FAA declares ‘no-fly’ zone directly over crippled Nebraska nuclear plant, but claims everything is just fine

Last week, NaturalNews reported that rising Missouri River flood waters
prompted officials to declare a “Notification of Unusual Event” as the Fort
Calhoun Nuclear plant just outside of Omaha, Neb. (http://www.naturalnews.com/032672_n…). Since that time,
flood waters have continued to rise, the US Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) has declared a mysterious two-mile radius “no-fly” zone around the plant
for unknown reasons, and federal officials continue to claim in spite of all
this that plant is just fine.
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Obama’s ineligibility: Congress says al-Qaida terrorist can be President


There is no gray area. Either members of Congress are liars or they are too stupid to serve in government.

Senator Mark R. Warner (D-VA) says:

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Why I would Vote for Sarah Palin

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ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Louisville Courier Journal, most Liberals and Obama don’t like her. She owns at least one gun and she doesn’t go out and play golf after saying I will not rest until this crisis is over.

And because she is not Obama. Is Sarah Palin going to run? Don’t know, but I would vote for her………………hell, I’d vote for Alan West or Rick Perry if they were running. Anybody but Obama.

Well almost anybody…………….

LIBYA BOMBSHELL: Obama Overruled Two Top Lawyers, Who Told Him War Must Be Terminated

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This week several members of Congress challenged  Obama on the legality of the Libya war, given that actions have exceeded the( 90) 60 day period during  which The White House doesn’t need Congressional authority for military action  under the War Powers Act, after which troops have 30 days to get out.

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The White House response: We don’t need Congressional approval because this  is not technically a hostile action (because we don’t have ground troops in  Libya).

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Texas Tells Feds: Shove Your Light Bulb Ban

State lawmakers have passed a bill that allows Texans to skirt federal  efforts to promote more efficient light bulbs, which ultimately pushes the  swirled, compact fluorescent bulbs over the 100-watt incandescent bulbs many  grew up with.

The measure, sent to Gov. Rick  Perry for consideration, lets any incandescent light bulb manufactured in  Texas – and sold in that state – avoid the authority of the federal government  or the repeal of the 2007 energy independence act that starts phasing out some  incandescent light bulbs next year.

“Let there be light,” state Rep. George Lavender, R-Texarkana, wrote on Facebook after  the bill passed. “It will allow the continued manufacture and sale of  incandescent light bulbs in Texas, even after the federal ban goes into effect.  … It’s a good day for Texas.”

The Natural Resources Defense Council, a New York-based environmental group,  is calling on Perry to veto the bill.

Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/culture/2011/06/20/texas-tells-feds-shove-your-light-bulb-ban#ixzz1PorWX77c