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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Locked and Loaded

 Friday Afternoon Roundup - Locked and Loaded

LET'S GET RIGHT TO THE POINT

While the White House was busy drafting proposals to ban assault rifles, the last of the regulations imposed on Saudi travel to the United States after September 11 were being taken apart. While some government officials were busy planning how to disarm Americans, other ...

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Disarming Americans, Arming Terrorists

Disarming Americans, Arming Terrorists

While the White House was busy drafting proposals to ban assault rifles, the last of the regulations imposed on Saudi travel to the United States after September 11 were being taken apart. While some government officials were busy planning how to disarm Americans, other officials were negotiating ...

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The Obama Military – Evolution and Legacy

The Obama Military – Evolution and Legacy

Forward – The Commander-in-Chief

Throughout the 236 years of US history, military forces have experienced numerous transformations in roles and missions, structure and procedures, reputation and power, technological advancement, and ultimately application and operation in combat. Initially the Army, ...

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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Monsters of Warhol

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Monsters of Warhol

CRIMINALS HATE GUNS

Criminals hate guns. Whether it's the street mugger, the corrupt CEO or the dirty politician, they hate the idea that any of their victims might be armed.

Mugging an armed man is dangerous. Throwing an armed man out of his home is dangerous. Repressing an armed man is dangerous.

If ...

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Courts v. Cops

Courts v. Cops

The legal war on the war on crime

City Journal

New York's proactive style of policing is under assault from politicians and the media as never before. But the greatest threat lies in the courtroom, where three cases before a federal judge assert that the New York City Police Department's practice of ...

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Home of the Enslaved

Home of the Enslaved

Millions of Americans got a nasty surprise last week in their paychecks. Their pay was effectively reduced due to the taxation football being fumbled once again by our so-called esteemed leaders in DC.   Many Americans believed these politicians on both sides of the aisle when they claimed ...

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“Benghazi-gate” Is Not The Only National Security Cover-up By The Obama Regime

“Benghazi-gate” Is Not The Only National Security Cover-up By The Obama Regime

The Nation Still Awaits Explanation Of The Mysterious LA Missile LaunchPhoto Credit CBS

Our National Security Illusion Built On Cover-ups

The fact that the American people are being lied toconcerning the motivation of the Islamic jihadists who attacked the U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi and ...

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Drinking for the State

 Drinking for the State

There was a time when the United States government ran on hooch. Hard up for cash, taxes on whiskey and beer funded the Civil War. With 40 percent of government revenues coming from liquor taxes, alcohol made the dramatic post-war expansion of government possible so that by the 20th Century, the ...

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Outside the Territory of Reason

 Outside the Territory of Reason

As the edge of the fiscal cliff approaches and then recedes, like an imagined desert isle appearing and disappearing admit the waves, the process that has brought America into the tyranny of debt goes on. The national debt, like our annual deficits, is a symptom of the true problem.

Irresponsible ...

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