Saturday, March 28, 2015

In The Noose: The Weekend Wrap Up

Wisconsin voter ID law survives Supreme Court challenge

Having allowed other such laws to stand the court simply refused to revisit the issue.  This is a troubling set back to Democrat's Voting Dead.


Ted Cruz from USA Today

Ted Cruz and Obamacare

Texas Senator Ted Cruz had just announced his formal entry into the 2016 presidential race when he came under fire for possibly signing up for Obamacare, a law he has publicly criticized.  The real irony is that following the law is mocked by liberals.  Or maybe that's not so ironic after all.

Bowe Bergdahl Formally Charged

The soldier accused of walking off his post will now face military justice.  Given the time that has passed since Bergdahl was returned to the US in a controversial deal made by the President, who failed to inform Congress, it would appear the Army has taken the time to put together an air-tight case.  Did I mention the President failed to keep Congress informed?

German Co-Pilot Commits Mass Murder

Information is coming out slowly in the Airbus crash that killed 150 people.  It is difficult for any of us to imagine someone so cold-blooded.  Such a senseless act is just hard to comprehend.  But in the end it appears the copilot was just such a POS and intentionally plunged the plane into the Alps.

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