Monthly Archives: July 2010
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Because of the decades of difficulty that the collectivists have had trying to ratify the Law Of Sea Treaty (LOST), Obama is sneaking it in through the back door, by way of this Executive Order establishing the Council. Because LOST is a treaty, Obama’s Executive Order is not Constitutional as treaty ratification requires 2/3 approval from the Senate. Michael Shaw said that the Agenda 21 Convention on Biodiversity treaty of 1992 failed to pass Congress so it was executed through soft law and administratively on local levels, and Obama’s Executive Order is a similar soft law tactic to enact the LOST treaty.
Mr. Torres added “This endorsement is our second major endorsement in as many days. Yesterday Republican Liberty Caucus endorsed me after withdrawing their endorsement of Rob Merkle. Congressman Ron Paul’s endorsement today is nothing short of a game-changer. The momentum is at our back. Our polling indicates that our message is rapidly gaining. With this endorsement we are all the more confident that we will win on August 10th.”
-Off Camera City Council Member 3min 15sec
The citizens of Chattanooga, TN attempt to address their grievances with their City Council concerning the local budget…
Quick Summary of their Complaint:
The Mayor has refused to release the current budget, and would not answer how many part time workers their local govt. employed, nor would they answer how much tax payer money is allocated to landscaping/mowing grass in public areas.
The gentleman in the yellow shirt states that he has found patterns of cover up and corruption in the Mayor’s staff. He asks for transparency and reminds the elected officials that they are public servants… His calm inquiry concerning the budget is rewarded with a smug dismissal by a callous Chattanooga City Council…
The piece highlights Koster’s campaign theme of preserving the American Dream for future generations.
Sarah Marron, 18, braves the packed Department of Motor Vehicles in Colorado Springs, Colo., to get her license. It might be that they’re busier, more apprehensive about driving, lack money for insurance and gas or hindered by tougher restrictions on teens, but the number of 16 and 17-year-olds with licenses has gradually declined over the last several years, according to state data.
Five years ago, 7.5 million used cars were sold for use by teenagers. This year, the market has shrunk to 4.2 million, according to CNW Research. It’s not just because fewer used cars are being sold overall: In 2005, 17.4% of used cars were destined for teens. Now it’s 10.9%.
“Reflecting the jobs market, there has been a serious decline in the number of teens who make a full payment for their vehicle to parents — down from 21% to 16% while parents are paying the full price in 44% of the cases vs. 43.5%,” CNW states. More than 27% of teens haven’t worked part or full time in the last 12 months, more than double the teen unemployment figure of 2005.
If U.S. government budget projections for debt as a percentage of national output and interest payments as a percentage of revenue are realized in coming years, the country’s Aaa rating would come under scrutiny,