Monday, January 26th, 2015

 

Sent to Prison – No Right To Bear Arms in New Jersey?

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Sent to Prison – No Right To Bear Arms in New Jersey? 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote New Jersey man lost son over legally purchased gun It was 2010 when Brian Aitkin was sentenced to 7 years in prison for moving to New Jersey from Colorado and bringing bringing his guns with him. He had legally purchased them in Colorado, going through the proper federal background check. Even though he met New Jersey’s…


Flawed House Border Bill Advances Without Improvement

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Flawed House Border Bill Advances Without Improvement 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote   Scraps Border Fencing, Delays Biometric, Preserves Catch-and-Release, Allows Work Permits for Border-CrossersBy Jessica Vaughan WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Wednesday, the House Homeland Security committee rubber-stamped Rep. Michael McCaul’s flawed border security bill (HR399) without meaningful improvements. The barely-tweaked bill reportedly is scheduled to be considered by the full House next Wednesday, January 28.…


God, Guns and Gadsden Flags: Delusions Of The Liberal Troll

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  Infiltrating conservative groups and pages is a requirement for a successful liberal troll. Our mission is to find and expose the ludicrous ideals and ridiculous rantings of the extreme-right-winger. At first it was interesting. Peering into the delusional minds of people who will believe anything an internet meme tosses their way. Here’s a perfect example: Apologies…


Denis McDonough calls Netanyahu invite a mistake

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Denis McDonough calls Netanyahu invite a mistake 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote   The White House sought the high ground Sunday in objecting to House Republicans’ decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress without President Obama’s blessing, saying it is foolhardy to disrupt negotiations with Iran as the Islamic Republic seeks a nuclear weapon. Mr. Netanyahu is scheduled to speak to Congress on March 3…


Subcommittee Drops ‘Civil Rights And Human Rights’ From Name

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Subcommittee Drops ‘Civil Rights And Human Rights’ From Name 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote   A Republican senator from Texas has stripped the words “civil rights and human rights” from the name of the Senate subcommittee he now chairs. The decision is drawing criticism from civil rights activists, who say it is a “discouraging sign” given the tense state of U.S. race relations. Sen. John Cornyn on Thursday was appointed chairman…


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