BULK BUYER: President Obama's Citizenship and Immigrations Services wants 34 million blank work permits and green cards in preparation for a planned amnesty announcement following the November elections.

Obama seeks 34 million blank green cards, work permits

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The Obama administration wants 34 million blank work permits and green cards as the White House prepares to issue an executive order on amnesty after the November election.

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Federal tax money for Spaceport? Two NM congressional candidates support idea

New Mexico  |  4:00 am

Both candidates for southern New Mexico’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives say they favor federal funding for Spaceport America.

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TN congressman warns of Ebola disaster if Republicans don’t embrace Obamacare

Tennessee  |  4:00 am

Someone in the office of U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Memphis, must have forgotten to change the password for the congressman’s Twitter account, considering he’s back on the social media site, posting loony Tweets.

REVENUE:  If it's really all about safety, where are the traffic engineering studies showing why intersections are unsafe?

Court says not so fast with those red-light camera tickets

Florida  |  4:00 am

Big changes could be coming to cities with red-light cameras after a Florida District Court of Appeals judge said it’s illegal for camera operators to issue citations to drivers.

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Virginia’s elected officials step up — or don’t — over Ebola concerns

Virginia  |  4:00 am

Confidence in the Obama administration to handle the threat of Ebola is so low that even members of Congress are trying to fill the gap.

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Two years later, feds still eyeing Steyer and Musk companies

National  |  7:28 am

By Tori Richards | Watchdog.org
Solar companies financed by billionaire entrepreneurs Tom Steyer and Elon Musk remain under investigation by the U.S. Treasury Department more than two years after subpoenas were served reportedly seeking evidence the companies inflated the value of solar systems in order to increase government payouts.
A retired IRS special agent told Watchdog.org the [...]

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Economic uncertainty grows as IBM pays $1.5 billion to leave Vermont

Vermont  |  8:31 am

IBM became the latest company to exit Vermont as Big Blue announced Monday it will pay Abu Dhabi-owned GlobalFoundries $1.5 billion take its money-losing Essex Junction semiconductor business off its hands.

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Election observers face more restrictions this year

Wisconsin  |  October 20, 2014

By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. — The same election commission that banned a 78-year-old poll monitor from observing next month’s election is pushing a policy that would keep election observers farther away from voters.
In a letter obtained by Wisconsin Reporter, the City of Milwaukee Election Commission receives guidance from the city attorney on [...]

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Christie staff caught misleading NJ court in travel records dispute

New Jersey  |  October 20, 2014

By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog
What happens when Gov. Chris Christie’s staff is caught lying to a New Jersey court about the existence of public records?
That legal bombshell may explode in Mercer County Superior Court this week in the governor’s battle with a New Jersey Watchdog reporter over travel expense accounts.
Documents surfaced that directly [...]

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More ‘Walker is Hitler’ rhetoric appears from the left

Wisconsin  |  October 20, 2014

By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter

MADISON, Wis. – Here we go again – another roadside sign comparing Republican Gov. Scott Walker to Adolf Hitler.

Photo courtesy of Kris Wallman's campaign page on Facebook

ND Democrat criticizes gender, skin color of Republican candidates

North Dakota  |  October 20, 2014

A Democrat candidate for the state Legislature has criticized two Republican candidates in another district for their race and gender, but the Republicans say those things shouldn’t matter.



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Even Jon Stewart thinks Obama’s reaction to world crises is terrible

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Leawood throws the book at Little Free Library

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The city of Leawood is using the full power of the law to protect property values from the threat of, uh, free cabinet-sized libraries.

A municipal statute designed to ban all detached structures is being levied against Leawood residents Brian and Sarah Collins after their 9-year-old son, Spencer, worked with his dad and grandpa to build the Little Free Library as a Mother’s Day gift.


 |  New Jersey  |  11:57 am

On Saturday, around 250 people gathered across from the New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton to protest current laws on medical and recreational marijuana.

Marijuana marchers toke up in Trenton to protest NJ laws

 |  Colorado  |  11:50 am

Adams County clerk candidate Cynthia Martinez wants to oversee the same laws she is alleged to have violated, as the local district attorney investigates.

DA investigates Colorado county clerk candidate

 |  Colorado

The Denver Post’s inaugural 2012 “Pedal the Plains” bicycle tour may have received $50,000 in Stimulus funds from Gov. Hickenlooper, unreported by the paper.

Stimulus award to Denver Post’s $50K bike tour goes unreported

 |  Texas  |  11:54 am

On Saturday, the Supreme Court allowed use of Texas’ voter identification law, SB 14, before and during the Nov. 4 election.

Supreme Court allows use of Texas’ voter identification law

 |  Ohio

By Stephanie Kreuz | WatchdogWire.com
Does Ohio play fair? Or smart? When it comes to the number of dollars spent in subsidies, Ohio ranks the 12th cronyist.
The Mercatus Center recently illustrated how states rank in providing benefits to particular companies, rather than providing better opportunity for all companies.
Ohio’s neighboring states ranked fourth (Michigan), fifth (Kentucky), seventh (Indiana), and 11th (Pennsylvania) in [...]

Ohio ranks 12th for cronyist state

 |  Colorado

‘Listening sessions’ seeking public comment on the plan to prohibit certain vehicles from Monument Road are costing taxpayers money and stifling speech.

National Parks ‘listening sessions’ cost $38,320 and filter free speech


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