Chris Christie booed at Times Square Super Bowl rally…
TESTIMONY: “evidence exists tying Mr. Christie to having knowledge of the lane closures, during the period when the lanes were closed, contrary to what the Governor stated publicly in a two-hour press conference.”

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Why the South fell apart in the snow…
ATL: TIMELAPSE MAP OF TRAFFIC FREEZE…
Slowly getting back to normal…
Georgia officials under fire for actions before, during, after snow…

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Introducing HoT’s newest contributor: Chad Ginsburg

In fact, I’ll let Chad Ginsburg introduce himself with this fantastic video presented at Liberty First earlier this month. It gets a little long with the Q&A going on towards the end, but it’s one of the best examples of the Colorado Springs political scene (Liberty First is a bi-monthly meeting often frequented by GOP candidates seeking votes and “buzz”). Chad’s a genial libertarian and a natural showman and I’m eager to exploit nurture that.

Welcome aboard Chad, and thanks for being a rock star by helping hand out a bajillion Hammer of Truth stickers already.

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You WOULD download a car: Acura releases 3D files for latest NSX…

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#NO1CURR: State of the Union draws 33.3 million viewers, lowest since 2000…

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MAG: This Is Rand Paul’s Moment…

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State of the Union 2014

We took a break from covering the SOTU address this year. Don’t hate, we really just didn’t have the time, what with hanging out with Colorado’s next governor (maybe) and generally not caring what new imperial decrees or broken promises The NSA’s Teleprompter wants to scare us with next.

Honestly, there was some hope for one of those new tea party guys to be blitzed, hopped up on the resurgence of libertarianism, and start heckling him about his tie, but it was fleeting when we realized it turned them into those kind of people… the kind that just talk and talk and talk.

The State of the Union right now is cold, icy and largely immobile, much like the economy… go Broncos.

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Snowden interview details motive: “Even the wider body of our elected representatives were prohibited from knowing or discussing these programs and that’s a dangerous thing”
NSA LEAKS DOMINATE HEADLINES BEFORE SOTU…
Obama’s NSA blind spot…

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Top Bitcoin execs charged with money laundering…
“unlicensed … violating the Bank Secrecy Act by failing to file reports of suspicious activity”

Winklevoss twins led $1.5 million funding for BitInstant past Spring…

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Schindler’s List director: “I never feared my government until now”…
PROGRESSIVE KRISTALLNACHT: Silicon Valley billionaire compares treatment of America’s rich to Nazi persecution of Jews…

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Playing the abortion card: The GOP strategy fail of 2014

I thought I’d share my response to a piece by Darrell Cheney on The Blaze. In his “conservative” ignorance he uses abortion as an issue when rampant authoritarianism and government involvement in personal decision is what people are actually pissed off about.

Many in the right don’t understand this and that does nothing but exacerbate the anger.

To save space this is just my response.

You may want to read Cheney’s original post so this all makes sense. see more…

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Montgomery, AL councilman proposes law limiting bars to people 30 and older…
California: Bartenders must wear gloves…

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With consent of the governed?

A recent opinion poll from Quinnipiac University shows that Americans are split when asked which Party they want to control the US Congress after the mid-term election.

Though respondents prefer the Democratic Party by a percentage that is less than the margin of error.

Respondents also prefer Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Party Presidential nominee by a wide margin, while there is no clear favorite for the Republican Party Presidential nominee.

Clinton is also favored, by margins between 8 and 15%, to win the general election against the top four Republican hopefuls.

In the midst of the questions about Presidential hopefuls and which Party is doing a better job in Congress was a question that asked “How much of the time do you think you can trust the government in Washington to do what is right; almost all of the time, most of the time, only some of the time, or hardly ever?” see more…

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Mitt Romney softening image with late night romp with Fallon…

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FEDS LEGALIZE POT BANKING: DOJ creating rules with Treasury allowing banks to handle marijuana money…
CONTROL ADDICTS: Drug cops want open access to your medical records…
Leno: “Pot Smoking Impairs Young People’s Thinking, Makes Them More Likely to Get Obamacare”…
Obamacare bailout coming…

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100-0: South Carolina House votes to restrict drones…
DEATH FROM BELOW: Colorado town begins issuing drone hunting licenses…

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GOP calls for end to NSA domestic snooping…
“latest indication of a growing libertarian wing”

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The Poison of Democracy

Fisher Ames quoteOver the years, especially as of late, I have heard many people from many different political sides and affiliations, argue their specific point, belief, notion, whatever, in the name of Democracy.

Republican party, Democratic party, Libertarians, Anarchists, Socialists alike, explaining that their points of view, and their ability to share them, are part of the fabric of the Democracy that makes America so great!

Just one problem…

America is NOT a Democracy. We are and always have been a Republic!

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Broncos by 8...
SMOKE-A-BOWL: Marijuana legalization states send teams to Super Bowl XLVIII…
ESPN: Time for NFL to embrace for pain management..
Obama: “I don’t think it is more dangerous than alcohol.”
U.S. ex-DEA agent in unlikely new role with pot investment firm…

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Intel agencies admitting fantasies of killing Ed Snowden show they can’t be trusted…
Feinstein: Metadata program here to stay…
“we still occupy the role of the Great Satan”

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Paul Revere, 9/11 and the NSA

President Obama recently gave a speech about possible reforms at the NSA. Obama began his speech by invoking the name Paul Revere.

He stated that Revere and the Sons of Liberty “would patrol the streets, reporting back any signs that the British were preparing raids against America’s early Patriots.”

While, this did happen, there is one major difference between the Sons of Liberty and the NSA. Alexandra Petri of the Washington Post points out, “Paul Revere’s surveillance was conducted by private citizens against the soldiers and partisans of an occupying government they felt was infringing on their rights and liberties.”

Which is the complete opposite of what the NSA is doing to individuals around the globe. see more…

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Christie, Legislature on Collision Course for Constitutional Showdown…
20 subpoenas issued in bridge blocking scandal…
STUDY: New Jersey places last for budget solvency…

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Here Comes the Anti-Government Left…
“Pew found a sharp bipartisan drop in the number of voters who felt ‘government is really run for the benefit of all the people’ beginning in 2009. Gallup found a spike in the number of people dissatisfied with ‘size and influence of major corporations.’ It turns out that many of the voters who’d lost faith in government weren’t anti-government per se. They’d simply concluded it was working for the powerful and not for them.”

Dem Super PAC Slams Obamacare in Ad…

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