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Memorial Day event to be part of
healing process for Fort Hood survivor

Fox News, by Joshua Rhett Miller

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Posted By:JoniTx, 5/24/2014 7:10:31 AM

(Video) Nearly five years after being shot seven times in the deadliest military base attack in U.S. history, Alonzo Lunsford is still healing — and this Memorial Day will be no different. A survivor of the Fort Hood massacre — and one of the Obama administration’s most vocal critics on veteran affairs — the retired U.S. Army staff sergeant will lead a ceremony on Monday in Walterboro, S.C., despite having never served on a foreign battlefield. In 2009, Lunsford was stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, where he was one of 32 people wounded by Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan. The service

      


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Memorial Day event to be part of
healing process for Fort Hood survivor
Fox News, by Joshua Rhett Miller    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/24/2014 7:10:31 AM     Post Reply
(Video) Nearly five years after being shot seven times in the deadliest military base attack in U.S. history, Alonzo Lunsford is still healing — and this Memorial Day will be no different. A survivor of the Fort Hood massacre — and one of the Obama administration’s most vocal critics on veteran affairs — the retired U.S. Army staff sergeant will lead a ceremony on Monday in Walterboro, S.C., despite having never served on a foreign battlefield. In 2009, Lunsford was stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, where he was one of 32 people wounded by Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan. The service

   

 

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Valerie Plame, former CIA officer and “hero” portrayed in the Sean Pean movie Fair Game, was interviewed by ABC News yesterday in New Mexico, where Plame was an honored guest at a Hillary Clinton Super PAC fundraiser. In the interview she made a lot of blah blah blah positive comments, but her list of Hillary’s accomplishments in four years as Secretary of State thoroughly underwhelmed. Here’s the exchange, via Gateway Pundit: ABC: What would you say were Hillary Clinton’s successes at the State Department? Plame: My husband, Joe, would be in a better place to answer that. He’s more a

Allen West’s Question On Donald
Sterling And Obama Makes A Powerful
Point About Our Culture
Independent Journal Review, by Kevin Boyd    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/23/2014 11:59:56 PM     Post Reply
Former Congressman Allen West wrote an article about the issues surrounding the Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling in which he asks: Has our culture devolved to the point that the private statements of an NBA owner draws more outrage than the lies and deceit of the President of the United States? He has a point. Let’s take a look at just some of the lies President Barack Obama has told during his time in office: Perhaps his most famous one is “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” Politifact’s “Lie of the Year” award-winner. The fact is,

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Associated Press, by Josh Lederman    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/23/2014 10:11:23 PM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON— President Barack Obama is heading to Texas for a summer barbeque benefiting House Democrats. Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will be in Dallas for the fundraiser on July 9. That´s according to an invitation obtained by The Associated Press. The late-afternoon dinner will be at the home of Marc Stanley. He´s a Texas attorney and former chairman of the National Jewish Democratic Council. Obama appointed him in 2011 to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Council. Tickets start at $10,000 per person and go up to $32,400 for a couple. The fundraiser will be the seventh Obama has held

   

 

  


 
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The Washington Redskins took on Democrats in the U.S. Senate on Friday, telling Majority Leader Harry Reid that his efforts to orchestrate a campaign to force a team name change were misguided and failed to recognize the name’s “deep and personal meaning.” “I hope you will attend one of our home games, where you would witness first-hand that the Washington Redskins are a positive, unifying force for our community in a city and region that is divided on so many levels,” team President Bruce Allen wrote Mr. Reid. The letter offered several rebuttals to arguments that Mr. Reid and other

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Posted By: JoniTx- 5/23/2014 10:00:18 PM     Post Reply
The Republican National Committee filed a complaint on Friday to force federal election officials to allow the party to raise unlimited money from individuals, opening a new front in its legal battle on campaign regulation. The lawsuit, filed in United States District Court for the District of Columbia by the national committee along with the Republican organization of Louisiana, would open a loophole in the 12-year-old law banning parties from raising unlimited checks from wealthy donors, unions and corporations, known as “soft money.” If successful, the suit would allow party officials to solicit large contributions from their party’s biggest givers to

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President Obama will spend part of his summer out West, chowing down on barbecue and making a rare presidential visit to a Native American reservation. Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will head to Dallas for a July 9 fundraiser benefitting House Democrats, according to an invitation obtained by the Associated Press. Tickets for the summer barbecue at the home of former National Jewish Democratic Council chairman Marc Stanley range between $10,000 and $32,400. And next month, the president plans to visit a Native American reservation in North Dakota, the Washington Post reported. During a speech at last year´s

A chilling message from the
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Daily Mail (UK), by Meghan Keneally    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/23/2014 9:28:12 PM     Post Reply
Two frightening incidents of vandalism in El Paso near the Mexican border in Texas have been interpreted as warnings from drug cartels. In both instances, a mannequin wearing a suit and tie was tied to a billboard with a noose and messages were scrawled over the placards. Local station KHOU reports that one of the signs reads ´Plata o Plombo´ which translates to ´silver or lead´, a threat used commonly against police officers effectively warning that if they do not accept the cartel´s bribes then they will be shot. ´This symbol has historically been used by Mexican drug cartels to

   

 

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Posted By: JoniTx- 5/23/2014 9:23:16 PM     Post Reply
Rev. Rafael Cruz, director of Purifying Fire Ministries and father of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), said the Christian church in America is under attack “more and more every day,” and noted that many pastors are afraid of losing their tax-exempt status if they speak out on political issues. Cruz stressed, however, that “no church in America has ever lost it’s tax-exempt status for speaking on what’s happening in the country.” Rev. Cruz made his comments on Thursday at the 2014 Watchmen on the Wall National Pastor’s Briefing, held by the Family Research Council May 21-23 in Washington, D.C. (Video) Following



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