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Senate Bill 2425, sponsored by state Senator Philip Moran (R-Hancock, Harrison Counties), and House Bill 1539, sponsored by state Representative Jeff Smith (R-Lowndes County), passed in their respective money-related committees and will now be considered by each full legislative chamber. …
Yesterday, the Tennessee Senate passed Senate Bill 1496 by a 26 to 7 vote. Sponsored by state Senator Stacey Campfield (R-7), SB 1496 aims to prevent municipalities from passing and enforcing ordinances that ban the carrying of firearms in city, county and municipal parks. This legislation would allow law-abiding Tennesseans with a Handgun C…
RELAUNCH! Atlas Shrugs is moving to pamelageller.com Finally. After 10 years of slogging through typepad blogging, I have upgraded to the 21st century. It was a hugely difficult process (nearly 30,000 posts!) and took more time and money than I had anticipated. I will spare you the gruesomely boring deets — but we made it! The URL is pamelageller….
When I first saw Pro Infirmis’s, “Because who is perfect?” video on my Facebook feed I was intrigued. A few minutes into the video I was holding back tears. Pro Infirmis is a Swiss charity organization for the disabled. They have a beautiful project called, “Because Who Is Perfect? Get Closer”. For the project they […]…
‘Crisis Within Our Culture’: Catholic Priest Raps His Response to Society ‘Moving God Out of the Way’
“History has shown us over and over again that the further God is removed from the culture the more inhumane the culture becomes.”
Glenn Beck chose an intriguing way to raise the flag during the opening of his innovative Man in the Moon event on Saturday. Rather than taking the traditional route, two men dressed in soldiers’ garb who were suspended in the air upside down actually “lowered” the American flag.
The fascinating move, which lasted minutes, technically featured the flag being raised — but the upside down display means it was lowered for the audience.
If Rick Perry has his way, Texas may have to change its nickname from the Lone Star State to the Guns & Ammo State.
In early February, Texas Governor Rick Perry sent a letter to 26 gun and ammunition manufacturers inviting them to move their businesses to his state. Perry also made a 4-day trip to California last month and ran some ads on radio, hoping that a personal appeal might lure business away. California’s Governor Jerry Brown was not impressed with Perry’s efforts and told the news media how he felt about the visit as well as the media’s focus on it.