Archive for July 21st, 2018

Jeff Hartline Commentary: Why I Support Bill Lee for Governor of Tennesse July 20, 2018 Tennessee Star Staff

Jeff Hartline Commentary: Why I Support Bill Lee for Governor of Tennesse July 20, 2018 Tennessee Star Staff

on July 21, 2018, 7:13 AM / in Opinion

By Jeff Hartline  |   Tennessee Star Staff While running for office in 2010 and assisting campaigns since then, I have learned that campaigning is a full-contact endeavor. No candidate, especially in a statewide election, should be naïve to believe that, once traction has been gained, he or she will escape the “slings and arrows” of outrage. Such is the case in […]

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Equal Opportunity & Natural Selection

Equal Opportunity & Natural Selection

on July 21, 2018, 7:11 AM / in Opinion

by John Farnam  |   AMMOLand My comment on SCOTUS: SCOTUS justices are supposed to have, and exercise, an ability to “put aside” personal, political views, and rule rightly based on our Constitution. For one, I don’t like to talk about “gay rights,” nor “black rights,” nor “Hispanic rights,” ad nauseam I just like to talk about “rights” of individual Americans! Jews […]

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Making Wise Use of Voter Education Materials

Making Wise Use of Voter Education Materials

on July 21, 2018, 6:55 AM / in State News

By David Fowler   |   FACT Trying to educate voters is a tricky business. Both the provider and recipients of candidate information can make assumptions about that information that can lead to wrong conclusions. Hopefully, this explanation will help as you consider my recent commentaries and look through the assortment of voter education materials that have been provided through the organizations […]

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Boston University’s Fake-O-Nomics Darling

Boston University’s Fake-O-Nomics Darling

on July 21, 2018, 6:39 AM / in Opinion

by Michelle Malkin It costs a pretty penny to earn a diploma in stupid. The annual list price to attend Boston University — including tuition, fees, room, and board — currently rounds out to $70,000. To acquire a degree in economics from this tony institution of higher learning, an undergrad must complete courses in calculus, microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis, empirical economics, […]

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Troubled waters: Maxine Waters fans BURN THE FLAG and protest Trump outside her LA office after she warned right-wing militia were planning to demonstrate there… but they never turned up

Troubled waters: Maxine Waters fans BURN THE FLAG and protest Trump outside her LA office after she warned right-wing militia were planning to demonstrate there… but they never turned up

on July 21, 2018, 6:29 AM / in National News, State News

Supporters of Democratic firebrand Maxine Waters showed up outside her office The group of a few dozen arrived midday Thursday in Los Angeles to counter an anticipated protest by a far-right militia group who never showed The demonstration comes despite the congresswoman’s request for supporters to stay away from far-right militia group the Oath Keepers The anti-government group announced they would protest […]

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Georgia Bicyclist Carries Wounded Dog on His Back, Finds Him Forever Home in Maine

Georgia Bicyclist Carries Wounded Dog on His Back, Finds Him Forever Home in Maine

on July 21, 2018, 6:11 AM / in National News

Inside Edition Staff |  Inside Edition   A mountain biker wasn’t about to leave the 5-month-old wounded stray he found near a Georgia sewage treatment facility. Out for a ride with a group of cyclists, Jarrett Little came upon the Great Dane mix in a sorry state. The pup’s back leg was broken, a toe on his front paw was fractured and […]

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Acting CIA watchdog steps down, withdraws IG nomination

Acting CIA watchdog steps down, withdraws IG nomination

on July 21, 2018, 5:56 AM / in National News

By Amy Lieu | Fox News The acting watchdog at the CIA, who has been accused of retaliating against whistleblowers, is resigning, the agency confirmed Friday. Christopher Sharpley, whose nomination for the agency’s inspector general post had stalled in the Senate, said in a memo to employees that he is stepping down within 30 days. “After three decades of public service, […]

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Dad of 2 Parkland survivors is robbed, killed; suspect surrenders

Dad of 2 Parkland survivors is robbed, killed; suspect surrenders

on July 21, 2018, 5:52 AM / in State News

By Bradford Betz | Fox News A father of two high school students who survived February’s school massacre in Parkland, Fla., was fatally shot this week by a robber, authorities said. Our homicide detectives have made an arrest in the fatal robbery of Ayub Ali of Aunt Molly’s Food Store in North Lauderdale. Tyrone Fields Jr., 19, is being booked at […]

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