Must Read: Jan 29, 2014: Homeless Camps, ICE on Amnesty, Obama on 2006 Debt Limit
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Springfield Police are looking at working with businesses to use their surveillance cameras for observing crime in the city.
Some homeless don't want to spend the night in shelters, so they have been setting up camps around town. Employees for the Public Works department have been tearing down homeless camps on private property.
- City workers demolish homeless camps on Springfield property. (KY3)
- Homeless camps evacuated. (News-Leader)
State of the Union:
President Obama wants to raise the minimum wage.
- State of the Union 2014: Obama calls for "year of action." (Politico)
- In the State of the Union address, Obama vows to act alone on the economy. (New York Times)
- White House still pays women less than men as Obama demands equal pay for equal work. (Breitbart)
Missouri Representatives give their thoughts as to Obama's State of the Union.
- AUDIO: Congressman Long says Obama tried to sound like a Republican. (KTTS News)
- AUDIO: Congresswoman Hartzler responds to the State of the Union. (KTTS News)
President Obama invited illegal immigrants to the State of the Union address while the Obama administration refuses to meet with ICE agents regarding immigration.
- ICE officer slams Obama for illegal immigration attending State of the Union. (Daily Caller)
- Obama invites illegal immigrant to his big speech, still refuses to meet with ICE agents. (Town Hall)
Republicans are already planning on folding when it comes to raising the debt ceiling.
- GOP ready to surrender on debt ceiling. (Politico)
- Obama admin chides GOP, warns of another shutdown without debt ceiling increase. (Washington Times)
In 2006, Presidnet Obama said raising the debt ceiling is due to a lack of leadership.
- Obama's 2006 speech against boosting the debt limit. (Washington Post)
Three Republican Senators annouced the Republican replacement to Obamacare called CARE. We are learning just how much it will cost Americans.
Norway has nominated Edward Snowden for a Nobel Peace Prize for exposing the US surveillance program.