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Report: Stuck on 'Stimulus' where are the Jobs?

June 30, 2010 politisite 0

Boehner Releases “Stuck on ‘Stimulus’” Policy Report Where Are The Jobs? GOP Leader Analysis Shows President’s Economic Policies Have Failed To Support Private Sector Job Creation, And Failed Most Sharply In America’s Most Vulnerable Communities House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) today released a policy report outlining how President Obama’s ‘stimulus’ policies have failed to deliver the economic recovery Americans were promised while actually making matters worse.  Entitled “Stuck on […]

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Video: Democrat Congressman Stark, "The borders are quite secure thank you"

June 30, 2010 politisite 0

Since when do Congressman have contempt for its constituents? Democrat Congressman Stark says the  “The borders are quite secure”   and then  asks a Minutemen, “who you going to kill today”? Video: Pete Stark pisses all over voters concerned about border security Just when I think Pete Stark Raving Mad can’t sink any lower in his vulgar contempt for voters, he sinks ever lower again. (Review Stark’s Greatest Unhinged Moments here […]

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Former DOJ Lawyer Accuses Holder of Dropping Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case for Racial Reasons

June 30, 2010 politisite 0

A former Justice Department attorney who quit his job to protest the Obama administration’s handling of the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case is accusing Attorney General Eric Holder of dropping the charges for racially-motivated reasons. J. Christian Adams, now an attorney in Virginia and a conservative blogger, also accuses Deputy Attorney General Thomas Perez of lying under oath to Congress about the circumstances surrounding the decision to drop the […]

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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor lied to Judicial Committee on Second Amendment

June 30, 2010 politisite 0

When Supreme court nominee Sotomayor said that the Second Amendment as an individual right was settled law, she did one of two things: She lied to the Senate Judicial committee or changed her mind. We think the former as she told Sen. Mark Udall, she considered the 2008 ruling that struck down a Washington, D.C., gun ban as settled law”
In her first action at a second amendment case, Sotomayor and others wrote the opposition opinion on the second amendment as an “individual Right” saying that hand gun ownership was not an “individual right”. Settled law was unsettling to Sotomayor and since a few law journals wrote against the issue. So settled law is unsettling to this Justice.
What bothers this writer is that we have another Supreme Court Nominee, Kagan, who is testifying before the Judicial committee saying that Handgun ownership as an individual right is settled law.
Here is a real legal opinion:

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CNN interviewer Larry King quits

June 29, 2010 politisite 0

Veteran CNN broadcaster Larry King announced his decision to step down from his long-running show Tuesday, ending a record-breaking career that saw him conduct more than 40,000 interviews. King, 76, said in a statement his signature show “Larry King Live” would go off the air in the autumn after 25 years, allowing him to find “more time for my wife and I to get to the kids little league games.” […]

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Maybe Obama should be calling for reduction in Russian Spies rather than Arms

June 28, 2010 politisite 0

The allegations are shocking: four couples living in the U.S. under assumed false identities while secretly working as covert Russian spies on long-term, “deep-cover” assignments to obtain information on nuclear weapons. They are part of a clandestine network that used a series of cold war tactics such as encrypted Morse code messages, brush passes and invisible writing to send intelligence back to the Russian government, the FBI said today as […]

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McChrystal to Retire

June 28, 2010 politisite 0

Less than a week after President Barack Obama fired him as commander in Afghanistan over intemperate remarks to Rolling Stone magazine, Gen. Stanley McChrystal has told the Army his 34-year career in the military is over. According to an Army spokesman, McChrystal today informed the office responsible for administering the careers of general officers that he intends to retire. The spokesman, Army Col. Thomas Collins, said McChrystal has yet to […]

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The 2010 Index of Dependence on Government: Dramatic Spike in Dependence Projected

June 28, 2010 politisite 0

Abstract: Year after year, The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Dependence on Government documents the ever-growing number of federal aid programs and the ever-growing number of Americans who rely on government subsidies for their existence. The number of Americans who now pay no taxes has passed 35 percent. The International Monetary Fund predicts financial devastation for the U.S. by 2015 unless drastic cuts are made in the deficit immediately, and Congress […]

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Supreme Court: Gun Rights Extend Across Nation

June 28, 2010 politisite 0

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of individual gun rights today, striking down Chicago’s 28-year-old handgun ban almost two years to the day after the Court struck down the D.C. gun ban. The ruling in McDonald vs. Chicago is a major win for gun-rights activists who are thrilled to see an individual right to arms affirmed by the nation’s highest court once again. The D.C. ruling applied only to […]

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Senator Byrd: Robert Byrd, West Virginia lawmaker, dies at 92

June 28, 2010 politisite 0

The longest serving Senator in American history, Robert Byrd, has died at the age of 92. He had represented West Virginia since 1958. Senator Byrd’s death is not expected to change the majority of President Obama’s Democratic party in the Congress. READ MORE: Longest-serving US lawmaker dies via BBC News – Longest-serving US lawmaker Robert Byrd dies, aged 92. Reporting from Washington — Robert Carlyle Byrd, the West Virginia Democrat […]