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Judge Sides With Oil Industry To Overturn Colorado Town’s Ban On Fracking

“A Colorado town’s voter-approved ban on fracking in residential areas was shot down on Thursday, after a judge sided with an industry lawsuit claiming only the state government has that kind of authority over oil and gas operations.” 8 more words

Destroyers Of The Earth

Current EVEntS - CNN's Ashleigh Banfield Unsuccessfully Tries to Bully Texas Councilwoman Heidi Thiess on Illegal Alien Issue

Liberals inevitably start to deride their opponent when they suspect they are losing an argument. If that doesn’t work, the next step is to start yelling, as you will witness in the following video. 117 more words

Women

The Lone Star State Of TEXAS Has SHUT DOWN Its BORDER!

“This is just unacceptable,” he said. “ We have a problem and everyone knows it except for the Obama administration and people in high levels of Border Patrol.” The Lt. 64 more words

America Wars

Missouri Voters to Consider State Privacy Amendment With National Implications

Amendment 9 would give “electronic data and communications” the same state constitutional protections as “persons, homes, papers and effects.” This would eliminate any constitutional ambiguity surrounding electronic data and specifically bar state agencies from accessing it without a warrant in most cases.” 11 more words

Police State

US funds Iron Dome as states go broke

An American political commentator criticizes US politicians for including millions of taxpayer money in an emergency funding bill for the Israeli military which has been relentlessly pounding the Gaza Strip with missiles, bombs and artillery shelling.” 10 more words

America Wars

Is it Taylor or Tyler? Forgotten Presidents, Part 2

Well, let’s start with names first: it’s John Tyler and Zachary Taylor. John Tyler was the 10th U.S. President, Zachary Taylor, the 12th.

What you need to know about John Tyler… 467 more words

American History