The White House removed a petition about the TSA airport screening procedures from the White House "We the People" website.Read more »
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Jimmy Kimmel roasted the elite with hot button jokes.Read more »
Defending Stanley Cup winning goalie refused to attend his team's visit to the White House to meet with President Obama and gives a pro-liberty message as his reason for not attending. Tim Thomas was the best player in the NHL last year and this story is getting news coverage all over the hockey world.Read more »
The biggest worry is likely to be this: That this program sets out to accomplish the same aims as the National ID scheme. Difference is, rather than trying to get the states to do the heavy lifting, Washington is going to try and compel private companies to do it.
So a campaign has already started to convince Americans to trust the government on this. (insert canned laughter here)
The volume on the ongoing discussion about whether President Obama should face a primary challenge for the 2012 Democratic nomination is constantly being adjusted. When the president compromises on basic premises of progressivism, when he talks of putting Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid cuts “on the table,” and sometimes when he simply seems unfocused and politically inept, the volume goes up.Read more »
Earlier this month, The Blaze reported on the White House’s new “We the People” tool, which allows people to create their own online petitions on any issue they choose.
If a petition garners 5,000 signatures within 30 days, the White House promises lawmakers will automatically review it and the Obama administration will issue an official response on the subject.
The site went live Thursday. The first petition to cross the 5,000 signature threshold? One advocating for marijuana legalization.Read more »
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