It’s obvious that obama wants to destroy a military who are first sworn to protect the constitution. It’s also fairly transparent that his desire is for a civilian security force reporting to him alone and not the oath to protect the constitution constitution begs of contempt and tyranny.
President Obama’s defense budget is facing big criticism over the impact it will have on military families, causing them to pay much more for their
health care premiums. Today, Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) and Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA) read more
CME Group Inc received two subpoenas, including one for a criminal probe, in the immediate aftermath of the collapse of futures broker MF Global Holdings Ltd, the giant exchange operator said on Tuesday.
MF Global, run by former Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Jon Corzine, filed for bankruptcy on October 31 of last year, and regulators are still seeking roughly $1.6 billion of customer funds that went missing in the chaotic days before the firm’s implosion.
obama and his administration has the IRS pressuring freedom speaking Americans.
IRS demand letters was sent to various 9-12 groups, Tea Parties, and other organizations like the Ohio Liberty Council.
And now, the Kentucky 912 Project has sent out a press release alleging the IRS is being used to silence it: “Kentucky 9/12 Project, Ohio Liberty Council, Unite in Action, and Numerous Tea Parties across the nation square off against the IRS.”
Eric Wilson, the Executive Director of the Kentucky 9/12 Project made his feelings on the IRS action quite clear: read more
LightSquared CEO Sanjiv Ahuja abruptly announced his resignation Tuesday amid revelations of his company’s political proximity — and his own closeness — to the white house and Obama administration officials.
The Daily Caller reported one week ago on emails and documents that indicate political ties and numerous meetings between LightSquared and Obama administration officials as the company was undergoing regulatory review.
Government, not companies or speculators are responsible for these high gas prices.Truth is oil companies make mere pennies compared to the high government imposed taxes on petrol products.
Since when do communists get the nod to serve American voters? As you know we have been sharing information about VT Representative Sanders for many years, here is another pushback from Sanders against what is Godly, right and true. He is clearly fabricating the a story to fit his overtly progressive agenda. Sanders born to Jewish parents, makes choices that are clearly devout as the Hollyweird system of belief. Not Godly American family values.
Here’s what many will not find the “feel good” story of the day:
In an article published just before Russia’s upcoming election, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin calls on eurozone leaders to consider the idea of creating what he calls a “Union of Europe.”
“That’s right,” writes Business Insider’s Adam Taylor, “a Union of Europe, not a European Union — a free trade zone (and perhaps more) stretching from ‘Lisbon to Vladivostok.’”
As Taylor notes, there’s a certain element of “schadenfreude” in Putin’s article, especially when he writes:
Russia is actively participating in the international effort to support the ailing European economies, and is consistently working with its partners to formulate collective decisions under the auspices of the IMF. Russia is not opposed in principle to direct financial assistance in some cases. read more
The policy of placing students with better-prepared peers ultimately makes classrooms less diverse. By Heather Mac Donald
The Supreme Court announced last week that it would hear a challenge to the University of Texas’ use of racial preferences in undergraduate admissions. Since the court last reviewed college affirmative action in 2003, a body of empirical research has emerged showing that racial preferences can hurt their purported beneficiaries by catapulting them into schools for which they are inadequately prepared. Placed in classrooms pitched above their current level of knowledge, they learn less than they would if they were among peers whose academic skills more closely mirror their own.
(Reuters) – New orders for long-lasting manufactured goods fell in January by the most in three years as demand slumped across the board, suggesting the economy started the year on weaker footing than expected.
Other data on Tuesday cast doubt on the strength of an incipient housing market recovery as a separate report showed home prices falling sharply in December.