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In a military court on February 28, former Army intelligence officer Bradley Manning confessed to sending a record number of secret documents to Internet whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, but denied he had leaked any information to the enemy.

 

 

 

Even as the Obama administration continues to stockpile enough ammunition to kill every American multiple times, law-enforcement agencies were reportedly caught requesting so-called “no more hesitation” targets featuring pictures of children, pregnant women, mothers at playgrounds, and elderly people. The company behind the controversial scheme, which has received millions of taxpayer dollars from the Department of Homeland Security, said the images were specifically requested by government officials.

One of Obama's leading researchers shoots down many of Obama's gun control proposals. The administration and its media allies are in full damage control spin mode.

On the first anniversary of the shooting death of black teenager Trayvon Martin by Hispanic neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, there remain many unanswered questions — to be answered in the next few months. 

If Jill Biden follows her husband's shotgun advice, the vice president's wife could find herself on the wrong side of Delaware law. 

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