Archive for 24 Aug 2012

Here’s today’s reading list:


Too funny. I stole this from HillBuzz

Here’s today’s eye candy.
This is Yuuri Morishita.






…working out for you there Chicago?
Not so good you say?
I wouldn’t live withing a hundred miles of that cesspool.

Democrat owned and operated for over 80 years.

19 people shot in overnight shootings across Chicago
By Peter Nickeas

Nineteen people were shot across the South and West sides from Thursday evening through early Friday morning — 13 of them wounded over a 30-minute period, authorities say.

The overnight shootings peaked between 9:15 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. That’s when eight people, many of them teens, were shot at 79th Street and Essex Avenue about 9:30 p.m.

Then two men were wounded in the Ida B. Wells / Darrow Homes complex at about 9:25 p.m., police said. The men, 27 and 33, were shot in the 600 block of East 37th Street and taken to the University of Chicago Hospitals, police said. The younger man was shot in the head and the other in the right arm, Gaines said.

Around the same time, two other men were wounded in the arms in a drive-by shooting in the 2900 block of West 39th Place in the Brighton Park neighborhood.


…sue DHS over illegal immigration amnesty.
I hope they are successful, but I kind of doubt it with this political football.

Judicial Watch has also filed a law suit against Obama for bypassing Congress with the Executive Order.

This lawless administration must be brought to justice, not just fired.

Immigration agents file suit against Napolitano over ‘amnesty’ program
By Shannon Bream

Ten federal immigration agents have filed suit against Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano claiming recent directives are forcing them to break the law and ignore their duties when it comes to deporting illegal immigrants.

The suit was filed Thursday in Texas federal court by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. It challenges recent directives allowing some illegal immigrants — particularly non-felons and those who came to the U.S. as children — to stay and, in some cases, get work permits.

The suit, obtained by Fox News, says the agents are being forced to “violate federal law.” It says the new directive “unconstitutionally usurps and encroaches upon the legislative powers of Congress.” ICE Director John Morton is also named as a defendant.

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