Category Archives: National News

“Super Drug Tunnels” and America’s War on Drugs

They’re called “Super Drug Tunnels” and they are giving the US Homeland Security, DEA and the border patrol a lot of grief.  There have been almost two hundred tunnels discovered under the border since 1990, some of which the construction is estimated between one and two million dollars.  But, for every tunnel that is found and closed another one soon […]

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Feds Often Create Terror Threats, Study Finds

A newly released report by the Columbia Law School highlights a troubling practice by the U.S. Government of often manufacturing the alleged “terrorism threats” it purports to be fighting, in some cases even prodding mentally challenged dupes into bogus “plots” that authorities concocted in the first place.  Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Supreme Court: Police Cannot Search Cell Phones Without A Warrant

Can police take your cellphone and get what information they want off of it? In many cases, that is what has been happening. But, that has now been deemed unconstitutional under the 4th Amendment in a huge decision favoring digital privacy. The ruling was a unanimous 9-0 that sends a clear message to law enforcement about how cell phone data […]

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Testimony From IRS Commissioner Claimed Lerner’s Emails Were Archived

Ben Swann – While the White House has defended the IRS in its explanation of former IRS official Lois Lerner’s lost emails, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) offered a reminder that IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testified in March 2014 that IRS employee emails had been stored on servers. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Breaking: Obama Orders U.S. Troops To Baghdad

Ben Swann – In an effort to secure the American embassy in Baghdad, President Obama announced Monday night that he will order 275 U.S. troops back to Iraq. These troops are being described as “equipped for combat”. The order comes only days after the President said that no U.S. troops would be sent to Iraq. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Did the IRS Really Lose Lois Lerner’s Emails? Let a Special Prosecutor Find Them.

National Journal – A sloppy mistake, the government calls it, but you couldn’t blame a person for suspecting a cover-up—the loss of an untold number of emails to and from the central figure in the IRS tea-party controversy. And because the public’s trust is a fragile gift that the White House has frittered away in a series of second-term missteps, President […]

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Federal Tax Revenues Set Record Through May; Feds Still Running $436B Deficit

(CNSNews.com) – Federal tax revenues continue to run at a record pace (in inflation-adjusted dollars) in fiscal 2014, as the federal government’s total receipts for the fiscal year closed May at an unprecedented $1,934,919,000,000, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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More Cities Block Meal-Sharing for Homeless

NBC News – More American cities are blocking individuals and ministries from feeding homeless people in parks and public squares, and several Americans have been ticketed for offering such charity, according to a forthcoming report by the National Coalition for the Homeless. To date, 33 cities have adopted or are considering such food–sharing restrictions, according to the coalition, which shared […]

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The “War on Poverty” Has Been a Stunning Defeat

Lyndon B. Johnson declared an “unconditional war on poverty in America” during his State of the Union address on January 8, 1964.  What followed was an unprecedented federal initiative to address poverty through education, job training and community programs.  Some scholars have given lectures on the “success” that Johnson’s “war” has had.  But, nothing could have prepared us for the latest statistics […]

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Under Obamacare, People Must Be Broken of their Preference for Choice

Reason.com – We have a new contender for most-telling-ever Obamacare quote this morning: “We have to break people away from the choice habit that everyone has.” That’s Marcus Merz, head of Minnesota health insurer PreferredOne, in a New York Times report on the increasing prevalence of narrow network health plans. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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