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Baltimore boasts some of the worst crime statistics in the country. An investment news website, 24/7 Wall St, ranked Baltimore as No. 8 on its 2011 list of the 10 most dangerous American cities, citing the fact that the Maryland city has the fourth-worst murder rate in the country. So it’s unsurprising that a Mayoral candidate would propose a tough plan to combat the city’s crime rates. However, Democrat Otis Rolley’s plan includes an unusual proposal: a tax on bullets.
In a recent interview, former President Bill Clinton said he would use the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling if he were in President Barack Obama’s place, and a deal with Congress could not be reached.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has long played with the idea of running for the Presidency in 2012. However, a recent interview reveals that the Governor is increasingly likely to officially enter the race.
Many groups have floated ideas to end the United States’ debt ceiling debate, and the credit rating agency Moody’s recently weighed in with its own plan: simply eliminate the debt ceiling.
The Pentagon says a new “fast-lane” system will get life-saving military gear to troops in Afghanistan more quickly. “Precious time is eaten in unnecessary deliberation…,” said Ashton Carter, undersecretary of acquisition at the Defense Department, one of the officials participating in the fast-lane system.
I think by now everyone who is halfway honest and has an IQ above 32 realizes that the claim that the U.S. will default its debt if the debt ceiling isn’t raised by Aug. 2 is just another shameless Democratic canard.
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) showed her stupidity last week when she suggested that opposition to Obama’s economic “plan” is a result of racism.
Elizabeth Warren, whom President Barack Obama credited with the “idea” for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and who has unofficially led the bureau since its creation, was not nominated to lead it officially. Instead, Obama chose former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray.
Although stories involving groping allegations and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have become commonplace, this one stands apart. On July 14, a 61-year-old woman from Longmont, Colo., was arrested at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport for sexually assaulting a female TSA agent.