Liberty NewsWire: Mar 9, 2012

On March 9, 2012, in Home, by admin

The state Senate of Virginia upheld HB 1160, a check that would  prevent a use of any state group or member of a Virginia National Guard or Virginia Defense Force to attend in a wrong apprehension of a citizen of Virginia by a supervision of a United States Government in defilement of a state and sovereign Constitution.

Ever diligent, Marshall spoke out in invulnerability of a protections afforded by a Fourth Amendment to a Constitution, privately reminding voters that regardless of a attempts by a feds to revoke a range of that vicious polite liberty, a guarantees enshrined in a Constitution and a Bill Of Rights should sojourn ever sacrosanct. – The New American


The New American – Virginia Senate Passes Anti-NDAA Bill, Goes to Gov for His Signature

Huffington Post – Indefinite Detention Targeted in Democratic Bill on Handling Terrorist Suspects

Food Freedom

The Guardian – Coke and Pepsi Change Recipe to Avoid Cancer Warning

War on Drugs

The Daily Caller – Pat Robertson: Pot Should be Treated Like Alcohol


Washington Post – Israelis, Like United States, Wary About Strike on Iran

The Telegraph – Video: Iran Trains Female Ninjas as Potential Assassins           


The New American – Senator Rand Paul Unveils FY2013 Budget Proposal


Washington Post – Government-Subsidized Green Light Bulb Carries Costly Price Tag


Townhall – Sebelius: ‘No Idea’ if Obamacare Increases Deficit

Tulsa World – Oklahoma’s GOP Lawmakers Abandon Plan for State Health Insurance Exchange


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