Monthly Archives: November, 2013

Arpaio causes controversy once again

The Huffington Post isn’t too pleased with the fact that Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his cost-cutting efforts with his county jail’s Thanksgiving Day menu. Advertisements

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TSA Program Hasn’t Caught One Terrorist

Actually, this is misleading, as Obummer and the left have caught terrorists – they call law abiding citizens whom challenge their agenda as terrorists. The amount spent by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) since 2007 on a program to identify suspicious airplane passengers: $900 million.

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If Obamacare website fails, Democrats will defect

They fear losing their congressional seats.  Democratic leaders have given the White House space to work out the problems with the Obamacare website, but if it isn’t right this time around, vulnerable Senate Democrats could distance themselves even more from the law they voted to pass.

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Even if website works, Obamacare could still be in trouble

The Obama Administration says that its healthcare website will soon be up and running this weekend.  But even if some Americans are able to sign up they still might not get the insurance. The problem is that the administration is behind schedule in building a computer program needed to help insurers verify the names, insurance plan …

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Liberals Ramp Up Push for Left-Wing Nominees

When Harry Reid pushed through the nuclear option in the Senate, it paved the way for Obama to push through all of his nominees, as now only 51 confirmation votes are needed, to achieve his agenda.  Senate Democrats invoked the “nuclear option” on November 21, changing the rule that 60 votes were needed to bring …

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Cancer patient who said Obamacare caused his health insurance to be cancelled now being IRS audited

Once again a good example, of how if one dares speak ill of Obama, they have their name added to his sh** list.  A cancer patient who said publicly that his health coverage was canceled because of Obamacare now says he’s being audited by the Internal Revenue Service. Bill Elliott appeared on Fox News’ “The Kelly …

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Obama says healthcare critics will meet his resistance

His arrogance is once again showing.   Obama vowed to fend off attacks on his signature health care law during an economy-focused speech at Dreamworks headquarters in California.  Obama lauded Hollywood as “one of America’s economic engines” during a speech to cap a West Coast swing — largely to raise money for Democrats.

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Lawmakers seek fix as law limiting plastic guns set to expire

Lawmakers  face a critical deadline after returning from Thanksgiving break to address a nationwide ban on the production of undetectable guns that is set to expire on Dec. 9.  The Undetectable Firearms Act, which was first enacted in 1988 and reauthorized in 2003, makes it illegal to “manufacture, import, sell, ship, deliver, possess, transfer or receive” …

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Gitmo detainees reportedly fighting transfer to home countries

Obama’s plan to close Gitmo has hit another snag –  some detainees now fighting the administration’s push to have them repatriated. Two Algerian citizens held at the U.S. base in Cuba are fighting a planned transfer to their home country out of fear that Islamist recruiters may harm them if they discover they don’t share the extremists’ …

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Judge rules Colorado sheriffs can’t sue over state gun laws

On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that Colorado sheriffs suing the state over new firearm restrictions don’t have standing to proceed with the case as a group, but the legal battle is far from over.

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