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Print a Gun From Home…Guarantee Your Second Amendment Rights

Posted by on Sep 21, 2012 in American, News | 0 comments

Print a Gun From Home…Guarantee Your Second Amendment Rights

Cody Wilson wants you to print a gun from home on a 3-D printer. He then wants everyone to be able to get access to the plans for free.  Wilson is raising funds through the Wiki Weapon Project, hosted by a group that calls itself Defense Distributed. The funds are going to be used to purchase equipment to print the gun and award the prize to the contest winner. The contest is awarding a $3,000 – $5,000 prize to anyone who can design a printable gun that can fire a single .22 caliber bullet. Wilson, referring to the donors and American’s second amendment gun rights says, “I think it shows they really believe in a future where the gun is inalienable…a kind of faith in American individualism, the sovereignty of the individual.”SOURCE

Obama Warns Syria about Chemical Weapons

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012 in American, Democrat, News | 0 comments

Obama Warns Syria about Chemical Weapons

Monday, President Barack Obama warned that he would consider military force if Syria’s Bashar Assad either tries to relocate his regime’s arsenal of chemical and biological weapons or attempts to use them on his own people in a bid to crush an uprising that could topple him from power.

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Marine Arrested for Facebook Posts, Defended by the Rutherford Institute

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012 in American, News | 0 comments

Marine Arrested for Facebook Posts, Defended by the Rutherford Institute

An unconstitutional Arrest of a Marine for his Facebook posts occurred on August 16th, 2012 in Chesterfield County, Va. The former Marine, 26-year-old Brandon Raub was exercising his 1st amendment right of free speech on the popular internet site. Raub was taken into custody at his home where no charges were filled and he was not read his Miranda rites. The Rutherford Institute is a nonprofit civil liberties organization. They provides free legal assistance to American citizens whose constitutional rights have been threatened or violated. They have enthusistically taken on Raub’s case.   SOURCE

Obama’s Courtside Look at Olympics

Posted by on Jul 16, 2012 in American, News, President | 0 comments

Obama’s Courtside Look at Olympics

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama basked in the glow of the Olympics on Monday, getting a court side look at USA Basketball team during an exhibition game against Brazil.

 

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Afganistan The Newest US Major non-Nato Ally

Posted by on Jul 7, 2012 in American, News | 0 comments

Afganistan The Newest US Major non-Nato Ally

Saturday, on behalf of the U.S., Hillary Clinton designated Afghanistan its newest “major non-NATO ally”. The event marks the 15th time America has officially designated a country as an ally that was not in Nato. Clinton repeated the tenets of America’s “fight, talk, build” strategy for Afghanistan: defeat extremists and win over Taliban militants and others willing to renounce violence and help in the long reconstruction of Afghanistan.

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New Hampshire Law Points Out the Obvious

Posted by on Jul 2, 2012 in American, FlipSide, News, Opinion | 0 comments

New Hampshire Law Points Out the Obvious

New Hampshire is the first state to adopt the Jury Nullification Law. In a nutshell, the law allows attorneys to explain to the jury that if individuals don’t agree with the specific law that the charges are based on or how they were applied in the case, each juror can refuse to convict, even if the accused was technically guilty of said charges. To me, the Founding Fathers wanted this for America. A trial among your peers. If your peers don’t agree with the law that you are being charged with, they can choose not to convict, even if the evidence against the defendant is overwhelming “beyond a reasonable doubt” (more…)

Young Illegal Immigrants Can Apply for Work Permits

Posted by on Jun 15, 2012 in American, News, President | 0 comments

Young Illegal Immigrants Can Apply for Work Permits

The U.S. Government under the Obama administration will not seek to deport illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children. As many as 800,000 undocumented immigrants stand to benefit from this change. The new rule is said to be politically charged because in a close election this year the Latino Vote could decide a winner.

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Soap Maker David Bronner Takes Hemp Protest to the White House in a Steel Cage

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in American, News | 0 comments

Soap Maker David Bronner Takes Hemp Protest to the White House in a Steel Cage

The CEO of Dr Bronner’s Magic Soap was upset with Obama’s lackadaisical approach to industrial hemp. So, David Bronner set up camp in front of the White House in a steel cage, with a huge sign, a microphone and industrial hemp. Bronner spoke amplified, ”Obama has promised a rational approach to policies, so far as President he has blown off the U.S. hemp industry.” The protest comes after a recent bill was introduced in the Senate by Ron Wyden, an amendment to the farm bill that would allow farmers to grow industrial hemp. Ron Paul also introduced a similar Bill in the House earlier this year.   SOURCE

Lawmakers to Investigate Facebook

Posted by on May 24, 2012 in American, News | 0 comments

Lawmakers to Investigate Facebook

Facebook’s Initial Public Offering has been deemed controversial and will be investigated by the Senate Banking Committee.
A possible full scale investigation could include subpoenas and depositions.
Facebook has increased its Washington lobbying capabilities in the past years to be able to deal with Congressional inquiries.

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Right to Vote Taken Away by Benton Co. GOP

Posted by on Mar 4, 2012 in American, News, Republican | 0 comments

Right to Vote Taken Away by Benton Co. GOP

No freedom loving American wants to report on this, but what happened this weekend Washington State at the Benton County Republican caucus was a disgrace. The right to vote is the most fundamental right given by the Constitution. But in Benton county, 1,500 people were kept from having their opinion heard in the Caucus on Saturday. The local GOP did not anticipate the large turn out and, under pressure to complete the vote by 11:30am, closed the doors on the 1,500 people waiting to vote.  SOURCE