Late last week, U.S. District Court Judge Frank Zapata denied Tombstone, Arizona’s motion for an emergency injunction against the government of the United States and the Forest Service that would have given the city the green light to use heavy machinery to repair water pipelines located in “protected areas.”
Thanks to Judge Zapata’s rejection of their plea, the residents of Tombstone continue to suffer from a lack of clean drinking water and the Obama administration apparently doesn’t care.
A recently uploaded YouTube video showed a North Carolina teacher telling a student that disrespecting President Obama is a criminal offense.
Considering it a crime to not report treason when one witnesses it, earlier this week, a bill was introduced to the North Carolina General Assembly (NDAA) that would declare the National Defense Authorization Act unconstitutional and treasonous.
The revelation of a 1991 biographical sketch of Barack Obama that states he was born in Kenya, plus other evidence that he is Kenyan-born, have been discounted as irrelevant and attention has been deflected from the subject by members of the so-called conservative media.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the prayers opening the monthly government meetings in Greece, New York, over the past 10 years have been too Christian. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit found that Greece’s policy of opening monthly meetings with an invocation violated the First Amendment’s supposed separation of church and state because the prayers have been almost exclusively offered by representatives of the Christian faith.