Washington Post – by Ashley Halsey III

With pressure mounting to avert a transportation funding crisis this summer, the Obama administration Tuesday opened the door for states to collect tolls on interstate highways to raise revenue for roadway repairs.

The proposal, contained in a four-year, $302 billion White House transportation bill, would reverse a long-standing federal prohibition on most interstate tolling.
Continue reading “White House opens door to tolls on interstate highways, removing long-standing prohibition”

PJ Media

I didn’t know how right I was when I wrote on September 29, 2012 “Benghazi Worse then Watergate.”

With the release of new emails it is spectacularly worse — so bad in fact that it has made a full investigation with an impeachment trial necessary for the protection of our republic.   Continue reading “New Benghazi Emails Mean Obama Impeachment Trial Must Be Launched”

As Globalists Centralize, Secession Fever Grows WorldwideThe New American – by Alex Newman

Much has been written about the ongoing efforts by globalists and the international establishment to centralize political and economic power. From the European Union, the African Union, and the Union of South American States all the way to the United Nations, would-be transnational authorities are fervently seeking to consolidate and expand their power over increasingly large swaths of humanity. At the same time, though, with citizens becoming increasingly weary of being ruled by far-away, unaccountable forces, secession movements around the world are exploding.   Continue reading “As Globalists Centralize, Secession Fever Grows Worldwide”

Weed - Florida Police Launch “Don’t Let Florida Go To Pot” Anti-Weed CampaignMarijuana – by Barry Poppins

You know why (most) cops don’t want marijuana legalized? Cause they’d have to focus on real (more dangerous) crime while they’d have a lot less to do (and more time to eat donuts). The likely result: many officers would probably be out of jobs and have to migrate to mall or amusement park security.

And in Florida, the state’s sheriffs REALLY don’t want medical marijuana entering their domain. To combat the “devil’s lettuce” threat, they’ve launched a campaign with the (super witty!) title: “Don’t Let Florida Go To Pot”. The goal: don’t let reefer madness infiltrate the Sunshine State.   Continue reading “Florida Police Launch “Don’t Let Florida Go To Pot” Anti-Weed Campaign”

donald-sterling-jesse-jacksonSports Bank – by Paul M. Banks

Rev. Jesse Jackson joined Bloomberg Television’s Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle following NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s press conference. The Rev. Jesse Jackson said:

“There’s nothing more that needs to be done. I’m sure he has polled the owners… No owner will stand against this recommendation and vote for Sterling. If they did not do it, you would have mutiny by the players, boycotts by the fans and more dropouts from the advertisers.”   Continue reading “Rev. Jesse Jackson says he would help Donald Sterling sell the team”

National Security Agency photoSitePro News – by Jennifer Cowan

In a rare move, the White House is opening up about its policies on going public — or not — with cyber-security issues and online vulnerabilities.

Presidential cyber-security co-ordinator Michael Daniel has written a surprisingly candid blog post in response to the ongoing belief that the National Security Agency had actually known about the HeartBleed bug for two years, but kept its mouth shut so it could use the flaw for its own purposes.   Continue reading “White House Explains Policy on Going Public With Online Security Threats”

Breitbart – by FRANCES MARTEL

“No-bama, no bases, no war,” chanted an angry crowd of protesters in Manila Monday, infuriated by a ten-year defense deal in which the United States promised support for the Filipino army in the event of any dispute with the country’s neighbors growing violent.

According to NBC News, the crowd paraded through the streets with several figurines that appeared constructed with the full detail of a parade float. The centerpiece of the protest, however, was a large dog with the face of the President of the Philippines, Benigno Aquino III. The dog pulled a chariot controlled by a figurine of President Barack Obama, which was burned in effigy while floating through the streets.   Continue reading “Filipino Protesters Burn Effigy of Barack Obama to Protest New Defense Deal”

downloadNC Renegade – by David

The G-8 may be no more as the G-7 throws every possible case of harsh language known to man at the Kremlin, which obstinately refuses to back down, while re-escalating sanctions against a Russia which merely has done what the US does every single time its national interest abroad is threatened, but one thing is becoming ever clearer: while the west isolates Russia with ever stricter measures, Russia has decided to make some new friends.   Continue reading “Isolated Russia Makes Friends: To Hold Military Drill With China; Strikes Multi-Billion Deals Qatar And Iran”

Black-Bird-490x331.jpgFox News

If you’ve ever wanted to get a close-up look in the cockpit of a World War II bomber or fighter, or the CIA’s M-21 Blackbird, then Lyle Jansma has an app for you.

AeroCapture Images Cockpit 360 provides an interactive tour of more than 40 historic aircraft – U.S., allied and enemy. And those are in addition to non-combat planes such as the Boeing 40C – a 1920s mail carrier – and the Apollo Command Module 007, which was used for astronaut training.   Continue reading “App gains you entry into cockpits of military aircraft”

Judicial Watch

Another Mexican military incursion into the United States occurred near San Diego this month and the Obama administration is trying to cover it up, though officials at one Homeland Security agency have come forward with the startling details.

The infiltration took place a few weeks ago at a cross-border drug tunnel recently discovered by federal authorities. The U.S. Border Patrol was charged with guarding the tunnel, which runs under the U.S.-Mexico border and leads to a warehouse in Otay Mesa. A group of at least five armed Mexican military soldiers came through the tunnel on April 1 and attempted to enter California through the warehouse, according to an account posted on the Border Patrol’s local union website.   Continue reading “DHS Covers Up Another Mexican Military Incursion Into U.S.”

528311671Weekly Standard

Michelle Obama wrapped up her March visit to China with a stop in Chengdu, arriving on March 25 and departing for the United States on the following day. But that one leg of the trip alone required about 900 room nights, ranging from 21 rooms beginning on March 13 for the advance team to a peak of 144 rooms when the first lady herself was at the hotel.

The documents prepared in support of the stay estimated the cost at around 1,393,500 yuan (RMB), or $222,000 at current exchange rates:    Continue reading “Michelle Obama 2-Day Hotel Stay in China Costs $222K”

Neil EgglestonD.C. Clothesline – by Eowyn

A week ago on April 21, 2014, the White House announced that W. Neil Eggleston, a well-known criminal defense attorney, will be Obama’s new White House counsel upon the May 2014 departure of Kathryn Ruemmler.

Keith Koffler of whitehousedossier.com says Eggleston is the kind of guy you go to when someone tells you, “time to lawyer up.”

Eggleston, 60, has an impressive recordof defending political figures fromcriminal charges, including:    Continue reading “Obama hires a Criminal defense attorney to be his new White House counsel”

Opposing Views – by Lina Batarags

Two people who attempted to steal a 30-year-old mother’s purse in a Texas parking lot ended up dragging the woman across said parking lot.

Fortunately, an onlooker who had a weapon concealed on his person saved the mother from both robbery and from potential injury.

Brenda Vasquez, manager of a Houston Family Dollar store, witnessed the incident.    Continue reading “Suspects Drag Woman Across Parking Lot Before Onlooker Forces Them Out of Car with his Gun”