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And then there were 3...

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This is just so wrong on so many levels.

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Amazon's Jeff Bezos announces discovery of Apollo 11 rockets at the bottom of Atlantic

Wed Mar 28: "Millions of people were inspired by the Apollo Program," Jeff Bezos writes on bezosexpeditions.com. "I was five years old when I watched Apollo 11 unfold on television, and without any doubt it was a big contributor to my passions for science, engineering, and exploration. A year or so ago, I started to wonder, with the right team of undersea pros, could we find and potentially recover the F-1 engines that started mankind's mission to the moon? I'm excited to report that, using state-of-the-art deep sea sonar, the team has found the Apollo 11 engines lying 14,000 feet below the surface, and we're making plans to attempt to raise one or more of them from the ocean floor."

Read more: http://www.bezosexpeditions.com/engine-recovery.html

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Scalia invokes 8th amendment on Obamacare. ;)

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Something is telling me that Justice Kennedy doesn't buy it.

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From a minister...

"This is white supremacy, and we will fight you.

Before we let you take over our city, we will burn it down first."

Aww... Come On... Enough of this garbage!

L Brooks Patterson had an interesting thought... In an interview on this, this morning with WJR he called the minister's statement Urban Renewal.

"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in a sorry a state as the souls who live under tyranny."
By Thomas Jefferson

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Starting Monday, the Supreme Court will devote six hours over three days to oral arguments challenging Obama's 2010 health care legislation ("ObamaCare").

Writing for the New York Post, Cato scholar Michael Tanner argues the case isn't really about health care reform, it's about upholding constitutional limits that protect individuals from unnecessary government intervention in their lives: "If the government has the authority to enact any law it deems necessary to doing whatever it wants to do, the Constitution essentially becomes meaningless."

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