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ALG's Daily Grind - IRS likely to delay First Amendment squelching regulations


April 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds granted.

IRS likely to delay First Amendment squelching regulations
The American people overwhelm agency with comments over its proposal to restrict 501(c)(4) political speech. Said IRS Commissioner, "It's going to take us a while to sort through all those comments, hold a public hearing, possibly repropose a draft regulation and get more public comments. This means that it is unlikely we will be able to complete this process before the end of the year."

Walden: 'Nobody controls ICANN'
House Energy Subcommittee on Communications and Technology Chairman Rep. Greg Walden is right. Who will ensure ICANN or its successor upholds the First Amendment's protections of free speech when the Internet is given away? Nobody, that's who.

McClatchy: Is whistleblower advocate for nation's spies under attack?
The Obama Administration is going after a whistleblower who nailed CIA and Pentagon officials (including then Secretary Leon Panetta) for leaking information on Seal Team Six and the bin Laden raid to Zero Dark Thirty filmmakers.


Ayotte For Senate - Important update on Benghazi 

This week I joined several of my Republican colleagues in writing to the new FBI director and demanding that he update Congress on the Administration's progress in finding and holding accountable those responsible for the terrorist attack on the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi. After more than 10 months since the attack, the Administration appears to be no closer to learning who was responsible – and that's unacceptable. We owe it to the families of the victims – and all Americans – to ensure that the terrorists who committed these horrific acts are brought to justice, and I will continue to push the Administration to fulfill this critical responsibility.


Kelly Ayotte
Kelly Ayotte
U.S. Senator


ALG's Daily Grind - Internet Radio Fairness Act would end the music monopoly 

Nov. 26, 2012

Internet Radio Fairness Act would end the music monopoly
Rather than organically promoting supply and demand within the free market, the current system is based on the government imposing an unfair and discriminatory burden on one segment of the economy so that another might benefit.

Top 12 Big Gov't Busts of 2012: #11 The Green Economy

In 2011, it was Solyndra. In 2012, it was A123. What green company will go next? We have seen more bankruptcy than success.

CIA Global Warming Clown Act on a Par with The Pink Panther's Inspector Clouseau

The good news is that the CIA is disbanding the Center on Climate Change and National Security. The bad news is that the agency still clings to global warming dogma even after the "climategate" made it clear that politically motivated researchers have been manipulating and distorting scientific data in an effort to prop up theories that no longer hold.

The Hill: Boehner tightens grip on rank and file to maximize power in 'fiscal cliff' talks

The following featured article from The Hill  explains why House Speaker John Boehner is tightening his grip on House Republicans.


Daily News from the Veterans Today Network

Gordon Duff
The Macro-Economics of Phony Terror and Contrived Conflict

How Merchants of Death Rule the World

Both elements of "Al Qaeda" along with its clear history as a CIA established organization make every mention of it suspicious.  Whenever there is a need for a "wag the dog"news story, "Al Qaeda" is dragged out as the whipping boy.  Never has any organization, one as mysterious and insubstantial as this one, whose supposed leader, Osama bin Laden,  has not only been dead for years but when he was alive, not only worked directly for the CIA but comes from a family directly tied to, not only the Bush family, but, in fact, close friends and business partners for decades at every level.

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