The biggest threat to the Navy SEALS isn’t from Islamic terrorists, it’s from the White House

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Military Videos of the World – The biggest threat to the Navy SEALS isn’t from Islamic terrorists, it’s from the White House .

Find out why America’s bravest are abandoning this elite corps in numbers never seen before. The SEALs feel increasingly politicized under the Obama Regime. Many SEALs have been prosecuted for crimes they didn’t commit, found innocent, then forced into retirement. In the past few years, there’s been a record number of retirements from the SEALs, something the media is ignoring.

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WND  In “Eyes on Target: Inside Stories from the Brotherhood of the U.S. Navy SEALs, authors Richard Miniter and Scott McEwen draw on their close relationships with many retired SEALs to understand the culture of this unit and document their heroism in Afghanistan and sacrifices made by two former SEALs in Benghazi.

Perhaps the best known unit is SEAL Team Six, the group that successfully targeted and…

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New York gun owners burn gun registration forms in protest.

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Gun rights advocates in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., reportedly burned nearly one thousand gun registration forms to ashes in a clear act of civil disobedience.
Under the hastily-passed SAFE Act, Gun owners have until April 15 to register their so-called semi-automatic rifles that fall under the state’s own definition of “military-style assault weapons.” The forms they burned are the very forms the state wants them to turn in registering their firearms.

Instead, gun owners rallied at the Saratoga-Wilton Elks Lodge 161 to torch the forms in a “symbolic protest,” the Post-Star reports.

Jake Palmateer, co-founder of NY2A, the gun rights group that organized the protest, said the group stands against gun registration because the “evidence is clear that registration leads to confiscation.”

Read More: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/03/17/ny-officials-wont-be-happy-to-learn-what-gun-rights-advocates-did-with-nearly-one-thousand-gun-registration-forms/

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Western Center for Journalism Here is the absolute latest on the IRS scandal. Please share with your friends!

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According to a new report issued by the congressional Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, it was high-level IRS staffers based in Washington and not “rogue” IRS agents in Cincinnati that targeted Tea Party groups. According to dozens of emails released by the report, Lois Lerner and literally dozens of upper level employees of the IRS not only knew about the targeting of conservative groups, but directed it. Lerner, in one email, even went so far as to call Tea Party groups “very dangerous.”
In other words, the targeting of Tea Party groups was orchestrated from Washington—literally a walking distance from the Oval Office.

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/irs-tea-party-targeting-leads-directly-obama/#mkigddwZYTvuR6lk.99

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SUNSHINE WEEK – NYS: Should NYS the Public Pension System be open to taxpayers?

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I definitely say YES seeing this government is spying into every aspect of our PRIVATE lives. Our tax dollars should be available to us, the EMPLOYERS! of these PUBLIC SERVANTS!

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Pension privacy case on docket

Names should be public, group says

Joseph Spector http://rochesterdemocrat.ny.newsmemory.com

Albany bureau chief

ALBANY — Later this month, the state Court of Appeals will hear an ap­peal of a case on whether public pen­sion information should be kept pri­vate.

The Empire Center for Public Poli­cy has been in a legal battle for years with several public pension systems af­ter lower courts ruled starting in 2011 that the names of pensioners do not need to be made public.

The fiscally conservative think tank in Albany won the right to argue the case before the state’s highest court last June after an appeals court in Alba­ny ruled in February 2013 to keep pri­vate the details of…

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