Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Final Senate vote on Internet Sales Tax: May 6 
In less than one week, on May 6, the U.S. Senate is expected to make their final decision on the Marketplace Fairness Act and the establishment of an online sales tax. We must make our voices loud and clear over this next week and demand lawmakers to vote “NO!” on this unfair, pro-tax act.

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Senate immigration bill gives illegal aliens multiple amnesties: New study 
Part of the immigration reform bill currently being debated in the U.S. Senate is a 13-year pathway to citizenship for most of the county’s 11 million illegal aliens that will depend on whether the already overworked and undermanned Border Patrol achieves the goal of capturing 90% of the illegal border-crossers, according to border protection experts on Monday.

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50 Years After Birmingham, Injustice Is Still Here 
Bookended by the Newtown school shootings late last year to the most recent Boston explosions, city-wide imposition of martial law and man hunt, we’ve gone from a winter of discontent, turmoil and strife to a spring of more discontent, turmoil and strife.

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Restoring America: One Political Race, One Conservative Candidate at a Time 
Upon our brief return to our home in Florida, Sammy, our greyhound gave me a ho-hum look and retired to his doggie-bed; not the excited welcome home I expected after being away for over a month. I fear the house-sitter has stolen the affection of my dog. Mary and I have been in Massachusetts feverishly working to make Conservative Michael Sullivan the Republican nominee in the Massachusetts special election to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by John Kerry.

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Gunmakers aim for greener pastures as states pass new firearms laws 
Arms manufacturers in at least two states with strict new gun laws are making good on their promise to move their operations — along with thousands of jobs and millions in tax revenues – to locales they deem friendlier to the industry.

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State Department Blocks Low-Level Employees from Testifying on Benghazi 
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) is seeking legal protection for lower level employees of the Department of State after the Department stated they will refuse to allow them to testify about the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. The State Department said in the committee that their independent probe of the September terror attack “should be enough” for the United State Congress.

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