The debate featured a law professor against an attorney and adjunct professor who teaches Constitutional Law and Appellate.
Some important happenings this past week…as the one-year anniversary of Mohamed Morsi’s ouster is fast approaching, four explosions rocked the center of Cairo, Egypt and people with machine guns were firing on civilians after the explosions. All shop windows within the surrounding areas were shattered. The dead and injured were taken to area hospitals…and the coverage of this has been slim.
The Supreme Court will soon hear the ‘Abramski’ case concerning the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) attempting to create laws on their own. Claiming universal background checks in regards to straw purchases isn’t a law but is a gross government overreach and an illegal expansion of the Gun Control Act of 1968, this case cuts to the heart of our Second Amendment rights… and the media has given this NO coverage at all.
New York City Mayor-elect Bill DeBlasio and 15 other newly elected mayors met with President Obama at the White House yesterday where they discussed plans to push the progressive agenda. The strategy DeBlasio described for accomplishing that goal is an Orwellian-style plan to begin turning our children into good little socialists at an early age.
“It was very interesting,” Deblasio said to reporters about the meeting, “a lot of them [the mayors] talked about pre-K, a lot of them talked about early childhood education as one of the breakthrough things we have to do to change the dynamics.”
Eid al-Fitr is the end of the month of Ramadan, a month in which Muslims are required to fast from dawn to sunset and it’s on this day that the fasting ends.
Eid al-Adha is a holiday which celebrates Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son.
Last Wednesday, students at Minneha Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary School in Wichita, Kansas, were greeted with a huge poster that highlighted the five pillars of Islam, PJ Media reported.
So, it’s okay for this religious poster to be prominently placed in a school, but not the Ten Commandments? Really?
WPVI in Philadelphia reported that a building set on fire Sunday was tagged with “Kill Zimmerman.”
This August will be the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights march in Washington, D.C. Blacks, whites, Jews, Christians, men, and women gathered in D.C. to protest the Jim Crow laws and segregation supported by the Democratic party. They weren’t looking for special privileges, they just wanted a chance to grow and prosper with the rest of the country.
They were taking a big chance. Should violence break out, it would have been used as an excuse to pummel the demonstrators. The Democratic administration was investigating Dr. King for links to communists or any other scandal they could lay at his feet. The country was on edge, yet they pulled it off without a hitch. Their progress was slow, but it was progress. Continue reading
In a video posted to YouTube Monday by activist Mark Dice, beach goers in California show just how clueless they are about the history behind Independence Day.
Not only do they not know what country we declared independence from, they have no clue who signed it or when it was signed.
On just about any given day, liberals prove theirs is an ideology of genocidal rage and hate. No longer content to debate issues, liberals of all stripes now openly advocate the murder of conservatives and those who support the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
The most recent example of this blind hatred comes from Christopher Swindell, a journalism “professor” at Marshall University in West Virginia, who accused the NRA of treason and suggested using the military to kill them in an op-ed at the Charleston Gazette. He even suggested he would be willing to join in that effort.
“We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents, or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to whole communities,” she said.