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They swore they thought that the campers were undocumented immigrants.
A group of Arizona protesters and a tea party congressional candidate opposed to the housing of Central American migrant children at a local academy surrounded a yellow school bus full of what they thought were the undocumented kids.
By Randal O'Toole - CATO Institute
A recent report from Fannie Mae finds that baby boomers are not leaving their comfortable suburban homes for lively inner-city communities with walkable streets. As a news article about the report observes, this challenges the “conventional wisdom that ‘empty nester’ baby boomers would eventually downsize from the homes where they raised families, flocking instead to apartments or condos.”
By: Marita Noon (Diary) - Red State
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Energy & Environment
Thursday, July 17 was a big news day. The world was shocked to learn that a Russian-made missile shot down a Malaysian Airlines jet with 298 on board as it flew over Ukraine en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam. Though flight 17 eclipsed the news cycle, there was another thing shot down on July 17.
By Jo Vaccarino
Our America Initiative Florida Outreach Coordinator
No matter how often voters say they want to replace the corrupt politicians running their local, state and federal governments, they will rarely follow through because they will be tricked into voting them back in. There are many ways the voters can be fooled; not the least of which is – by killing the viable candidates. It’s easy and it works like magic.
Exclusions are going to be your primary tool. You can use them to inflict ICS (Invisible Candidate Syndrome) on an unsuspecting newbie.
Here are step by step instructions for How to Kill a Viable Candidate:
By Russ Belville - High Times
The Foundation for Economic Education held a debate at the Colorado School of Mines on the topic “Legalizing marijuana saves money and lives.” Representing the affirmative position was Jim Gray, the most recent Libertarian candidate for Vice President, a retired judge and current speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Representing the negative position was Kevin Sabet, former adviser to the Bush and Obama Administrations on Drug Control Policy and the co-founder of Project SAM, Smart Approaches to Marijuana.
By Matthew Yglesias - Slate.com
I’ve been to three offices, filed five forms, spent $200, lost a day of work—and I’m not even close to getting the simple license I need.
Last week, having read my own writing about how it’s cheaper to buy a house than rent one in most markets, I decided to take my own advice. My wife and I bought a new place, and instead of selling our old condo, we’re going to rent it out. And thus I became a small-business man.
Gary Johnson, former New Mexico Governor and Libertarian Party presidential candidate, has gotten into the marijuana business. He has been an advocate of legalizing pot for several years, and now has a company called Cannabis Sativa. When we talked today on KTRS, he predicted that the vast majority of US states will follow Colorado and Washington down the path of legalizing recreational weed, and more will allow medical marijuana, too.
By Robin Koerner
Last month, I did something I’d done only once before: I went to a range and shot some guns. Lots of guns. All shapes, ages and sizes. This is a very strange thing to do for a guy born British. Guns feature nowhere in British culture.
By John Berlau - Competitive Enterprise Institute
“If you like your life, home, and auto insurance, you can keep them.”
President Obama didn’t make this promise when he signed into law the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul on July 21, 2010, as he did regarding the health insurance law – Obamacare – that he signed into law a few months earlier that year. But as syndicated columnist Jay Ambrose points out, “if the Dodd-Frank regulatory law does what is now plotted, though he will still share responsibility for the insurance provision that, along with others, could bloody lots of noses.”