Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
Hillary Clinton says her speaking fees don’t really matter because she donates it all to charity, which is true: She gave her money to the Clinton Foundation. I really need to get on top of creating that non-profit designed at improving the living conditions of the Schaus household…
Obama has a “secret” schedule… What is not surprising is the fact that this administration is less than forthcoming about their agenda. What is surprising is that their secret itinerary included things other than tee-times at the Air Force golf course.
Federal Agents are showing up on the border, but they won’t be there to stem the tide of illegal immigrants. They’re actually showing up to keep the anti-amnesty protesters “in line”… I’m thinking totally out-of-the-box here, but maybe while they’re down there they can do a little border protection?
If you are President Obama, you celebrated the 4th of July by playing golf. If you are an average American, you celebrated by watching a parade and some fireworks… And if you are a resident of Chicago, you were probably getting shot at. America’s favorite Gun-Free-Zone saw 82 people shot, with 14 deaths, over the 4th of July holiday.
Oh… but here’s some good news: One of those victims of Chicago violence was able to (legally) shoot back at his assailants. Isn’t the Second Amendment grand?
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