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Boy suspended for having pocket knife on camping trip

Braden suspended for swiss army knife on camping trip

Garden Gate Elementary School in Cupertino, CA suspended and almost expelled a 10 year-old boy because he brought a Swiss Army knife on a camping trip. Braden Bandermann was suspended for bringing a Swiss Army knife on a camping trip. Other students on the trip apparently reported Braden to teachers once they saw that Braden had the tool. The Swiss ...

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Marco Rubio and the Magic Beans

Shortly after last year’s presidential defeat and at the beginning of the Great Republican Panic of 2013, I wrote here about what a bad idea morally and legally amnesty for illegal aliens is. Guess what? It still is. In a sane universe “immigration reform” would be specifically designed to benefit the citizens of the nation passing the law, rather than ...

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Highlights of the St. Paul Taxpayer Rally

Taxpayer Rally 2013 Highlights from Jeremy Griffith on Vimeo. Michele Bachmann, Jason Lewis and Grover Norquist headlined Saturday’s Taxpayer Rally on the Mall of the State Capitol in Minnesota. Here are some of the highlights of that event. Complete video of Bachmann and Lewis’s comments can be found at my blog at AmericanMillenniumOnline.com here. 

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At What Cost America?

I will never forget my father’s provocative words, spoken to me while watching the news shortly after the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001. Father said, “Mark, they won.” Not knowing exactly what my father meant, I said, “what do you mean dad”? He simply replied, “the terrorists won.” In my anger, and disbelief, over what took place on 911, ...

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Politically Sound Doctrine

Leadership and management theory can be narrowed down to three interrelated concepts; Authority, Responsibility, and Accountability. Yes, there are dozens of books on the market about various approaches to leadership and management.  Some folks have made a very good living theorizing how to be a better leader, or, a better manager, or being a superb both.  No criticism here about ...

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Saturday Night Cigar Lounge with Taylor – April 27th 2013

When: Saturday, April 27th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Saturday Night Cigar Lounge with Taylor on Blog Talk Radio What: Saturday nights were meant for cigars and politics. Hear Taylor and his co-host Liz Harrison talk about everything from the past week – from politics, to news, to books, and entertainment. Whatever comes to mind, and of course, sobriety is not ...

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Obama Intentionally Hurting the Nation

Obama hurting the nation

The President is intentionally hurting the nation and the people he’s entrusted to serve. In the name of the sequester, the White House’s own plan to clinch a budget deal last year, Obama is willfully and intentionally doing as much damage as possible. The President rejected a proposal by the Senate Republicans to give the President more flexibility to pick ...

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Defense Issues Weekly – week of April 26th, 2013

North Korea can strike the US A recent article by the investigative journalist Eli Lake proves beyond all doubt that North Korea does have an ICBM capable of reaching the United States, as well as the technology to miniaturize warheads and put them on such missiles. It has been, and still is, an article of faith among arms-controllers and advocates ...

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Twinkies strike back: Unions are weakening

After the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Gran Millers International Union attempted to extort Hostess out of unfair and expensive concessions, union workers will be left out of jobs as twinkies return to production. NBCNEWS.COM reports that “Twinkies are coming back—but under a new management that vows to use nonunion workers.” A third of Hostess’ production was union labor, but ...

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California paper goes after Texas Governor on regulation – gets it wrong

Perry cartoon

The explosion of a fertilizer factory in West, Texas has re-ignited an ideological debate: does the U.S. have too much regulation or not enough? Texas Governor Rick Perry responded harshly to a cartoon in the Sacramento Bee that showed the governor saying that “business is booming in Texas” with “low tax” and “low regs” banners behind him. In the next frame ...

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Why ammo is getting so expensive

Why is ammo so hard to get

Ammo prices have skyrocketed. Not only due to extreme consumer demand and an industry ill-prepared to answer it, but also because our weakening dollar means that buying the base commodities necessary to build ammo  will continue to cost more. Commodities are bought on an open market. A dollar’s worth of copper in one year is not the same as a ...

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School cites racist response to West tragedy in firing counselor

School cites racist response to West tragedy in firing counselor Individuals on both sides of the political aisle have been known to manipulate tragic events to suit their own ideological bent. Those on the lunatic left, though, unquestionably entertain this prospect with a spirit of vitriol unmatched by their conservative counterparts. Such was the case with a social media comment ...

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Wounded Vets Take Message of Hope to Victims

Without fanfare or cameras several Marines visited victims of the Boston Bombing with a message of hope. Having lost limbs themselves, they were able to share hope with the hurting. Bloomberg News: B.J. Ganem lost a leg to a roadside bomb in Iraq while serving in the Marines. Bobby  Donnelly lost his after a high-altitude parachute jump. When the explosions ...

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Would You Sign to Rid U.S. of 1st Amendment?

These guys would. Clips from this video were shown on Fox and Friends Friday. The creator, Mark Dice, wanted to challenge the knowledge of Obama supporters by offering a petition to rid the US of its pesky First Amendment. Is it okay for those mean right wingers to criticize the president? Want to stop those haters? Watch as the majority ...

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Congress moves to act on flight delays before recess

The House of Representatives is moving quickly today to finalize a Senate-passed plan that will ease air traffic delays. Congress goes into recess at the end of this week and politicians fearful of leaving constituents dealing with flight delays and cancellations for another week has put pressure on them to act. Business travelers and vacationers have been taking the brunt ...

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