Alabama Lawmaker Vows to Get Rid of all College Gun-Free Zones in the State

no weapons allowed According to a campus carry group in Alabama, students are technically permitted to carry on public university campuses. If they’re caught, the school will expel them, but they’re not going to be imprisoned, because it’s not against the law. The universities have rules that must be followed as conditions of attendance. But one Alabama representative wants to eliminate these gun-free zones. Private universities would still be able to make whatever rules they want on firearms, but public universities Read more [...]
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Socialist Bernie Sanders: Living in a Mansion Like the White House Would be Like “Public Housing”

bernie sanders During a Democratic Presidential forum, someone asked Bernie Sanders an interesting question:  “Is it off-brand for a Democratic socialist to live in a mansion like the White House?” Sanders responded, “I would consider it more like public housing.” While the first family does have to pick up the tab for some things such as food, they don’t have to pay rent, a mortgage, or utility bills. John F. Groom, author of The $1.4 Billion Man:  Costs of the Obama White House, broke down the Read more [...]
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Ted Cruz is Eligible for the Presidency, Part 1

Trump Cruz How can you tell when a candidate has Washington--as well as his opponents--wholly terrified? When it's only January, and a candidate is as bloody as Ted Cruz. It's a 10-on-1 prison yard fight out there, and everyone's out to get their shiv in. This isn't only coming from the left either. In fact, the primary thrust of the blade is coming from the Republicans. Donald Trump spearheaded the Cruz Birther movement, and others have since piled on. John McCain said it should be looked into, attorneys Read more [...]
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President Obama's 2016 State of the Union

obama shrug Tonight marks the eighth year I’ve come here to report on the State of the Union.  And for this final one, I’m going to try to make it shorter.  I know some of you are antsy to get back to Iowa.   I also understand that because it’s an election season, expectations for what we’ll achieve this year are low.  Still, Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the constructive approach you and the other leaders took at the end of last year to pass a budget and make tax cuts permanent for working families.  Read more [...]
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American Citizen Begging for Help from North Korea?

Kim Dong Chul An alleged dual South Korean-American citizen, Kim Dong Chul, is begging the U.S. or South Korean governments to rescue him from his imprisonment in North Korea. The reportedly former Fairfax, Virginia resident has not been formally charged, but has been held by North Korean security officials since October 2015. In an exclusive interview with CNN released Monday, Kim admits he spied on behalf of the South Korean government during his time as a business executive. “I’m asking the U.S. Read more [...]
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How Would Concealed Carriers do in an Active Shooter Situation? News Station Puts Them to the Test

active shooter We’ve all heard liberals say that no gun carrier has ever prevented a mass shooting. If there had been a concealed carrier in the Aurora theater, liberals insist that there would have been no way for him to take out the murderer James Holmes. Same thing at Sandy Hook, and every other mass shooting. In fact, having concealed carriers in those situations would only make things more dangerous for everyone else. Besides, the studies show that concealed carriers’ guns are always used against them Read more [...]
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White House on Philadelphia Muslim Cop Shooter: "Certainly One Thing We Can do is to Keep Guns Out of the Hands of People Like Him"

archer guns If you recall, there was a man in Philadelphia last week who opened fire on a cop at an intersection, shooting him some 13 times. Even though the cop was severely injured, he took off on foot after 30-year-old Edward Archer and shot him a few times in his arms and buttocks. After Archer has recovered in the hospital, he’ll be charged with aggravated assault, assault of a law enforcement officer, and several other charges related to the gun he used. Archer pledged his support to ISIS and claimed Read more [...]
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I Say “Limited Government,” They Hear “Anti-Government”

Brooklyn, New York -- August 27, 1776

Colonel Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, a hero of the Revolutionary War and father of Robert E. Lee, once commented that during the war "the state of Delaware furnished one regiment only; and certainly no regiment in the army surpassed it in soldiership."  At the Battle of Long Island, the actions of the Delaware Regiment kept the American defeat from becoming a disaster. Fighting alongside the 1st Maryland Regiment, the soldiers from Delaware may well have prevented the capture of the majority of Washington's army - an event that might have ended the colonial rebellion.  Organized in January 1776 by Colonel John Haslet, the Delaware Regiment was noted as the best uniformed and equipped regiment of the Continental Army.  Delaware's blue jackets with red facings and white waistcoats and breeches would later become the uniform for all the Continental troops.  During the Battle of Long Island, the Delaware and Maryland troops were positioned on the right of Washington's line.  They defended the most direct route from the British landing site in south Brooklyn to the American fortifications in Brooklyn Heights.  Though the troops faced the fiercest fighting of the day, they held their ground long enough to allow the remainder of Washington's army to safely retreat to the fortifications.  However, the Delaware regiment was outflanked and forced to retreat, taking 23 prisoners with them, through marshland and across the Gowanus creek.  Two nights later, Washington entrusted his Delaware and Maryland soldiers to be the rear guard as he secretly withdrew his army from Brooklyn to Manhattan.  Today, the 175th Infantry Regiment, Maryland Army National Guard, preserves the legacy of the 1st Maryland Regiment.  The 198th Signal Battalion, Delaware Army National Guard, perpetuates the proud lineage of the Delaware Regiment. I do not consider the libertarian or true conservative movement to be inherently anti-government. But according to a growing number of “progressives,” anyone who seeks to limit the federal government’s regulations and interventions is automatically “anti-government.” You’ll notice that any gridlock in Congress is considered an evil: Democrats will accuse Constitutionalists of “keeping the government from functioning.” I noticed this recently in an article on a biography of moneyed Read more [...]
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You Rate Businesses, But What Happens When Businesses Start to Rate You?

five star You’re probably familiar with Yelp, Trip Advisor, Yellow Pages, and other online review sites that help you pick out the best restaurants, hotels, services, and attractions in your local area. You may have even contributed to some of these sites by telling others about your stellar (or not so stellar) experience. But what would happen if businesses started rating their customers? In actuality, this has already begun. Uber already has a rating system in place whereby drivers can rate passengers. Read more [...]
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In a Fight with Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush will Lose because He Just Doesn't Get it

Jeb Bush   Jeb Bush brilliantly showed why he doesn't stand a chance in a head-to-head matchup against Hillary Clinton while on MSNBC on Monday. He argued that he wouldn't talk about Bill Clinton's past immorality in a fight for the presidency because it just didn't matter. What Bush fails to realize is that if he chooses to ignore the Clinton Family's moral failings (much as Mitt Romney chose to ignore Obama's many personal failings) than he can't hope to overcome the Democrat nominee. Why? Because Read more [...]
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Government Admits - No Credible Link between Ecigs and Teen Smoking!

e-cigs The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concedes there is no “definitive, concrete link” between youngsters using e-cigarettes and smoking tobacco cigarettes. The CDC was unable to confirm a credible link between e-cigarette use and teen smoking in a series of communications with The Daily Caller News Foundation. E-cigarettes have long been subjected to a barrage of attacks. They have been accused of being a gateway to tobacco and “renormalizing smoking.” The CDC gave these Read more [...]
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Cruz: As President, I Won’t End Obamacare

cruz obamacare This is just one of many differences between Cruz and Obama. What’s Obama’s way of handling things? If Congress won’t do what he wants, he issues executive orders. What’s the point of having a Constitution that delegates powers across three branches of government if the President is keen on acting as a dictator? The President stated that his gun control executive orders are “entirely consistent with the Second Amendment.” But the President can’t make laws. Remember, that’s supposed Read more [...]
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