The DC March for Jobs July 15th
To help to stop Congress' amnesty push, please join the Black American Leadership Alliance for our march on Washington on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. at Freedom Plaza as we demand that our leaders reject amnesty, and pass immigration policies that put Americans back to work. Click here to learn more about the event.
Breitbart News Network to Cover DC March for Jobs Immigration Rally LIVE
Breitbart News Network Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will host 5 hours of live coverage of the event from Capitol Hill beginning at 11AM EDT. Coverage will continue until 4PM. Bannon will be joined by Breitbart contributor and Tea Party firebrand Sonnie Johnson and Sirius XM radio host David Webb. The live coverage will also include speakers from the rally, and Black American Leadership Alliance founder Leah Durant will join the broadcast at 1PM.
The Rally is the first time a major protest unites Conservatives, Tea Party stalwarts, and Progressives in a fight focused on their collective opposition to the immigration bill recently passed by the Senate and currently under consideration in the House.
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DOJ to Investigate Zimmerman for Federal Civil Rights Charges
On Sunday afternoon, the Obama Department of Justice announced that it would pursue investigation into George Zimmerman.
That announcement came just hours after Zimmerman was acquitted for second-degree murder and manslaughter in the killing of Trayvon Martin, and within one day of the NAACP calling on the DOJ for an investigation.
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Second Amendment Revoked: The Unbelievable Reason Why This Army Vet Can’t Own a Gun
An Army veteran in Texas is fighting for his Second Amendment rights after learning that a misdemeanor pot conviction from 1971 has disqualified him from ever owning a gun.
Ron Kelly, who retired from the Army in 1993 after 20 years of service, was recently turned away when he tried to buy a .22-cal rifle at a Wal-Mart in Tomball, Texas, after a computerized background check flagged the 42-year-old arrest. The story was on the front page of the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday.
Kelly said he had forgotten about his minor pot violation from high school — the federal government, on the other hand, has not.
The Army vet spent one night in jail and was given one year of probation. Though he didn’t realize it at the time, he was also apparently stripped of his Second Amendment rights for a lifetime.