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What message are our legislators sending to voters, when they publicly admit they haven't done their job? How many bills are passed each year that policymakers haven't even bothered to read? This is disgraceful. This is called dereliction of duties and we must demand a stop to this practice.

      
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Hot Air

by Erika Johnsen

July 3, 2012

You and I have that in common, Congressman Waxman.

But acknowledging the depths to which this not-technically-a-recession/depression is plaguing America's productivity is where Rep. Henry Waxman (D-California) and my similarities end, because I've just about had it with liberals blaming the 'inherited' economy on Bush, acting like President Obama is completely innocent and didn't do anything to add to the deficits, and lamenting that our republic is functioning exactly the way it was intended to function.

spectator.org

by Philip Klein

December 15, 2010

Today, Time magazine gave its "Person of the Year" honor to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, but another computer programer may have had a far greater impact on world events...

...the person (people?) who designed the "Stuxnet" virus that by a number of accounts has been a huge setback to the Iranian nuclear program. The Jerusalem Post has spoken with the German computer whiz who has been studying the virus, and he's concluded...

News With Views

by Devvy Kidd

February 6, 2008

Where to start. Let's begin with the statement I made in my last column that women will vote for Marxist Hillary Clinton just because she has two mammary glands and a vagina.

The day before and "Super Tuesday" itself, I watched female political pundits and party strategists (Democrats) literally salivating as they spoke of Marxist Clinton winning and taking the White House. These are the voices of America's destruction.

xrepublic.tv

August 10, 2013

globalresearch.ca

by F. William Engdahl

June 4, 2013

On May 31 world media headlines read similar to this from Reuters: "Monsanto backing away from GMO crops in Europe." The original source for the story is attributed to a German left daily.

Ursula L├╝ttmer-Ouazane reportedly told Taz "We've come to the conclusion that this has no broad acceptance at the moment." Her remarks were circulated worldwide and Reuters interviewed Monsanto corporate spokesman Thomas Helscher who reportedly said, "We're going to sell the GM seeds only where they enjoy broad farmer support, broad political support and a functioning regulatory system. As far as we're convinced this only applies to a few countries in Europe today, primarily Spain and Portugal."

reason.com

by Nick Gillespie & Matt Welch

April 12, 2012

Sen. Jim DeMint talks about the looming fiscal crisis and the future of the GOP.

"A lot of the libertarian ideals that Ron Paul is talking about...should not be alien to any Republican," Sen. Jim DeMint said during an interview at reason's Washington, D.C., offices in late January. Encouraging words from a South Carolina Republican who has earned a reputation as one of his party's strongest voices for fiscal conservatism during his six years in the House of Representatives and six years in the Senate. Yet right after the 2010 midterm elections brought a wave of DeMint-backed Tea Party freshmen to Capitol Hill, the Palmetto State's junior senator proclaimed that "you can't be a fiscal conservative and not be a social conservative," a comment that was widely viewed as a slap at libertarians.

hotair.com

November 26, 2010

So says Whoopi (with Hasselbeck in agreement) because, after all, long lines at security checkpoints could theoretically "cripple air traffic."

I suppose that's true, but of course crippling industries via organized strikes is also a cherished tactic of unions - and somehow I can't imagine our panel here reaching quite the same heights of dudgeon in that case. I thought National Opt Out Day was stupid, but it was a perfectly legal means of protest. Some air travelers wanted TSA to change its behavior so they tried to inflict a little economic and bureaucratic pain. If the flight attendants walked out over a wage dispute, I might be annoyed but my mind wouldn't leap to an Al Qaeda analogy.

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

December 12, 2012

Yesterday, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed right-to-work legislation into law. The death threats against him are pouring in.

The Left is blaming the conservative victims of union violence, as usual. The progressive climate of hate is always our fault. Today's column sets the Democrats' call for blood in the context of Obama-era union violence and incitement. He helped build that...

glennbeck.com

June 15, 2012

President Obama may have just made his most disturbing move yet. Forget the legislative process, he's just granting immunity to illegal immigrants because he wants to. No Congress, no nothing. A cowardly act clearly designed to pander for votes.

TheBlaze.com is reporting that the Obama Administration will stop deporting and start granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives. Writers note: Ironic that someone whose starting point of legality is "an illegal immigrant" would be capable of leading a "law-abiding life"- interesting logic.

policemisconduct.net

by Tim Lynch

June 12, 2012

The executive director of North Carolina's Police Benevolent Association says there is a 'conspiracy' against the Fayetteville Police Department and is seeking a federal probe of those lodging complaints against that department.

John Midgette, head of the N.C. Police Benevolent Association, has treated us to a doozy of a warm-up act. Let's watch and see what else he's got. Midgette, presumably speaking for the organization and its membership, last week delivered himself of an oration against unnamed conspirators bent on undermining the Fayetteville Police Department. Chief Tom Bergamine, who leaves the department June 18, wasn't there to hear his jurisdiction described as awash in crime and "a cesspool of corruption and anti-police hatred," and offered no immediate comment.

      
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