Archive for December 10th, 2017

Dems hope Bredesen can still win over TN voters

on December 10, 2017, 7:27 AM / in Opinion, State News

BY LISA HAGEN    |   The HILL Former Gov. Phil Bredesen’s (D) entry into Tennessee’s Senate race could be a big win for Democrats, who feel his unique strengths could give them a rare shot at a Senate seat in the red state. Bredesen was the last Democrat to win statewide office in the state, emboldening Democrats who think he can buck […]

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Just How Many Shots Are on the CDC Vaccine Schedule?

Just How Many Shots Are on the CDC Vaccine Schedule?

on December 10, 2017, 6:32 AM / in National News

By Robert F. Kennedy Jr.    |   Collective Evolution World Mercury Project gets questions about the number of vaccines given to young children in America today. Different articles cite different numbers and the totals can be confusing. This article and chart are designed to clarify the vaccine schedule and explain why the numbers may not always “add up.”  To be […]

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New Year’s Is One of Top Holidays for Car Thefts

New Year’s Is One of Top Holidays for Car Thefts

on December 10, 2017, 6:28 AM / in National News

By Jerry Reynolds  |   Car Pro Two of the biggest holidays for vehicle thefts are just around the corner: New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. They are among the top five holidays targeted by car thieves according to new data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Researchers looked at 2016 theft numbers. 22,705 vehicles were stolen over the 11 holidays included in […]

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Roy Moore And Alabama’s Historic Moment To Restore America

Roy Moore And Alabama’s Historic Moment To Restore America

on December 10, 2017, 6:25 AM / in Opinion

MONTGOMERY, Alabama stand firm. You have no idea of your importance in history as this coming Tuesday’s election proves to be the pivotal point for the future of America with you, dear people,  at its base.  Actually a SECOND pivotal point, the first being the election of Donald Trump as President of the U.S. We came through a frightening looming disaster with […]

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The Rise of Fascism in America – Hearts of Hate

The Rise of Fascism in America – Hearts of Hate

on December 10, 2017, 6:14 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Dustin Koellhoffer  |   iPatriot America has seen in the last few years what everyone said could never happen here in the greatest nation of liberty in history – the rise of Hitlerian fascism.  Barack Obama stood in front of cameras yesterday and predicted that President Trump would conduct a genocide ten times worse than Hitler.  Antifa has attacked right-wingers on […]

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Democrat Representative Used $220K of Tax Payer Money For Sexual Harassment Settlement

Democrat Representative Used $220K of Tax Payer Money For Sexual Harassment Settlement

on December 10, 2017, 6:05 AM / in National News, State News

By Timothy Mead  |   Townhall Documents show that the United States Treasury used $220,000 of tax payer money to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment committed by Florida Democrat Alcee Hastings against one of his staffers, reports Roll Call. Winsome Packer, a former staff member of a congressional commission that promotes international human rights, said in documents that the congressman touched […]

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Army Defeats Navy in Philadelphia ‘Snow Bowl’

Army Defeats Navy in Philadelphia ‘Snow Bowl’

on December 10, 2017, 6:02 AM / in Football

By Timothy Meads  |   Townhall In the 118th Army vs. Navy football game, the Army Black Knights defeated the Navy Midshipmen 14-13 in wintry conditions, securing the Commander-In-Chief Trophy for the first time since 1996. Due to the snow and wind, the offensive  scheme for both teams was played largely on the ground as opposed to passing. Army quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw rushed 21 […]

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At Code-A-Thon, Programmers Work to Fight Opioid Epidemic

At Code-A-Thon, Programmers Work to Fight Opioid Epidemic

on December 10, 2017, 5:56 AM / in National News

BY: Charles Fain Lehman   |   Washington Free Beacon Fifty teams of programmers and public health specialists met Wednesday and Thursday in Washington, D.C., for a code-a-thon organized by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) focused on developing software to help combat America’s opioid crisis. Over the course of two days, three-to-five person teams used federal, state, local, and private-sector data, […]

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Corrine Brown Sentenced to Five Years in Prison in Fraud Case

on December 10, 2017, 5:53 AM / in National News

BY: David Rutz  |   Washington Free Beacon Former Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown (Fla.) was sentenced to five years in prison on Monday for her conviction in a federal fraud case involving a charity she used to enrich herself. The sentence matches the recommendation from prosecutor Tysen Duva, who asked the judge at Brown’s sentencing hearing last month to not give her […]

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