In case you missed it…
I hope everyone has a fantastic and safe Memorial Day weekend. Please take the time to remember those who have sacrificed everything for our freedom.
God bless our men and women in uniform, their families and all those heroes who have come before them.
Enjoy the Memorial Day weekend!
Sharon J. Rossie
In case you missed it in the news this week:
The Nevada Supreme Court has finally set a date to hear oral arguments in the remaining case against Education Savings Accounts. The court sent a notice to lawyers on both sides of the issue that the justices would meet on July 8th, at Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, to hear one hour of argument. (Read more)
After Obamacare was passed, lawmakers suddenly realized that they would be subjected to some of the same arbitrary and burdensome rules that average Americans face. In an effort to circumvent the hurdles and restrictions with which other individuals contend, Congress decided to attempt an administrative fix by categorizing themselves as a “small business” — thereby making congressmen, and their staff, eligible for federal subsidies. (Read more)
In a documentary about the country’s struggles with gun control, Katie Couric and director Stephanie Soechtig, toured the nation looking for “reasonable” gun control policy proposals. Critics of the documentary, however, blasted the film after it came to light that an interview between Couric and a group of Second Amendment advocates was intentionally edited in an attempt to discredit the pro-gun argument, and boost the film’s anti-gun narrative. (Read more)
Voter and election fraud:
Southern California has a problem with voter fraud — and it’s not always that difficult to spot. One voter who died in 2006, somehow managed to cast ballots in 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 as well. Another woman who died in 1988 has been voting for 26 years, including in the 2014 election. (Read more)
Veteran and military affairs:
This video of a teary-eyed West Point graduate has been making the rounds on social media — and with good reason. This young man’s story, and his devotion to American freedom, is a heartwarming reminder of why our men and women in uniform are among the best this country has to offer. (Read more)