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10 things you need to know today about yesterday October 29th 2014

10 things you need to know today about yesterday October 29th 2014

on October 29, 2014, 7:12 AM / in National News, News

1. Obama argues against automatic Ebola quarantines President Obama implicitly criticized automatic quarantines of health workers returning from treating Ebola patients in West Africa, saying that “we don’t want to discourage our health care workers from going to the front lines.” Obama did not directly address the controversial quarantine policies imposed by the governors of New York and New Jersey, […]

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Tennessee Income Tax Prohibition, Amendment 3 (2014)

Tennessee Income Tax Prohibition, Amendment 3 (2014)

on October 29, 2014, 7:03 AM / in News, State News

During the framing of the Constitution, our founding fathers quarreled over many issues. The issue of taxation was no different. The two main schools of thought, in regards to taxation, resided between Federalists and anti-Federalist parties. Federalists pushed for national authority over the power to tax, in addition to state proposals. Anti-Federalists objected to federal authority to tax, feeling the […]

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A Question of Identity

A Question of Identity

on October 29, 2014, 5:30 AM / in History, National News, News, Opinion

Since September, when APHIS announced the final version of their regulation affecting dog breeders, there has been much discussion about what to do, who it affects, and what it will mean for breeders in the future. I don’t think it’s stretching things too much to say that this rule is a turning point for dog breeders. It calls upon us […]

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JACKSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING / NOVEMBER 4, 2014

on October 28, 2014, 4:47 PM / in Local News, News

AGENDA JACKSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 4, 2014 – 9:00 A.M.    GEORGE A. SMITH MEETING ROOM CALL TO ORDER. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG.   (COUNCILMEMBER CHARLES “PEPPER” BRAY) ROLL CALL. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE OCTOBER 7, 2014, CITY COUNCIL MEETING. INVITATION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT. PROCLAMATIONS. FIRST READING: Consideration of a Resolution to adopt a Plan […]

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IRS Can Seize Your Assets Even If It Just Suspects You Committed a Crime

IRS Can Seize Your Assets Even If It Just Suspects You Committed a Crime

on October 28, 2014, 9:16 AM / in National News, News

Written by  Warren Mass The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has increasingly used the process called civil asset forfeiture to seize the assets — including bank accounts — of people suspected of being engaged in criminal activity, even if no criminal charges are filed. A report in the New York Times for October 26 by the paper’s national economy reporter, Shaila […]

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Bisexual prof raised by lesbians never knows ‘whether I’m going to get killed’ thanks to LGBT lobby

Bisexual prof raised by lesbians never knows ‘whether I’m going to get killed’ thanks to LGBT lobby

on October 28, 2014, 9:12 AM / in National News, News

By Dustin Siggins / LifeSiteNews.com California State University-Northridge professor Robert Oscar Lopez was raised by lesbian parents and identifies as bisexual. He supports civil unions and hospital visitation rights for homosexual couples. And according to the homosexual activist group Human Rights Campaign (HRC), he is guilty of the “export of hate.” In 2012, Lopez wrote an op-ed for Public Discourse […]

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Why Robots and Software Will Not Take Over the World

Why Robots and Software Will Not Take Over the World

on October 28, 2014, 9:07 AM / in Opinion

By Gary North  /  GaryNorth.com Reality Check There is fear that computerization will produce mass unemployment over the next 30 years. The computers will do the work of hundreds of millions of workers, leaving no jobs for these displaced workers. One implication is this, we are told: the federal government will have to put them on welfare. Otherwise, they will […]

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How Goldman Sachs Screwed You… AGAIN

How Goldman Sachs Screwed You… AGAIN

on October 28, 2014, 9:02 AM / in International News, News

By Greg Guenthner Oil is now as abundant as oxygen. The world is drowning in the stuff. Oil supplies are far outstripping demand. And unloading a barrel of crude is like trying to sell sand in the Sahara. OK, so I made all that up… But that’s exactly what Goldman Sachs wants you to believe. The evil geniuses at Goldman […]

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When I Survey

When I Survey

on October 28, 2014, 8:37 AM / in Opinion

  By: Erick Erickson  /  RedState.com We stand a week from the final midterm election of Barack Obama’s Presidential career. When I survey the field I do not see a wave election for the GOP. I never have seen a wave in the polling, at least not at the national level. At the local level, I think we will see […]

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American Jihad Black Supremacy Style

American Jihad Black Supremacy Style

on October 28, 2014, 8:08 AM / in National News, News

by Dawn Perlmutter   /  FrontPageMag On Thursday October 23, Zale Thompson, 32, attacked four New York Police Department officers with an 18 inch hatchet slashing one officer in the head and another in the arm before he was fatally shot by another officer. Although New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton declared that the hatchet attack was a terrorist act […]

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Amtrak: Purchasing Train Tickets With Cash is a “Suspicious Activity”

Amtrak: Purchasing Train Tickets With Cash is a “Suspicious Activity”

on October 28, 2014, 7:56 AM / in National News, News

Paul Joseph Watson  /   Prison Planet.com Purchasing train tickets with cash, exiting a train before or after other passengers, or appearing calm or nervous are all examples of behavior that Amtrak employees have been told to report as “suspicious activity.” A document entitled Guidelines for Amtrak Customer Service Employees, which was obtained by the ACLU after an FOIA request, lists a […]

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10 things you need to know today about yesterday October 28th 2014

10 things you need to know today about yesterday October 28th 2014

on October 28, 2014, 7:54 AM / in National News, News

1. Quarantined Ebola nurse allowed to leave New Jersey New Jersey officials on Monday discharged a nurse, Kaci Hickox, who had been forcibly quarantined when she arrived at the Newark airport after treating Ebola patients in West Africa. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who had faced intense pressure to let Hickox, 33, leave the hospital, announced the news via […]

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Balancing the Books

Balancing the Books

on October 28, 2014, 6:54 AM / in Opinion

As of last week, the 316-millionth American should have received his/her first well baby checkup. From a health-care perspective this is a great time to begin life. Infant mortality in the U.S. is at 6.6 per thousand live births and a life expectancy of 82.5 years. During those 82.5 years our milestone American will spend five years being a kid, […]

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Around the Block with Frank October 27th 2014

Around the Block with Frank October 27th 2014

on October 27, 2014, 8:11 AM / in National News, News

Rounds Holds Solid Lead in South Dakota A new Mason-Dixon poll in South Dakota finds Mike Rounds (R) with a comfortable lead over Rick Weiland (D) in the U.S. Senate race, 42% to 33%, with Larry Pressler (I) far behind at 13%. Charles Barkley: ‘UNINTELLIGENT’ blacks keep successful blacks down by saying they need to be THUGS Charles Barkley is […]

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The howling hyenas of the Left, and the silent lambs of the Right

The howling hyenas of the Left, and the silent lambs of the Right

on October 27, 2014, 7:46 AM / in Opinion

By Victor Sharpe  /  Renew America It is always a delicious moment when progressives (the current politically correct name for left-wingers, socialists, and Marxists) have to admit their falsehoods. Such is the case with the same progressives who relentlessly repeated the lie during the administration of President George W. Bush that no WMDs were found in Iraq and that, therefore, […]

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Weed, booze and bears: Ballot questions compete with candidates for voters’ attention

on October 27, 2014, 7:39 AM / in National News, News

Watch the latest video at <a href=”http://video.foxnews.com”>video.foxnews.com</a> While candidates and parties duke it out for victory on Election Day, a just-as-heated battle is being waged in a number of states over guns, abortion, booze, marijuana — even bears. Ballot initiatives often are the sidebar story of any election, but for some voters the debate this year over “yes” or “no” […]

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DIY is in decline because today’s men are too soft

DIY is in decline because today’s men are too soft

on October 27, 2014, 7:10 AM / in International News, News, Opinion

By Martin Daubney  /  The Telegraph As traditional roles have changed, today’s men are more like their mothers than their fathers. No wonder DIY is dying out, says Martin Daubney A few days ago, the owners of Homebase announced they are to close a quarter of UK stores because of the reality, they said, of “a generation less skilled in […]

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The Ferguson Collapse

The Ferguson Collapse

on October 27, 2014, 7:05 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Evidence discredits the progressive narrative. By The Editors  /  National Review Online The “Freedom Summer” of 2014 started with a bang but appears to be ending with a whimper. Before the investigation had even begun, the progressive narrative of the death of Michael Brown had crystallized: A white police officer murdered a young, unarmed black man trying to surrender with […]

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Smile, like a Cheshire Cat, It may be about time….

Smile, like a Cheshire Cat, It may be about time….

on October 27, 2014, 6:58 AM / in Bedtime Stories
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Bill Clinton fires up gay-rights group’s gala

Bill Clinton fires up gay-rights group’s gala

on October 27, 2014, 6:56 AM / in National News, News

By KATIE GLUECK / Politico.com Former President Bill Clinton on Saturday offered emotionally charged encouragement to a gala gathering of a prominent gay rights group while noting his wife Hillary Clinton’s support for gay rights when she served as secretary of state. The fired-up crowd attending the Human Rights Campaign’s national dinner at Washington, D.C.’s, cavernous convention center was particularly enthusiastic […]

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