Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
There’s weepy John Boehner. Then there’s tough-guy conservative John Boehner. Then there’s White House operative, behind-the-scenes John Boehner. Which of these is the real John Boehner (R-Ohio), Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives?
So what if you don’t want to have anything to do with the government-managed insurance? Or what if you simply don’t even know how to tell whether you’re a candidate to enroll in insurance under the Obamacare exchanges, or whether you’d be eligible for an entitlement (er, subsidy) if you do?
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law legislation this week that defies the Federal government’s ability to detain that State’s citizens indefinitely under provisions in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act if they are identified as terror suspects by Federal authorities.
If the number of employees being furloughed by Federal agencies due to the government shutdown is any indicator of just how “essential” an agency actually is, most of the aspects of the Environmental Protection Agency’s mission are “non-essential.”
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Let’s start with this: The PJ Tatler’s Patrick Poole captured this video today at the same WWII Memorial that provided the backdrop Monday – Day One of the Federal government shutdown – to the Obama Administration’s petty reversal of fortune. You know that story: veterans and GOP House members disregarded the shuttering of the memorial, […]
On Wednesday the Russian embassy in Tripoli, Libya, was attacked by a group of about 60 people, some armed, who tried to force their way into the compound. A Libyan security source who spoke to media blamed the attack on the killing of a Libyan by a Russian woman. But it could also be possible […]
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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