Monthly Archives: April, 2012

DHS buys 450 million rounds of ammunition: shortage coming

Back in March, Alliant Techsystems, or ATK, made an anouncement they had been awarded a huge contract to produce up to 450 million rounds of .40 S&W caliber jacketed hollow point ammunition for the Departments of Homeland Security (HSA) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).  ATK is one of the largest suppliers to the …

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Jaun Williams: Condi Rice Could Be Game-Changing VP Pick

According to Fox News Consultant Juan Williams, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has emerged as a surprise and favored choice by potential GOP voters for Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate, and she would be “a political game changer.”  Williams emphasized that Rice would be the first African American woman on a major presidential …

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Former CIA officer: Obama, Pelosi ‘Reinventing The Truth’

A retired CIA officer, who oversaw the tough interrogation process using waterboarding and other techniques says his methods saved lives by thwarting plots against the United States.  On Sunday night’s 60 Minutes,  Jose Rodriguez also lashed out at President Barack Obama for calling waterboarding torture and criticizing its use, and at congressional Democrats like former House …

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Obama blames Republicans again

Seems our illustrious leader is on the attack again.  This time, Obama is rallying union workers by painting a bleak portrait of America’s infrastructure. He blames Republicans for focusing on tax cutting rather than creating jobs by updating and rebuilding highways, railroads and airports.

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Hollywood returning to Obama fold

The Hollywood liberals once again, have decided to back the Obamanut in his bid for re-election, but we expected that as most of Hollywood tends to endorse Democrats.  Obama is starting to lure Hollywood donors back into the fold after his decision earlier this year to side with Internet companies over an antipiracy measure angered …

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The Abuse at Oregon’s Coffee Creek Prison

The abuse of women prisoners at Oregon’s Coffee Creek prison has been an ongoing problem for many years.  There have been reports of managers cornering inmates and fondling them, to give just one example.  These abuse acts are illegal even if an inmate gives permission.  And abusive workers have used their positions of power over …

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Britain’s Rich Enjoying Record Wealth

It appears that the rich in Britain seem to be getting richer, and steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal is still the richest of them all, according to this year’s Sunday Times Rich List.  The billionaire was born in India, and topped the list for the seventh successive year with an estimated fortune of £12.7bn, despite also …

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Maine convent turns to the internet for recruitment

As Sister Elaine Lachance devoted herself to a religious life straight out of high school in 1959, her religious order had more than a dozen convents in the U.S. with nearly 260 sisters.  But today, the Good Shepherd Sisters of Quebec, based in Canada, has just five convents in Maine and Massachusetts with 56 sisters. …

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Missiles to be mounted on London homes

Olympic security for this summer’s games will have authorities mounting surface to air missiles on the roof of an East London block of homes, according to the British army.  The Ministry of defense has notified some 700 residents of the private gated development as many as 10 soldiers and police would be stationed on the …

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SEC rule leaves Wall Street donors wary

When it comes to donating to the political parties, Wall Street donors are being careful, thanks to tighter Security and Exchange Commission regulations enacted after pay-to-play scandals.  Wall Street investors are some of the biggest donors so far to all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign, have become cautious about contributing to Romney’s Victory Fund …

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