Sessions outlines plan to stop Obama’s ‘amnesty’

By Bob Unruh President Obama wasted no time after his Democratic Party took what some have described as a “shellacking” in Tuesday’s midterm elections to tell Americans that if Congress can’t pass “immigration reform” to his satisfaction, he will go it alone with executive orders. But one member of the U.S. Senate said Congress, which […]

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Brussels Police Fire Tear Gas After Austerity “Protesters Overturned Cars, Lit Fires”

By Mac Slavo Belgium’s new center-right government imposed the austerity measures to cover budget shortfalls, prompting harsh reactions from the population. The BBC said: Belgium’s new government plans to raise the pension age, freeze wages and make public service cuts to meet EU targets. Some 100,000 Belgians took to the streets. Reports summarized: Protesters held […]

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“Our Founding Fathers Weren’t Stupid”

By BearingArms.com Staff Billy Johnson disputes the claim that America’s Founding Fathers couldn’t have imagined today’s technology, and says they both understood and anticipated progress. The post “Our Founding Fathers Weren’t Stupid” appeared first on Bearing Arms. Click to see the original article      

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Obama doubles down on U.S. troops in Iraq

By Garth Kant Peshmerga fighters to get U.S. help WASHINGTON – President Obama has authorized the Defense Department to send an additional 1,500 troops to Iraq, which will almost double the U.S. forces currently protecting American facilities and training Iraqi troops there. The additional U.S. troops also will perform non-combat roles, primarily to advise and […]

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Obama, GOP leaders meet to chart course

By -NO AUTHOR- (FOX NEWS) At a lunch meant to set the table for a new dynamic between the White House and Congress, President Obama sat surrounded by somber and stone-faced leaders of both parties Friday as they began to test the waters to see if Washington’s gridlock might yet give way to cooperation in […]

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Louie Gohmert hints at challenge to Boehner

By -NO AUTHOR- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Rep. Louie Gohmert says not so fast — John Boehner is the House Speaker now, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he can’t be challenged and that he can’t lose in 2015. Mr. Gohmert hinted that he might be interested in the job during an interview on “The Steve Malzbert Show” […]

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CDC boosts stockpile of Ebola protective gear

By -NO AUTHOR- (Reuters) – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is increasing its national stockpile of protective gear for U.S. hospitals handling Ebola patients after a “sudden increase” in demand, the agency said on Friday. The CDC has ordered $2.7 million in personal protective equipment that is being configured into 50 kits […]

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Is Hillary the ‘dodo bird’ candidate?

By Kathy Shaidle Hillary Clinton Michael Savage “I’m now officially a minister,” announced Michael Savage this week. He told his listeners that he is now certified to officiate at weddings and funerals. Why did he take this step? “I’m not looking to make any money from this,” he said. “I just don’t want to do […]

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Youngest state delegate elect is pro-gun

By jlambert While republicans gained seats across the country, they also added the current youngest lawmaker in the country. Eighteen-year-old Saira Blair won a seat in West Virginia’s House of Delegates over democratic candidate Layne Diehl in …Continue Reading ? The post Youngest state delegate elect is pro-gun appeared first on Patriot Outdoor News. Click […]

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