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Schools Not Insulated From Violent Attacks, Despite Rules And Weapon Bans

Written by John Odermatt on April 11, 2014


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As I rolled down my driveway and pulled onto the street Wednesday morning I turned the radio up and took a sip of coffee. A song was coming to an end as I reached to change the channel, knowing that I needed some music to get the blood pumping through my veins. The voice of […]

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This Man’s Artifact Collection Suddenly Investigated by FBI

Posted on April 4, 2014


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When Andi Essex got an eyeful of Don Miller’s gigantic basement collection of artifacts he’s acquired from his travels around the world, she was enthralled. “It’s unreal,” Essex told WISH-TV in Indianapolis, adding that the “full skeleton is what blew my mind” and that her “favorite” was Miller’s piece of Hitler’s bunker. The 91-year-old is […]

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Oh The Irony: Discrimination Investigation Accused Of Discrimination

Posted on April 3, 2014

The federal agency tasked with investigating allegations of discrimination in consumer financial transactions was accused of discriminatory treatment of its own employees in a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Wednesday. Angela Martin, a senior enforcement attorney with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), alleged that a ring of managers within the CFPB favors men […]

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This Teenager Knows The Law And Gave A Local Officer A Ticket

Posted on March 25, 2014

When 14-year-old Annie James, of Baytown, Texas, saw a police car illegally parked in her neighborhood, she decided to teach the officer a lesson. So she hand-wrote a $10 parking ticket and placed it on Officer Tommy King’s windshield, whose patrol car was parked in a fire zone at the Bay Oaks apartment complex. “I […]

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Does the Bible Mandate Obama’s Minimum Wage Law?

Written by Gary North on March 24, 2014

The governor of Illinois recently said on national television that the minimum wage law should be passed by the legislature of Illinois because there is a fundamental principle involved. It goes back to the Bible, he says. The principle is this: if you work 40 hours a week, you should not have to live in […]

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Drudge Has Twitter Exchange With White House Aide Over Obamacare

Posted on March 22, 2014

A White House aide set off a stampede of liberal media criticism for Internet news pioneer Matt Drudge over Obamacare – but his critics don’t seem to understand how small businesses pay taxes. The brouhaha started when Drudge tweeted: Jesse Lee, the Director of Progressive Media at Barack Obama’s White House, responded that that was […]

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