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Secret Service Power Expansion Sought in CO

Sometime this week, a vote is expected in the Colorado General Assembly on Senate Bill 13-013. The bill would provide so-called “Peace Officer” powers to Secret Service agents in the state who’d prefer to have more police-like powers. The head of Colorado’s Secret Service has already admitted to the Senate Committee that they want this […]

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Constitution Set to Die Next Year

Schedule a day off next year for the Constitution’s funeral. The NSA’s Utah Data Center (UDC) is set to become fully operational in 2013. The facility is supposedly going to be capable of monitoring just about every aspect of your life, including transactions, phone calls and Internet activity. We are approaching the point of no […]

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Oklahoma Woman Kills Intruder

On New Year’s Eve, 2 men – 1 with a foot-long hunting knife – broke into an Oklahoma woman’s home. The woman was alone with her baby and called 911 for assistance. She picked up her shotgun and pistol and informed the 911 dispatcher of this fact. She then requested permission to shoot the intruders, […]

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Best News I’ve Heard All Day: ObamaCare to the Supreme Court

Those of us familiar with that old document known as the Constitution have a reason to rejoice!  The United States Supreme Court has decided that they will review the constitutionality of Obamacare and wait for it…make a decision in this election cycle. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear arguments next […]

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Who Needs Checks and Balances? Certainly Not Obama

President Obama rolled out his plan for what he calls “helping” with student loans, housing crisis and more…Here’s the best part of the plan. He has no intention of letting a little thing like the Constitution get in his way. President Barack Obama this week will announce a series of actions to help the economy […]

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Entering The Age Of “Undo”

One of the key tenets of Obama and his administration, well, not just Obama’s, but Bush’s before him, actually, administrations stretching all the way back to FDR and beyond, is the feel that they always need to “Do” something. Whenever there is some kind of crisis befalling the American people, whether it be the Crash […]

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