"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
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#80926 Feb 16, 2013
Manifest Destiny had serious consequences for Native Americans, since continental expansion implicitly meant the occupation and annexation of Native American land, sometimes to expand slavery. The United States continued the European practice of recognizing only limited land rights of indigenous peoples. In a policy formulated largely by Henry Knox, Secretary of War in the Washington Administration, the U.S. government sought to expand into the west through the nominally legal (by United States law) purchase of Native American land in treaties. Indians were encouraged to sell their vast tribal lands and become "civilized", which meant (among other things) for Native American men to abandon hunting and become farmers, and for their society to reorganize around the family unit rather than the clan or tribe. The United States therefore acquired lands by treaty from Indian nations, usually under circumstances which suggest a lack of voluntary and knowing consent by the native signers, and in many cases a lack of authority by the signers to make any such transaction.
NOT what America stood for!
Freedom & EQUALITY
For EVERY person on the Continent!
#80927 Feb 16, 2013
I was going to post a rebuttal using Indians, slaves and Japanese Americans as examples but really all I got for you is ......hhahahahahhahahahahhahah ahahahhaha you are one crazy nut job woman.
#80928 Feb 16, 2013
John Jay (1745-1829) was an attorney, public official, diplomat, jurist. He: was member of the Continental Congress (1774-76, 1778-79) where he was President of Congress (1778-79); helped write the New York State constitution (1777); authored first manual on military discipline (1777); served as Chief-Justice of the New York Supreme Court (1777-78); was appointed minister to Spain (1779); signed the final peace treaty with Great Britain (1783); coauthored, along with James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, the Federalist Papers, which were instrumental in securing the ratification of the Constitution (1788); was appointed first Chief-Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court by President George Washington (1789-95) and later declined a reappointment as Chief-Justice by President John Adams; served as Governor of New York (1795- 1801); vice-president of the American Bible Society (1816-21) and its president (1821-27); and was a member of American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.
John Jay signed this membership certificate as President of the American Bible Society:
WHO was John Jay, you say?
He was the FIRST Supreme Court Justice of the United States!
He is/was the one who WROTE George Washington, 1787 ...
to be SURE and put in "natural "BORN" citizen'... in as president of the US! To keep it for ALLEGIANCE to the US only!
You IDIoTARDS BETTER wake the HELL up, or this country IS going to turn into an "imperialistic" one!
With 0 as the king ...
Just like George!
The one WE fought for "Independence" from!
I'm NOT talking about "George BUSH" either!
#80929 Feb 16, 2013
You NEED a lobotomy ...QUICKLY
#80931 Feb 16, 2013
I like getting all of those unfavorable judgements, they mean more to me than the favorable ones, shows you are doing a great job!!!!
#80932 Feb 16, 2013
Jesse Jackson is video taped crying over Barack Obama getting elected in 2008.
Jesse Jackson now is crying over his addict son being busted for stealing a million in campaign funds in 2013.
Jesse Jackson is a cry-baby, typical lib syndrome.
#80933 Feb 16, 2013
Six gun companies have announced plans to stop selling any of their products to any GOVERNMENT AGENCY in states that severely limit the rights of private gun ownership.
....no wonder our gov. is wanting to stockpile ammo, this is what fear will do to you or is it guilt.
#80934 Feb 16, 2013
He was set up!!
#80935 Feb 16, 2013
Finally printed today those links you posted the other day...
-Operation Cloverleaf - WIKI
-Operation Red Sky
-Operation Rain Dance
Gave copy to my pharmacist ...he is very much concerned ...he did some research on it.
Today the sky is overdone with artificial clouds. You're watching one line in front of your eyes turning into a white cloud and slowly drops. Looks like---when you drop oil into water ...after the spraying is done, entire sky turns gray and with a couple of days we have rain...this is so obvious.
I took few pictures with my cell phone camera, same line and it's alot easier to see what is going on.
Last year for a couple of days Los Angeles sky was blood red. Some times you feel drops on your face but no rain...
Thank you darlin'!
#80936 Feb 16, 2013
Is it kind of like you Repubs losing elections to show how great your ideas are??????????
#80937 Feb 16, 2013
...but if that was Republican, then GUILTY for sure!
He can join the other two criminals, Toni Rezko and Rod Blagojevic...
Criminal is criminal...Republican or Democrat !!!!!
Get real !!!!!
#80938 Feb 16, 2013
Is it like the Weeper of the House John Boehner ??????????
#80939 Feb 16, 2013
You are just one medical exam away from being locked up in a mental hospital. You poor paranoid delusional person. Did you tell the pharmacist all about the government plan to kill Americans with Chemtrials?
#80940 Feb 16, 2013
EX-SAN DIEGO (CA) MAYOR LOST $1 BILLION GAMBLING, STOLE FROM CHARITY
Jack in the box heiress and ex- San Diego Mayor Maureen O'Connor gambled
$1 billion , stole from charity to finance debt.
#80941 Feb 16, 2013
Pharmacist got his own information...
...now, BUZZ OFF !!!!!
#80942 Feb 16, 2013
....... Fun to stab em with forks to rile em up!
#80943 Feb 16, 2013
G.O.P. Chief in Florida Pleads Guilty
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
Published: February 11, 2013
MIAMI — Averting a prolonged and heated political drama, Jim Greer, a former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, walked into an Orlando courtroom on Monday and pleaded guilty to grand theft and money laundering charges.
Jim Greer pleaded guilty to grand theft and money laundering charges on Monday.
Mr. Greer, 50, who was known for bombast and loyalty to former Gov. Charlie Crist, entered a plea with the single word “guilty.” He did so without a plea agreement, the prosecutor in the case said. Mr. Greer is expected to face some prison time, although it is unclear how much. Sentencing will take place on March 27.
“Sometimes, clearing your name is not as important as taking care of your family,” Damon Chase, Mr. Greer’s lawyer, said in a statement.“The facts were on our side, and the truth would have come out in the trial. Greer’s name would have been cleared.”
Attempts at reaching a plea bargain stalled in recent months, and on Monday, faced with the possibility of decades in prison, Mr. Greer decided to cut his losses. The state dropped a fraud charge against him.
The former chairman was indicted in 2010 on charges that he helped create a shell fund-raising company and steered $125,000 in party money into his personal bank accounts. Delmar Johnson, the man who helped Mr. Greer create the company, had agreed to testify against him in exchange for immunity.
Mr. Greer’s indictment and his tenure as chairman proved deeply embarrassing to the Republican Party, which accused him of spending too freely on luxuries. But the case also highlighted the spendthrift habits of other Florida Republican leaders.
Mr. Greer blamed his tumble from power on an attempt by Republican leaders to exile him because of his support of Mr. Crist during the governor’s 2010 Senate race against Marco Rubio. Mr. Greer, a political outsider who was appointed chairman by Mr. Crist, caused a furor in the party by taking sides.
In the end, even Mr. Crist disassociated himself from Mr. Greer, saying he knew nothing about the fund-raising company or about Mr. Greer’s personal claim on portions of the donations.
The trial was expected to feature several top Republican leaders and Mr. Crist, who is now a Democrat, as witnesses.
The State Republican Party took delight in Monday’s plea, issuing a statement:“The truth is now known that Jim Greer broke the law,” stole from the party and donors,“and then said and did everything he could to cover up and distract attention from his crimes.”
#80944 Feb 16, 2013
Fox News = War Department BS Propaganda...
#80945 Feb 16, 2013
Didn't we all cry, twice!!!
Lmao!!! The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree!!!
Looks like Jesse's chickens will be rusting in prison!
#80946 Feb 16, 2013
Exactly, we know who have to be re-educated!
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