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Marijuana May Be Legal But As This Teen Found It’s A Privilege Not A Right

Posted on March 10, 2014

A Texas teenager set his mother’s clothes ablaze after the woman refused to provide him money to purchase marijuana, authorities said. The Harris County Fire Marshall’s Office said John Carter, 18, started setting his mom’s wardrobe on fire after she declined to give him money for drugs. “Our investigation found that 18-year-old John Carter was […]

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Felon Arrested For Trying To Sell A Gun At A Gun Show

Written by John Odermatt on March 8, 2014

The phrase convicted felon makes most people’s ears perk up. There is a stigma associated with those that have been convicted of a felony crime. Without any background knowledge of the nature of the felony conviction or the atmosphere the crime took place, the word “felon” has the ability to define a person. The truth […]

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Former Head Of Welfare Department Caught In Embezzlement Scandal

Posted on March 8, 2014

The former Director of the Blackfeet Tribe’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program has plead guilty to embezzlement and fraud after stealing nearly $300,000 from the federally funded program. Between 2006, when Sandra Marie Sanderville became director, to her dismissal in 2010, Sanderville devised schemes in which she would overpay TANF beneficiaries, who would […]

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Cop Kills Teenager After He Answers The Door With Remote In Hand

Posted on February 21, 2014

A Georgia family is in shock following the death of their 17-year-old son, who was accidentally killed by a police officer who believed the video game controller he was holding was a gun, according to the family’s lawyer. Christopher Roupe of Euharlee, Georgia heard a knock at the door of the family’s home last Friday […]

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Benghazi News Leaks Are Still Coming Out

Posted on February 12, 2014

A new page on the Republican Party’s web site will publish information related to the Benghazi and Libya attacks. The page, which is located at www.GOP.gov/Benghazi, is in response to the Obama Administration stonewalling the Republican House’s attempts to investigate the incident. The web page says, “The terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, […]

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Should Released Felons Have the Right to Own Guns?

Written by John Odermatt on December 6, 2013

A hunting trip into the woods is always enjoyable, even when returning home without a deer in the back of the vehicle.  Hunting provides an escape from the hectic pace of everyday life and abundance of time to think. This past Monday was the opening day of rifle deer hunting season in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, I […]

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Blackout on Knockout

Written by Gary North on November 27, 2013

Let’s play a guessing game. What’s the missing word? (CNN) — Phoebe Connolly, a possible victim of game where teenagers appear to sucker-punch strangers, is encouraging people to think critically about how such attacks can be stopped. Connolly was biking in the Columbia Heights area of Washington this month when she was struck. She had […]

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