President Barack Obama set a date of July 2011 to begin withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan. This does not, however, mean that the United States will cease pouring billions of taxpayer dollars into the country at the same time.
“Push back! Push back! Push back!” the crowd of more than 350 shouted at the first Nullify Now! rally held in Ft. Worth, Texas on Saturday, Sept. 4. They were responding to GOP congressional candidate Stephen Broden of Texas as he urged the nullification of ObamaCare in his talk at the rally. Broden is running to defeat the socialist Eddie Bernice Johnson for a congressional seat in the Dallas area.
Liberals and Leftists grew weary of discrediting themselves by making false allegations of Tea Party racism and violence that were proven to be unfounded. Instead, they have created a website called teapartytracker.org (image, left), which "monitors racism and other forms of extremism within the Tea Party movement." Assuming there are incidents to be tracked, however unlikely, Tea Party Tracker "calls on the Tea Party to repudiate extremists among their ranks and join in civil dialogue with all Americans."
According to MSNBC.com for September 7, a new study concludes that BPA (Bisphenol A) derivatives, increasingly used in dental resins and sealants, are safe for children’s dentistry, but that expectant mothers should wait for any dental work until after delivery. The widely used sealants, containing substances that degrade into the controversial chemical, are used for all dental patients, but children and pregnant women and their developing babies are particularly susceptible to the effects of the chemical.
At a September 4 “John Dennis for Congress” rally in San Francisco, Texas Congressman Ron Paul addressed the growing popularity of the state nullification movement. Dennis, a Republican, hopes to win the seat now held by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.