With “don’t ask, don’t tell” scrapped by congressional vote late last year and open homosexuals now free to be all they can be in the armed forces, activists determined to force social change on America’s military have once again turned their efforts toward placing women into combat roles.
While many fled the horrific scene of the Tucson, Arizona, shooting on January 8, a number of others heroically stayed. While some of those good Samaritans did not live to tell their tales, those brave individuals are being hailed as heroes nonetheless.
The White House has announced that it plans to make a change to the regularly scheduled Emergency Alert System (EAS) tests that declare, �This is a test�this is ONLY a test.� According to the Federal Communications Commission, the tests will soon include presidential announcements.
Despite the recent judicial decision that ObamaCare is fundamentally unconstitutional, the White House continues to assert that it will implement the health care law. According to the ruling of a federal judge who sided with 26 states that filed a lawsuit against Obama�s signature law, the law is unconstitutional and the decision should serve as �the functional equivalent of an injunction� against the law. Nevertheless, White House Spokesman Robert Gibbs indicates that the Obama administration will �rightly� implement the law.
When John McCain announced his choice of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate on August 29, 2008, the only foreign policy experience or expertise the Republican vice presidential candidate could point to was her 20 months as Governor of the only state between Canada and Russia.