The Checkmates of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 211 operating forward in the skies over deployed aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65).
Archives for June 2012
The food stamp program was originally intended to support the poorest 2% of Americans. Today around 14% of Americans receive food stamps. The program is one of the government’s fastest growing. Senator Jeff Sessions proposed amendments to the Farm Bill to curb food stamp abuses, but liberals in the Senate defeated his attempt at reform. […]
Northrop Grumman Corporation unveiled the first U.S. Navy MQ-4C Triton Broad Area Maritime Surveillance unmanned aircraft in a ceremony June 14th at the company’s Palmdale, Calif., manufacturing facility. Keeping with the tradition of naming surveillance aircraft after Greek sea gods, the Navy named the aircraft Triton, the messenger of the sea.
“Darrell Issa , Chairman of The House Oversight Committee, announced that he has decided to move forward with a vote to consider a report holding Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over the Attorney General’s failure to hand over documents related to the ‘Fast and Furious’ investigation. The vote on a resolution is scheduled at […]
Senior adviser to President Obama on ‘Fox News Sunday’
What do Finland, Sweden, Norway, Singapore, and Switzerland have in common?
Cuisses de grenouilles, pamplemouse, lapin, jambon, oeufs—probably names that do not just roll off your tongue.
Today the president unilaterally gave amnesty to young illegal immigrants through an executive order. The first video is of today’s speech announcing the order. The second is a video from a March 2011 interview where President Obama says explicitly that he does not have the power to write such an order. As was written on these pages earlier today, […]
“The private sector is doing fine.”