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Police serving a warrant in Euharlee, Ga., shot and killed a 17-year-old boy last week when he answered the door of his home with a video game controller in hand.
President Barack Obama’s White House has put its own spin on Tuesday’s report from the Congressional Budget Office. As you might have guessed, it’s a pretty socialist spin.
As if the mainstream media weren’t compliant enough, now the Barack Obama Federal Communications Commission is about to put government monitors in the newsrooms of television and radio stations and newspapers across the county.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, the Republican Party appointee to the commission, let the cat out of the bag on this Ministry of Truth-like proposal in an op-ed printed in The Wall Street Journal on Feb. 10.
The cloak is off. President Barack Obama is no longer hiding his plans to destroy America. For anyone who isn’t blind, deaf or very dumb, it’s now all out in the open.
If the United States were to enact a new minimum wage of $10.10 per hour, then the people would subsequently enjoy a higher standard of living. If you don’t believe me, then take it from President Barack Obama.
The acting chief of police in Bloomfield, N.J., stood before his township council members and lambasted the elected officials for asking to trade favors in return for his job security and otherwise meddling in department affairs. The council suspended him.
The launch of Representative Louie Gohmert’s (R-Texas) new GOH Conservative PAC, designed to defend “conservative Republicans from the attacks that come from the mainstream,” is the latest indicator of deepening fractures within the GOP that could eventually break the party apart.
James O’Keefe’s latest video seems to suggest that the Democratic “Battleground Texas” political action committee is stretching the law in order to track and influence the new voters its field representatives are signing up.
Last year, 3,000 Americans bid their country goodbye and renounced their U.S. citizenship. The number was more than three times as many as in 2012, and almost twice as many as in the previous record year of 2011, when 1,788 turned in their U.S. passports.
Signaling that the Administration is poised to make good on President Barack Obama’s promise that 2014 will be a “year of action,” the Federal government added 56 finalized regulations and 1,516 new pages to the Federal Register last week.