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Buffett To Buy Kerry

The newly confirmed Secretary of State John Kerry is now $23 Billion richer. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital has announced the purchase of H.J. Heinz Co. for $23 billion in cash. Kerry, who’s wife is the heir to the Heinz fortune, recently divested more than 100 holdings all over the world to avoid conflicts of interest unpon his ...

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VIDEO: A Lesson In Firearms

The testimony from Rob Doar at the Minnesota House Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee Hearing was a lesson in firearms that every gun control advocate needs to see. Unfortunately, several Democrat legislators, including the author of the bill to ban such firearms and equipment, felt it was unnecessary to be a part of the discussion. Doar is a firearms ...

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Gun Control In Minnesota

Day 2 of the Public Safety Committee hearings in the Minnesota State House attracted hundreds of pro-Second Amendment advocates, detailed testimony and even a firearm demonstration. Today’s hearing focused on House File Number 241, which, if enacted, will ban certain firearms, limit ammunition capacities, require additional background checks and in-home gun storage inspections, firearm confiscation upon death, as well as ...

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Gun Control Coming To Minnesota?

November’s elections gave Democrats in Minnesota control of the State House and Senate. And with a Democrat governor elected in 2010, there is little to stop the progressive agenda from sweeping the state. As if a huge tax and spend budget proposal and health insurance exchanges weren’t enough, Minnesotans are bracing for what could be the most egregious assault on ...

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The War on School Lunch Continues

The United States Department of Agriculture is imposing more restrictions on school lunch rooms. According to a news release, the USDA is accepting public comment on the new proposed standards on school lunches and snack offerings. Under the guise of creating a healthier youth, the USDA’s National School Lunch Program is on the attack again, this time targeting snack foods. ...

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Do You Smell a Rat?

The Environmental Protection Agency announced it will ban the sale of D-Con mouse and rat poisons in 30 days if Reckitt Benckiser Group, the maker of the products, fail to request a hearing before an EPA judge. D-Con traps and poisons help keep disease carrying rodents out of millions of homes and businesses throughout the United States and beyond. Though ...

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The 5 Reasons You MUST Watch Frack Nation

Phelim McAleer is an investigative journalist who has worked in Ireland, the UK and the United States. He is an incredibly intelligent man with a fearless attitude. “Asking the powerful, difficult questions is a great job,” claims McAleer at the start of his new documentary, “and I love it.” McAleer has a passion for shining light on the inaccuracies in ...

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Media Hypocrisy In The War On Guns

Would YOU put this sign in YOUR yard? A crew of undercover journalists asked just that of the many editors, commentators and journalists in the New York & DC metro following weeks of media attention given to a New York paper that published the names and addresses of law abiding gun owners. Their responses were astonishing and quite different than ...

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TARGETED? Gun Owner Robbed After Newspaper Publishes Address

In late December 2012, the Journal News published names and addresses of legal gun owners in 2 New York counties. The paper obtained the list via a Freedom of Information request (FOIA), compiled the data and published an article entitled, ‘The Gun Owner Next Door’ complete with interactive maps in the online version of the piece. (Link intentionally left out ...

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NRA Publishes List of Gun Control Advocates

NRA publishes gun rights activists

Unions, celebrities, advocacy groups, writers and newspapers all made the list. After the Journal News published the names and addresses of more than 33,000 legal handgun permit holders, making families, homes and neighborhoods vulnerable to theft and assault, the National Rifle Association decided to hit back. If the intent of the newspaper was to shame those with gun permits living ...

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Ellison ‘Stands With’ Violent Protesters

Hours after a union mob violently attacked a pro-right-to-work group in Lansing, MI, Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison posted to his Facebook page and Twitter feed that he is “proud to stand with working people in Michigan to oppose “Right To Work For Less” legislation. Ellison shared the following photo on his Facebook page courtesy of We Are Michigan, a coalition ...

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Punched In The Face!

Conservative activist and comedian Steven Crowder was punched in the face at least four times as he attempted to stop a union mob from destroying a tent in a Lansing, MI protest over right-to-work legislation. Crowder suffered bruises to his face and a chipped tooth in the assault. Additional footage can be seen on the Sean Hannity show on Fox ...

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Speaking Out After Union Violence: Americans For Prosperity Leaders

After the mob assault on the volunteers and property of Americans For Prosperity in Michigan, AFP took no time in responding via social media and the organization’s website. “The passage of Right-to-Work is a win/win for Michigan,” said Michigan State Director Scott Hagerstrom in a statement. “Despite this victory, it took place amid union brutality and violence. I am saddened ...

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Union Mob Traps Women, Children, Vandalizes Property

union members wreck tent

The fight over ‘right to work’ legislation that has passed the Michigan state legislature turned violent today when a mob of angry pro-union protesters vandalized a large tent. The tent was erected by the Michigan chapter of Americans For Prosperity, a free market activist group. The tent, according to reports via social media from those in attendance, had women and ...

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Dayton, DFL & Dangerous Environmental Policy

Less than a month after the Democrat Farm-Labor party regained control of the Minnesota House and Senate, far left governor Mark Dayton and several of his administration’s top appointees started a tour of the state pushing an economically dangerous agenda. In November of 2011, Governor Dayton signed an executive order establishing the MN Environmental Congress. Under the new law, the ...

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