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2012 Election

Voting Rights Act Gutted by SCOTUS – Ruled Un-Constitutional

27088942_5244e36845_o In a surprising 5-4 ruling today, the Unites States Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional the most controversial parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, Sections 4 and 5, effectively freeing States to enact Voter ID laws, free them from redistricting restraints, and returning the rightful power of States to regulate elections. The Act was […]

Obama DOJ Charges Jesse Jackson Jr With Fraud & Conspiracy

ap_jesse_jackson_jr_ll_121108_wg The Obama Justice Department filed fraud and conspiracy charges against former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. on Friday. The DOJ says that he used about $750,000 in campaign money for personal expenses which included a Michael Jackson fedora and cashmere capes. According to documents filed on Friday, Jackson was charged with the following: Using $57,792.83 from […]

Press Fearful Of A Private Inauguration Oath For Obama

121207_obama_inauguration_ap_605 The official ceremony for the swearing in of Barack Hussein Obama to the office of the President of the United States is scheduled to take place on January 20, 2013. The day falls on a Sunday and apparently the inauguration committee officials have indicated that the ceremony could potentially be closed to the press, which […]

Happy Days Are Here Again?

Obama-FDR Things are not as bad as they could be. However, they certainly aren’t as good as they should be. Recession? What Recession? According to the government and their media arm in the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media the Great Recession ended in June of 2009. Ask anyone in line at a Wal-Mart or […]

The Post-Election Public Mood: It's About to Hit the Fan

1survivalkitcontentslg Freedom Outpost has previously reported on the fact that gun sales represent at least one booming sector of the American economy since the re-election of Barak Obama. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to interpret that piece of data in terms of sociology: What must people be thinking? That’s a legitimate question, and it's easy to […]