Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson Violated Rules, Steered Scholarships To Relatives

Longtime Dallas congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson has awarded thousands of dollars in college scholarships to four relatives and a top aide’s two children since 2005, using foundation funds set aside for black lawmakers’ causes.
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Restoring America, Beck On Fox News Sunday, Palin Video.

“Restoring Honor” rally in Washington DC, information, links, video, aerial mall pic and more.  Sunday Beck will sit down for an exclusive interview with Chris Wallace. Chris will discuss the rally, race relations in America and the Tea Party movement.  Links and stories below. [VIDEO] read more

FDA: Obamacare’s Calorie-Count Mandate Now In Effect—But Not Enforcable

A mandate buried in the health-care bill President Barack Obama signed in March is now confounding not only the vending-machine operators who are supposed to follow it but also the federal regulators who are supposed to enforce it. read more

Left Quandary: Blame Bush or Ask For Help

Now that we have an inexperienced President in the House, folks are missing Bush…after all the “blame Bush” and nasty remarks, Liberals need George Bush to bail out obama…

Obama even called on Bush to help with Indonesia…but quick to blame him during the oil spill…  More →

Venezuela: Worse Murder Rate Than Iraq

CARACAS, Venezuela — Some here joke that they might be safer if they lived in Baghdad. The numbers bear them out.

In Iraq, a country with about the same population as Venezuela, there were 4,644 civilian deaths from violence in 2009, according to Iraq Body Count; in Venezuela that year, the number of murders climbed above 16,000. read more

US Budget Deficit 2010

Congressional Budget Cost Avg. Family $30,766.27

S. Con. Res. 60, An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2011, revising the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2010, and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2012 through 2015 read more

Taxpayer Paid Imam Overseas For 4th Trip

NEW YORK (AP) — The furor over the planned mosque and Islamic center near ground zero has put Imam Rauf in a curious position:  At the same time he is being vilified in the U.S. for spearheading the project, he is traveling the Mideast on a State Department mission as a symbol of religious freedom. read more