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Police Want A Record Of All Text Messages

Law enforcement agencies want to require cellular providers under the force of Federal law to keep a record of all text messages in case they ever need them. AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans’ confidential text messages, according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel today. ...

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Why The Sequester Is Important

On March 1st, the so-called sequester which is a series of automatic spending “cuts” that were agreed to in 2011 are supposed to take effect. The “cuts” are supposed to be around $1.2 trillion over 10 years spread equally among defense and non-defense spending. Democrats are complaining how women, children, and old people will be (insert one or more of ...

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Rand Paul: ‘Not a neoconservative, nor an isolationist’

Rand Paul not isolationist nor neoconservative

Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul gave his long awaited foreign policy speech at the Heritage Foundation. In it, he tried to outline a foreign policy vision that is a departure from the foreign policy that has been offered for more than a decade by the GOP. Also in the speech, he tried to distance himself from his father, Ron Paul’s, more ...

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Young Conservatives Take Aim At Gun Control

Starting on Monday, young conservative activists began a campaign to defend the right to keep and bear arms. The campaign, entitled “Take Control of Gun Control Week” is a week long series of events where activists are urged to contact their representatives and tell them that if they support gun control measures, they will receive no campaign funds. According to ...

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Go Home Wayne LaPierre, You’re Drunk

National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre broke his organization’s silence since last week’s atrocity at Sandy Hook Elementary by giving a press conferencethis morning. The press conference’s tone was rambling at times and it appeared to generally lack focus. The NRA gave some reasons they thought that there were mass shootings There exists in this country, sadly, a ...

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Off The Cliff We Go


Tonight, Speaker of the House John Boehner declined to bring his so-called “Plan B” for averting the so-called fiscal cliff for a vote. “Plan B” did not have enough support among House Republicans to pass. The House immediately voted to adjourn until after Christmas. We’re pretty much going off the cliff unless something drastic happens in the next couple of ...

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