What’s happening to this heroic Navy officer from the Chattanooga shooting will make your blood BOIL Written by Allen West on August 1, 2015
There are things which make you just upset, like the liberal progressive left and media accomplices’ rage over the shooting of a lion in Africa but abject disregard and disdain reference Planned Parenthood dismembering babies and selling their body parts.
But this story has me dog fighting mad and seriously pissed off.
As reported ten days ago by Western Journalism, “A Navy officer and Marine reportedly returned fire at the shooter who killed five service members in Chattanooga, Tenn., even though current policy does not permit military members to carry firearms on facilities such as those where the attack occurred.
The jockeying phase of the 2016 Republican primary is over. We now move to where the rubber hits the road and next Thursday will mark the first official debate of the 2016 presidential election. All over Wisconsin Republicans and conservative independents are gathering to watch this debate as we make the important decision on who will lead our party into the general election. And you can be a part of this important night.
On Thursday, August 6th, we will be meeting at the Ravine in Bellevue to watch the debate at around 7:45. Please invite your family, friends, and anyone who may be interested in the participating in our party’s primary so they’ll have all the facts in hand.
I look forward to seeing you there, and if you have any questions please contact me at (608) 695-2960.
GHASTLY: ‘How much can we get out of it?’ This 3rd Planned Parenthood video is the most gruesome one yet
A shocking third Planned Parenthood video has been released and it is the most gruesome on yet (Stomach-churning content warning).
At a City Hall press conference Mayor Tom Barrett, D.A. John Chisholm, Police Chief Ed Flynn, U.S. Attorney James Santelle, and Attorney General Brad Schimel announced the formation of a new task force to address gun violence in Milwaukee.
“It’s important for all of us to work together to reduce violence,” said Mayor Barrett.
The announcement follows a meeting in April where the A.G. Schimel agreed to work with the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office to commit police resources and have the unit aggressively prosecute those arrested for for gun crimes.
The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation applauds Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel for joining a lawsuit to stop the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers from implementing the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule.
“This rule from the EPA and the Corps is a blatant overreach of their jurisdiction and broadens their authority to regulate waters and land,” said Jim Holte, Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation President. “The expansion and ambiguity of water terminologies in this rule allows the Federal Government to regulate almost any local stream, drainage ditch or farmland where the agency believes water may have flowed in the last 100 years.”
Liberals wasted no time in pivoting from “it’s a red herring for conservatives to say we’ll force churches to violate their faith” to “of course we’re going to force churches to violate their faith!” Enter Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin…
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is not yet a declared candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, but he came out stronger than any of his rivals after the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling, with a call for a constitutional amendment to allow the states to define marriage for themselves.
“I believe this Supreme Court decision is a grave mistake,” Walker said in a statement Friday. “Five unelected judges have taken it upon themselves to redefine the institution of marriage, an institution that the author of this decision acknowledges ‘has been with us for millennia.’”
Scalia Says Court Usurped Power of Purse: ‘Authorizes IRS to Spend Tens of Billions of Dollars Every Year’
(CNSNews.com) - Justice Antonin Scalia argued in his dissent from the Supreme Court’s 6-3 opinion in King v. Burwell–in which the court ruled that the word “state” in the Obamacare law only means “state” sometimes–that in rewriting the law from the bench the Supreme Court had not only usurped Congress’s legislative authority but more specifically its power of the purse.
“Just ponder the significance of the court’s decision to take matters into its own hands,” Scalia said. “The court’s revision of the law authorizes the Internal Revenue Service to spend tens of billions of dollars every year in tax credits on federal Exchanges.”
As a general matter, I agree (as did Ronald Reagan) that free trade is good for America; when we open up foreign markets, it helps American farmers, ranchers, and manufacturers.
But TPA in this Congress has become enmeshed in corrupt Washington backroom deal-making, along with serious concerns that it would open up the potential for sweeping changes in our laws that trade agreements typically do not include.
Since the Senate first voted on TPA, there have been two material changes.