Author Archive for: ‘Jason’

The Saudi National The Media Won’t Talk About

The Saudi National The Media Won’t Talk About

Journalists, even those at major news networks, who have filed stories on this have had their reports unpublished or removed from the Internet. So, don’t the American people deserve an answer about what’s going on here?

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Update: More Info on Boston Mass. Bomber Being Hidden By Government

Update: More Info on Boston Mass. Bomber Being Hidden By Government

There is a lot of evidence linking Abdul Rahman Ali Isa al-Salmi al-Harbi to terrorist activity, along with a lot of unanswered questions. We should not allow our government to deport someone with this many links and this many unanswered questions back to his home country until we know the truth

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Why Is The U.S. Government Hiding This Boston Bombing Suspect?

Why Is The U.S. Government Hiding This Boston Bombing Suspect?

Official reports about the Saudi suspect, whom we now know is named Abdul Rahman Ali Isa al-Salmi al-Harbi, have changed drastically from calling him a suspect, to a person of interest, to a witness, and now having no connection to the marathon bombings whatsoever

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Gas Prices Expected to be $1 a Gallon by Summer

Gas Prices Expected to be $1 a Gallon by Summer

by the summer of 2013, gas prices in America are expected to drop as low as one dollar a gallon… not really though, come on…

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Biden Living It Up In Europe

Biden Living It Up In Europe

The FBO contracts released show that for one night in London the cost of lodging billed to the American taxpayers was $459,388.65 and the cost of lodging for one night in Paris was $585,000.50. So two nights spent staying in European countries who are long time friends and allies of our country cost the American taxpayers $1,044,389.15.

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CPAC And The Defense of Internet Freedom

CPAC And The Defense of Internet Freedom

At CPAC it is sometimes hard to get away from someone preaching to the choir. It is so often a conservative talking to conservatives about things that conservatives love or hate. However, there are certain things that not all conservatives agree on. Internet freedom and internet piracy is certainly one of them

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How CPAC Dropped the Ball

How CPAC Dropped the Ball

CPAC is a great event that helps to unite likeminded conservatives so they can stand together for conservative principles in our country. However, they have to realize what time it is. They have to realize who the true conservatives are, and who the conservatives are who are really making a difference today, not yesterday

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Justice Conference 2013: The Power of Words

Justice Conference 2013: The Power of Words

Micah Bournes is an artist. He creates beautiful masterpieces that can tug at the heart of anyone watching him create. The difference is Micah Bournes doesn’t use a paintbrush, pencils, or any art supplies at all. He doesn’t use music or images, just the sound of his voice and the words in his head.

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Defense Secretary Testimony Has Scary Implications

Defense Secretary Testimony Has Scary Implications

The President, according to Panetta, after being informed of the Benghazi attack left everything in the hands of the Defense Secretary and General Dempsey, and did not call to check on the situation once that night

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A Two Term Limit?

A Two Term Limit?

Congress passed the 22nd Amendment and the states later ratified it, stating that no President could serve more than two terms. With all of Congress’ good intentions, they may have actually eliminated a major political check and balance…

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