Bob Owens

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Archive for June, 2012

Obamacare to meet Supreme Court “death-panel” this week?

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to provide a ruling on the Constitutionality of Obamacare this week, and may issue that ruling as soon as today. Republicans and Democrats are girding for a politically explosive week as the Supreme Court prepares to rule as early as Monday on the federal health care overhaul. The ruling, […]

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LOL: Think Progress trumpets Obama obstruction in Fast and Furious plot

When your entire reason for living is political spin, you’re often able to twist even the most damning evidence of corruption into a positive. Think Progress drone Josh Israel attempts just that in his post, GOP Oversight Chair Admits There Is No Evidence Of White House Involvement In Fast And Furious. Last week, Speaker of […]

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Afterburner: Follow the Ideology

The always excellent Bill Whittle turns his sights on the deadliest political scandal in U.S. Presidential history, Operation Fast and and Furious. Thanks for the mention, Bill.

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Zimmerman police interviews released, contain no justification for Murder 2 charge

I’m trapped home ill today, and used the time to listen to the newly released evidence in the ¬†George Zimmerman. The off-duty florida Neighborhood Watch volunteer shot and killed an unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in February. The evidence released is a compendium of Zimmerman’s written statement, an video-taped walk through of events the media insists […]

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Holder faces contempt vote over Fast and Furious

Barring a very unexpected last-minute cave in by either side, the House of Representatives will move forward with a contempt citation against Attorney General for blocking the Oversight Committee’s investigation into Fast and Furious. House Republicans appear to be charging ahead with a high-drama contempt vote against Eric Holder, after GOP Rep. Darrell Issa said […]

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