Assault Weapons are military-style devices, and were designed by the military. Plus, you can get them online. Dana Loesch would have you believe otherwise.
Dana Loesch, a conservative talk radio show host, made a statement on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight that would make any intelligent person want to hurl, or throw their TV set out of the window, or scream at Van Jones, who was served as the liberal counter to both she and Grover Norquist, the anti-tax advocate who also sits on the board of the National Rifle Association (NRA), for not aggressively talking her down.
Loesch unbelievably said this: “I’m going to correct you, because I am tired of this talking point being put out there. First and foremost, let’s get something straight. ‘Military-style assault weapons’ are not out on the street. We are talking about semi-automatic weapons, weapons that are capable of–”
Equally unbelievably, Van Jones let Ms. Loesch talk over him, spewing awful lies about assault weapons. And at Zennie62, we learn just how easy it is to buy an assault weapon, which was created by the military, and for military use. Visit Zennie62.com: Assault Weapons Are Military-Style; Dana Loesch Wrong On CNN -
According to Zennie62.com, The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the same-sex marriage appeal at 10 AM, or 30 minutes from now.
Beginning at roughly 10 a.m. ET, the justices will hear arguments in the appeal of a federal appeals court panels decision that struck down California’s Proposition 8, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
The DC Circuit Court, a body that currently consists of Republican judges, made a decision in the case of Noel Canning v. NLRB siding with the plaintiff that President Obama's three recess appointments made on January 4th 2012 were invalid. The DC Circuit holds that the NLRB failed to explain what a recess was, and that the U.S. Senate was not in recess at the time Obama took the action. But in the DC Circuits written decision, it looked at every definition of the term "recess" but the correct one - the one that applies to the U.S. Senate. More at Zennie62.com here: Obama Recess Appointments Wrongly Rejected By Republican Judges
Dr. Paula Broadwell gave a speech at the University of Denver (where she’s an alum) on October 26th. The 41-minute speech has drawn attention because Broadwell, in responding to a direct question about Benghazi from a person in the audience, shared details on what the CIA was said to have done in taking prisoners that led to the attack on the US Embassy.
On Saturday, the 15th ranked Texas A&M Aggies walked into the home of The Alabama Crimson Tide, the six-time-straight national champions, and Number One Ranked Team, and beat them in a fair fight, 29 to 24. Alabama fans and the country were totally shocked. But ESPN avoided the man who was most responsible for the win...More at Zennie62.com...Texas A&M Beats Alabama; ESPN Avoids Showing Aggies Black Coach
Paula Broadwell proves that we’re all human, and now-former CIA Director David Petraeus is no exception.
According to Zennie62.com, Petraeus resigned due to revelations during an FBI investigation launched by the complaints of a woman “close” to the four-star general who said Paula B was harassing her. In the middle of the discovery period, FBI agents or agent found a series of email exchanges between David and Paula that have been described as “racy,” including one mentioning “sex under the table.” More in detail at Zennie62 here: Paula Broadwell Affair Costs David Petraeus His CIA Job
Well, that may not be a subtle way of putting it, but a number of pundits not at CNN think so. In last night's Vice Presidential Debate, VP Joe Biden took it too Congressman Paul Ryan, big time. Biden won major points on Social Security and Medicare, as well as Foreign Policy. For more, visit Zennie62: Joe Biden Kicked Paul Ryan’s Ass In VP Debate
If you have ever gone to a rally for President Obama, you may have noticed the use of U2 songs. That's not by accident. U2 has been a constant musical staple of the Obama campaign going back to 2007. For more, visit Zennie62.com: U2′s Walk On: Barack Obama Campaign Favorite
Scott Walker was helped by President Obama's stimulus-driven American economy as he battled Tom Barrett's attempt to oust him in the Wisconsin Recall Election. Wisconsin got $2.14 billion in Federal Stimulus Funds in 2009.
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