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Imperial Presidency: Immigration Enforcement

One of the signs of tyranny is the selective, random or irregular enforcement of law. Among the primary requirements of any functional government is securing the borders with other countries. And with that, we bring to your attention:  Obama’s Border Enforcement and Immigration Crises.  It started under Reagan with the Dems’ Immigration Reform and Control […]

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This Simply HAS To Taste Bad

The headline says it all: Court orders Chicago to pay NRA’s legal fees A federal court is ordering the city of Chicago to pay the National Rifle Association nearly $1 million in legal fees. The NRA had challenged a Chicago law banning gun sales within the city limits that a federal court ruled unconstitutional in […]

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Cold War News: Defector’s Notes Released

Back in the days when some folks viewed The West as a good place to be: Soviet defector’s trove of KGB secrets released Original documents from one of the biggest intelligence leaks in history — a who’s who of Soviet spying — were released Monday after being held in secret for two decades. The files […]

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Think the Bundy Fight in Nevada Is Over?

If Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned..they ain’t seen our post-Bundy Federal LE types: Nevada Sheriff, Feds: Cliven Bundy Must Be Held Accountable U.S. Bureau of Land Management officials say they agree with a Nevada sheriff’s position that rancher Cliven Bundy must be held accountable for his role in an April standoff between […]

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Romney: He Might Have Been Better

…but there’s no real way he could have been any worse than the current White House Occupier occupant: Romney Was Right on Several Major Issues, Observers Say On Russia, Iran, Israel, Corporations having 1st Amendment rights and immigration: Romney had a better view of things before the election.  And the MSM mocked him. Too bad […]

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Cool Space Stuff: Cassini

Cassini’s decade at Saturn in pictures Eight years. That’s how long Cassini spent wandering the Solar System, picking up boosts from Venus and Earth before swinging past Jupiter. Finally, after all that time, it was inserted into orbit around Saturn. Its first views of the ringed planet, taken from a distance, are hauntingly beautiful. But […]

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