Anti Obama ad?
With members being Police Officers, paid for with Tax dollars?
That what the hell is it?
The Senate Judiciary Committee began holding hearings on the merger last Thursday and it has now been exposed that all 18 Senators on the Judiciary Committee have taken money from Comcast PAC in the past. And that includes Minnesota Democratic Senator Al Franken who is thought to be against the merger.
#1. The federal government has absolutely no respect for state rights.
#2. If we are to believe the BLM, they care more about the “rights” of desert tortoises than the rights of human beings.
#3. Force is the only language the BLM knows how to speak. This bureau is just as bad as any other power-tripping government agency, of which there are many: CIA, FBI, NSA, NEA, EPA, ATF, FDA, etc.
#4. Nevada Senator Harry Reid is perhaps the greediest and most corrupt politician in Washington. (Actually, we already knew that, but this just reinforces it.)
#5. All those Nevadans who have positions of authority in the government (Governor Brian Sandoval, Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, County Commissioner Tom Collins, etc.) are either complicit with the federal government’s attempt to steal the Bundy’s cattle or they are too scared to do anything about it.
#6. Whenever the government offers justification for the use of force, there is always a stated reason — the pretext — and then there is the real reason, which usually has to do with profits and power. In the case of the BLM’s cattle-grab, the pretext was to protect the desert tortoise. The real reason was to build a solar farm.
#7. When Americans show up in numbers to oppose illegal government action, the Feds back down.
#8. The Feds have no problem spilling American blood on foreign soil (using drone strikes), but are not yet ready to openly spill American blood onAmerican soil. (As “Phil Dirt” pointed out in the comments, the federal government has killed Americans on American soil — David Koresh and his followers being the most obvious example — but it has always been done under some kind of pretense.)
#9. If something like this can happen in Nevada, it can happen in any of the other 49 states.
#10. There is no limit to what the federal government will do to strip states of their sovereignty and further enslave the American people.
Which pretty much reflects our Federal Government and pResident..
“Based on the recent legislation in New York, we are prohibited from selling rifles and receivers to residents of New York. We have chosen to extend that prohibition to all governmental agencies associated with or located within New York.
Hmm, I wonder … If he really had the support of the American people, why is he so busy trying to disarm those who supposedly love him so much?
Well, then, let me help: This administration need not look any further than within its own ranks.
And this, friends, is the very reason we are an armed people.
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The NBC, ABC, and CBS evening newscasts on Tuesday all recited the same White House talking points as anchors and correspondents wrung their hands over the upcoming sequester budget cuts set to take effect on March 1. While all three broadcasts touted President Obama using “dire language” to warn against the cuts – only amounting to less that three percent of the federal budget – none of them noted that it was the President’s idea in the first place. At the top of NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams sounded the alarm: “Deep impact….deep budget cuts poised to have a major impact on the military, law enforcement, even food inspection.” In the report that followed, correspondent John Yang fretted: “Through 2021, it means cutting $85 billion a year, half from the Pentagon, half from non-defense programs. Everything from education to national parks to Meals on Wheels.” Yang failed to mention the current annual federal budget is around $3.5 trillion.
A University of Houston graduate student says he’s conducting a study to hopefully answer the question being asked across the country, “Do more guns… (more)
A thunderous round of applause and a standing ovation greeted the news Wednesday night that a proposed town bylaw to restrict some assault weapons was going to be… (more)
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