despite risking potential fines of up … Continue reading
The New Year is just around the corner and although the Senate still hasn’t made a fiscal cliff deal, Senator Diane Feinstein already has parts of new gun control legislation ready to go. Two Sunday’s ago on NBC’s Meet the … Continue reading
A Washington attorney suing the Obama administration for access to alias emails sent by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson claims that a recent decision by the Justice Department to release thousands of those emails next month contributed to her resigning Thursday. … Continue reading
Even as news that Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) “Assault Weapon” ban is really a ban on some of the most popular civilian-owned handguns in the U.S., details of her promised legislation also show that it will require gun owners to register their … Continue reading
Sec. Clinton may have gotten out of testifying last week because of the concussion she sustained after fainting, but that doesn’t mean she’s in the clear on Benghazi just yet. The Washington Examiner has the details: Republican senators will refuse … Continue reading
WASHINGTON – Truth is, retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf didn’t care much for his popular “Stormin’ Norman” nickname. The seemingly no-nonsense Desert Storm commander’s reputed temper with aides and subordinates supposedly earned him that rough-and-ready moniker. But others around the … Continue reading
28 December 1846 – Iowa became the 29th state to be admitted to the Union. 1856 – Woodrow Wilson, 28th president of the United States (1912-1921), who brought the country into World War I, was born in Staunton, Va. He … Continue reading
With all the talk of the impending “fiscal cliff” and the Left and Lame Stream Media spreading propaganda about how the GOP doesn’t care for the children, poor people or the environment, I often wondered why the GOP, just doesn’t … Continue reading
Thomas Jefferson Defines and Presidents Uphold Constitution Thomas Jefferson was not in attendance during the meeting of the Constitutional Convention (he was inParis), but he was in close communication withMadisonand the other delegates. HOWEVER, he knew the Constitution. In a … Continue reading
The Destruction of the Constitution In 1933, a constitutional revolution began, there were not shots fired, no people killed, but a revolution just the same, the Constitution was amended, without the procedures as established in Article V. This amending came … Continue reading
Individual Income Taxes and Payroll Taxes make up 81% of Total Tax Revenue. That’s 81% from you and I, along with our employers and small businesses. In 2013 it is going to get even worse. The 2013 Federal Income Tax … Continue reading
27 December 1777 – Floating mines intended for use against British Fleet found in Delaware River. 1814 – Destruction of schooner Carolina, the last of Commodore Daniel Patterson’s make-shift fleet that fought a series of delaying actions that contributed to … Continue reading
It’s extremely hard to lose a government job, even when your poor performance results in the deaths of other Americans under your responsibility. Despite claims that heads were rolling after a report identified egregious security lapses in Benghazi, it appears … Continue reading