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Weekend Reflections: US Federal Court Orders Records Unsealed In Obama Cap-And-Trade Fraud Case!

January 14, 2012

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By Ian Talley, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- U.S. legislators have obtained a court order unsealing documents in a case involving a multi-million-dollar cap-and-trade fraud. Republican legislators say the records–due to be opened to the public in early January–could shed light on the potential challenges of policing a new, trillion-dollar commodities market that […]

DESPITE FEDERAL COURT RULING, OBAMA AUTHORIZES 3 MARXISTS TO CONTROL FCC INTERNET MARSHALING

December 21, 2010

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WASHINGTON—Federal telecommunications regulators approved new rules Tuesday that would for the first time give the federal government formal authority to regulate Internet traffic, although how much or for how long remained unclear. The FCC has approved rules that would give the federal government authority to regulate Internet traffic and prevent broadband providers from selectively blocking […]

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