Sarah Palin has led many to believe that her decision to enter or not enter the presidential race will be made by the end of September. By my calendar, that is today. But she told Judge Napolitano on FoxNews not to look for any decision within the next 24 hours. Will she or won't she?
Arizona Sheriff says that the ATF, Eric Holder and others in the Obama administration are accomplices to murder for their role in knowingly putting guns into the hands of those they knew were going to, and then did, commit murders. Watch this video. He makes a very good point.
Oh, and by the way, it looks like Obama has already confessed. The guns being used in the murders, he said back in 2009, are being purchased in the United States, and then he promptly began putting 2,000 guns into the hands of the killers through operation "Fast and Furious"
Yesterday I kinda squinted a bit as I wrote the story about the "Coincidence" between Obama's empty schedule and NASA's prediction of an asteroid collision this weekend. But then this morning I read an article on Breitbart which seemed to be an attempt to calm fears about an asteroid crashing into earth.
The article was copyrighted back in 2008. Why publish it now? Is there more to the collision story than those "in the know" are telling us? And who could do anything about it anyhow? Oh well, at least you might find a few extra minutes for prayer, just in case.
When a republican gets slammed by the Kentucky press it is brutal. When a democrat gets slammed by the same press the treatment is far less bloody, but worth mentioning nonetheless. Today the media is reporting that Beshear has been lying about his accomplishments and won't get by with it any more.
When Gov. Steve Beshear campaigns on his administration’s job-creation initiatives, he says his aggressive use of tax incentives for employers has helped create 19,000 jobs and save 7,000 others across Kentucky.But it’s a claim the Beshear administration can’t back up — because the state doesn’t keep track of job-creation numbers. And a spot check by The Courier-Journal found that several of the jobs Beshear takes credit for haven’t been filled. [Courier Journal]
Gov. Steve Beshear frequently credits himself with creating or retaining more than 19,500 Kentucky jobs, but some of those jobs don't exist.
Hundreds of specific jobs that the Democratic governor identifies on his campaign Web site actually have not been created since the initial press releases went out, or they were partially offset by subsequent layoffs at the same companies, or they were announced under Ernie Fletcher, Beshear's Republican predecessor. [Herald Leader]
There is an apocryphal story that Japanese Admiral Yamamoto once said that Japan could never invade the continental United States after the attack on Pearl Harbor because there would be a rifle behind every blade of grass. Whether this is true or not, it does point out one more thing worth remembering.
Back in the first half of the twentieth century, and for many years into the second half, gun ownership and marksmanship were taught to more young men and women than in many places within the United States today.
If you are interested in preserving the great American tradition of teaching our youth to become proficient at the safe and accurate use of firearms for sport and protection, take a look at this free opportunity to share with them the new NRA digital publication written especially for America's youth, NRA Insights.
When Ronald Bracey awoke to his wife’s screams, he leapt from bed, got his handgun and stepped out of the bedroom where, to his immense terror, two men were holding guns to his wife’s head. The men wore hats that read “police,” but Bracey knew immediately that these were no officers of the law. He opened fire, expending eight rounds in succession and striking one of his wife’s attackers. The two men fled and were joined by a pair of accomplices. That evening police K-9 units found three of the four suspects. (Marco Eagle, Marco Island, FL, 07/26/11)
[A] fabricated scenario was the setting for a full-scale exercise performed by D.C.'s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency Wednesday, allowing a wide swath of District agencies to practice their response to a massive city-wide emergency.
On the grounds of RFK Stadium, members of the Metropolitan Police Department, D.C. Fire and EMS and the D.C. Department of Human Services were on hand to perform various drills in order to coordinate and execute emergency operations, gathering data to refine the city's procedures in the event of a real emergency.
In the concourse of the stadium, the D.C. Department of Human Services was in charge of a "mega-shelter" that filled with volunteers mimicking the roles of displaced residents.
A post appeared on many Facebook pages last night alerting users of that social media site to what appears to be a spying operation being orchestrated by those in control of the algorithms at Facebook. Apparently what happens is that the site managers collect every post with the word "Obama" in it then re-post it on a special page for Obama 2012.
It would take a lot of time and skill to confirm or deny this shocking news, but in consideration of Facebook's apology yesterday after being exposed for collecting data from its subscribers even after they had "logged off" of the website, nothing should come as a surprise.
Facebook has admitted that it monitors the web pages visited by its members even if they are not logged onto Facebook at the time. This data is then collected to be sold to advertisers who then analyze the interests of computer users so they can market to them in a more targeted fashion.
Couple all of this with the news that GM was caught tracking your every move even if you closed your "OnStar" account, and one has to wonder: Is the era of Big Brother here in more ways than we even know about?
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