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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Retired Raytheon Engineer Don Woolley is planning to start the Southern Arizona Conservative PAC in Sahuarita, Arizona. Mr. Woolley has been working on getting the paper work completed with the Secretary of State and has a Facebook page. In an … Continue reading
By Wesley Pruden on January 31, 2012 Global warming: Been there, done that. Forward-looking folks are adjusting their fretting machinery now to something called Cycle 25. Button up your overcoats. Ice is on the way. Global warming, which was mostly … Continue reading
NBC whitewashed the anti-American activities of the violent Occupy protests in Oakland. The network dedicated only 34 seconds to covering the riot, but refused to mention the fact that Oakland protestors burned an American flag – despite the fact that … Continue reading
Late Thursday night, American company Hawker Beechcraft was informed by the U.S. Air Force that they were not going to be allowed to compete for an American military aircraft contract. The Air Force has notified Hawker Beechcraft Corp. that its … Continue reading
Dave Gibson If the bill passes and the state refuses to cooperate with Secure Communities, California will join New York in that unlawful and dangerous endeavor. San Francisco, CA – On Saturday, California Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) held a … Continue reading
For George is right; he is always right. And though I foresee dark days and many discouragements, my heart will always be with him and the country. – Martha Washington, letter to a relative, 1774; “A Little Girl in Old … Continue reading
PHOENIX, AZ (January 26, 2012)—A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has rejected a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s landmark Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program, the first-of-its-kind private school choice program that benefits special needs children. The American Federation for Children—the nation’s voice for … Continue reading
Following the successful (at least temporarily) Wikiprotest against the SOPA/PIPA legislations in the United States Congress, others are trying to form protests against the equally disturbing National Defense Authorization Act. Opponents of the NDAA have pointed to Section 1301 of … Continue reading
These are the “officers” that Janet Napolitano is so proud of. A diabetic woman caused a security scare at Los Angeles International Airport after TSA agents mistook her insulin pump for a weapon. The woman, who was not identified, was … Continue reading
Oh no! It’s happened again. Alabama’s unemployment rate continues to plummet. Ever since Alabama began implementing its immigration enforcement law, H.B. 56, in late September, the state’s unemployment rate has been dropping like a stone. In just the first month … Continue reading