Day: June 17, 2010

Gov. Jan Brewer’s Response To The Intended Federal Lawsuit (Full Text)

“This is no way to treat the people of Arizona,” said Governor Brewer. “To learn of this lawsuit through an Ecuadorean interview with the Secretary of State is just outrageous. If our own government intends to sue our state to prevent illegal immigration enforcement, the least it can do is inform us before it informs the citizens of another nation.” - Gov. Jan Brewer But Governor; we are all world citizens now, aren't we?  Border are lies according to the left, correct? Back to the news... Gov. Brewer learned of the lawsuit that Obama is going to bring against the…
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Glenn Beck, 6.17.2010: Obama’s War Speech

Glenn has a completely different perspective on Barack's speech about the oil leak, and with the information that follows of how the liberal media hit a hysterical moment after the speech, Glenn is probably right.  He explains that the language used was based on Woodrow Wilson and FDR (both progressive democrats), and that the language itself is 'war language'.  He also shows the discrepancy between this speech being given from the Oval Office (traditionally used for announcements of war, disaster, and major economic news) and the speech about the stimulus where America 'may not recover' if it wasn't passed. So…
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Gov. Jan Brewer On Greta, 6.16.2010

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaking to Greta about her visit to the Oval Office a few weeks ago regarding the invasion that is happening on Arizona's border, how she is still waiting for the Executive Branch to contact her, and the court cases she is involved in because of SB1070. "This is unconscionably what Arizona is facing.  We are certainly under attack by the drug cartels, and by the drug smugglers, the human smugglers, it's out of control....We are the gateway, everybody in America knows we are the gateway.  Texas, New Mexico, California; they don't have the issues that we…
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Rep. Barton on Obama’s Shakedown of BP (UPDATED)

UPDATED: Barton caves under pressure from republican leadership and retracts his apology to BP CEO Tony Hayward. Joe Barton retracts apology to BP Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) is apologizing for his apology. After infuriating Democrats and Republicans alike with his public apology to BP and suggesting that a $20 billion escrow fund was a “shakedown” by the White House, Barton is now “retracting” his statement, made at a hearing with BP CEO Tony Hayward. “I apologize for using the term ‘shakedown’ with regard to yesterday’s actions at the White House in my opening statement this morning, and I retract my…
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