Barry-cades become symbol of Obama’s shutdown http://t.co/CRFI97Dhj7 pic.twitter.com/RRA7rcf4Xz — Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) October 2, 2013 Check out the barricade at the World War One memorial—> pic.twitter.com/lJEYjY3GtR — John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) October 2, 2013 Spokesman for @nps says they were told to barricade the #WWIIMemorial by the White House OMB. #LetTheVetsIn pic.twitter.com/p7S3iYXg4o — Let the Vets […]
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This piece was originally published on September 30 by the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. In 1979, when I was headed to DC for my first full term in Congress, I bought a car to keep there. It was a 1979 Chevrolet Chevette. But this compact 4-door soon proved to be controversial. Tip […]
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With the help of an inflow of Federal funds, Virginia officials are making moves to develop a master identity database of residents using Department of Motor Vehicle records as its core. Critics worry that the database could be abused.
For decades, officials throughout the world have attempted to curb the supply of illicit drugs with a combination of prohibition and heavy-handed law enforcement tactics. In the United States, billions of dollars have been pumped into local law enforcement agencies and millions of nonviolent offenders imprisoned in an effort to quell drug supply.
The Democratic National Committee, which sets the party’s National platform, plots out election strategy and sits atop its fundraising hierarchy, is nearly broke. In fact, the DNC is so deep in the hole that it’s having to negotiate delinquent vendor payments on a case-by-case basis.
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“We support the federal government. That’s our job. That’s what we do,” Reid said in a speech encouraging Republicans to bow to Democrat demands. H/T: The Weekly Standard
To make the controversial government shutdown affect the American public in ways that probably weren’t necessary, several Federal agencies were advised by the White House to either shut websites down completely or display static homepages with disclaimers that information would not be updated. Meanwhile, websites for the newly opened Obamacare exchange remained open—they just don’t […]