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The Coming Little Big Horn Déjà Vu for Nevada Republicans

The Coming Little Big Horn Déjà Vu for Nevada Republicans

on November 11, 2019, 6:30 AM / in Opinion, State News

Megan Messerly of the Nevada Independent took an in-depth look at the 2020 presidential race in Nevada on Sunday. GOP party strategists are again touting the unbelievable – and by that I mean you absolutely shouldn’t believe it – “ground game” they’re putting together.  It’s the same boast they made last cycle when Republicans suffered Little Big Horn-level losses at the ballot box. “The […]

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Muslim Omar Finally Gets Real Divorce, Media Uninterested in Somali Refugee’s Scandals

Muslim Omar Finally Gets Real Divorce, Media Uninterested in Somali Refugee’s Scandals

on November 11, 2019, 5:41 AM / in National News, State News

Written by  R. Cort Kirkwood Representative Ilhan Omar, the radical-left Muslim from Minneosota, finally ended her fake marriage with a real divorce from a man from whom she received a fake divorce. That sounds confusing, but that’s because Omar’s marital history, which includes marriages and divorces in her “faith tradition,” is a strange jumble of pairings and addresses that includes, records […]

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NYC woman decapitated by estranged husband, who also slit 5-year-old daughter’s throat and hanged himself – on day she planned to file for order of protection

NYC woman decapitated by estranged husband, who also slit 5-year-old daughter’s throat and hanged himself – on day she planned to file for order of protection

on November 10, 2019, 7:18 AM / in State News

Their Harlem neighbors saw the perfect couple: The gleeful dad hoisting the little girl onto his shoulders, the costumed mom and their 5-year-old daughter side by side on Halloween, the daily smiles and the small talk. The cops inside the family’s condo after a 911 call saw something unspeakably different: Wife Jennifer Schlecht lying dead on the bloody bathroom floor, […]

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BREAKING: The Great Las Vegas “Homeless” Hoax

BREAKING: The Great Las Vegas “Homeless” Hoax

on November 10, 2019, 6:49 AM / in State News

The propaganda campaign against a common sense proposal by the Las Vegas City Council to ban camping and pooping on certain downtown city streets and private property by homeless individuals – when beds are available at local shelters! – continued this week at city hall. At a hearing on the proposal at Wednesday’s city council meeting, protesters falsely claimed the ordinance – similar […]

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Washington State and Planned Parenthood

on November 10, 2019, 6:39 AM / in State News

Just when you think it can’t get worse for school children in WA state, Planned Parenthood takes things to a new, horrible level with their latest effort to implement their Sex Ed Agenda! I almost fell out of my chair when I read how arrogantly open they, and the entire left, have become with their evil agenda for our children. […]

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80% of eligible Californians are registered to vote, and Dems are way out in front

80% of eligible Californians are registered to vote, and Dems are way out in front

on November 8, 2019, 10:13 AM / in State News

By John Wildermuth Californians are signing up to vote in totals not seen since the 1950s, and with one of the most highly anticipated elections in years coming into sight, a growing number of them are Democrats. Registration numbers released this week in advance of the March 3 presidential primary show that Democrats now make up 44.1% of the state’s […]

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Making quilts for vets keeps sewists busy

Making quilts for vets keeps sewists busy

on November 8, 2019, 7:58 AM / in State News

Shared from the 11/7/2019 Chattanooga eEdition Karen Downer, of Apison, says you only have to present one quilt to one United States veteran to get hooked on the feeling. “Sometimes you put a quilt around someone and they cry,” Downer says. “Some are so grateful they can’t speak. It makes you want to go out and do it some more.” […]

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Sessions announces bid to reclaim his old Senate seat

on November 8, 2019, 7:31 AM / in National News, State News

Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday he was running to reclaim the U.S. Senate seat from Alabama he left to join President Trump’s administration. Sessions, who was pushed out after facing criticism from Trump for recusing himself from the Russia investigation, joins a crowded Republican primary field seeking the nomination to challenge Sen. Doug Jones, a Democrat in a […]

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Judge tells Trump to pay $2 million over alleged misuse of charity foundation

on November 8, 2019, 7:28 AM / in State News

A judge on Thursday ordered President Trump to pay $2 million to a group of nonprofit organizations in a settlement over his alleged misuse of his charitable foundation. New York’s attorney general in June 2018 sued Trump, accusing him and three of his children of “persistently illegal conduct” at the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which allegedly coordinated unlawfully with his […]

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Tennessee Going Green…. at your expense

on November 7, 2019, 7:33 AM / in State News

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the transportation sector is the largest energy consuming end-use sector in Tennessee, representing 29.4% of Tennessee’s total energy consumption in 2017. To address this critical energy sector, TDEC’s Office of Energy Programs (OEP) promotes and educates Tennessee citizens about alternative fuels, advanced vehicle technologies, and sustainable transportation options to increase the energy efficiency […]

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Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin calls for vote recanvass as he refuses to concede

on November 6, 2019, 5:14 PM / in State News

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has filed a formal request for a recanvass of Tuesday’s election which appears to have left him roughly 5,150 votes short of re-election. NBC News declared his Democratic opponent, Andy Beshear, the apparent winner of the race. Bevin campaign officials have not provided any specifics on the “irregularities” they claim may have affected the election. Kentucky […]

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MINNESOTA SHOULD NOT HIKE GAS TAX TO FUND INFRASTRUCTURE

MINNESOTA SHOULD NOT HIKE GAS TAX TO FUND INFRASTRUCTURE

on November 6, 2019, 6:49 AM / in State News

By Matthew Glans Matthew Glans joined the staff of The Heartland Institute in November 2007 as legislative specialist for insurance and finance. In 2012, Glans was named senior policy analyst. In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines a proposed gas tax increase in Minnesota that could increase gas prices in the state by 13 to 15 cents per gallon […]

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How a lawsuit over Detroit schools could have an ‘earth-shattering’ impact

on November 6, 2019, 6:38 AM / in State News

“Every school in the country would be affected,” one expert said. “There could be a lot of litigation.” By Erin Einhorn  |  NBC News After two years of struggling to pass any of his community college classes, Jamarria Hall, 19, knows this for certain: His high school did not prepare him. The four years he spent at Detroit’s Osborn High […]

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Idiots move in packs

on November 5, 2019, 8:26 AM / in State News

Apple announced Monday that it would provide $2.5 billion to address California’s lack of affordable housing. The commitment includes a $1 billion statewide fund giving the state an “open line of credit” to build homes for families with low to moderate incomes. Another $1 billion will be used to provide mortgage assistance to first-time home buyers. Apple also plans to […]

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Anti-religious Freedom Group Bullies Florida Sheriff Over Patriotic Message on Squad Cars

Anti-religious Freedom Group Bullies Florida Sheriff Over Patriotic Message on Squad Cars

on November 5, 2019, 8:14 AM / in State News

Written by  Dave Bohon A Wisconsin anti-religious freedom group has targeted a Florida sheriff’s department over a patriotic message on the department’s squad cars. In late October the sheriff’s office in Brevard County, on the Atlantic coast, took to Facebook to announce that in the coming months its squad cars would begin sporting a new, patriotic message of faith in God and pride […]

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Oklahoma Judge Denies Desperate Injunction against Constitutional Carry

Oklahoma Judge Denies Desperate Injunction against Constitutional Carry

on November 4, 2019, 7:36 AM / in National News, State News

(Ammoland.com)- On Friday, 1 November, 2019, Constitutional Carry is scheduled to be restored in Oklahoma. The latest desperate attempt to stop the restoration was blocked by an Oklahoma District judge. The plaintiffs had asked for a temporary injunction against the law. From oag.ok.gov: Attorney General Mike Hunter today released the following statement after Oklahoma County District Judge Don Andrews’ ruling that […]

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At Fairgrounds “Mistakes Were Made” and City Hall Made Them

on November 3, 2019, 7:32 AM / in State News

by Peter White, Tennessee Tribune Nov. 1, 2019- It’s only a matter of time before the MLS soccer stadium contracts will be voided and put out to bid again. Whether Metro or Nashville SC will suggest another site for soccer instead of the Fairgrounds is unclear. In court documents, Metro lawyers admitted for the first time last week that the […]

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A group dressed in KKK robes wandered the streets of Jamestown, Tennessee, on Halloween

on November 3, 2019, 7:29 AM / in State News

Rather Brave we think A group of people dressed as Ku Klux Klan members in Jamestown, Tennessee, on Halloween night and roamed around town, sparking outrage and alarm online. They are shown in several social media posts. One photo shows seven people in Klan robes and hoods standing at the outside dining area of a Sonic fast food restaurant. Their outfits include KKK insignia. […]

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Lower Broadway building listed for $27M

Lower Broadway building listed for $27M

on November 3, 2019, 7:13 AM / in State News

Offering of structure last home to Cotton-Eyed Joe is equivalent of almost $1,400 per foot A Lower Broadway building that sold for $18.5 million in April is now listed for sale for $27 million — the equivalent of almost $1,400 per foot. The five-story building, long home to since-closed clothing, records and souvenir retailer Cotton-Eyed Joe, is located at 200 […]

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Vote for Pork of the Year!

Vote for Pork of the Year!

on November 3, 2019, 5:03 AM / in State News

From the Beacon Center of Tennessee It’s that time of year again! Time to vote for the 2019 Pork of the Year. Here are your options: $700,000 of a pledged $2 million in federal and state taxpayer money was spent to build a visitor center at Reelfoot Lake, only to ultimately be torn down because it didn’t meet earthquake requirements. […]

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