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Florida Judge Orders Obama Administration to Expedite Health Care Appeal

Florida Judge Orders Obama Administration to Expedite Health Care Appeal The Florida judge who ruled against President Obama's health care law on Wednesday ordered the administration to expedite its appeal, if it plans to, within seven days. District Judge Roger Vinson, who issued his original decision on Jan. 31, ruled then that the individual mandate in the new law is unconstitutional, and since it is basically the entire linchpin of the law, he declared the remainder of the Patient Protection…

Update on Mojave Cross Case

See article here. Dear Friend of Liberty, A few weeks ago, Liberty Institute filed a lawsuit against President Obama and key administration officials.  Let me tell you why. As you know, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawyers have tried since 2001 to remove a cross that had stood harmlessly for decades in the Mojave Desert as a memorial to World War I dead. Thanks to your support, Liberty Institute went to the Supreme Court to defend the cross.  We won…

USDA Approved Monsanto Alfalfa Despite…

USDA Approved Monsanto Alfalfa Despite Warnings of New Pathogen Discovered in Genetically Engineered Crops Friday 25 February 2011  by: Mike Ludwig, t r u t h o u t | Report   Just two weeks before the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) fully deregulated Monsanto's Roundup Ready alfalfa, a senior soil scientist alerted the department about a newly discovered, microscopic pathogen found in high concentrations of Roundup Ready corn and soy that researchers believe could be causing infertility in livestock and…

Fake sick teachers may cost Wisconsin taxpayers at least $6 million

Fake sick teachers may cost Wisconsin taxpayers at least $6 million By Michelle Malkin  •  February 21, 2011 01:09 AM Criminey. By the MacIver Institute’s estimate, public school union members who have participated in the ruthless “sick-in’ campaign across Wisconsin may cost taxpayers at least an estimated $6 million: As Milwaukee Public School teachers left their classrooms to march in Madison Friday, they likely earned more than $3 million to not teach students in Wisconsin’s largest school district. In Madison, the school…

Monsanto agenda furthered by Presidential appointments

Posted by Steve in Featured Articles, Food Safety, Organic Food on July 14th, 2010   More of the same out of the current administration. FDA, USDA, USAID, Dept of Ag you name it and some ‘ex’ Monsanto VP is there carrying the GMO torch… Dupont Dame Follows Monsanto Men Into Obama Administration Starting with his choice for USDA Secretary, the pro-biotech former governor of Iowa, Tom Vilsack, President Obama has let Monsanto, Dupont and the other pesticide and genetic engineering companies…

Chinese shoppers struggle with spiraling prices

By JOE McDONALD, AP Business Writer Joe Mcdonald, Ap Business Writer – Tue Feb 15, 5:33 am ET BEIJING – Spiraling prices have made the grocery store a scary place for Chu Yun, a 27-year-old office clerk. "Prices for everything are going up and it seems it will never stop," Chu said as she hunted bargains in a supermarket. "I have no confidence prices can be brought under control this year. I think they will keep going up." China's public is struggling with a…

Fed dictator Bernanke needs to be toppled – Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch

Fed dictator Bernanke needs to be toppled Commentary: Forget Mubarak, it’s Fed reign of terror that must end-Paul B. Farrell, , MarketWatch.Com Feb. 15, 2011, 12:01 a.m. EST 1. Commodity price inflation will soon end the Fed dictatorship Hoenig consistently “cast his lonely ballot against the indefinite reign of easy money. Eight meetings, eight no votes … an unyielding point of view, one that has become ever more relevant now that rising commodity prices have put inflation worries back on…

Ron Paul: Asset-buy program ‘hasn’t done anything for Main Street’

By Zachary Roth from Yahoo! bloggers "I'm not calling for the violent overthrow of the federal reserve system," Rep. Ron Paul (pictured) has told Yahoo!. Well, that's a relief. Instead, Paul, the Texas Republican who now chairs the congressional panel overseeing the Federal Reserve, said he simply wants "a real discussion on monetary policy." But it's perhaps not surprising that Paul used an interview Wednesday with Dan Gross and Aaron Task of Yahoo! Finance's Tech Ticker (watch video below) to offer reassurance…