I have had thirty some odd years of following foreign policy, first as a kid that was fascinated with politics, the nightly newscasts and travel then as a teenager partaking in Model UN competitions than as a well-traveled political animal in adulthood. 315 more words
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Craig Rucker of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) sent the following article:
WHAT IS AGENDA 21?
Doesn’t that sound nice?
Not when it means surrendering your economic freedom to dubious schemes that empower international bureaucracies, yet sustain nothing. 258 more words
Since the release of a Harper poll on April 7, showing Thad Cochran ahead of his primary opponent, Chris McDaniel, by 17 points, it seems that the Republican Establishment, and every major media outlet, has run with those bogus numbers in another vain attempt to dishearten conservatives and tea partiers. 813 more words
“We’re confronted with an opponent of mine who has no experience in public office at this level.” So said Thad Cochran to a reporter yesterday in Starkville. 252 more words
By Matthew Boyle, Breitbart News, April 14, 2014
A statewide Mississippi Tea Party group called Monday for the resignation of state GOP chairman Joe Nosef over negative comments he recently made about state senator Chris McDaniel, who is challenging Sen. 1,034 more words
By Keith Plunkett, Mississippi Pep
Rural hospitals across Mississippi face a bleak future as a result of continued policies of the current administration, and Mississippi’s U.S. 1,354 more words
14th April 2014
More people would prefer a wind farm in their local council area than a fracking site, according to research published today by YouGov for the renewables company, Ecotricity.