The sky is the limit now for the advocates of more government control. To think that supposed “strict constructionist” Chief Justice John Roberts not only provided the deciding vote in this case, but wrote the decision is quite distressing.
Press said he is “embarrassed” by the lyrics of the National Anthem, which includes such stirring phrases as “the land of the free,” and the “home of the brave.” Press claims that he does not know whether America is the home of the brave, asking whether we are “the only ones who are brave on the planet?”
The Mayor’s soft drink attack follows his earlier proposals to ban food products containing too much salt.
No Louisiana Governor has ever spent so much time out of the state on personal and political business. Every time the Governor travels, the struggling taxpayers of Louisiana have to pay for his security detail; however, the well funded Jindal campaign refuses to reimburse the state treasury for this ever growing expense.
Gone are the lofty goals and the inspired rhetoric. Instead we have the stark reality of a failed presidency.
The former Louisiana Congressman will have to report to prison on May 4 to serve a 13 year sentence. It is the longest sentence ever issued for a congressman in a corruption case.
The media narrative has been that a racist Zimmerman hunted down Martin and killed him. It is no wonder that a recent CNN poll showed that 73 percent of Americans wanted Zimmerman arrested.
Recently, a Washington Post story highlighted another laughable waste of public money on a “green” fantasy, affordable and efficient light bulbs.
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