Well, it appears that Hillary was right back in 2008 – Obama is not prepared to answer the 3 AM call in a time of crisis.
During another round of testimony regarding the September 11th attacks in Benghazi, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta stated that aside from a “pre-schedule” five o'clock meeting, President Obama was basically AWOL while four Americans – including US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens – lost their lives. Under no circumstances should this be acceptable.
What do you think of the police using drones to spy on Americans?
Right now, according to Fox News, at least 11 different states -- Montana, California, Oregon, Texas, Nebraska, Missouri, North Dakota, Florida, Virginia, Maine, and Oklahoma -- are “looking to restrict the use of drones over their skies amid concerns the unmanned aerial vehicles could be exploited to spy on Americans.”
Most of us think of defending ourselves and our families inside of our homes. Of course, this is imperative, and you should have layers of security that should prevent or alert you to a breech, and at least one long gun (shot gun, AR-15, tactical .22, AK-47, etc.) that you can easily access to neutralize the threat. But, in my first SGPA article, I told you why I carry.
You probably want to leave the house, amiright? You want to hang with the girls, go to the kids' la crosse match, browse the latest 50 Shades of Something at the bookstore, go to work, hit the triple coupon day at the local grocery world (well, this is more a necessity than a want). How do you plan to defend yourself is some wacky crap goes down outside of your well-protected fortress? You need to carry something with you. And, while your smartphone is great, there isn't an app for that.
Beyonce’s performance at the Superbowl on Sunday night was nothing short of epic for her stunning vocal skills, flashy dance moves, and of course, an unforgettable reunion with her Destiny’s Child sisters. Although obviously talented, Beyonce’s performance was overshadowed by her barely there ensemble, and overly sexual dance moves.
An article I read in the Wall Street Journal in March 2011 described one mother’s concern that parents not only allowed their daughters to dress as though they’re trying to “get laid,” they actually encouraged that behavior. But where does the appeal come from?
GQ recently named Beyonce as the “Hottest Woman of the 21st Century.” Coincidence?
Ethics reform has been an issue at the forefront in the Georgia General Assembly for the last few years, and this year is no different. We seem to be headed toward a pivotal moment in how things are done in the state legislature with the introduction of HB142 last week by State House Speaker David Ralston, a Republican representing State District 7. As I discussed on my show (Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot) this past Monday night, the bill is highly controversial and the grassroots organizations in GA are fighting it for good reason. The bill directly addresses the “lobbyist problem” in the state legislature and could affect the ordinary “citizen activist”. Let me explain.