Donald Trump Jr.: Bush Family ‘Used Eminent Domain’ For Texas Rangers Stadium
GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. joined host Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News Daily on Monday, ahead of New Hampshire’s primary election on Tuesday, and took a swipe at former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for going after his father on the issue of eminent domain during Saturday’s GOP debate.
Trump told Bannon that there are “times that it has to be used.” For example, to build hospitals, roads and the Keystone pipeline would require the use of eminent domain.
Of course, for the really important infrastructure projects like a Scottish golf course he doesn’t even bother getting title to the land at all. And Trump gets pissed when someone messes with his own property.
OHSA is going after ammo manufacturers
Then a couple years ago OSHA approached them and said, in essence, “You need to put warning on all your products because indoor range employees are at risk from exposure to lead.”
They’re going after an ammunition manufacturer because some ranges might have inadequate ventilation.
Do they similarly require printer toner manufacturers label cartridges due to potential poor ventilation in the purchaser’s office?
Every quadrennial election cycle, people complain that this one is the vilest election ever (which is tough to believe when you examine some of the 19th century elections). On the other hand…
…this almost has to be the strangest election cycle to date, and we haven’t even had the first primary election yet.
…if you can.
Taser shock disrupts brain function, has implications for police interrogations
In a randomized control trial, volunteer participants were subjected to Taser shocks and tested for cognitive impairment. Some showed short-term declines in cognitive functioning comparable to dementia, raising serious questions about the ability of police suspects to understand their rights at the point of arrest.
White House Threatens to Veto Bill to Shut Down Operation Choke Point
“Requiring federal banking agencies to satisfy a written materiality requirement is unnecessary, overly burdensome, and could impede the federal banking agencies’ ability to ensure financial institutions comply with important regulatory obligations, including maintaining effective risk management and controls,” the OMB said.