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N.C. State Senator Soles Shoots One of Two Intruders

A Democrat with a gun??? I thought they were against that. Here they tell us that we don’t need them, yet here is a perfect example of why we do and why even a senator needs a way to protect himself.

The Boycott On Beck Is Backfiring

Of course it is! Glenn Beck does a great job on his commentary on politics and news. But that is what it is, commentary. And commentary is an opinion, opinion is part of free speech, and (as far as I know or I’m in big trouble) freedom of speech is still allowed in America. There have been many far worse things said about President Bush by popular leftist media speakers in the past and they were not completely ostracized and dragged through the mud the way Beck has been.

Proof Obama Participated In Socialist Party

I can’t say that I am surprised. Anyone who bothered to educate themselves by looking at his past voting record prior to the presidential election could see that he had a socialist agenda. Now, here is an article posted in that shows print copies of Obama’s picture and name as a member of “The New Party”, a known socialist group.

Is it true that the government should provide for the American people’s health care? Is it their responsibility? The answer to both questions is a firm no. There is nothing in the constitution that holds the President, Congress, or any other responsible for our health care. It is not considered necessary and proper. Now the states can, but not the federal government.  In fact, the 10th Amendment states this:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

The following article written by Chelsea Schilling and posted on ( explains it perfectly as to how the federal government does not need to or have the responsibility to interfere in the handling of the people’s health care.

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