Houston Man Shoots Pair Trying to Rob Him

(link to post)   Unholstered Gun/ Wikimedia Commons BY: Stephen Gutowski Follow @@StephenGutowski October 12, 2015 6:15 pm A man shot a pair of criminals who were trying to rob him late on Thursday near Houston, Texas. The man, who police said has a concealed weapons permit, was walking home when he was approached by…

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California Governor Denies Terminally Ill Access to Potentially Life-Saving Drugs

(link to post)   Jerry Brown / AP BY: Mary Lou Byrd October 12, 2015 5:40 pm Californians who are terminally ill will not be able to access drugs with the potential to save or prolong their lives as a result of Gov. Jerry Brown’s veto of the Right to Try Act on Sunday. AB…

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Armed robbery suspect tries to use Uber as getaway car

(link to post) File photo. (REUTERS/Sergio Perez) Uber drivers presumably pick up all kinds of passengers during a typical day, but an incident in Baltimore last week surely marks a first for the ride-hailing company. According to ABC News, a suspected armed robber tried to use an Uber car as a getaway vehicle following an…

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DNC LEADER: “Republicans want to kick women out of America”

This is the leader of the Democratic Party “[Republicans] say let’s kick women out. Let’s kick immigrants out of this country. Let’s take away healthcare from women.” –Debbie Wasserman-Schultz   What an embarrassment!

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Chicago Archbishop: Founding Fathers Could Not Have Intended 2nd Amendment to Apply Today

(link to post)  On October 10 Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich suggested the Second Amendment was written for another time and place and that America’s Founding Fathers could never have envisioned the situation we find ourselves in now, in the 21st century. In light of this, Cupich called for “reasonable” gun control including an “assault weapons”…

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Hypocritical Media Bias

Meet Chris Mintz.  Chris was the man shot seven times by the Oregon killer and survived. The media called him a hero.  That’s because he is a hero.  Chris Mintz rushed the Oregon killer in an attempt to stop him.  He was not joined by anyone else, but if he had been, it’s quite possible…

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USC football coach Sarkisian taking leave of absence after being ‘in no condition to work’

(link to post) LOS ANGELES — Southern California coach Steve Sarkisian is taking an indefinite leave of absence after athletic director Pat Haden determined that the troubled coach is “not healthy.” Haden announced the decision in a hastily called news conference Sunday after Sarkisian didn’t show up for practice. “I think it’s the right thing…

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Ex-Obama pastor says ‘Jesus was a Palestinian’ at DC march – VIDEO: Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s fiery rhetoric

(link to post) The controversial pastor who preached at a church attended by President Obama said on Saturday that “Jesus was a Palestinian,” alluded to Israel as an apartheid state and compared “the youth in Ferguson and the youth in Palestine” during a speech in Washington, D.C. Jeremiah Wright, who led Trinity United Church of…

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Iran says Washington Post reporter convicted after closed-door trial – Iran reportedly test-fires new ballistic missile – VIDEO: Iran’s new missile claim

(link to post) April 11, 2013: Jason Rezaian, an Iranian-American correspondent for the Washington Post, smiles as he attends a presidential campaign of President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran, Iran. (AP/File) Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been found guilty of various allegations by an Iranian court after a closed-door trial, the country’s state TV reported late…

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California bans public schools from using ‘Redskins’ nickname

(link to post)California public schools will no longer be allowed to use “Redskins” as a nickname for their sports teams under legislation signed by the state’s governor this weekend. The bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown Sunday will prevent the state’s schools from using the term, which many Native Americans believe to be offensive, beginning…

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