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  • San Jose light-rail murder case heading toward a trial

    09/05/2011 10:14:17 AM PDT · by NohSpinZone · 2 replies
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 9/05/2011 | Mark Gomez
    Two years ago, Kristina Harris Perkins, a 19-year-old woman enrolled in the San Jose Job Corps Center with big plans for the future, lay dead on a light-rail station platform. She had been stabbed in the heart. Now, after a marathon 26-day preliminary hearing spread out over three months, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Rise Pichon has ruled there is enough evidence to try five young adults -- all from the same San Jose family -- on charges of murder and attempted murder stemming from a deadly brawl captured by security cameras at the Alum Rock station. Two other...
  • Post-Racial Echo Chamber of Ignorance

    09/01/2011 8:53:47 PM PDT · by NohSpinZone · 8 replies
    The Black Sphere ^ | 09./01/2011 | Kevin Jackson
    Welcome to the echo chamber of ignorance of the Left’s post-racial America. Black Liberals thought that electing a black president would make them happier than a Michael Vick pound pup, but instead most are now madder than Whoopi Goldberg’s blind date. In an America where black achievement can be seen and heard everywhere, Andre Carson and other members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are crying foul, saying that the Tea Party wants to take America back to the ‘60’s. Don’t believe your lying eyes showcasing black achievement all over America, because black people are being oppressed. By the Tea...
  • Caption 'Darth Vader' Bus (vanity)

    08/17/2011 9:01:25 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 57 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | Aug 17, 2011
  • Right-wing fears come true in Dan Simmons’ ‘Flashback’

    08/14/2011 7:58:21 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 11 replies
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Aug 14, 2011 | Patrick Anderson
    Right-wing fears come true in Dan Simmons’ ‘Flashback’ By Patrick Anderson Aug 14, 2011 02:27AM Dan Simmons’ Flashback is an abundantly entertaining, often outrageous right-wing fantasy about a weak, broken United States 20-odd years from now. The country is ruled by the Japanese, lives in fear of the Islamic Global Caliphate, and its citizens mostly spend their time stoned on a drug called flashback that lets them escape to a better past. Some of the events that have occurred between now and the early 2030s can be summed up thusly: U.S. Goes Bankrupt Israel Destroyed by Nuclear Attack Mexican Army...
  • Gallup: "Republicans' Ratings of 2012 GOP Contenders Steady in July"

    08/05/2011 4:17:12 PM PDT · by trekdown · 6 replies
    Gallup Inc. ^ | August 2, 2011 | Lydia Saad
  • No surprise: Disappoint-mints strike liberals as bad taste

    08/05/2011 8:43:03 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 9 replies
    Chicago Tribune ^ | Aug 5, 2011 | John Kass
    chicagotribune.com No surprise: Disappoint-mints strike liberals as bad taste Democratic Tennessee legislator gets them removed from university bookstore's shelves John Kass August 5, 2011 Corrections and clarifications: In a Page 2 column on Wednesday, John Kass incorrectly asserted that by raising the federal debt ceiling by $2.4 trillion, President Barack Obama had grabbed "reality by the hair" and kicked it repeatedly "in the behind." But Thursday's stock-market plunge of more than 500 points proves that reality remains immune to the president's charms. The Tribune regrets the error. So what do you give a beleaguered president who just ate a mess...
  • Great idea to thank the brave congress members.

    07/31/2011 2:42:07 PM PDT · by smokeyb · 8 replies
    Rush Limbach ^ | 7/29/2011 | Ellie from Akron, Ohio
    A friend, Ellie, from Ohio was on Rush Friday and had a great idea to thank those that held firm to their principles.
  • America - the Right Way!! Staying Vigilant

    07/05/2011 5:23:29 AM PDT · by Jemian · 377 replies
    here, there and across the globe | July 5, 2011 | Freepers of good heart everywhere
    Good morning! It is a new month and a new thread! I hope everyone had an enjoyable Fourth of July, celebrating the founding of these United States, a glorious experiment in world government. The National March by Sousa, conducted by BernsteinMay God bless America again.
  • RAF Spitfire pulled from Irish peat bog

    07/04/2011 11:05:25 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 52 replies · 1+ views
    Telegraph.co.UK ^ | Jun 29. 2011
    RAF Spitfire pulled from Irish peat bog A Second World War RAF Spitfire has been excavated from an Irish peat bog almost 70 years after it crash-landed. A piece of the Wreckage of the World War Two spitire that crashed into the Bog in County Donegal A piece of the Wreckage of the World War Two spitire that crashed into the Bog in County Donegal 6:00AM BST 29 Jun 2011 Six machine guns and about 1,000 rounds of ammunition were also discovered by archaeologists searching the Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal. The British fighter plane was piloted by an American,...
  • We Need To Put Our Regulators On A Diet

    06/24/2011 7:30:47 PM PDT · by billflax · 3 replies
    Forbes ^ | 02/17/2011 | Bill Flax
    The late Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman once said, “Given our monstrous, overgrown government structure, any three letters chosen at random would probably designate an agency or part of a department that could be profitably abolished.” Friedman’s comment in mind, in this column we’re going to discuss nutrition from a regulatory perspective. No, this isn’t me advocating Michelle Obama‘s Nutritional Nanny State; although, much can be gleaned from obesity as the primary dietary problem plaguing our “under-privileged.” Our poor eat plenty of cake and this Marie Antoinette would like it to stop. Gluttonous do-gooder statism spawned the electoral avalanche last November....
  • Middle school football coach fired for politically-charged country song

    FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Music City is full of songwriters, hoping to land that big break. But a now former Middle school football coach in Williamson County said writing a politically-charged country song got him fired, after it rubbed a few parents the wrong way. 26 year old Bryan Glover is not shy about his political opinions. He is proud tea party Republican and felt compelled to voice his disappo More..intment in the current administration through his music. But he never thought sharing his new song would leave him unemployed. The song is called, "When You're Holding A Hammer, Everything Looks...
  • DOES THAT STAR SPANGLED BANNER YET WAVE?

    06/22/2011 6:14:06 PM PDT · by Steve Newton · 8 replies
    I have been reminded that I have neglected to tell my FR friends a bed time story for quite some time. An Old Sergeant story for you.
  • African leaders oppose NATO over Gadaffi

    06/22/2011 6:35:48 AM PDT · by Facedtherains · 1 replies · 1+ views
    AT a meeting between the UN Security Council and the African Union High Level Ad hoc Committee on Libya on June 15, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Uganda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations gave the African Union’s stand on NATO’s invasion of Libya. Below is the full statement Mr. President, 1 . Thank you for organising this interactive dialogue. It is good that the United Nations Security Council has met the African Union (AU) Mediation Committee (High-Level Ad hoc Committee on Libya) so that we can exchange views on the situation in Libya in a candid manner. This should have happened...
  • Replace Obama is Job 1 ..... One Term is Long enough.

    06/20/2011 8:41:27 AM PDT · by RamingtonStall · 11 replies
    http://www.youtube.com/user/KRoseVideo ^ | 19-JUNE-2011 | K Rose Video
    Replacing Barack Hussein Obama is our Number One Priority. The best thing for getting this done is to turn Obama into a subject for Humor, just as the Lefties have done for over two years to Sarah Palin. One Term for Obama is Long Enough and One term for Obama is way too much for our beloved Country, the United States of America.ONE TERM IS ENOUGH!
  • Border and Immigration control, Brian Terry killed with guns sold to drug cartels by the U.S. ATF

    06/02/2011 12:51:16 PM PDT · by Bodacious AZ · 4 replies
    May 22, 2011 | Fox News
    I would like to know more about the Government Program through the ATF that is called, “Project Gun Runner!” According to the news program that I saw Congressman Brilbray, Senator Grasley from Iowa, and Congressman Issa who is the head of the Government Oversight Committee from California, found out that the ATF is selling guns and munitions to the Mexican Drug Cartels!!!!!!!!!!!!! They have tracked via Serial Numbers 195 weapons to 195 Crime Scenes “INCLUDING” the shooting of a Border Patrol agent here in Arizona named Brian Terry!! One of the guns found had a serial number that was tracked...
  • America The Right Way - Staying Vigilant

    06/01/2011 4:31:56 AM PDT · by Jemian · 234 replies
    All of us and a variety of sources | June 1, 2011 | Freepers of good heart everywhere
    Good morning! There are seventeen months left until we retake the country, until November 2012. As far as I know Caligula is the only one who has declared for the RATS. The GOP field is shaping up with many contenders. Sarah Palin is on a JERK THE MEDIA AROUND bus tour in the Northeast and elsewhere to call attention to America's founding documents and our founding fathers and principles. She has promised her radio talk friends in Alaska that she would tell them first of her decision to run. That hasn't happened yet. And in the hypocriscy department, Caligula's administration...
  • Soldiers climb Mount McKinley in memory of Rangers

    05/30/2011 5:50:55 PM PDT · by Tainan · 6 replies
    Forbes, etc. ^ | 30 May 2011 | AP
    (mods - excerpt from AP story) ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Five Army Rangers stationed in Washington state have summited North America's highest mountain. Army officials say the soldiers reached the 20,320-foot summit of Mount McKinley in Alaska Friday night, just in time to for the Memorial Day weekend. The Rangers - assigned to 2d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment at Joint Base Lewis-McChord - made the climb in honor of the 11 Rangers from their regiment who have died in the line of duty. At McKinley's summit, the soldiers planted a flag from 2/75 with the names of the 11.
  • U.S. Marine Jacob Tate 1990-2011

    05/28/2011 10:11:00 AM PDT · by Jacvin · 6 replies
    BizPacReview.com ^ | 5/28/2011 | Michele Kirk
    If you don’t know a hero in a close and personal way, and Memorial Day is an abstract observation of those who sacrificed, I would like to introduce you to one that reminds me every day of what this day is for. Jacob Tate is my personal hero; a fun loving, church going high school kid turned U.S. Marine, my son’s best friend, and a newlywed Dad with a gorgeous little boy. Tate had the pleasure of watching the little guy, his first, grow inside his young wife. He got to see an ultrasound picture or two, but he never...
  • cutting military paychecks

    05/27/2011 3:17:56 AM PDT · by UMCRevMom@aol.com · 14 replies
    Reuters ^ | 24 MAY 2011 | David Alexander
    Defense Secretary Robert Gates warned on Tuesday that policymakers would face tough choices trimming military budgets, weighing cuts in pay and benefits against delays in updating aging ships and jets. The outgoing defense secretary, who leaves office at the end of June, did not say where he thought the Pentagon should try to cut as it seeks to meet President Barack Obama's goal of cutting $400 billion in spending over the next 12 years.
  • Ann Barnhardt: The Boston Speech (An Inspirational Must Read)

    05/18/2011 10:25:12 AM PDT · by mojito · 5 replies
    American Digest ^ | 5/15/2011 | Ann Barnhardt
    Hello, my name is Ann Barnhardt and I am the person who says the things that everyone else is too terrified to say. This is the speech that I was going to deliver in Boston today, May 15, 2011 had a facility been available to me. Unfortunately, no facilities were willing to host my speech, sponsored by Rabbi Jon Hausmann, because I was deemed to be “hateful”, “bigoted” and “potentially violent”. Well, we’ll see about that. In this speech we are going to cover a lot of intellectual and theological ground. I tend to set my goals extremely high, and...