Monthly Archives: May 2012

Moral imagination is not distributed equally

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Gov.: Drones over Va. ‘great’; cites battlefield success

  Tuesday – 5/29/2012, 2:25pm  ET (WTOP/Paul D. Shinkman) Ask the Governor Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell speaks with WTOP’s Mark Segraves Download Paul D. Shinkman, wtop.com WASHINGTON – Police drones flying over Virginia would be “great” and “the right thing … Continue reading

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Bishop E.W. Jackson, Virginia Republican Senatorial candidate pt 3 (on d…

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Sink Holes of Washington, D.C.

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Peter Schiff on the Obama recession I

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Peter Schiff on Obama’s depression I

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Rand Paul on UN gun ban

Dear fellow Patriot, Gun-grabbers around the globe believe they have it made. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced the Obama Administration will be working hand-in-glove with the UN to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty.” Disguised as an “International … Continue reading

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Should You Need the Government’s Permission to Work?

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Efforts to Dismantle Obamacare are Ramping Up!

As House Republicans ramp up efforts to dismantle Obamacare over the next few weeks, Americans for Tax Reform wanted to highlight some of the more egregious portions of President Obama’s “signature issue.” The first provision scheduled to be voted on … Continue reading

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Stephen King Wants “Charity for Me, Taxation for Thee”

by Logan Albright | May 9, 2012 Photo by Jasper van der Meij on Flickr In a crudely-titled op-ed published on the Daily Beast last week, author Stephen King joined the ranks of the super-rich demanding higher taxes. After taking several cheap … Continue reading

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