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On Tuesday, December 10, a Democratic vacancy committee appointed Arvada City Councilwoman Rachel Zenzinger to fill the state Senate seat recently vacated by Senator Evie Hudak (SD-19). Senator Hudak resigned in November rather than face a potential recall election after championing passage of the most radical anti-gun legislation in Colorado…
Abortion is already legal in Australia, but the Australian state of Tasmania officially took abortion off the criminal code and will no longer view it as the taking of human life, but rather just another medical procedure. Mark Brown, the director of the Australian Christian Lobby informed LifeNews in a press statement that he is […]…
Penn Jillette Talks ‘The Book of Mormon,’ His New Movie & Time Travel in Another Fascinating Sit-Down With Glenn Beck
Multi-talented magician, comedian, author, actor and atheist Penn Jillette appeared on The Glenn Beck Program Tuesday to discuss religion, his new movie (featuring Beck himself), and what technology means for the future.
The two began with a conversation about Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon,” which many have found offensive but Jillette said is actually a “love letter to Mormons by an atheist.”
After a full day of well-deserved mockery, Brat Packer Molly Ringwald deleted her snicker-worthy endorsement of abortion cheerleader Wendy Davis for governor of Houston. Yes, Houston. But Twitchy is forever!
Ringwald offered a revised version of the endorsement and insisted her flub was caused by jet lag, not a “sweet fricking education fail.”
Colorado gun rights advocates, coming off two successful efforts to recall Democratic state senators over votes to strengthen gun control laws, began collecting signatures in a third district over the weekend in hopes of booting another incumbent out of office.
Business owner fells one intruder and captures another, The Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash. October 2, 2013
The owner of Frager Farm Stand and Fruit Tree Nursery in Kent, Wash. was about to go to bed when he heard a suspicious noise at his business, which is right next to his home. The owner retrieved a shotgun, went to investigate, and discovered a pair of intruders inside the farm stand’s office. The owner shot and killed one of the criminals and held the other at gunpoint until police could arrive. The break-in was the second in as many days for the farm stand. An investigation revealed that the surviving burglar was facing a domestic violence charge and had a recent history of drug use.
Process Lasso is NOT yet another task manager. It is a process priority optimization and system automation utility.
Process Lasso is NOT yet another task manager. It is a process priority optimization and system automation utility. Priority optimization, affinity optimization, core optimization, automated rules, automated power profiles; you name it, and Process Lasso does it.
Whatever our opinions are on striking Syria, we probably agree that the use of chemical weapons on anyone is an egregious and intolerable evil. However, some might be surprised to learn that in 2011, more than 1,200 chemical weapons were used on babies in Ohio with the permission of the U.S. Supreme Court and the encouragement of politicians and the ever-powerful abortion lobby.
APPS Abuse: The Sequel – Another NRA News Video Exposes Cal-DOJ’s Firearm Confiscation Program For What It Truly Is
After the success of its first video revealing some truths about the value of the California DOJ’s Armed Prohibited Persons System (APPS) program, Ginny Simone and NRA News have released a follow-up video containing an extended interview with former DOJ Special Agent, Greg Cameron, who has nothing good to say about the California DOJ gun seizure program in which he has participated.
BAGHDAD (AP) — A wave of bombings, mainly targeting markets in and near Baghdad, killed 36 people on Tuesday, officials said, the latest in a surge of violence that has gripped Iraq.
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, meanwhile, vowed to defeat “terrorists” behind the relentless attacks and chase them out of the battered country.
SEC Tells Employees Their Personal Data Was ‘Inadvertently’ Transferred to Another Unnamed Gov’t Agency
On July 8, a letter from the Securities and Exchange Commission was sent to some of its current and former employees stating that personal data was accidentally transferred to another unnamed government agency. This incident has some citing it as an example of the problem with the government having its hands on all your data.
For most people, “Liz & Dick” was a horrible biopic starring Lindsay Lohan. But for Mia Farrow, “Liz & Dick” is a real life daughter/father political nightmare that won’t end.
Farrow, possibly still trapped in one of the stages of post-Zimmerman verdict grief, was referring to the announcement that Dick Cheney’s daughter, Liz, will give Wyoming Republican Senator Mike Enzi a primary challenge next year. Fortunately for Farrow, she’s a resident of New York City, so she’ll be far from Wyoming if Cheney wins.
Pro-abortion zealots want you to believe that convicted killer Kermit Gosnell was an exception. That his “House of Horrors” was the only bad apple.
But you don’t have to look far to find other Gosnells. They are lurking in communities across our nation, enabled by politicians and officials who won’t enact or enforce basic regulations and health safety standards on abortion businesses because of their own utmost devotion to abortion eugenics ideology or for fear of the powerful abortion lobby. Late-term abortionist Douglas Karpen is one such man who has thus far escaped into the system, like Gosnell did for decades.
President Obama in 2010 appointed Craig Becker to the National Labor Relations Board while the Senate was in recess for two weeks.
But now an appeals court ruling — the second of its kind — claims his appointment was unconstitutional and invalid.
“A second appeals court has joined the D.C. Circuit in ruling that President Barack Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional, concluding that some board actions taken in the wake of those appointments were also invalid,” POLITICO reports.
Another Headache for the Obamacare ‘Train Wreck’? Small Business Owners Sue IRS Over Employer Mandate
Small business owners in six states are suing the federal government over an IRS regulation imposed under the Affordable Care Act (i.e. “Obamacare”) which, they say, will force them to pay hefty fines, cut their employees’ hours, or burden their businesses.
“Because of Obamacare I’ve already been forced to cut my ‘hourly’ employees’ hours from 40 down to 28 so I can keep running my business and keep my employees on the payroll,” J. Allen Tharp, CEO of Olde England’s Lion and Rose and a plaintiff in the suit, told TheBlaze.