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Mexican Citizen Who Illegally Voted 3 Times in the U.S. Election Gets Ultimate Punishment!

on September 15, 2018, 6:51 AM / in State News

This needs to be repeated to all 60,000+ Illegals living and voting in America.  As I have been saying for decades now –  PURGE the voter registration records and then require those who want to vote to appear in person at the voter registrars office with identification and documents proving they live where they say before they can be put […]

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SIERRA CLUB BACKS GILLUM IN FLORIDA

SIERRA CLUB BACKS GILLUM IN FLORIDA

on September 15, 2018, 6:41 AM / in State News

The nation’s largest environmental group endorsed Democrat Andrew Gillum in his race to become Florida’s governor. The Sierra Club backed the progressive Tallahassee mayor days after the Republican in the race, former congressman Ron DeSantis, released an environmental plan that the group panned as inadequate. Sierra Club slammed DeSantis’s plan for not mentioning climate change, and said it was inadequate […]

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Police Commend Concealed Carry Citizen for Assisting in Chicago Shootout

Police Commend Concealed Carry Citizen for Assisting in Chicago Shootout

on September 15, 2018, 6:12 AM / in State News

An individual with a concealed carry permit was commended by police for helping police officers stop a runaway suspect Thursday night in the Chicago suburb of Cicero. Following the incident, Cicero Police Superintendent Jerry Chlada told reporters: “We were lucky enough to have a citizen on the street there who’s a concealed-carry holder, and he also engaged in gunfire.” Cicero Town President […]

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Maryland files suit to try and protect ObamaCare

Maryland files suit to try and protect ObamaCare

on September 14, 2018, 6:41 AM / in State News

Maryland is seeking something of an insurance policy against Texas and other GOP-led states’ efforts to overturn ObamaCare in court. The state’s attorney general filed a separate lawsuit in Maryland seeking an order to keep the Affordable Care Act going. This could create some confusion: Here’s University of Michigan law professor Nick Bagley explaining the dueling orders this could create: […]

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Cuomo skates past Nixon to win New York primary

Cuomo skates past Nixon to win New York primary

on September 14, 2018, 6:35 AM / in State News

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) swatted aside a challenge from actor and progressive activist Cynthia Nixon on Thursday after a heated campaign in which Cuomo overcame his own stumbles in the face of liberal pressure. Cuomo won the race with 65.4 percent of the vote, The Associated Press projected after 81 percent of precincts had reported. Nixon, who became […]

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SHOOTING YOURSELF TO OWN TRUMP: Professor Takes Trump Derangement Syndrome To New Level

SHOOTING YOURSELF TO OWN TRUMP: Professor Takes Trump Derangement Syndrome To New Level

on September 14, 2018, 6:29 AM / in State News

A Las Vegas professor is facing criminal charges after he decided to protest President Donald Trump last month by shooting himself while on campus. College of Southern Nevada (CSN) sociology professor Mark Bird is facing felony weapons charges after “discharging a gun within a prohibited structure, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit and possessing a dangerous weapon on school […]

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Indiana: Sheriff’s Office Makes Backdoor Deal With Communist ACLU To Stop Detaining Illegal Aliens

on September 13, 2018, 8:03 AM / in National News, State News

By Tim Brown  |   Freedom Outpost This could be handled simply and effectively.  ICE needs to stop issuing detainer requests and start obtaining warrants if they believe there is probable cause. A case comes from Indiana and involves the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, which made a deal with the Communist-organized American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to no longer honor Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) […]

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Dem Candidate Received State Tax Credits While Living in South Africa

Dem Candidate Received State Tax Credits While Living in South Africa

on September 13, 2018, 7:52 AM / in National News, State News

By Joe Schoffstall   |   Washington Free Beacon Scott Wallace received tax credits in Md. where an individual must live at least 6 months a year to be eligible Democratic congressional candidate Scott Wallace’s taxes suggest he was out of the country for more than two years while receiving tax credits in Maryland that require residency in the state for at least […]

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Sons of Confederate Veterans seek $30.6 million from City of Memphis

on September 13, 2018, 6:53 AM / in State News

By MIKE CHRISTEN  |   Columbia Daily Herald  The Sons of Confederate Veterans and the descendants of Nathan Bedford Forrest are calling for the City of Memphis and the owners of a city park to pay millions of dollars to relocate the graves of General Forrest and his wife, Mary Ann, and settle a lawsuit over the removal of a statue […]

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Roanoke City Council Wants To Destroy Virginia’s Preemption,,, (Again)

Roanoke City Council Wants To Destroy Virginia’s Preemption,,, (Again)

on September 13, 2018, 6:51 AM / in State News

How Close Do You Think We Are To the Same? Virginia – -(AmmoLand.com)- Here we go again. Roanoke City Council will be asking the General Assembly to neuter Virginia’s firearms-preemption laws so that Roanoke can ban guns at government meetings and in government buildings. I can also guarantee that if preemption is ever weakened, that Roanoke will be going for much, much more […]

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Teens rob Auburn store after clerk collapses from heart attack, police say

Teens rob Auburn store after clerk collapses from heart attack, police say

on September 12, 2018, 7:04 AM / in State News

by KOMO Staff AUBURN, Wash. — Human decency took a back seat in Auburn Saturday when a man and two teens left a clerk suffering a heart attack to die, but not before helping themselves to the cash in the till and several other items in the store, police said. “It just blows my mind. It breaks our hearts,” said […]

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Ballotpedia report for Tonight: Smallest state has big primaries

Ballotpedia report for Tonight: Smallest state has big primaries

on September 12, 2018, 6:51 AM / in State News

Here are two races we are watching in Rhode Island’s primary contests. Incumbent RI Gov. Raimondo faces progressive primary challenge Incumbent Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) faces a primary challenge from the left in her re-election bid. Former Secretary of State Matt Brown is backed by progressive groups such as Our Revolution RI and Justice Democrats, while Raimondo has been endorsed […]

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General election candidates set in this New Hampshire swing district

on September 12, 2018, 6:49 AM / in State News

Democratic primary Executive Councilor Chris Pappas won the Democratic primary for New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District. He received 52 percent of the vote with 32 percent of precincts reporting. Former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs Maura Sullivan was second with 27 percent. Eleven candidates ran in the race. Sullivan raised $1.8 million—more than twice as much as any other candidate. Pappas […]

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Federal court rebukes Planned Parenthood, lets Missouri enforce abortion regs

Federal court rebukes Planned Parenthood, lets Missouri enforce abortion regs

on September 12, 2018, 6:04 AM / in National News, State News

By Calvin Freiburger JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, (LifeSiteNews) – Missouri officials can enforce rules mandating basic health and safety standards for abortion facilities, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday. A three-judge panel reversed a lower court’s injunction against the laws, the Kansas City Star reported, which requires abortionists to obtain admitting privileges at nearby hospitals for potential medical complications, and that abortion […]

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Evergreen State College Is Down To 300 New Enrollments

Evergreen State College Is Down To 300 New Enrollments

on September 12, 2018, 6:00 AM / in State News

After watching the fiasco’s at this *college* – all the way back to the time in the mid 60’s when they began looking for land to build it – watching the super FAR LEFT speakers and other socialist events –  all I can say is it is past time for this place to be sanitized and repurposed to a meaningful […]

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Watchdog group alleges donations made to commissioners for Lookouts stadium

Watchdog group alleges donations made to commissioners for Lookouts stadium

on September 11, 2018, 8:35 AM / in State News

But elected officials, developer deny accusations by Judy Walton   |    Chattanooga Times Free Press A Nashville watchdog group has its bristles raised over political donations made last year to seven Hamilton County commissioners and the county mayor by a Chattanooga Lookouts owner and his business partners. The Beacon Center, a nonpartisan, free-market research group, believes the donations in November indicate […]

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Senate candidates won’t debate in Chattanooga

on September 11, 2018, 8:30 AM / in State News

By Stephen Elliott  |  Nashville Post Democrat Phil Bredesen and Republican Marsha Blackburn will not debate in Chattanooga after Blackburn’s campaign said she would not be attending. The Chattanooga Times Free Press, which was to co-sponsor the Oct. 1 U.S. Senate debate, reported that the event would not occur because of Blackburn’s decision. But Blackburn wrote on Twitter that it was Bredesen […]

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GOP governor candidate resigns from Congress

on September 11, 2018, 7:32 AM / in National News, State News

U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) resigned from Congress on Monday to focus on his close race against Democrat Andrew Gillum, Tallahassee’s mayor. In a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), DeSantis said that since he would miss most of the House sessions before the November elections it would be “inappropriate for me to accept a [congressional] salary.” DeSantis’ term […]

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Big government is the most paramount issue in this campaign.

Big government is the most paramount issue in this campaign.

on September 10, 2018, 8:30 AM / in State News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lenny Ladner, Candidate for U S Congress in the seventh district of Tennessee, issued a platform statement calling for an end to big government spending. Ladner a self employed Trucker said, ” he would “vote” against any bills that would increase the size, cost, reach and power of the government”.  Ladner added he would like to know […]

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Dallas police officer charged with manslaughter after fatally shooting neighbor

Dallas police officer charged with manslaughter after fatally shooting neighbor

on September 10, 2018, 8:16 AM / in State News

Texas authorities on Sunday arrested a Dallas police officer, Amber Guyger, on manslaughter charges for fatally shooting a neighbor, Botham Jean, after mistakenly entering his apartment, thinking it was hers. Guyger, 30, was booked in Kaufman County Jail and released after posting a $300,000 bond. Relatives of Jean, who is black, had been calling for the arrest of Guyger, who […]

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