Obama Care is here to stay. The United States is finally trying to care about its citizens.
It figures that Chelsea Clinton would choose a husband: 1) who comes from a family who helped her family's political plight and 2) who has a father who rivals her dad for sliminess (and that's a tall order).
Just think--we could have a whole new generation of Clinton law-breaking and debauchery from a husband and wife. Link to information on next page.
Finally, the truth is being revealed that the United States has more homegrown terrorists than imported from overseas.
The 14th Amendment is really quite clear. No law may be passed which pertains to one group of law-abiding citizens of the United States, which does not apply to others. Here is how "Section 1." of the 14th Amendment reads from the Cornell University Law School:
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
Hum... what is that thing up there on top of my head?
This is going to be good. Let The Donald speak!
Who do we need to be afraid of? Black or White Americans?
He really should have known better; glad it has come to a reasonable solution. http://www.bcsn.tv/news_article/show/524931
Toledo Tea Party gets it right on where the money goes!
Stainbrook just pulled in Rick Perry for his Lincoln Day Dinner. Which pulled all the local Republican politicians in with numbers enough for a possible $22,000 in receipts before expenses, and you know where that money is going?
Not for candidates or funding of the party's operating expenses, but, towards a long shot law suit the party chair has launched against our own Secretary of State Jon Husted.
I just returned from an extended business trip to Europe. If you haven't traveled there, you might be surprised to learn that English is the unifying language. Very seldom did I run into a social or business situation where the European with whom I was interacting couldn't communicate in English.
There is a growing trend within European Union nations to make English the official language. How ironic. At a time when U.S. companies are making you "Press 1 for English" and ATMs require choosing from a menu containing Spanish, Mandarin and Arabic, the land of many languages is thinking of making English its multi-country language.
Today I've seen a lot of people talking about the landing of D Day.
It is in an important event. One that showed the difficulty in the mission and the sacrifice so many have been willing to make for so many more. However, every year I hear about the landing it reminds me of so much more.
This man was open carrying his weapon legally when Police questioned him. After expressing his rights they followed him to his vehicle.
Now according to some Swampbubbles posters following a person is akin to an attack. So would this man not be justified in shooting the police at the airport?
Anyone know how? It's says I'm not a member. Tried contacting jr. No way of knowing if he received.
PS A link to join would be helpful
Wood and Fulton County residents are fighting the proposed NEXUS Pipeline. Within the districts of State Rep Barbara Sears and U.S. Rep Robert Latta local governments have come out against the NEXUS Pipeline. Resolutions against include:
The village of Swanton
The village of Metamora
ALEC Does Dallas
ALEC Agenda: Medicaid, Schools, and Exporting Our Gas
In a nationwide referendum, Ireland voted to make marriage legal between any two people regardless of gender. This is most notable for a variety of reasons. When polled, over 80% of the people of Ireland claim that they follow the Catholic faith. On the eve of the vote, several Catholic church leaders pleaded with their parishioners to defeat this referendum.
Check this out: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/05/15/dzhokhar-tsarnaev-death-pena...
IMO, goodbye and good riddance!
Hate crime against a child
Kirstin Roberts looks at what a recent hate crime against an African American child says about our image of who is racist in our society.
The actions against the Baltimore officers will play throughout the legal system and they will be found not guilty. They have become sacrificial souls. The thin blue line will dissappear for a period of time. Those who wanted to police themselves will find out what that really means. Good luck to you and keep your head low.
Rex Fulk tells you why you should NOT vote for the Springfield school levy
Vote no on Springfield School Levy
In the 1950's a fourteen year old teenager (Emmett Till) was viciously murdered.in Mississippi. That event, more than any other atrocity, sparked the Modern Civil Rights Movement. Here we are again on the verge of the social unrest that defined that era. In many ways America has changed for the better. Millions of Americans who couldn't vote can now vote and discrimination in public places and the workplace is against the law. Slowly the rights of these Americans have eroded, highlighted by the Gestapo attitude and tactics against people of color that has resurfaced.
Police officers, security guards, or self-appointed vigilantes extrajudicially killed at least 313 African-Americans in 2012, according to a recent study. This means a black person was killed by a security officer every 28 hours. The report notes that it's possible that the real number could be much higher.