Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
Absolute Rights, the freedom fighting news and opinion site, has issued its newest Digital Newsletter and sent it to the tens of thousands of subscribers who receive the biweekly collection of online articles.
The main article comes from guest contributor Kevin Jackson, and covers the idea of President Obama being America’s “father.”
“By now you likely have heard that Chris Rock considers Barack Obama to be America’s father,” Jackson wrote. “If that is true, then would somebody call Child Protective Services and find us foster parents?!”
Jackson is a radio show host and bestselling author of “Sexy Brilliance… and Other Political Lies.” A highly-sought national speaker and consultant, Jackson writes for TheBlackSphere.net and Big Government.
Contenders’ Corner is the Newsletter section focusing on political issues within the Beltway, and this edition’s article was contributed by Karl Dobias. The article compares the current Congressional makeup with a summer music festival lineup.
“Now, in the grand scheme of things, Congress is nothing like a music festival—old white guys talking and, more often than not, disagreeing with each other when it comes to decisions on bills and policies, versus a two to three day outdoor music and arts festival that celebrates expression, love, and music,” Dobias wrote in the article. “But what do these two seemingly opposite things have in common? Disappointment!”
The Crisis Ops article was contributed by SurvivalLife.com Managing Editor ‘Above Average’ Joe, who shares his recent bulk trash experience. While emptying his home of junk he didn’t need, he saw firsthand the ingenuity and practicality of some wise “trash pickers.”
“As I began toss my unwanted items out on the curb I witnessed a live action version of the old adage “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” There were some items that were gone before I even made it back with another armful,” Joe wrote.
The last section of the Newsletter is the Global Watch article, which was written by Grady Kerr. The subject of the article is Maureen O’Connor, the widow of the Jack in the Box founder who has gambled away her inheritance.
“Prosecutors said her gambling activity exceeded $1 BILLION over the period 2000 – 2008. This money was lost from mostly playing video poker in casinos,” wrote Kerr. “She’s charged with money laundering as she took this gambling money from the R. P. Foundation, the nonprofit foundation her husband started and she managed.”
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