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Mike McCarville reports on how Obama's energy proposal is playing out in one of the most important oil states in the nation--Oklahoma.
Blonde Sagacity reports some highly disturbing news indicating that 'the Fairness Doctrine' is actually being implemented without officially renewing the rule, as radio stations for some reason are dropping conservatives who are the most listened-to programs in the country! This is a trend that should be of critical interest to all who have warned about the attempt to silence free speech on the part of conservatives.
Tam says there is something she doesn't understand about the State of the Union address. Take a look.
Breda has a photo that shows once upon a time in the U.K., Irishmen carried their guns openly in public. The U.K. as we once knew it is GONE.
Newbius opines on the comment of a Union thug concerning the shooting of police officers in various parts of the country.
GunRights4US provides a must read, but you must scroll down a bit to get to the section subtitled, 'Guns, Freedom and More Guns.'
David Codrea reports that Obama cited 'guns' 3 times during the State of the Union address.
Kurt Hofmann says that although Obama did not mention gun control specifically during the address, the issue is still very much on the table.
Vanderboegh confirms that 'the fix is in' at the Justice Department as they have appointed a fox to guard the hen house.
WRSA posts some excellent advice concerning finances and the patriotic resistance.
Strictly Right has the video of Paul Ryan's response to the Obama speech, which aired right after the SOTU.
Way Up North shares 2 'quotes of the day.'
From Behind the Parapet: 'Chest Waders or Body Condoms?'
Around O-Town reports more anti-gun insanity.
Roberta X has a brief, right to the point comment on the SOTU...which, by the way, she did not watch. I can't blame her. I have determined that listening to Barack Obama is hazardous to my health and well-being.
Billy Beck points to a very telling statement from a work on the roots of American communism.
The Wandering Minstrel posts a MUST-see political cartoon. Take a look.