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Sportscaster Tragically Dies After Floodwaters Wash Away Van

Sportscaster Tragically Dies After Floodwaters Wash Away Van

on July 3, 2018, 7:43 AM / in State News

By The Western Journal  A longtime Iowa sportscaster has died in flash flooding in Des Moines amid heavy rain that forced the evacuation of some homes and businesses. Police say 66-year-old Larry Cotlar died Saturday when he was swept away in floodwater after his van stalled on a flooded north Des Moines street. Cotlar had worked as the voice of Drake […]

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Patriot Prayer and Antifa battle it out on the streets of Portland

Patriot Prayer and Antifa battle it out on the streets of Portland

on July 3, 2018, 6:19 AM / in National News, State News

Portland, Oregon –-(Ammoland.com)-The anarcho-communist group, Antifa, attacked the Patriot Prayer rally this past Saturday in Portland, Oregon. What was supposed to be a peaceful rally lead by Senate Candidate, Joey Gibson, and the Patriot Prayer group descended into what police describe as a riot when the alt-left group, Antifa, attacked the rally goers as they attempted their permitted march. Police in […]

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State legislative incumbents are losing at higher rates than prior election years

on July 3, 2018, 5:48 AM / in National News, State News

Three incumbents have lost in the 31 states that have held primaries for U.S. Congress. Challengers have defeated 85 incumbents in state legislative races. Congressional incumbent defeats are comparable to previous years while state legislative defeats have occurred at a slightly higher rate. All three defeated congressional incumbents to date have been members of the U.S. House. Robert Pittenger (R-N.C.) […]

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PORKER OF THE MONTH: Rep. Bennie Thompson

PORKER OF THE MONTH: Rep. Bennie Thompson

on July 2, 2018, 8:07 AM / in National News, State News

Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) has named Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) Porker of the Month for attempting to create taxpayer-funded dorms for well-paid members of Congress. On May 16, Rep. Thompson introduced the “No Couches for Congress Act,” which would ban members of Congress from sleeping in their offices while in Washington, D.C. He then proposed converting empty residence halls near […]

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The REAL WAR

The REAL WAR

on July 2, 2018, 8:02 AM / in National News, State News

This pic is from the Portland riot against PRAYER.  I am sending this to back up my comments about this being a SPIRITUAL WAR we are fighting and to illustrate how this is related to the REBELLION of Lucifer and his one third of the angels in heaven.  This event in Portland was from the REBELS against God as the […]

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The florist, the baker, and the policymakers

The florist, the baker, and the policymakers

on July 1, 2018, 6:25 AM / in National News, Opinion, State News

H/T to Marda for this item: https://world.wng.org/content/the_florist_the_baker_and_the_policymakers The florist, the baker, and the policymakers First Amendment | Supreme Court tells Washington state to revisit religious liberty case by Bonnie Pritchett A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday in the case of Christian florist Barronelle Stutzman linked her fate to that of Jack Phillips, the baker who stood by […]

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2 men arrested in connection with double murder in Smith County

2 men arrested in connection with double murder in Smith County

on June 30, 2018, 7:31 AM / in State News

By WSMV-TV CARTHAGE —Two men have been arrested in connection with a double murder in Smith County back in April. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 53-year-old David Bibian and 18-year-old Alain Benitez are both charged with two counts of second-degree murder. Bibian, of Pleasant Shade, was arrested Thursday. Benitez, of Lebanon, was arrested Friday. They are both being […]

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Kentucky man charged with arson in Tennessee fire

on June 30, 2018, 7:28 AM / in State News

KNOXVILLE — Authorities say a Kentucky man has been charged with arson in connection with a fire in Tennessee. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says agents joined Campbell County authorities in their investigation into a March 24 fire in an outbuilding in Jellico. Investigators found the fire was intentionally set. No injuries were reported. The TBI says 34-year-old Randy Joe […]

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Voter Registering Deadline is July 3rd

Voter Registering Deadline is July 3rd

on June 30, 2018, 6:55 AM / in State News

Next Tuesday, July 3, is the deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming August 2 primary. The primary is crucial because you could be the deciding vote in determining which candidates go on to run in the November 6 general election. Make sure you are registered to vote and then view a sample ballot for your local district.

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Teaching Your Children About Energy…. with the Government Leading the Way With Your Dollars

Teaching Your Children About Energy…. with the Government Leading the Way With Your Dollars

on June 30, 2018, 6:44 AM / in State News

News and Events: TDEC OEP Hosts Energy Education Camp for K-12 Educators Urban Runoff 5k Celebrates Green Stormwater Management TDEC Announces 2018 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award Winners ORNL Unveils World’s Fastest, Most Powerful Scientific Supercomputer First Smart Neighborhood of its Kind in the Southeast Technical Assistance, Incentives, and Funding Opportunities:  American-Made Solar Prize Program Announced Upcoming Events and Activities:  2018 […]

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They Don’t Call Him “Shady Steve” for Nothing

They Don’t Call Him “Shady Steve” for Nothing

on June 30, 2018, 6:35 AM / in Opinion, State News

by Chuck Muth Nevada Democrat gubernatorial candidates Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani faced off in a televised debate in Las Vegas on May 21, 2018.  And according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal report on the to-and-fro… “Sisolak…criticized Giunchigliani for taking money from strip clubs and brothels.” And yet just one week later Sisolak’s campaign took a maximum $5,000 donation from brothel owner Lance Gilman, who also is […]

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Maury County Sheriff, challenger trade sharp barbs in debate

Maury County Sheriff, challenger trade sharp barbs in debate

on June 29, 2018, 7:52 AM / in State News

Maury County Sheriff Bucky Rowland appeared to label challenger Sam Barnes “a coward” during Thursday’s debate at Columbia State Community College. During his closing remarks, Rowland said he would never pretend to be someone he’s not “because I’m not a coward.” Rowland was referencing social media commentary and videos by Barnes, a former Maury County deputy who has criticized Rowland […]

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U.S. charges 601 people in health-care fraud crackdown

on June 29, 2018, 7:30 AM / in State News

The Justice Department on Thursday announced health-care fraud charges against 601 people, including 162 doctors and other suspects linked to the distribution of prescription opioid painkillers. The arrests came in dozens of cases that authorities said had resulted in $2 billion in fraud and contributed to the nation’s opioid addiction epidemic. The health-care industry suspects charged included a Florida anesthesiologist […]

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Machete wielding woman threatens ex

Machete wielding woman threatens ex

on June 29, 2018, 7:15 AM / in State News

Three things that we found most interesting about this case. One, how in the world could someone write an article on this subject without once mentioning rape; two, how is it that the young lady could possibly get away with bail and a restraining order after such an attack…. if a young man did this, we would be looking at […]

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Leaving five dead and one gravely injured, the mass shooter attacked at a newspaper’s offices.

Leaving five dead and one gravely injured, the mass shooter attacked at a newspaper’s offices.

on June 29, 2018, 6:19 AM / in State News

Written by Joe Scudder   |   Eagle Rising We don’t know the motives of the mass shooter yet. Since the police took him alive hopefully we will find out something soon. My condolences to the bereft family and friends of the five victims. I hope the wounded victim survives his injuries and fully recovers. Because the left constantly treats all mass shootings […]

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Murder under the Capital

Murder under the Capital

on June 27, 2018, 4:06 PM / in State News

By Terence P. Jeffrey   |   CNSNew.com It happened in an otherwise peaceful park, along a beautiful stream, flowing down to a famous river — the Potomac. In fact, the stream-side park lies just across the road from a neighborhood that has been home to an attorney general, a future Republican presidential nominee, a Democratic White House chief of staff and a […]

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Ohio gun rights could expand under so-called ‘stand your ground’ law

Ohio gun rights could expand under so-called ‘stand your ground’ law

on June 27, 2018, 3:35 PM / in State News

 Dayton Dailies News by: Will Garbe and Laura A. Bischoff Ohio lawmakers are closer than ever to passing a so-called “stand your ground” bill that would expand gun rights by relaxing a person’s duty to retreat before using lethal force in self-defense. Supporters say the bill corrects unjust laws that force crime victims to make a decision between fighting or escaping […]

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Tammy Baldwin’s Campaign Fueled by Out-of-State Donors

Tammy Baldwin’s Campaign Fueled by Out-of-State Donors

on June 27, 2018, 7:02 AM / in State News

60 percent of donations are from outside Wis. despite Baldwin fundraising off opposing out-of-state cash By  Joe Schoffstall   |    Washington Free Beacon Millions of dollars are flowing into Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s (D., Wis.) campaign coffers from outside her home state despite the senator’s campaign fundraising off out-of-state money from deep-pocketed Republican donors against her in nearly every one of its […]

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Senior Democrat Joe Crowley upset in NY-14 primary by Socialist candidate

Senior Democrat Joe Crowley upset in NY-14 primary by Socialist candidate

on June 27, 2018, 6:33 AM / in State News

By J. E. Dyer |  Liberty Unyielding This is naturally the story of the night from the 26 June primaries in seven states.  Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, defeated 10-term Congressman Joe Crowley – Democratic Caucus chair and widely thought to be a likely replacement for Nancy Pelosi – in a primary contest that wasn’t even close. Ocasio-Cortez was a […]

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Chattanooga City lays out plans for three navigator positions; Another great step to controlling your family

on June 27, 2018, 6:00 AM / in State News

by Emmett Gienapp  |   Chattanooga Times Free Press Chattanooga city officials have changed plans for hiring three “re-entry navigators,” telling city council members Tuesday the new employees would be assigned to the Family Justice Center. Employees in Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke’s office also said two of the navigators would work with teens and the third would work with adults, instead of one working […]

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