Category Archives: Congress

REINS Act aims at backdoor legislation by White House

Geoff Davis (R-KY) has introduced H.R. 10 in the House of Representatives and Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced the legislation in the Senate as S. 299. The Regulations from teh Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act “REINS” in backdoor legislation … Continue reading

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Constitutionalism

By Charles Krauthammer Friday, January 7, 2011 For decades, Democrats and Republicans fought over who owns the American flag. Now they’re fighting over who owns the Constitution. The flag debates began during the Vietnam era when leftist radicals made the … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura: FEMA Camps

Former Gov. Jesse Ventura and his crew at Conspiracy Theory have blown the FEMA camp issue wide open in a truly groundbreaking episode from the program’s second season on TruTV. The “Police State” episode proves once and for all that … Continue reading

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Stop the John Boehner scam: Give Ron Paul monetary subcommittee chair

RELATED: Republicans Move to Block Ron Paul from Monetary Policy Subcommittee Chair Infowars.com December 3, 2010 The fact than an establishment lackey like Speaker-apparent John Boehner would fight against those in Congress attempting to challenge the power of the Federal … Continue reading

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Hot mic catches senator saying lame duck agenda is “all rigged”

Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com November 30, 2010 Colorado Democrat Senator Michael Bennet made the mistake of admitting what many of us already know – the political process in the district of criminals is a rigged game.

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American People To Dems And GOP: Get Out Of Office, You Don’t Speak For Us

Steve Watson Infowars.com October 25th, 2010 American People To Dems And GOP: Get Out Of Office, You Dont Speak For Us. A whopping majority of 62% of the American people believe it will be a good thing for the country … Continue reading

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Dems may use food stamp money to pay for Michelle Obama’s nutrition initiative

Democrats who reluctantly slashed a food stamp program to fund a state aid bill may have to do so again to pay for a top priority of first lady Michelle Obama. The House will soon consider an $8 billion child … Continue reading

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It’s all part of Senator Joe Lieberman’s Cybersecurity fantasy…

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com Tuesday, August 10, 2010 Senator Joe Lieberman’s draconian Internet takeover legislation, the 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, is being promoted as a vital tool to protect vulnerable infrastructure hubs from terrorist attacks, but … Continue reading

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I’m Keith Olbermann and I approve this message

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Tea Party answers NAACP charges of racism

Months ago. Here’s a video from April 16. I, however, admit to being prejudice. Not against blacks. Alan Keyes or J.C. Watts would make great presidents. If you knew me, you would know that I am not prejudice against Mexicans. … Continue reading

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Jim Deakin v. McCain

Deakin V. McCain Deakin on J.D. Hayworth

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Rep. Towns resolution: recording of police activity should not be prosecuted.

Democratic Representative Edolphus Towns of New York’s Tenth Congressional District introduced House Concurrent Resolution 298 on the 15th concerning photographing police abuses. The resolution has the lengthy title of, Expressing the sense of Congress that the videotaping or photographing of … Continue reading

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SPIN METER: Kagan urged substance, then dodged it

By CALVIN WOODWARD (AP) – 38 minutes ago WASHINGTON — Elena Kagan declined to discuss her passions, demurred when asked anything that might tip her hand on the Supreme Court and invoked her right to remain inscrutable even on cases … Continue reading

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Ironically, Supreme Court ruling on Chicago gun ban, McDonald v. Chicago, comes after two of the bloodiest weekends in Chicago

Oh, life’s little ironies. On the Monday that the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against a 28-year-old ban on handguns in Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois, the city of Chicago was recovering from a weekend shooting spree that left 29 shot … Continue reading

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McDonald beats Chicago

If you were watching the confirmation hearing of Elana Kagan, you would have seen Feinstein and Schumer announce with glee that the Supreme Court upheld the Second Amendment, once again, and reversed the gun laws in Illinois banning handguns. The … Continue reading

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