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American Daily Review: Divide & Conquer

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Constitution Corner: Overriding vetoes; Rand Paul emphatically demonstrates that he is, after all, his father's son; Senate GOP backing plan to extend ObamaCare subsidies...in exchange for gutting ObamaCare itself; Of course: Unions seek exemption from Louisiana minimum wage hike they shoved down Louisiana business's throats; Barack Obama nationalizes water, or "Our puddles belong to him"; Yet another Greek bailout is imminent, which illustrates, metaphorically and literally, why the term "Greek" is a salacious double entendre; Another "negative GDP" quarter, another set of the same old Obama excuses; Terrorist Cuba off State's terror list, North Korean cyberwarriors, and Red China annexes the South China Sea; Leftist dhimmis redefine free speech and the First Amendment as "terrorism"; The inherent nature of bipartisan free trade agreements, and whether what we gain in economic growth is worth the price of what the libs insert into the fine print.

And, in the third hour of the Saturday Afternoon Extravaganza (4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific) on Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs on KMET 1490 AM:

If a federal appellate court upholds a lower federal court injunction against an illegal, unconstitutional Executive amnesty order that the president continues to ignore, does it make a sound?; House Republicans grovel before Loretta Lynch over Lois Lerner, like they did Eric Holder before her; The "Is Obama incompetent or malevolent?" question re-arises over live anthrax shipments and IRS hacking; Do we have equality before the law or don't we?  Not if the Black Klan gets its way; and how the Left and the Right commemorate Memorial Day.

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