Despite vote, Houston, Texas hesitates at shutting down camera program worth $17.8 million in annual revenue. Officials in Houston, Texas are in the stage of denial regarding the public vote to ban the use of red light cameras. Despite … C…
…I watch this video again Tuesday wasn’t exactly what we’d hoped for in California. The Tsunami that rolled from the east stopped in the west at the Colorado River, or basically the Pacific Time Zone was excluded. Sucks to be us, or it will when the California debt doubles by next July when the budget […]
Oklahoma liberty-lovers did not take kindly to the backdoor dealings in their state surrounding the insertion of RFID chips in their drivers’ licenses, especially after having been given assurances by their state government that it would not occur. Working with state legislators and other activists, Kaye Beach of the very popular Axxiom Amuse site “introduced” […]
A speed camera designed to catch motorists committing up to five offences at the same time could be heading to Britain’s roads. As well as catching speeding motorists, the Asset camera should be able to pick out drivers who … Continu…
The participation of David Hall and the Traveling Liberty Bell and Tablets of Law Memorial, during Branson Veterans Home Coming Week is being sponsored by, “The Hand in Hand for Veterans Foundation.” November 8-11, 2010 Continue reading →
Gotta love that!
Note; even California is mostly red, except, you know, where the dupes concentrate.
Both Democrats presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton experienced voter corrections in their second year in office. But the two reacted differently. Clinton moderated his policies, worked with a Republican congress and was re-elected. Jimmy Carter stuck to his guns and was defeated. So which template will it be for Barack Obama? Clinton or Carter? […]
I’m turning the show over tomorrow night to some excellent activists and friends of mine. I think you will enjoy them and the topic! Written by Shelli Dawdy (Nebraska Grassroots Activist and Organizer Extraordinaire!) 6:00pm – 8:00pm…
Opt Out of a Body Scan? Then Brace Yourself JOE SHARKEY, On Tuesday note-agent pictured is not the person in this story. He’s just random scary dude. November 2, 2010 HAVING been taught by nuns in grade school and later … Continue readi…
We, the People…Have the Keys! Howard Houchen In early 2010 Barack Obama’s handlers developed an analogy for him to splash about the airwaves and repeat at public appearances (over, and over, and over, and over, and over again). The analogy was one of Republicans driving a car (the U.S. economy) into a ditch […]
I was minding my own business at home the other night following an afternoon and early evening spent outside doing some chores and enjoying the brisk fall weather. It’s that time of year when Lincoln residents begin the transition from the air conditioning that, by many, is considered a necessary part of summer comfort to […]
And if any “RINOs” get in the way, the sound they make will be, strangely enough; “squish”.
Two Dr. Pauls in office = twice the fun!
Three recent events necessitated a refresher on the importance of understanding the current educational system operating in the U.S., and specifically in Oklahoma. Those three events were: Following up on an earmark request for a technology company in OK which led to researching enterprise zones, technology parks, the dept. of commerce, the quality jobs program, and tax incentives […]
Republicans have been presented with a double-edged sword of opportunity with Tuesday’s victories. Republican officials have been presented with a historic mandate to reverse policies and return to basic Constitutional principles. The Republican grassroots have shown their ability to get out the vote, make their voices heard, and effect a sea-change in government.
Although Tuesday may seem at first glance to have been a major victory, the potential exists for voters to sit back trusting the new Republican majority to take up the fight in defense of the Constitution.
You can say, Ron Paul lost the election in 2008 but won the revolution in 2010. What do we learn from tonight’s election? And what does it mean for 2012? We learn that Barack Obama’s re-election as president is now far more problematic. Sure, anything can happen. The whole world can change in 30 days. […]
WASHINGTON, DC – On November 1, 2010 the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) filed the opening brief in the case against the controversial full body scanner program administered by the Department of Homeland Security. According to the EPIC f…
It’s tempting to focus on the historic takeover of the US House by a Republican majority, but we here at GiN march to a different drummer, for the most part at least. Just as the three most important characteristics of real estate are location, location, location; the three most important characteristics of GiN’s political focus […]
…BUT URGE CONTINUED ACTION FOLLOWING TUESDAY’S ELECTIONS Tuesday began with many people wondering whether it would be a “good night” and exactly how the elections would turn out. The results were generally as expected, with Republicans winning…
Last session we got to Meet the “Chippers”, this election we got to Beat the “Chippers”–Enjoy! Continue reading →