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Federal agents who are patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border have said that their efforts are hampered by laws that prevent them from driving through huge swaths of land that are protected for environmental reasons.
A recent Fox News poll showed that a growing number of Americans are dissatisfied with the direction the country is going, as 76 percent of participants voiced their concern.
A recent discovery in the future implementation of the healthcare law has critics arguing whether the legislation will impose a penalty on women and marriage.
Private owners of Greek bonds saw their investments halved yesterday. Devaluing the currency is the modus operandi of the elites as they reach into their bag of tricks to stave off collapse. It will be coming to America soon. They have no choice.
It has been just five weeks since the military effectively ended its ban on gay and lesbian service members. Now a group of homosexual service members and veterans are filing suit to challenge the Constitutionality of the Federal ban on gay marriage.
I don’t know which I’m more tired of hearing: Barack Obama gloating that one of the richest men in America supports his tax-the-rich efforts, or Warren Buffett whining that his secretary pays a higher tax rate than he does. Let me state for the record that both men are playing fast and loose with the truth, and they both know it.
The communists endorse the Occupy Wall Street crowd. No surprise the communists like the protesters. After all, Brian Phillips, their self-proclaimed leader, said the group’s goal is nothing less than “the overthrow of the government.” The question is: Why have Barack Obama and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee cozied up to them? Are they that desperate for votes? I guess the answer is “yes.”
President Barack Obama’s decision to send 100 troops to Uganda is coming under scrutiny now that the American soldiers are on their way to the African nation. There was bipartisan opposition to the President’s decision. Several lawmakers suggested that the initial sending of troops could lead to U.S. involvement in a long war.
According to a new poll, 47 percent of Americans say that they have a gun in their home. An earlier poll noted that support for the 2nd Amendment is also at a high. Republicans are more likely than Democrats to say they have a gun in their household: 55 percent to 40 percent.