Must Read- April 3, 2014: Ft. Hood Shooting, Campaign Finance, Urban Warrior Challenge
Soldiers in a lineup Image by iStock Photo
Ft. Hood Shooting:
Soldier Ivan Lopez is suspected of killing three and himself, as well as injuring 16, yesterday at a shooting on Ft. Hood.
Flashback: on Tuesday, the military was looking for a suspect who was believed to be planning an attack similar to Ft. Hood's first.
President Clinton changed law in 1993 when it comes to military and weapons on base.
- Editorial: end Clinton-era military base gun ban. (Washington Times)
- Carrying of firearms and use of force for law enforcement and security duties. (US Military)
Campaign Finance Laws:
Yesterday, the Supreme Court has changed the rules, in a 5-4 decision, when it comes to Campaign Finance. You can now to give to as many candidates as you wish. However, there is still a cap on how much you can donate to each candidate.
- Free-for-all: Supreme Court strikes down overall limit on campaign giving. (Washington Times)
- Newt: Today's campaign finance decision doesn't go far enough. (Time)
Obama cave the reigns of control on Syria to Putin and now we are learning Assad is not turning over his WMD and no one seems to care.
Author of the Week:
- Twilight of Abundance: Why Life in the 21st Century Will Be Nasty, Brutish, and Short
- ABC Books on Facebook
Urban Warrior Challenge:
In the name of cleaner air regulations, the EPA has been conducting dangerous studies on humans for the past few years.