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A World Without Limbaugh

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  • A World Without Limbaugh

    Thursday, December 31, 2009 4:26:35 PM · by Lloyd Marcus · 51 replies · 1,270+ views

    LloydMarcus.com ^ | 12-31-2009 | Lloyd Marcus
    I hate to say this out loud. Upon hearing Rush Limbaugh was in the hospital and his condition serious, I felt a nervous twinge in my stomach. Dare I say it, I thought, “Oh my gosh, what if Rush was gone”. I could not help but think of the shocking passing of Michael Jackson. The next morning, I timidly turned on my TV. “Praise God!”, Rush is resting comfortably. I had the same fearful feeling in my stomach once before years ago. My wife passed out after dinner as we were leaving a restaurant. She awoke and was fine. During…
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Don’t be a gun dork in traffic stops

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Don’t be a gun dork in traffic stops
The Examiner.com ^ | December 31, 2009 | Mike Stollenwerk

Posted on Thursday, December 31, 2009 6:59:47 PM by majstoll

On numerous Internet forums, and some email lists, gun owners periodically report being hassled by police when pulled over for routine traffic infractions. . . . But often there is a common thread to these stories – the dorky gun owner brought up the gun thing all on her own! . . .

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1953: “Infantry Training Regiments” are established at Camp Geiger, North Carolina and Camp Pendleton, California. Marines begin the “Combat Apprenticeship Program” receiving individual combat training under the instruction of World War II and Korean War veterans.

December 31, 2009 1 comment

“On 7 August, 1941, North Carolina tobacco fields were purchased from local farmers for the purpose of training the 1st MarDiv, based in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to execute strategic war plans associated with the “Island Hopping Campaign” in the Pacific theater. Departing from “tent camp,” a year later, the 1st MarDiv assaulted the island of Guadalcanal. By order of the Commandant of the Marine Corps on January 8, 1952, the name “Tent Camp” was changed to “Camp Geiger” in honor of Lieutenant General Roy Stanley Geiger. Lieutenant General Geiger was a pioneering Marine aviator who commanded the I and III Amphibious Corps, and the 10th Army, during World War II.

1953: “Infantry Training Regiments” are established at Camp Geiger, North Carolina and Camp Pendleton, California. Marines begin the “Combat Apprenticeship Program” receiving individual combat training under the instruction of World War II and Korean War veterans.

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Barefoot and Panty-Scanned: The Soviet Union Arrives, Dripping, Having Swum the Atlantic ~ Fred Reed….

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How to Survive “The Reign of the Anti-Reagan”

December 31, 2009 1 comment
How to Survive “The Reign of the Anti-Reagan”
Laura Ingraham

Dear Fellow Conservative,

President Obama didn’t attend the 20th Anniversary celebration of the fall of the Berlin Wall last November (he had another “date night” with Michelle, I believe). But if he had attended, I think I know what he would have said.

Turning to former Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev (who actually did attend), Obama would have declared, “Mr. Gorbachev, rebuild this wall!”

Indeed, I sometimes suspect that Obama’s sole approach to any policy problem is to ask himself “What Would Reagan Do?” and then do the opposite — while expecting the same results. So, for instance, Obama thinks that by raising taxes, increasing spending, and weakening the dollar he can restore prosperity just as effectively as Reagan did by cutting taxes, slashing spending, and strengthening the dollar.
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Court upholds police pointing gun at lawful carrier

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  • Court upholds police pointing gun at lawful carrier

    Thursday, December 31, 2009 12:46:30 PM · by Still Thinking · 1 replies · 73+ views

    Atlanta Gun Rights Examiner ^ | December 31, 2009 | Ed Stone
    It’s open season on gun carriers. A case out of the First Circuit has some painful lessons for gun carriers in Georgia. A United States Circuit Court of Appeals last week upheld the constitutionality of pointing a gun at any citizen daring to carry, lawfully, a concealed weapon in public. The First Circuit Court of Appeals is the Court just below the United States Supreme Court in the New England states. The case stems from a lawyer who sued a police officer after he was detained for lawfully carrying a concealed weapon while in possession of a license to carry…
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Six Georgia Congressmen Challenge Greenhouse Regulations

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Six Georgia Congressmen Challenge Greenhouse Regulations

Posted By admin On December 31, 2009 @ 4:49 am In Featured Stories | 6 Comments

DAVE WILLIAMS
Atlanta Chronicle [1]
Thursday, Dec 31st, 2009

Six Republican congressmen from Georgia have signed onto an Atlanta-based organization’s legal challenge of a federal announcement that could lead to government regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.

The Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a petition last week calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its Dec. 7 “endangerment finding” declaring carbon dioxide and other gases linked to global warming a threat to public health and the environment.

The petition argues that news of a conspiracy within the scientific community to hide evidence that calls into question manmade impacts on global warming has emerged since the closing of public comment on the EPA filing.

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