Archive for September 9th, 2017

“A Tribute to Dogs”

on September 9, 2017, 7:48 AM / in Bedtime Stories, People

by George Graham Vest “George Graham Vest (1830-1904) served as U.S. Senator from Missouri from 1879 to 1903 and became one of the leading orators and debaters of his time. This delightful speech is from an earlier period in his life when he practiced law in a small Missouri town. It was given in court while representing a man who […]

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Helicopter Crash Takes the Life of 1 of Country’s Biggest Superstars

Helicopter Crash Takes the Life of 1 of Country’s Biggest Superstars

on September 9, 2017, 7:42 AM / in People

BY JOE SAUNDERS  /  CT Troy Gentry, the country singer who rose to stardom as half of the duo Montgomery Gentry, died Friday afternoon in a helicopter crash in New Jersey, where the band was to perform a concert. He was 50-years-old. “It is with great sadness that we confirm that Troy Gentry, half of the popular country duo, Montgomery Gentry, […]

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John McCain Was Funded By George Soros

John McCain Was Funded By George Soros

on September 9, 2017, 7:30 AM / in National News, Opinion

Is ANYONE surprised by this?  McJerk sold out in Viet Nam –  … and then in Congress when he got there.  Soros has a BIG payroll that’s for sure.  Now he funds all those empty headed black rag head street terrorists….  oh, and certain family members  What a guy.  He has to be paying some mighty powerful people to not […]

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Two Fourth Amendment Cases Prove the Constitution Still Works

Two Fourth Amendment Cases Prove the Constitution Still Works

on September 9, 2017, 7:26 AM / in National News, Opinion

A nurse in Utah and a couple in Texas stood up for their rights as guaranteed to them in the Bill of Rights. The Utah nurse hasn’t filed suit, but the Texas couple did, and in both cases law-enforcement officials have been exposed and shamed for their illegal conduct. Both cases were aided with the help of videos taken of […]

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Senate to take up defense policy bill

on September 9, 2017, 7:23 AM / in National News

By Rebecca Kheel and Ellen Mitchell After a series of delays, the Senate will take up the annual defense policy bill in the coming week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) teed up a procedural vote on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Monday evening. The bill, though typically passed easily with bipartisan support, still usually takes up days […]

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Focus shifts to tax reform after Trump deal | Lawmakers want answers on Equifax hack

on September 9, 2017, 7:21 AM / in National News

By Sylvan Lane President Trump is pushing Congress to make major progress on tax reform after striking a surprising deal with Democrats, to the dismay of his own party’s leaders, to fund the government and raise the debt ceiling through December 15th. Trump, over the objections of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Treasury Secretary […]

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Senate picks up pace on Trump energy nominees

on September 9, 2017, 7:19 AM / in National News

By Devin Henry and Timothy Cama The energy industry’s long wait for a fully staffed regulatory board could soon be over. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairwoman Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) said last week that the Senate could vote soon on two more nominees to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Murkowski’s committee heard from President Trump’s two remaining FERC nominees […]

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DACA, Dreamers and My Dream

DACA, Dreamers and My Dream

on September 9, 2017, 7:17 AM / in Opinion

by David Fowler   /  FACT This week President Trump began the process of winding down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) that was instituted by President Obama by executive order. The program prevented the deportation of those adults who are not here legally but were brought to the United States as children by parents who were not here […]

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Alt-Left’s Arpaio Hate Boils Over in Las Vegas

Alt-Left’s Arpaio Hate Boils Over in Las Vegas

on September 9, 2017, 7:14 AM / in Opinion, State News

By Chuck Muth OK, you are NOT going to believe this… Actually, you will.  But before going any further, let me warn you that, as the great American philosopher Larry the Cable Guy put it, I’m madder than Jesse Jackson at the airport being asked to pick up the white courtesy phone. As such, strong – occasionally even profane – language ahead.  Ye be warned. It all started […]

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Shoplifting –  Jackson Police need your assistance identifying these persons of interest.

Shoplifting – Jackson Police need your assistance identifying these persons of interest.

on September 9, 2017, 7:11 AM / in Local News

Investigators of the Jackson Police Department are investigating a Theft of Property from Walmart, 2196 Emporium Drive.  The Jackson Police Department needs your assistance identifying these persons of interest. On August 31st, two unidentified person, a thin build, white female wearing a pink t-shirt and blue jeans along with a medium build, white male wearing a sleeveless Army PT shirt […]

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The Middle Class: Uninsured and Hurting

The Middle Class: Uninsured and Hurting

on September 9, 2017, 7:06 AM / in Opinion

BY BETSY MCCAUGHEY Brace yourself for the next health insurance crisis: the uninsured middle class. The Affordable Care Act added millions of mostly poor people to the insurance rolls. But the law is driving premiums so high that middle-class people can no longer afford insurance. Several million are expected to drop coverage in 2018. Under Obamacare, poor lives matter—middle class […]

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Google’s Liberal Chickens Coming Home to Roost

Google’s Liberal Chickens Coming Home to Roost

on September 9, 2017, 7:02 AM / in Opinion

By Timothy Lee  /  CFIF Suddenly, the scales appear to be falling from liberals’ eyes regarding Google.  For years, Google employed the anodyne motto “Don’t Be Evil,” even as it ruthlessly leveraged its political power to bend government policy in its favor. Of course, there’s nothing inherently improper about Google or any other organization exercising its First Amendment right to […]

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Walk For Life ….

Walk For Life ….

on September 9, 2017, 6:48 AM / in Announcements

Walker: Lucy Overstreet Jackson, TN Beneficiary:Birth Choice – Jackson & Gibson County Jackson, TN Go to Her Page About This Event Gibson County/Jackson Walk for Life Location West Jackson Baptist Church 580 Oil Well Road Jackson, TN 38305 Date and Time Saturday, October 7, 2017 9:00am – 12:00pm Map & Directions Get Directions Description About The Beneficiary Beneficiary: Birth Choice […]

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The Storm

The Storm

on September 9, 2017, 6:15 AM / in National News

The event on everyone’s mind right now is the forthcoming Hurricane Irma. Although she has been downgraded from a Category 5 to a Category 4 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds at 155 mph, experts are still predicting catastrophic devastation when she makes landfall in Florida. This could be as early as Sunday morning or afternoon. Residents are urged to complete […]

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The Most Decorated Unit in American History — (442nd REGIMENT)

The Most Decorated Unit in American History — (442nd REGIMENT)

on September 9, 2017, 6:00 AM / in History

BY DUANE ALLEN VACHON, PH.D. Duane A. Vachon PhD is a psychologist and a Secular Franciscan. He has several books published and has had hundreds of articles on social justice and spiritual issues published. His Doctoral thesis on ethics has set the standard at many universities. Reach Dr. Vachon at vachon.duane@gmail.com The 442nd Regiment received more than 18,000 awards, including […]

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Tinseltown Goes to War

Tinseltown Goes to War

on September 9, 2017, 6:00 AM / in History, News

By Ralph Raico / LewRockwell.com I’ve just watched for about the third time the 1962 film, The Longest Day, a great action movie on the Allied invasion of Normandy. Among its several pluses: an all-star male cast, including a young Sean Connery, as well as a brief segment starring a seriously good-looking woman bearing a strong resemblance to Sophia Loren. […]

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This Day in History September 9th

This Day in History September 9th

on September 9, 2017, 6:00 AM / in History

In 1945, 1st “bug” in a computer program discovered by Grace Hopper, a moth was removed with tweezers from a relay & taped into the log.

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