A retired New Jersey school teacher is facing felony charges for ownership of a pistol manufactured before the American Revolutionary War.

The Obama administration has conveniently decided to re-open the ObamaCare enrollment period for those Americans who are hoping to avoid bigger fines next year for being without health insurance. The administration is ultimately capitalizing on the fact that many people were surprised to learn as they did their taxes this year that they were being fined for not having coverage in 2014. At the same time a new special enrollment period has been announced, the Obama administration also admits that 800,000 Healthcare.gov customers have received incorrect tax forms.

Though President Obama said at a February 17 press conference that he disagreed with U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen’s ruling the previous day that temporarily blocked his plans to grant amnesty to four million illegal aliens — and that the Justice Department would appeal the decision — any appeals will likely take months to go through the federal courts. In the meantime, the administration’s plans to start accepting applications on February 18 from illegal aliens seeking amnesty under the DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents) program have been placed on indefinite hold.

 

Appearing before the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Wednesday, undeclared presidential candidate Jeb Bush acknowledged “there were mistakes made in Iraq.”

A judicial decision on microstamping guns' firing pins is expected momentarily, and might temporarily dampen anti-gunners' appetites for more gun laws. But only temporarily. 

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