Community support for the reopening of the theater –which was the site of a tragic shooting incident this past July–is generally positive.
Archive for January 15th, 2013
It sounds like a great movie, but do taxpayers support such a move and are state officials willing to arrest federal agents?
It was quite amusing to watch MSNBC’s Chuck Todd ask the president about the diversity in his cabinet while sitting in the prominent front row of a press room populated by white men.
The reality that a sweeping new gun law was passed in the first month of 2013 hopefully bodes well for further sensible and bipartisan gun legislation.
From Walmart’s perspective, this is an amazing deal. They get disciplined, well-trained employees who come with government health insurance.
A fun-filled four minutes with Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity dishing on gun violence, Belgium’s murder rate, abortions, ‘white men’ in Obama’s cabinet, Diane Feinstein packing heat, and more.
It’s time to make believe they’re a whole different group of the same exact people with the same exact message. Where have I heard this before?
‘There just isn’t that much incentive to go find out when someone passes away…not when they add to your membership list.’
C’mon, y’all – get ready to move to BECKVILLE!
Democrats offer up a few helpful thints as the GOP heads off to a team-building golf retreat.
The David Pakman Show – Neil Patrick Harris Accused Of ‘Anti-Christian’ And ‘Pro-Gay’ Agenda (VIDEO)
Actor Neil Patrick Harris is the target of a homophobic ‘Christian’ advert to air during the Super Bowl.
Leave it to an enthusiastic gun owner from Texas to show up at a school with firearms to prove a point.
Scott ‘rescued’ the Labrador retriever during his campaign and let his facebook fans name him. But neither hide nor hair of the highly popular dog has been seen in two years.
Despite claims to the contrary, Chrysler is doing well, so well in fact, its parent company is now depending on the once struggling auto maker for its own survival.
The feds have been waiting for 38 years to hear Anthony Zerilli speak. Their next move is sure to be fast–before anyone else discovers that field.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings made an emotional plea, addressing what he calls the ‘tree of violence’ that includes domestic violence.