Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
Israel is much better at killing terrorists than Hamas is at killing Israeli civilians… And just to drive this point home, here’s your fun fact of the day: Over 100 missiles launched from Gaza, also landed in Gaza… The more you know.
A uniformed police officer was asked to leave an Ikea store because the location has a strict “no-guns” policy. I think this episode proves that police will not, in fact, arrest people for being stupid.
Apparently, Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize isn’t helping him calm the turmoil throughout the world. So, maybe an Emmy will help. Yeah, Barack Obama has officially been nominated for an Emmy. (Oddly enough, the nomination is not related to Obama's penchant for acting like Congress isn't necessary.)
Darrell Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has subpoenaed a White House aide. The White House has responded by claiming that the aide is immune from the subpoena because – well, because Obama said so. (It’s unclear whether Obama said this using his pen, or his phone.)
The Feds are spending $50 million to (literally) purchase a resort hotel for illegal immigrant children who are coming across the border… Because nothing screams “welcome to America” quite like a government-funded stay at a resort hotel. (Oh yeah: our US Marine is still chained to a bed for accidently crossing the border into Mexico.)
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