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Gun accessory maker moves some manufacturing out of Colorado

Gun accessory manufacturer Magpul has moved the manufacture of two of its most popular products to other states. After Colorado passed a law making any magazines over 15 rounds illegal, Magpul vowed to move some or all of its manufacturing out-of-state. Now, the accessory maker is living up to the promise. Magpul is now making PMags, magazines that can hold ...

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More states making move to gold, silver as legal tender

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Arizona senators voted 18-10 on Tuesday to pass a measure that would make gold and silver legal for use as tender for payment. Earlier this month the same legislation cleared the Arizona House which leaves only Governor Jan Brewer’s signature before it becomes law. While U.S. currency will continue to be accepted in the Grand Canyon State, the new bill ...

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Louisiana Teacher Unions: The Students Are Ours

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Through the work of Governor Bobby Jindal, Louisiana has been increasing its voucher program for students. Allowing families to choose schools that perform may be helping improve education in the state. A recent study by Students First put Louisiana at the top of its education policy report. The voucher plan, while popular with parents desperate to find quality education in ...

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A hapless journey’s end

What happened in Boston last week was truly a tragedy. Two Muslim brothers detonated two bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Unless you have been living in a cave or under a rock somewhere you already know what happened. The sad fact is the Obama Administration, the FBI, and the entire intelligence community failed to protect the ...

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Tolerance: The Ultimate “F” Bomb that’s Destroying America’s Culture

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      Tolerance is not a wonderful thing; it’s the ultimate “F” bomb forcing Americans to assimilate to multiculturalism (Cultural Marxism), and that ideology is dangerous. Tolerance toward everyone and every foreign culture within any country’s borders has long gotten people, armies, and countries slaughtered by brutal enemies. But that is the grand scheme behind “tolerance.” It’s one thing ...

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It has been said before but I will say it again.  Federally elected officials just don’t comprehend the role of government. Today I read a comment by Senator John Hoeven. More than two years ago I persuaded former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to initiate a new USGS study of the Williston Basin to stimulate more private-sector investment in infrastructure like ...

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CNN Contributor Arrested

Self-avowed communist revolutionary and former “Green Jobs Czar” turned CNN contributor Van Jones was arrested on Monday at a protest outside a federal courthouse in St. Louis. According to Jones’ Twitter posts, miners are being “ripped off by Big Coal,” so he volunteered to be arrested along with 16 others. Jones said he was protesting not only for environmental reasons, ...

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President Obama Press Conference – April 30th


As stated by the President, this press conference was in honor of outgoing White House Correspondents’ President Ed Henry, of Fox News. Accordingly, the first recognized was Henry, and he offered questions on Syria and Benghazi. On Syria, Henry asked what the next move is for this administration. It is not surprising that since chemical weapons are the bone of ...

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Congressman Issa Responds To Obama’s Remarks On Benghazi Whistleblowers


Immediately after President Obama stated that he had no knowledge of efforts to block whistleblowers from telling their stories in regard to the Benghazi attack, Congressman and Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee , Darrell Issa ( R-CA) issued the following statement: “A lawyer for Benghazi whistleblowers has publicly stated that the State Department is blocking her ...

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Obama Presser: Not Sure What Happened; We Will Investigate

100 days press conference

The first three questions at President Obama’s late starting 100 Days press conference Tuesday did not put the administration in a very good light. The first question about the weapons of mass destruction used in Syria cause the POTUS to respond he understood chemical weapons were used but he was unsure by whom, where and why. His team would investigate ...

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Stick figure deemed racist by council member

Stick figure deemed racist by council member After finishing what was intended to be a civic project, a group of high school students in Virginia were excited to present a patchwork quilt to their city council during a recent meeting. Despite their good intentions, though, one race-baiting council member took offense to the artwork in one square, implying it displayed ...

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Two Men in the News. One is a Hero.

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This week the media is all aflutter over the idea that one obscure basketball player has admitted he is gay. Jason Collins, the little used center for the Washington Wizards decided the world needs to know his sexual orientation. Prior to this announcement the season averaging 1.1 point bench player was a relative unknown to most. A cynical person might ...

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