Iran deal violates federal law – Obama impeachable

BarackObamaMeTheAnalysis: In an exclusive breaking story today, Fox News reporter James Rosen writes, “Some senior U.S. officials involved in the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal have privately concluded that a key sanctions relief provision – a concession to Iran that will open the doors to tens of billions of dollars in U.S.-backed commerce with the Islamic regime – conflicts with existing federal statutes and cannot be implemented without violating those laws…”

If the report is true; impeachment proceedings against President Barack Obama should begin immediately. It matters not if those proceedings are completed before the end of his term; “faithless execution” by any administration must be impeached to stand as warning for future administrations or America is no longer a free nation.

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Sooner defense manhandles West Virginia

OU15WVU1Led by senior linebacker Eric Striker’s 13 tackles and cornerback Jordan Thomas’s two interceptions, the Oklahoma Sooners opened Big 12 Conference play with a convincing 44-24 win over the West Virginia Mountaineers on Saturday in Norman.

When the final gun sounded, the OU defense had forced five West Virginia turnovers and recorded seven sacks of Mountaineers quarterback Skyler Howard, holding the high-powered West Virginia offense to 369 total yards.

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Study examines police killing of unarmed civilians

PoliceArrestA new study based on the open-source, open-standards, StreetCred® Police Killings in Context (PKIC) data project reveals that the number of unarmed civilians killed in confrontations with police is substantially lower than commonly stated in the media.

At the same time, 11 officers have been arrested and indicted in five cases that appeared to prosecutors to be unjustified. The non-partisan PKIC project seeks to provide objective data and contextual facts on deadly force incidents to researchers, communities, activists, journalists and law enforcement advocacy groups.

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Cougars too much for TU

TUfootballHouston15aTULSA, OK—A crowd of 17,146 saw the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane fall to the Houston Cougars 38-24 on Saturday afternoon. Both teams were opening conference play in The American and looking for their first win.

The Golden Hurricane were defeated last week in Norman when the OU Sooners handed them a 52-38 loss. The Cougars came into the game sitting on a perfect 3-0 record, with their last game defeating Texas State 59-14.

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Ground Zero Mosque defeated!

GroundZeroMosque1The story is exuberant in detailing reports in a sub-headline, “The infamous Ground Zero Mosque project is officially dead. We won. We the People.”

What is strange is the lack of national media coverage on this story. How very odd. You would think another stunning defeat for President Obama would be worthy of note.

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