Part one of Part two
Part two of Part two
This one is better than the first…..
This is a great interview… Glenn had a hard time keeping a straight face..
By Drew Zahn
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U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., is hoping to pass a firearm-licensing bill that will significantly rewrite gun-ownership laws in America.
Among the more controversial provisions of the bill are requirements that all handgun owners submit to the federal government a photo, thumb print and mental heath records. Further, the bill would order the attorney general to establish a database of every handgun sale, transfer and owner’s address in America.
The bill claims its purpose is “to protect the pubic against the unreasonable risk of injury and death associated with the unrecorded sale or transfer of firearms to criminals and youth.” More HERE
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ATLANTA (AP) — A nationwide salmonella outbreak that has struck 42 states has put about one in five of its victims in the hospital, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Nearly 400 people have become ill in the outbreak that might have killed one person. An elderly woman in Minnesota had the infection when she died, although it’s not clear that salmonella was the cause, a health department spokesman there said.
The same type of salmonella bacteria has been lab-confirmed in 388 cases nationwide, said the CDC, which is leading the investigation but has not yet released the list of states or determined which foods may have caused people to become sick. More HERE
PEOTONE TOWNSHIP — Will County’s Gang Suppression Unit started 2009 by intercepting a large drug shipment.
Sheriff’s spokesman Pat Barry said officers seized almost 115 pounds of cannabis from a semi-trailer passing through the county early Friday.
“The street value would be estimated at $260,000,” he said.
The bust occurred around 12:45 a.m. as officers were conducting a “criminal interdiction” patrol on Interstate 57.
“They set up to watch semi-tractor trailers driving late at night or acting suspiciously,” Barry said. Full story HERE
Transportation stakeholders were caught off guard Wednesday by news that retiring Rep. Ray LaHood of Illinois, a centrist Republican who held a seat on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in the 1990s, will be the next Transportation secretary.
A senior Democrat confirmed Wednesday evening that LaHood would be President-elect Barack Obama ’s choice. Obama has a news conference scheduled for Thursday, but it is unclear if he will announce LaHood’s selection then. Obama’s transition team did not comment. Transportation Department nominations move through the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.
Although LaHood has a reputation for crossing party aisles and supporting infrastructure investment, transportation advocates had been hoping for someone with a long resume in the sector who could elevate infrastructure issues to greater national prominence. In some transportation quarters, the choice was met with confusion at best, and disappointment at worst. More HERE
Another inexperienced politico from Chicago tapped for the new administration..
Can the trucking and transportation industries afford this snake in Republican clothing?
Shady Crony Syndrome: An affliction often suffered by politicians . Symptoms include hanging out and doing business with people you wouldn’t want to introduce to your mother and then prevaricating when asked direct questions about your associations.
An AP story on Wednesday carried some shocking information to those of you who get your news from the “mainstream” media. It lists “notable figures who have drawn scorn and scrutiny” who have crossed paths with our President-elect, including Tony “Convicted of Fraud” Rezko; Rev. Jeremiah “G** d*** America” Wright; William “Blow Up the Capitol” Ayers; Emil “Nepotism” Jones; Rashid “I Heart the PLO” Khalidi; and Fr. Michael “We’re Gonna Snuff Gun Shop Owners” Pfleger.
Let’s not forget the flavor of the week: Gov. Rod “How Much?” Blagojevich, who has been accused of – among other things – trying to “sell” Barack Obama’s Senate seat to the highest bidder. Full article HERE
Today hear Frank Salvato, Managing Editor of The New Media Journal, as he fills us in on what’s taken place in the State of Illinois with the arrest of the Governor and histoday…
Both are charged with attempting to ‘sell’ the U.S. Senate seat formerly held by to the highest bidder and the money was going to be going ‘straight’ to both the Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and his Chief of Staff…
Then you’ll hear about the new group called The New Sons of Liberty Society which is pushing for a Consitutional check and ammendment to be put into law by individual State’s to ‘verify’ the eligibility and qualifications of any applicant/candidate for elected Federal Office including the President of the United States…
You’ll also hear about the Carolina Panthers 38-23. With a game coming up Sunday in Atlanta against the Falcons, the Bucs need to ‘wake up’ FAST if they want to have any chance to win the NFC South and repeat as Champs. They are now 1 game behind the Panthers who play the NY Giants this week…getting run over last night by the
Get in on hearing what you won’t hear anywhere else right here on “The Captain’s AMERICA” Radio Show…
Similar slaying cases could help detectives
There could be more victims in a string of slayings of Las Vegas Valley prostitutes whose dismembered bodies were found along highways, a Las Vegas police detective said Friday.
Detective Larry Hanna implored law enforcement authorities in other jurisdictions to check for cases similar to those of four young women with ties to Las Vegas. The body parts of three of the women have been found off of highways in Las Vegas, California and Illinois, and a fourth woman who matches the descriptions of the others is missing.
Hanna said the women could have been slain by the same person, possibly a truck driver because of the proximity of the women to major highways.
“I’m not saying they’re connected, I’m saying there’s enough there that we in law enforcement need to work together and pay attention,” he said.
“As my sergeant says, ‘There are no coincidences in law enforcement.'” More from the ReviewJournal
The NRA’s Chris Cox discusses Obama’s anti-gun record and what the future of American gun owners will be like under an Obama administration. Join the NRA and don’t forget to vote November 4.