Archive for October 21st, 2017

Egyptian officials say 55 police killed in Cairo shootout

on October 21, 2017, 7:24 AM / in International News

Associated Press Egyptian security officials say at least 55 policemen, including 20 officers and 34 conscripts, have been killed in a shootout during a raid on a militant hideout near Cairo. The officials said Saturday that the exchange of fire took place late Friday in the al-Wahat al-Bahriya area in Giza governorate, about 135 kilometers (84 miles) from the capital […]

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Germany: Police say several people stabbed in Munich

on October 21, 2017, 7:21 AM / in International News

Associated Press BERLIN –  German police say a person with a knife has wounded several people in Munich, but no one sustained life-threatening injuries. Munich police called on people in the Bavarian capital’s Rosenheimer Platz area to stay inside after the incident Saturday morning. The perpetrator fled the scene. The police department said on Twitter that officers are looking for […]

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Toxic masculinity? It’s what makes men brave

Toxic masculinity? It’s what makes men brave

on October 21, 2017, 7:20 AM / in Opinion

By Patricia McCarthy |  American Thinker The new film Only the Brave recounts the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, an elite unit of fire fighters.  Nineteen of this unit died fighting the Yarnell Hill fire in Arizona in 2013.  The men who sign up to be hot shots train hard for the job of wildfire suppression.  It is a grueling job and the training for it is […]

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Hillary Clinton May Have Committed Treason Because Of What She Did To Cover Up For Russian Spies

Hillary Clinton May Have Committed Treason Because Of What She Did To Cover Up For Russian Spies

on October 21, 2017, 7:00 AM / in National News, Opinion

By  W.O   |   The Right Print Apparently, there is another scandal in front of us that includes Hillary Clinton. This time it is about Russian spy ring somehow connected to her. According to the latest FBI reports, during and before her time as a secretary of State she was involved in these games. In an action performed in June of 2010, FBI […]

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Burlington Telecom Has Failed And It’s Time To Sell

Burlington Telecom Has Failed And It’s Time To Sell

on October 21, 2017, 6:45 AM / in National News, State News

By Lindsey Stroud Burlington Telecom (BT) is a failure. What was supposed to answer many Burlingtonians’ growing frustrations with their phone and cable companies has morphed into a boondoggle that has cost taxpayers more than $26 million. From its inception, BT faced numerous problems and took nearly three years to get off the ground. Burlington citizens voted in 1997 to approve […]

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Executive Order Could Revive Dying Health Care Markets

on October 21, 2017, 6:41 AM / in Opinion

This report comes from the Heartland Institute and does not reflect the opinion of the Editorial Board of the Jackson Press. We do recognize this, however, as a possible option. Earlier in October, President Donald Trump signed an executive order he says will help improve competition and choice in U.S. health care markets. The order directs the secretaries of Health […]

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Melania Trump cuts bloated first lady payroll from Michelle Obama days

Melania Trump cuts bloated first lady payroll from Michelle Obama days

on October 21, 2017, 6:35 AM / in National News

By Alex Pappas, Fox News Melania Trump is embracing a more active and public schedule as first lady – but she still runs one of the leanest East Wing operations in recent history. According to a Fox News analysis of White House personnel reports, Melania Trump has significantly reduced the number of aides on the first lady’s office payroll in comparison […]

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Niger Ambush Came After ‘Massive Intelligence Failure,’ Source Says

Niger Ambush Came After ‘Massive Intelligence Failure,’ Source Says

on October 21, 2017, 6:30 AM / in National News

by KEN DILANIAN and COURTNEY KUBE  |   NBC WASHINGTON — A senior congressional aide who has been briefed on the deaths of four U.S. servicemen in Niger says the ambush by militants stemmed in part from a “massive intelligence failure.” The Pentagon has said that 40 to 50 militants ambushed a 12-man U.S. force in Niger on Oct. 4, killing four and wounding […]

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Frederica Wilson Accuses White House Chief of Staff John Kelly of Racism

on October 21, 2017, 6:23 AM / in National News, Opinion

The Political Insider When in doubt, play the race card. That’s how Democrats play politics. Anytime they’re caught in a bind, they whip out the epithet “racist” and sling it at their opponent. The media, like dutiful servants, then repeats the line, giddily referring to the target as a no-good racist who needs deported to an isolated island for progressive […]

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Eight Killed, 11 Wounded During Weekend Violence in Gun-Controlled Chicago

Eight Killed, 11 Wounded During Weekend Violence in Gun-Controlled Chicago

on October 21, 2017, 6:17 AM / in State News

Eight individuals were killed and 11 wounded during last weekend violence in gun-controlled Chicago. by AWR HAWKINS  /  Breitbart News According to CBS Chicago, one of the deceased was a 64-year-old woman who was struck by a stray bullet “in the Rogers Park neighborhood on the North Side.” She was hit around 6:30 pm Friday. The woman–Cynthia Trevillion–was as math teacher at […]

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USDA Extends Comment Period for Public Input on Updates to Animal Welfare Act Licensing Requirements

USDA Extends Comment Period for Public Input on Updates to Animal Welfare Act Licensing Requirements

on October 21, 2017, 6:14 AM / in National News

If you have thoughts about these potential changes, the comment period has been extended to November 1. We know that Joe Overlease, representing USDA-licensed breeders, has been encouraging them to send as many comments as possible, even one per day. The Cavalry Group and AKC have also encouraged people to send comments. As expected, HSUS and animal rights people have […]

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Judges commit impeachable offense, rule against cross

Judges commit impeachable offense, rule against cross

on October 21, 2017, 6:10 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Bryan Fischer  |  One News Now It’s not the Bladensburg Cross that “excessively entangles” the government in religion, it’s the 4th Circuit. That court is unconstitutionally entangling itself in religion by impermissibly interfering with its free exercise. A federal appeals court ruled this week that a cross on public land is a violation of the U.S. Constitution. This ruling, not to […]

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Is Alabama’s Senate Race a Harbinger of Things to Come?

Is Alabama’s Senate Race a Harbinger of Things to Come?

on October 21, 2017, 6:05 AM / in History, Opinion

By David Fowler It seems to me that our country is becoming increasingly chaotic, violent, and fractured. I think I’m finally beginning to grasp what, at root, is happening, and if I’m right, I think the electoral plight of one politician may give us some insight into where we’re headed. Last year I read this statement written in 1959 by […]

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George W. Bush Speech: Globalism Must Remain Our Credo…

George W. Bush Speech: Globalism Must Remain Our Credo…

on October 21, 2017, 6:02 AM / in National News, Opinion

All Hat and No Cattle mouth opens up and lets his OWO sales spiel fall out. I have empty cough drop wrappers in my waste basket that have higher IQ than G.W. Bush ever had or has today. Didn’t like him when I first heard of him years ago and when he was (s)elected to the oval office I figured […]

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No Unkind Words

No Unkind Words

on October 21, 2017, 6:00 AM / in Religion

Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification. —Ephesians 4:29 One of the greatest honors ever offered to me came during one of life’s saddest times. I was heartbroken in 2003 when my good friend and co-worker Kurt De Haan died suddenly while out on his regular lunchtime run. Kurt was managing […]

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October 21st in History

October 21st in History

on October 21, 2017, 6:00 AM / in History

October 21 is the 294th day of the year (295th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 71 days remaining until the end of the year. Holidays Christian feast day: Blessed Charles of Austria (Roman Catholic Church) Hilarion John of Bridlington Laura of Saint Catherine of Siena Leticia (one of The Korean Martyrs) Peter Yu Tae-chol Tuda of […]

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