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Comments by Zimbabwe's Mugabe Intensify Speculation as to Snap Election

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has ratcheted up tension in the country's long-troubgled government of national unity with a tacit threat to dissolve Parliament and call new elections without waiting for a new constitution to be put in place.

Mr. Mugabe, described by local media as “fit and very lively” despite reports he had undergone surgery for prostate cancer, said he had a constitutional right to call for elections if the government failes to take a position on a new ballot.

CBP Air and Marine Media Release

Video by U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Public Affairs - Visual Communications Division

Clinton Supports Mexico in Drug War

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is urging Mexico to persist in its war against drug cartels, saying there is no alternative to confronting them head-on.

Secretary Clinton made the comment Monday as she met in the Mexican city of Guanajuato with Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa and gave strong support for President Felipe Calderon's crackdown on drug gangs. Clinton was quoted as saying that what President Calderon has done is absolutely necessary and that the drug traffickers are not going to give up without a fight.

Page Nine No. 96 -- New Gun Safety Rules; CNN Meets Korwin, Kaboom

Article by Alan Korwin

1- New Gun Safety Rules Introduced

Jan 24, 2010
Felicity Bower 1-800-707-4020, info@gunlaws.com
Complete contact info at end


Protection of the innocent is at stake

A new set of firearm-safety rules has been introduced.


Once again SOF is endorsing a list of candidates for the NRA Board of Directors:

Southern Sudanese Returning From North Challenge Regional Government, Aid Groups

As vote tabulation nears an end in southern Sudan, preliminary results indicate voters are likely to choose overwhelmingly to separate from the rest of Sudan in order to form an independent state. Whatever the outcome, southern Sudanese leaders face many challenges. One is the arrival of thousands of southern Sudanese from the north.

River barges loaded with southern Sudanese and their belongings dock regularly at the dirt embankment of Juba port.

On average, 2,000 southerners arrive each day, most of them returning home for good.

Gbagbo Supporters Say Regional Leaders Bluffing About Military Intervention

Ivory Coast's incumbent government says it is not intimidated by threats to be removed from power by a regional intervention force. West African leaders have replaced the head of the region's central bank to further isolate the incumbent president in favor of the internationally-recognized winner of November's vote.

George Washington Banned From NAACP Rally

The annual MLK observance at the state house in Columbia SC had an interesting twist this year. The event is held on the north side steps of the statehouse.

Prominent at that location is a large bronze statue of George Washington. This year, the NAACP constructed a "box" to conceal the Father of His Country from view so that participants would not be offended by his presence.

More on the Border Patrol BS

This comes from a former Border Patrol Supervisor:

Each and every Democratic administration I have worked under have authorized the hiring of extra BP Agents in order to show that they wanted to control the border. THEN each and every Democratic Administration I have worked under has instituted policies to assure that the agency is as ineffective as possible.