The undated and unsigned 16-page document leaked to NBC refers to itself as a Department of Justice white paper.
Gavin Baker's insight:
After being caught for using drones over seas to kill, our government had tried to hide the news from reaching the public. They predicted that if it were available to public scrutiny that it would cause our nation to become full of gloom.
So the White House is closing its doors to the public today. Budget cuts related to the sequester are the blame. The WH tours are closed after a decision by the Secret Service that it could not afford to maintain security.
On Monday March 11, 2013, Congress is reportedly beginning impeachment proceedings against Barack Obama.
Members of Congress are reportedly beginning impeachment against Barack Obama...
Gavin Baker's insight:
Members of Congress are reportedly beginning impeachment against Barack Obama based on the grounds of unauthorized military use in Libya and Syria. Obama says it was OK because he had the national support, but he directly violates the constitution. What do you think?
The President has offered a magazine limit of 10 rounds, but in NYC they have made the limit 7 rounds. 7 or 10 rounds is enough to protect yourself from 1 person but if you are confronted by a group of more you may run into some trouble.
This explains what some of the concerns with the gun laws are. From not having large capacity magazines, and to take guns that only have large capacity out of circulation since they are only being used for mass murder.
The 112th Congress was widely regarded as the worst Congress ever. The 113th -- which is just 58 days old, but will go into recess on Friday as the sequester hits -- is taking do-nothingness to the next level, because it has done nothing to stop the deliberately stupid cuts of the sequester from happening. 58 days is actually giving our legislators more credit than they're due: Congress has been in session just 23 of the 60 days so far in 2013. As the calendar at right shows, Congress takes most of the year off: the days shaded orange indicate when the House has been out of session over the past year. Don't worry, the impending series of fiscal crises has not been much of an inconvenience to their schedule: the House began a three-day weekend today, enjoys a four-day weekend next week, and then goes on a two-week vacation starting on March 22, even though government funding runs out March 27. MORE
Gallup has been asking, since 2003, this question:
"In your view, do the Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job of representing the American people, or do they do such a poor job that a third major party is needed?"
The latest result, out [in May 2011], finds that a majority says "yes", by 52-40 percent, (with 8 percent no opinion). That's down from 58 percent the last time they asked it, but the yesses have been greater than the no's the last five times Gallup asked the question.
Unsurprisingly, those who consider themselves political independents have always been mostly likely to say yes, but -- a tad surprisingly -- the yesses are now coming more often from Republicans than from Democrats and have for the last three rounds of the question since 2008. The current result has 68 of independents wishing for a third party, 52 of Republicans and just 33 percent of Democrats. And 60 percent of those who describe themselves as Tea Party supporters say a third party is needed.
There are an estimated 34 deaths a day from guns. Putting a ban on guns wouldn't stop anything, the criminls who have them now will still be able to get them some way or another, then the innocent people won't have a way to protect themselves.
This video is showing you the different opinions that people have on keeping a weapon in the school for protection. The teachers don't feel comfortable with keeping a weapon so close to the young children, but at the same time, a gun in the class room could potentially save many lives if you are given a chance to act.