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Watchdog - Citizen goes extra mile for justice  


ALG's Daily Grind - Barack Obama's two-face on Freedom of Information 


July 25, 2014

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Delay and deny: Obama's two-face on Freedom of Information
The delay and denial of Freedom of Information Act  records requests to appease the White House must stop and agencies should instead get back to following the law.

Paul Ryan's war on poverty
How does qualifying another 10 million people for government assistance via the Earned Income Tax Credit lead us on a path to prosperity?

Corwin: NTIA's FOIA disclosures shed limited light on IANA transition decision
Internet Commerce Association counsel Philip Corwin sheds more light on the Obama Internet giveaway using Freedom of Information Act documents obtained by Americans for Limited Government.


ALG's Daily Grind - Rob Astorino's one man war against Obama's racial housing quotas


July 21, 2014

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Rob Astorino's one man war against Obama's racial housing quotas
Westchester County Executive explains the HUD racial rezoning rule: "if you live in that quarter acre or half acre residential neighborhood [zoning], the federal government is saying that a thirteen-story apartment building could be right in the middle of it, government-subsidized, because there needs to be equal mix, in their view, of ethnicity, of race, of income."

What is going on over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?
Obama spent a mere 40 seconds mentioning the shot-down airliner "tragedy" between standard dinner-speaker jokes at a Delaware fundraiser—the day it happened.

Snider: Janet Yellen uses Fed failures to expand the Fed's mandate
"On an economic whirlwind, [Yellen's] goal over the past few months has been to convince anyone and everyone that the economy has nearly healed, the trajectory thus brightened enough to allow the Fed to gracefully exit and take full credit for it. While that is certainly the broad stroke of what looks to be 'forward guidance', for now, there is more than a little complication between here and there."


ALG Liberty Action Report - Limbaugh is right about Obama's war on suburbs  


July 18, 2014

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Limbaugh is right about Obama's war on suburbs
Radio host Rush Limbaugh: "What better way to give a boost to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Act and the remaking of American neighborhoods than to start injecting illegal immigrant populations into targeted cities and towns in the suburbs all across the country?"

Lois Lerner's pension defunded and a whole lot more
Lois Lerner was apparently patient zero of deadly computer viruses within the United States government as it has been learned that some of her former colleagues at the Federal Election Commission also mysteriously lost their computer hard drives.  Of course, they had to be destroyed as well.

Rubino: Taking control of the time in which we live
"[S]ound money is really a moral issue as much as it is a financial issue. It means you have to keep your promises. And that governments have to maintain the value of their promises -- a piece of currency is basically a promise that if you hold on to it today, you will be able to exchange it for something of equal real value sometime in the future. Governments have been breaking that promise consistently since 1971 and that moral corruption has bled over into every other aspect of life."


ALG's Daily Grind - Obama blames America for being cynical, gives speech to fix it 


July 17, 2014

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Obama blames America for being cynical, gives speech to fix it
Obama's malaise speech: "Cynicism is a choice, and hope is a better choice."

Cartoon: Not a peep
Obama brings about global tranquility?

Extremism in the defense of liberty is still no vice
The 50th anniversary of Barry Goldwater's clarion call for liberty acceptance speech for the Republican nomination passed this week. In a modern world where politicians talk, but their words are hollow, listening to Goldwater's message a half a century later is like a drink of fresh water.

Chris McDaniel's attorney says he expects to challenge runoff results within 10 days
"McDaniel said later in the week that his campaign found "over 8,300 questionable ballots.' His campaign did not elaborate much on its findings Wednesday."