Liberty NewsWire: May 1, 2012

On May 1, 2012, in Home, by admin

Four American adults have been killed in worker strikes, including belligerent Anwar Awlaki in Yemen. Two other Americans identified as Al Qaeda supporters were inadvertently slain in worker strikes, and Awlaki’s teenage son, who was not deliberate a militant, was killed in a strike weeks after his father’s death.

Brennan supposing small clarity on what safeguards are used in cases involving a targeting of U.S. citizens. “We ask ourselves additional questions,” he pronounced but elaboration. – The Los Angeles Times


The Los Angeles Times – Obama’s Counter-Terrorism Advisor Defends Drone Strikes

Fox News – U.S. Not Reporting All Afghan Troop Attacks on American Soliders

The New York Times – Israeli Defense Minister Keeps All Options Open on Iran

War on Drugs

San Diego Union Tribune – DEA “Accidentally” Left Forgotten Suspect in Cell

Reason – Why Is a Center for American Progress Enabling Obama’s Drug War Lies?

Gun Control

CBS San Francisco – “Bullet Button” Used to Get Around California Gun Laws

Right to Work

Townhall – Thomas Sowell: A Cynical Process


Forbes – Obamacare’s Individual Mandate Will Raise, Not Lower Costs


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