Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Challenge to Dodd-Frank Grows as States Join Lawsuit

Three states have joined a lawsuit that is challenging constitutionality of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law that overhauled U.S. financial oversight and created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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<Lawmakers tell Obama to get his story straight

Lawmakers in congress are rather frustrated and are telling Obama and his administration to get its story straight on what happened in last week’s deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, with President Obama coming under pressure to address the American people about the evolving narrative.

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Unemployment rates rise in some election swing states

Last month the unemployment rate rose in some states considered key to the U.S. presidential election, including Iowa and Nevada, data from the Labor Department showed on Friday.

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Adelsn said Obama wanted him toxic

Casino Magnate and Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson says the Obama administration launched a smear campaign against him after he began contributing heavily to Republican candidates.  He said the Administration leaked information about federal inquiries into old events involving him and his Las Vegas Sands Corp.

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Obama is a hypocrite over Super PACs

In 2010, Citizens United took their case before the US Supreme Court and successfully sued the Federal Election Commission, in which the Court ruled that government can’t limit the amount of money corporations and unions spend on political issues. Bossie’s group just released its newest documentary production called “The Hope and the Change.”

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Napolitano Says Cybersecurity Executive Order Almost Ready

DHS secretary Janet Napolitano says that the an executive order granting the president sweeping power over the Internet is “close to completion.” Napolitano said that the order is still “being drafted” and vetted by various high-level bureaucrats. But she also indicated that it would be issued as soon as a “few issues” were resolved. Assuming control of the nation’s Internet infrastructure is a DHS responsibility, Napolitano added.

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>Obama says you can’t change Washington from the inside

Four years ago, to convince people to vote for him, he promised everyone “hope and change”. Today, he announced, that a president isn’t able to change Washington “from the inside” — an admission that rival Mitt Romney promptly blasted as “the white flag of surrender.”

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Number of ‘able-bodied’ adults on food stamps doubled after stimulus change

A new government study had found that the number of able-bodied adults on food stamps nearly doubled after Washington used the stimulus law to lift a key work requirement.

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DHS report warned last week of call for ‘burning the embassy down’ in Cairo

There is a 3 page inteligence report that Fox News has obtained, showing that two days before the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, a statement incited “sons of Egypt” to pressure America to release the so-called blind sheikh “even if it requires burning the embassy down with everyone in it.”

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Obama blamed for coal-mine closings, layoffs

A new report says that due to the crippling policies from the Obama Administration,  it has caused a loss of as much ast 13,000 jobs in the coal mining industry, across central Appalachia. This is already affecting the 2012 presidential race.