Does he really believe the crap that he says?
Does he really believe the crap that he says?
“We are fighting for the right simply to practice our religion without being punished by the state and by the culture,” says Dreher. “And it’s a fight we’re losing, quite frankly.”
By Saturday night, Governor Mark Dayton will have to decide: civil rights, or sniveling fright.
The Minnesota Legislature just sent Governor Dayton Senate File 878, a public safety bill, which passed the Minnesota Legislature by huge margins, and which contains five separate gun rights initiatives (see more below).
Now, we need to make sure that Governor Dayton hears our voices and signs the bill.
What are the pro-2A bills?
Where can I learn more?
You can read more about each of these bills at at gocra.mn/2015.
What are the governor’s options?
The Minnesota Constitution gives Governor Dayton three options:
The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC showed no interest in covering on Wednesday night the optics of President Obama touting global warming as a “serious threat,” in a speech to graduates of the Coast Guard Academy, days after the Iraqi city of Ramadi fell to ISIS. While the networks avoided this story, the Fox News Channel (FNC) program Special Report offered a full segment on the President’s remarks and their timing in relation to the continued rise of ISIS.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury indicted liberal activist and Florida postal worker Douglas Hughes on a total of six felony and misdemeanor charges in relation to his April 15 landing of gyropcopter on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol that, if convicted, could result in up to a nine-and-half-year prison sentence. When it came to the major broadcast networks covering this story on their Wednesday night newscasts, CBS and NBC neglected to devote even a second to this story.
The Wednesday editions of ABC’s World News Tonight and CBS Evening News ignored the news that Republican Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul (Ky.) launched a new marathon speech on the Senator floor hours earlier in protest of the federal government’s collection of phone records. While ABC and CBS failed to cover this story, NBC Nightly News offered a 26-second news brief on the issue.
CNN’s Gloria Borger asserted on Wednesday’s Wolf program that the latest revelation involving a potential conflict of interest for Hillary Clinton – her e-mail exchanges with Sidney Blumenthal on Libya when she was secretary of state – wasn’t much of a scandal: "I don’t think this rises to a huge level, but it does show you that when you’ve been in public life for decades, you do collect a lot of people…who still want to get your ear." This came moments after Borger acknowledged that this issue was "kind of embarrassing."
U.S. News & World Report‘s Susan Milligan wildly spun for Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on the May 20 edition of Hardball when she insisted that the fact that her supporters cannot name a single accomplishment of hers as Secretary of State is, well, "unfair."
Journalists on all three networks, Wednesday, covered Hillary Clinton talking to reporters for the first time in a month. Yet, ABC’s Good Morning America managed to do the story without any Republican critics and with George Stephanopoulos returning to anchor the segment. GMA correspondent Cecilia Vega underlined, "Twenty eight days. That’s how long Hillary Clinton went without taking questions from reporters and, believe me, we have been asking."
On Tuesday, the Washington Post‘s Janell Ross spotlighted a Twitter post attacking Sarah Palin, as she forwarded the left’s narrative about a supposed double standard between coverage of black violence and the recent shootings involving biker gangs in Waco, Texas. The Tweet included a photo of Palin at the 2011 Rolling Thunder event in Washington, DC, which honors America’s fallen members of the military, and bemoaned how "radical white politicians coddle these thugs." The Washington Post‘s Twitter account included the picture when they promoted Ross’s item.
On Wednesday, CBS This Morning hosted New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio for an exclusive interview at the top of One World Trade Center’s new observation desk and gave the far-left mayor an unchallenged platform to promote his liberal agenda.
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