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Attorney Klayman: Sheriff Joe Obama ID Fraud Investigation “Sheriff Joe Recall failed!” – 6/2013 (Video Report)
Featured Image: Brownsville, Texas – Matamoros, Mexico Border Crossing. CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw.
President Obama‘s failing gun control campaign peppered the air waves with the slogan “If we can save just one life.” However, when it comes to the estimated 17,000 annual deaths from illegal drugs flowing over our porous southern border with Mexico, the President is remarkably silent. President Obama’s four years of border control failures have led to the deaths of tens of thousands of American men, women and children.
The President does not have the legal power to legislate gun control for any purpose even if it sounds honorable. However, Obama does have a legal obligation to protect American citizens and secure the US borders. Since Obama took office, Mexican drug cartels have moved record loads of illegal drugs, relatively unencumbered, across the US southern border. The current year’s data is not available, but based upon 2010 data; these trafficked drugs have killed over twice as many Americans (over 17,000) as those taken in firearm homicides (8036). In fact, in 2010 there were more illicit drug use deaths in America then accidental non-lethal firearms shootings. . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Mar 5, 2013
“Eight former U.S. drug chiefs warned the federal government Tuesday that time is running out to nullify Colorado and Washington’s new laws legalizing recreational marijuana use, and a United Nations agency also urged challenges to the measures it says violate international treaties.”*
Former DEAs are asking President Obama to sue Colorado and Washington for legalizing marijuana. But is this just an attempt to subvert the states to feed their failed “war on drugs” initiatives? Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola (Host, TYT University) and Desi Doyen (Co-host, Green News Report) discuss.
*Read more from Huffington Post:
Robert Schiavelli in court after neighbor complains he laughs too loudly
A Long Island man was issued court summonses for laughing too loudly in his own home, CBS New York wrote in a report with the Associated Press.
According to the article, a neighbor issued complaints against 42-year-old Robert Schiavelli of Rockville Centre, N.Y., on Feb. 12 and Feb. 13. . . . Read Complete Report
Of course my all time favorite report of someone getting busted for laughing has to be the following. . . . EDITOR
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