A County prosecutor has dropped the previously filed felony charges against Dennis Fleming – the man who held a burglar at gun point until police could arrive.
Archive for February, 2012
Ben Swann, a reporter from WXIX in Cincinnati, OH who is surging in national popularity, has put together a 30 minute “Reality Check” on the 4 GOP presidential candidates ahead of Super Tuesday. The extended feature focuses on three main issues: Budgets, Gas Prices, & Iran. Follow Ben on Facebook & Twitter . —
DNC [and Democratic Attack Machine] Chairman Debbie Wassermann-Schultz made another appearance on national television recently, in which she makes her usual ludicrous, and totally discredited comments about the “American people,” this time attempting to say that “Real America” just loves Obama-care.. among other things. Check out the video: After the host of the show quotes several […]
. It seems that Americans are enraged – yet again (sarcasm intended) – with the price of gasoline. Is this outrage justified? Not when you take a few things into consideration. #1 – Gas prices are at the levels they were in the late spring/early summer of 2008. (Graph 1) #2 – Inflation […]
“Look, Mr. Straun, John, can I call you John? We’ve been at this for 25 days. We’re all sick of this. We all want to go home. You’re the only one left. You’re the one keeping us here. I got things to do at home. I got to go to work and make a living. […]
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker successfully passed legislation last year that put a few restraints on out-of-control public sector unions, despite their disgraceful Astroturf occupation of the State capital building, the death threats and everything else they tried. So the unions launched a recall petition against Walker, the Lt. Governor and four Republican Senators who voted with […]
“Am I at Sears— in the Craftsman Department? There sure seem to be a lot of liberal tools here today. “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! My name is Al Gore and I approve of this massage! We are gathered here tonight for this auspicious inaugural presentation of The Barrys, the premiere annual awards ceremony of […]
Employers view employment history and experience as key factors in determining whether or not to hire someone, but now ten states are considering legislation making it illegal to reject a potential employee on the basis of being unemployed. The proposals from Connecticut to California range in scope from banning advertisements that require current employment to […]
Is affirmative action in the determination of higher education admission ending? In 2003, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) upheld the race-conscious admissions policy at the University of Michigan’s law school. In making its 5-4 decision, SCOTUS reasoned that a diverse student body prepares students for their professional careers, as “the skills needed in today’s increasingly global […]
Gas prices have doubled under Obama’s leadership. Implementing the same policies as Jimmy Carter, the same outcome has resulted. How long until late 70′s inflation rears its ugly head due to the failed economic policy of another progressive administration.
The United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran has drastically accelerated it’s capability to produce higher-grade enriched uranium in just the last few months.
Much attention has been given to the story of the now famous turkey sandwich and apple juice confiscated from a preschool student by the food nazi. That incident started a firestorm of internet activity and even a protest “Lunch In” in Washington, D.C., but not a lot of talk has surfaced about the origins of […]
DISTRICT OF CRIMINALS — Fresh off blowing hot air at the press about the dire need to move U.S. energy dependence from oil to algae, President Barack “Downgrade” Obama today took daring steps, naming Batboy as the nation’s first Algae Czar. In his first official decree, Batboy, who has lived openly in public for 27 years […]