Monthly Archives: March, 2013

Appeals court to hear Obamacare challenge

A Denver federal appeals court has granted a request for a full-court hearing in a legal challenge to a  contraception mandate in the U.S. healthcare reform law.  The 10th  U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday granted a request for Hobby Lobby Stores INC, to expedite the case because the company would face a daily …

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Kelly Warns GOP: Don’t Block Senate Debate, Vote on Gun Control Legislation

Since when can he tell anyone what not to do?  One of the main gun control advocates, Mark Kelly warned Republican senators Sunday that trying to block a vote on new firearms  legislation that includes universal background checks could hurt their  re-election efforts.

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Group wants to give guns to the poor

Cities across the country and having gun buybacks, to get weapons off the street, which are failures, since criminals aren’t giving up their guns.  One man now has formed a group whose goal it is to do the opposite.  He calls his plan the “Armed Citizen Project,” and it aims to provide guns to poor …

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TSA agents at Newark spared from firings after violations

There are a number of TSA agents who faced dismissal for not following screening procedures ended up with suspensions instead.  Back in October the TSA announced that 44 employees were facing punishments ranging from termination to suspension after they were caught on surveillance cameras not following procedures and 25 of those employees were in the process …

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DHS continues to buy pricey ammo despite budget cuts

The DHS continues to spend more and more on pricey hollow-point bullets for law-enforcement officers — even as it plans  to enforce furloughs and other cuts on Customs and Border Protection employees  due to sequestration.  The DHS plans to buy  than 1.6 billion rounds over the next five years for training and on-duty  purposes.

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Veterans fight changes to disability payments

Veterans groups are joining forces to fight any changes to disability payments as the federal government attempts to address its long-term  debt problem. They say they’ve sacrificed already.  As it stands now, the benefits are adjusted according to inflation, but Obama wants to change that.  He wants to slow the growth rate.

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Obama’s Economic Plan: Billions in Public Projects

And Obama’s spending continues.  Well, on Friday, Obama walked into the mouth of a giant tunnel in Miami on Friday to highlight proposals to boost investment in U.S. infrastructure, a move designed to show a leader still focused on the economy in the midst of broader policy battles in Washington.

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Striking subsidies could save billions

After the Kimmie Candy Company moved back to the US from South Korea, it is now making between $4 million – $5 million a year in Nevada.  But there’s a problem.  Owner Joe Dutra says he has discovered that he was paying up to 90% more for sugar in the last few years.

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Rand Paul blasts Hollywood over gun control

At least someone has the guts to stand up the the Hollywood perverts and Obama lovers.  Sen Rand Paul pointed out the hypocracy that the same Hollywood celebrities and prominent politicians — including  President Barack Obama and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg — who are  calling for gun control are also benefiting from armed …

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Rep. Young apologizes for ‘wetback’ remark

How many times have you been called names by a minority, yet turned away, without demanding an apology?  Well we don’t do that anymore, as instead, following Lord Obama’s example, we are constantly apologizing as what we say offends someone.  Rep Don Young of Alaska has apologized for referring to Latino workers on his family …

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