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Why is Israel so important to Americans?

I have wondered for years why Israel seems more important to a majority of Americans, then other Americans?

The US Senate just passed a bill to give Israel millions for their 'Iron Dome' anti missile defense system...and yet didn't seem to pass funding for the men and women fighting the fires out West!


Not trying to start a war, but I am honestly interested in the why?

Navy Yard Shooting: Capitol Police tactical team called back to Hill

Source: WUSA 9


WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- WUSA9 has learned that a Capitol Police tactical team was prepared to enter the Navy Yard to stop Aaron Alexis -- and was ordered back to the Capitol by a watch commander.

Read more: http://www.wusa9.com/news/article/275371/44/EXCLUSIVE-Capitol-Police-left-Navy-Yard

And so it begins

http://news.yahoo.com/parents-navy-seal-killed-afghan-crash-file-first-164807941.html

A couple in Philadelphia has filed a class-action lawsuit against the National Security Agency and Verizon, claiming they and their phone records were targeted for surveillance because of their outspoken criticism of Barack Obama and the U.S. military. This is believed to be the first official lawsuit filed against the government and the company, since it was revealed that Verizon had been ordered to turn over phone metadata for all of its customers.


The lawyer leading the way in both lawsuits is Larry Klayman, the founder of the controversial Judicial Watch, which sued President Bill Clinton 18 times when he was in office, and sued President George W. Bush and Dick Cheney over their secretive Energy Task Force in 2003. Klayman even sued Judicial Watch after an acrimonious split with the organization in 2006.


Our old friend Larry Klayman...the Glen Beck of the legal community.

Marines discharge sergeant for Facebook posts

Source: Associated Press



SAN DIEGO (AP) The Marine Corps said Wednesday it has decided to discharge a sergeant for criticizing President Barack Obama on Facebook.



Read more: http://news.yahoo.com/marines-discharge-sergeant-facebook-posts-181223651.html
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