Archive for August 15th, 2019

Jackson Police need assistance identifying this person of interest.

Jackson Police need assistance identifying this person of interest.

on August 15, 2019, 4:14 PM / in Local News

Investigators of the Jackson Police Department are investigating a Theft of Property from Kroger, 35 W. University Parkway and need assistance identifying this person of interest. On August 8th, a black male wearing a ball cap, dark colored shirt, pants, and shoes is captured on surveillance video stealing a purse from a shopping cart.  Also, the suspect in the theft may […]

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Immigration-Reduction Grades | Numbers USA – For Lower Immigration Levels

on August 15, 2019, 4:08 PM / in National News

Find the grades for all Members of Congress by clicking on their state on the map or in the “Select State” drop-down box, or by clicking on “Last Name” in the “Sort By” drop-down box. Find out what they have actually supported. https://www.numbersusa.com/content/my/tools/grades

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Ohio 6th grader punished for saying gender-confused friend ‘is a boy, not a girl’

Ohio 6th grader punished for saying gender-confused friend ‘is a boy, not a girl’

on August 15, 2019, 4:04 PM / in State News

By Lianne Laurence (LifeSiteNews) — A sixth grade Ohio boy was pulled out of gym class in front of his classmates the day after his art teacher overheard him telling three girls his friend — who is “transitioning” to a girl — is “a boy, not a girl.” The 11-year-old had been warned by the assistant principal earlier that May […]

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The Beatings Will Continue Until Trade Talk Improves

on August 15, 2019, 3:20 PM / in National News, Opinion

By Greg Guenthner If you’re searching for relief this day, you won’t find it in the stock market. Futures are pointing to a lower open following yesterday’s drubbing. The Dow has shed as many as 200 points early this morning as recession and trade war jitters linger. Trump even fired off a series of tweets following yesterday’s 800-point Dow slide […]

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El Paso and Trump? And What Rhetoric Causes the Shooting of Whites?

El Paso and Trump? And What Rhetoric Causes the Shooting of Whites?

on August 15, 2019, 3:03 PM / in Opinion

By Selwyn Duke Ever since the El Paso shooting, talk of racism has been ratcheted up. Racism certainly is a problem, too, one accompanied by another problem: Those talking most about it appear to know least what it actually is. But try this on for size: How about when you emphasize only the relatively rare killings committed by one particular racial […]

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Thank You, Mr. President

on August 15, 2019, 2:59 PM / in Opinion

President Trump has shifted his rhetoric on Hong Kong in a positive direction and deserves thanks. I hope he will go further personally, but, for now, he is calling on China to deal “humanely” with the situation in Hong Kong. Concurrent to his statement, the State Department is calling on China to respect Hong Kong’s autonomy. These are all positive steps […]

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Stacey Abrams PAC Pushed $1.2 Million Over to Dark Money Entity

Stacey Abrams PAC Pushed $1.2 Million Over to Dark Money Entity

on August 15, 2019, 2:57 PM / in National News, State News

Fair Fight PAC sent funds to dark money group that will ramp up voter efforts in swing states By Joe Schoffstall  |  Washington Free Beacon A political action committee that is part of a network launched by failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams pushed $1.2 million over to a separate but affiliated dark money entity that plans to ramp […]

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Donald Trump’s Broken Promise To Protect The 2nd Amendment

on August 15, 2019, 2:53 PM / in Opinion

This column is an unapologetic appeal to action. In 2016, Donald Trump said, “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters.” He must still believe that, because after promising his supporters that he will protect the 2nd Amendment, he is right now in the process of enacting most of the […]

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Report: Epstein autopsy finds broken neck bones

on August 15, 2019, 7:28 AM / in National News

Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy found that he had several broken bones in his neck, The Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing two people familiar with the matter. The autopsy was conducted Sunday, the day after the financier and convicted sex offender was found dead, hanging by a sheet inside his cell at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center. Epstein’s hyoid bone was broken. Experts […]

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Is the Lottery Rigged? Did you know Epstein won 29.3 Million Lump Sum (after taxes) in Oklahoma’s Powerball lottery, July 2, 2008?

Is the Lottery Rigged? Did you know Epstein won 29.3 Million Lump Sum (after taxes) in Oklahoma’s Powerball lottery, July 2, 2008?

on August 15, 2019, 7:24 AM / in National News

H/T to Kathryn  via medium: A financial planning company based in Oklahoma City received $29.2 million on Monday on behalf of the Zorro Trust, which held the winning ticket from the July 2 drawing. The Daily Oklahoman, 26 Aug 2008: Trust keeps Powerball winner a mystery. Only Lottery Commission knows who is now $29.3 million richer. A financial planning company based in Oklahoma City […]

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Here Are the Best and Worst States for Retirement

Here Are the Best and Worst States for Retirement

on August 15, 2019, 7:21 AM / in National News

By Andrea Romano The state where you retire can greatly affect what retirement will be like. In a new study, Bankrate ranked all 50 states in several categories to determine the best — and the worst — for retirement. Even if you spent your working years in a city like New York City or Los Angeles, you’ll find that the best place to […]

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U.S. moves to seize Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar

on August 15, 2019, 7:08 AM / in News

The U.S. government has moved to take control of an Iranian oil tanker impounded in Gibraltar last month, the government of the British overseas territory said on Thursday. “U.S. Department of Justice has applied to seize the Grace 1 on a number of allegations which are now being considered,” Gibraltar officials said in a statement to NBC News. They said the […]

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The Second Amendment Cannot Afford Strategic Incompetence

The Second Amendment Cannot Afford Strategic Incompetence

on August 15, 2019, 6:53 AM / in Opinion

by Harold Hutchison By all rights, the fight to maintain our Second Amendment rights should have ended a long time ago. We know what the Founders of this country intended with regards to the right to keep and bear arms. The stats from the Justice Department should shoot down the flagship legislation (bans on modern, multi-purpose semi-automatic firearms) proposed by many of the Democrats running for president […]

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John Hickenlooper Likely to Leave the Race in the Democratic presidential primary

John Hickenlooper Likely to Leave the Race in the Democratic presidential primary

on August 15, 2019, 6:43 AM / in National News

By Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver The Democratic presidential primary field is likely to shrink today as former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to end his bid for the party’s nomination, bringing the field to 23 candidates (The Associated Press). Hickenlooper has struggled throughout his campaign and has been unable to gather momentum, including in two forgettable debate performances, […]

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Recession jitters and business uncertainty send U.S. stocks plummeting

Recession jitters and business uncertainty send U.S. stocks plummeting

on August 15, 2019, 6:38 AM / in National News

By Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver Fears of a looming U.S. recession became painfully evident on Wednesday as warning signs of a slowdown flashed around the world. U.S stocks suffered their worst day of losses this year — sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 800 points — after turmoil in the U.S. bond market and weak economic data from […]

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Police attacked in Philadelphia: Three vital responses

on August 15, 2019, 6:35 AM / in Opinion, Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison  “I thank God for these cops.” That’s the sentiment of a woman protected by police officers amid an unfolding crisis in Philadelphia last night. Officers went to a house to serve a state narcotics warrant when they came under fire. Nearby daycare centers with dozens of children inside were evacuated. Women were escorted from the building […]

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University Sources of Gender and Other Sexual Madness in Our Schools

University Sources of Gender and Other Sexual Madness in Our Schools

on August 15, 2019, 6:31 AM / in Opinion

By Michael S. Rozeff We have reached a point of utter madness where a child is ejected from a classroom for calling a boy a boy. How did this happen? Nuttiness like “gender studies” comes out of the universities. Universities divide academics into departments and fields. Gender studies in universities is a “bullshit” field that sprang from other bullshit fields, meaning […]

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The Dangerous Urge To Do Something

The Dangerous Urge To Do Something

on August 15, 2019, 6:24 AM / in Opinion

By Andrew P. Napolitano When tragedy strikes, as it did in two mass killings earlier this month, there is always the urge to pressure the government do something. Governments are animated by the belief that doing something — any demonstrable overt behavior — will show that they are in control. I understand the natural fears that good folks have that an […]

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TFA’s “Lets win in 2020” campaign training course – August 24, 2019 – Registration cutoff is August 16

on August 15, 2019, 6:19 AM / in Announcements

Registration ends Friday, August 16.  We have to have a base number of people enrolled by Friday to go forward with the class.  At this point, we only need 3 more to register.  Some of you have told me you are planning to come – but as of right now you have not registered.  Please do so immediately. Do you […]

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August 15th in History

August 15th in History

on August 15, 2019, 6:00 AM / in History

August 15 is the 227th day of the year (228th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 138 days remaining until the end of the year. Holidays Christian Feast Day: Feast day of the Assumption of Mary, one of the Catholic holy days of obligation. (a public holiday in Austria, Belgium, Benin, Bosnia, Burundi, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, […]

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