Hmm…Evidence. Denial? AMAC. Hording! Soon Enough! Mao! Gun Fight!

Freedom Is Just Another Word...

Maybe…Probably…I’ll listen for the hysterics…Is why I moderate..

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Cover-up? Back pedaling? Covering Napolitano’s fat ugly ass?

DHS Denies Massive Ammunition Purchase

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Being (Deep Announcer type voice) “That age” now and having pitched many AARP mailings, or in the last cast sending it back on their dine with a little note attached…This is what I would look into..

AMAC

One big reason is the AARP fought hard for Obamacare as they would ‘profit’ from it…Whom would profit? The Executives? The members! NOT! I am sure..

$1 Billion reward for passage of ObamaCare

 Finally, we know why AARP worked so hard to get ObamaCare passed. As reported recently in the New York Times and Washington Post, a Congressional Oversight committee released the findings of a year-long investigation that revealed how AARP stands to make nearly $1 billion over the next 10 years if ObamaCare remains in effect.

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Eugenics: Glenn Beck w/ Edwin Black author of “War Against the Weak” talk Al Gore & Margaret Sanger (02/04/2013)

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Published on Feb 6, 2013

Glenn Beck with Edwin Black author of “War Against the Weak” Discuss Eugenics. For the book go to: http://www.bit.ly/WarWeak For more go to: http://www.GlennBecksBookList.com

Watch the video as they discuss Eugenics, Margaret Sanger, Hitler, Darwin, etc…

In War Against the Weak, award-winning investigative journalist Edwin Black connects the crimes of the Nazis to a pseudoscientific American movement of the early 20th century called eugenics. Based on selective breeding of human beings, eugenics began in laboratories on Long Island but ended in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. Cruel and racist laws were enacted in 27 U.S. states, and the supporters of eugenics included progressive thinkers like Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger, and Oliver Wendell Holmes. Ultimately, over 60,000 “unfit” Americans were coercively sterilized, a third of them after Nuremberg declared such practices crimes against humanity. This is a timely and shocking chronicle of bad science at…

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Nanny Bloomberg: Military Style Drones Coming to NYC ‘Inevitable’; Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Facial Recognition is Working it.

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On Friday, Michael Bloomberg still licking his wounds from trouncing of his big gulp legislation predicted that while there are serious issues surrounding their presence and privacy, military style drones are coming to New York.

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 We’re going into a different world, unchartered. And, like it or not, what people can do or governments can do is different, and you can to some extent control, but you can’t keep the tides from coming in. We’re going to have more visibility and less privacy. I don’t see how you stop that. And it’s not a question of whether I think it’s good or bad. I just don’t see how you could stop that because we’re going to have them….

BLOOMBERG OFTEN MISREPRESENTS THE FACTS.

  • The FAA announced earlier this month that they were investigating an Alitalia pilot’s claim that while approaching a Kennedy Airport runway, he saw an…

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Washington Could Be the First to Mandate Insurance Companies Pay for Abortions

In 1970, Washington became the first – and remains the only – state in the country to legalize elective abortions by a popular vote.

A generation later, and 40 years removed from the landmark United States Supreme Court Roe v. Wade ruling that extended abortion access nationwide, Washington is once again poised to stand out.

With 21 states having adopted bans or severe restrictions on insurance companies from paying for abortions, Washington is alone in seriously considering legislation mandating the opposite.

The Reproductive Parity Act, as supporters call it, would require insurers in Washington state who cover maternity care – which all insurers must do – to also pay for abortions.

The bill passed the state House earlier this month by a vote of 53-43, though it faces an uncertain future in the Senate. (A similar bill in the New York state Assembly has been introduced each session for over a decade but has never received a public hearing.)

“This is a core value for Washingtonians,” said Melanie Smith, a lobbyist for NARAL Pro-Choice Washington. “We should protect it while we still have it and not leave access to basic health care up to an insurance company.”

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