In case you haven’t noticed by now, Armageddon didn’t happen. The sequester came and the sun is still coming up. Planes aren’t falling from the heavens. And I haven’t had to use my guns to defend my home against a single robber or terrorist.
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The most dangerous thing about the SPLC’s report is not their findings, but rather the fact that, in associating fringe groups with mainstream figures and a particular political ideology, it seeks to tar them with the same brush.
According to this legal expert, the President’s acting out with intent to harm the country would be a very serious offense.
The day of reckoning will come when the Fed starts to tighten, according to Schiff. “It is amazing Bernanke can admit he has no exit strategy,” he explained, noting the Fed will monetize some of its Treasury and mortgage holdings, but will have to sell a lot of both to normalize its monetary stance.
Questioning Holder about a letter he sent to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in which the attorney general said it would take an “extraordinary circumstance” to use a drone to kill an American on U.S. soil, Cruz pressed Holder on whether such lethal force would be constitutional.
While the federal government reports that U.S. temperatures have been ticking up in recent years, freak cold snaps and storms often leave average voters questioning whether global warming is a real phenomenon.
The 12-week ban would prohibit abortions from the point when a fetus’ heartbeat can typically be detected using an abdominal ultrasound.
At the very least, the newly released emails reinforce the image of the Obama Administration as a bumbling circus in which no one takes responsibility for anything, and the table of organization runs up to that fabled Empty Chair.
The report, released Tuesday, estimates that executive agencies could have saved more than $67 billion in 2012 by implementing thousands of recommendations from their inspectors general.
The court decision noted that the funds “make their way to private schools with religious affiliation by means of personal choices of students’ parents.”