Protesters gather where governor wants unaccompanied minors

By   /  July 23, 2014  /  Maryland  /  No Comments

NO: Protesters opposed to immigrations reform rally in Maryland where Gov. Martin O'Malley wants to house unaccompanied minors

 
By Jackie Wellfonder | WatchdogWire.com
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to speak with a group of anti-amnesty protesters in Annapolis, Md.
They were a small but very enthusiastic group and were grateful that I was there to provide a greater awareness for their cause.

 
They protested at the intersection of West Street and Route 2 in [...]

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Study: Socialists are cheaters

By   /  July 23, 2014  /  Around the Web  /  No Comments

By Zenon Evans | Reason
“The longer individuals were exposed to socialism, the more likely they were to cheat on our task,” according to a new study, “The (True) Legacy of Two Really Existing Economic Systems,” from Duke University and the University of Munich. The team of researchers concluded this after working with 259 participants from Berlin who [...]

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GOP border security group will call for sending National Guard to border

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By Susan Ferrechio | Washington Examiner
A group of House Republicans Wednesday will call for sending theNational Guard to the southern border, where a months-long surge in illegal immigration has flooded Texas with thousands of children fromGuatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
House Speaker John Boehner last month assigned seven GOP lawmakers the task of recommending how to deal with the recent border surge, and the working group will present [...]

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South Carolina cops to Uber: Follow regs or face charges

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By Rick Brundrett | The Nerve
Police in South Carolina are poised to start ticketing drivers for a popular smartphone-app, ridesharing service that recently launched in the Palmetto State, The Nerve found in a survey of police agencies.
Representatives of the Columbia and Greenville police departments, as well as the Columbia and Greenville-Spartanburg airport police departments, told The Nerve this week [...]

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Arkansas governor’s jobs record not as rosy as he’d have you believe

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By Nic Horton | The Arkansas Project
If you watch or read the news in Arkansas, you probably hear a lot about outgoing Gov. Mike Beebe’s record of “job creation.” One political columnist recently claimed that “economic development was a hallmark of the Beebe era.” Gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross released his first television ad earlier this year, attempting to tie himself to Beebe [...]

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Rubio: Clinton ‘extremely vulnerable on her record’

By   /  July 22, 2014  /  Around the Web  /  No Comments

By Washington Free Beacon staff
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., told NPR Hillary Clinton is “extremely vulnerable on her record.”
Asked how strong a candidate for president Clinton would be, Rubio said, “The truth of the matter is she was the secretary of state during an administration that has had virtually no successes on foreign policy.”
“She’ll have to [...]

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