Archive for October 13th, 2019

Michigan football a part of ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’ coverage at Penn State next week

Michigan football a part of ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’ coverage at Penn State next week

on October 13, 2019, 8:47 AM / in Football

“College GameDay,” ESPN’s popular pregame show, will visit State College for Michigan football‘s clash against No. 9 Penn State this upcoming weekend. The show announced its decision late Saturday night, shortly after the Nittany Lions’ 17-12 road win over Iowa. Michigan’s game against Penn State will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday on ABC. U-M is no stranger to “GameDay”. Last season, […]

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Climate Protesters Caught Hiding Gas Generator in Their Camp, Politician Says

on October 13, 2019, 8:14 AM / in State News

By Jared Harris | The Western Journal Climate activists love to repeat the phrase “our house is on fire.” Planet Earth, they assert, is at risk of a total ecological collapse that could be the end of humanity as we know it. Groups like Extinction Rebellion seem to like this phrase — a simple but effective mental image that instills just the right amount of fear […]

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THE “SAFE DRIVERS ACT” IS A REAL-TIME NATIONAL DRIVER SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM

THE “SAFE DRIVERS ACT” IS A REAL-TIME NATIONAL DRIVER SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM

on October 13, 2019, 8:03 AM / in National News, Opinion

This article was originally published my Mass Private I at Activist Post.  A new Senate bill would create a real-time national driver surveillance program that would allow law enforcement to know anything and everything about a driver at the click of a button. A recent article in WCVB Channel 5 revealed that the “Safe Drivers Act” is designed for one purpose and that is to share everything […]

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Edwards Will Face Rispone In Louisiana Runoff

Edwards Will Face Rispone In Louisiana Runoff

on October 13, 2019, 8:00 AM / in State News

“Republican millionaire Eddie Rispone, making his first bid for public office, edged his way into a Nov. 16 runoff with incumbent Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards,” the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. “By a margin of about 50,000 votes, Rispone, of Baton Rouge, beat his Republican rival, U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham, to face off with Edwards, who led the field Saturday night but […]

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Georgia health care task force looks at saving state more than a billion dollars

Georgia health care task force looks at saving state more than a billion dollars

on October 13, 2019, 7:57 AM / in State News

A group of Georgia lawmakers and health care stakeholders continued their deep dive into Georgia’s health care system on Wednesday. The Task Force on Healthcare Access and Cost held its second meeting at the state capitol aimed at examining cost reduction measures and barriers to health care access in the state. Members of the task force, which consists of medical […]

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New on LGBT issues and the law: religious tax exemptions, Title VII coverage

on October 13, 2019, 7:55 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Walter Olson On Thursday evening, “at a CNN candidate forum on gay rights, CNN’s Don Lemon asked Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke: ‘religious institutions like colleges, churches, charities. Should they lose their tax-exempt status if they oppose same-sex marriage?’ O’Rourke answered ‘Yes’.” But O’Rourke’s dead wrong as a matter of politics, policy, and law, as I explain Friday post at Cato. […]

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Meet The Futuristic, Fully-Autonomous Concept Truck Without A Cab

Meet The Futuristic, Fully-Autonomous Concept Truck Without A Cab

on October 13, 2019, 7:49 AM / in International News

Swedish manufacturer Scania has introduced a brand new “futuristic fully autonomous concept truck without a cab” called AXL, according to Tuvie. The vehicle is described as a “heavy-duty self-driving vehicle” and was designed by a group of Scania experts from different fields. It features the company’s modular system at the core of its design and could be used in many industries that are seeking out […]

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AFSCME 75 Vows No Financial Support to Legislators Who Backed PERS Reform

AFSCME 75 Vows No Financial Support to Legislators Who Backed PERS Reform

on October 13, 2019, 7:45 AM / in State News

Story by Mike Nearman  |  Freedom Foundation During this past legislative session, the Oregon State Legislature passed Senate Bill 1049, a measure designed to help begin to fix Oregon’s $27 billion unfunded pension liability. The bill, which received bi-partisan support, would require public employees to set aside a portion of their own salaries to fund the deficit. Government unions seethed. Both […]

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U.N. Cries Poor: Cash Crisis Sees Water Coolers Empty, Meetings and Foreign Travel Slashed

U.N. Cries Poor: Cash Crisis Sees Water Coolers Empty, Meetings and Foreign Travel Slashed

on October 13, 2019, 7:42 AM / in International News

The United Nations has begun a series of cutbacks at its New York headquarters, starting with the heating being turned down, the diplomats’ bar shuttering early at 5pm and meetings canceled along with diminished first class global travel budgets. The cause of the tightening purse strings is simple. As Breitbart News reported, the globalist organization is running a deficit or $230 […]

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An interesting position to be in…..

on October 13, 2019, 7:42 AM / in History

“The Federal Reserve … is in the position of the chaperone who has ordered the punch bowl removed just when the party was really warming up.”  William McChesney Martin, the ninth and longest running Chairman of the Federal Reserve

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Libs Killed California — And They Blame Trump!

Libs Killed California — And They Blame Trump!

on October 13, 2019, 7:28 AM / in Opinion

Rush Limbaugh Then we go to California, the news out of California. Californians have voted for Democrats for two or three decades now, and these Democrats have passed laws and have ignored basic forest management to appease rabid, insane, lunatic environmentalist wackos, and now they’re facing the prospect of their power being cut off before fires start because it’s almost […]

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The Angel of Auschwitz

The Angel of Auschwitz

on October 13, 2019, 7:26 AM / in History

Beyond Band of Brothers Forced into an inhumane situation, Gisella Perl saved women’s lives by performing abortions on them Gisella Perl was born into a Hungarian Jewish family in 1907 in the town of Máramarossziget (located in present-day Romania). She graduated from high school as the first in her class, even though she was the only girl and the only […]

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California governor signs law forcing colleges to offer students abortion pills

California governor signs law forcing colleges to offer students abortion pills

on October 13, 2019, 7:14 AM / in State News

(LifeSiteNews) – California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law yesterday a bill (SB 24) forcing his state’s public universities to dispense the abortion pill on campus. The abortion pill – “medication abortion” or “chemcial abortion” – is actually two pills, one to deprive a developing pre-born baby of the nutrition he needs and then one to induce contractions. The first pill […]

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University Professor says Spongebob is a ‘violent,’ ‘racist’ colonizer

University Professor says Spongebob is a ‘violent,’ ‘racist’ colonizer

on October 13, 2019, 7:12 AM / in National News

A professor at the University of Washington recently penned an article in “The Contemporary Pacific: A Journal of Island Affairs,” about the children’s cartoon “SpongeBob SquarePants,” claiming it perpetuates a legacy of violence against the indigenous people of the Pacific. Not being a SpongeBob fan, I can’t see the reason for bringing it up, but what do I know…… From foxnews.com […]

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FARRELL: ARREST OF GIULIANI ASSOCIATES IS LIKELY TO DAMAGE, NOT RESTORE, AMERICA’S FAITH IN JUSTICE SYSTEM

FARRELL: ARREST OF GIULIANI ASSOCIATES IS LIKELY TO DAMAGE, NOT RESTORE, AMERICA’S FAITH IN JUSTICE SYSTEM

on October 13, 2019, 7:07 AM / in Opinion

Chris Farrell’s op-ed for The Daily Caller: “The latest twist in the ongoing “Ukrainian mania” possessing America’s news media is the indictment of Ukrainian businessmen Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman on federal charges of funneling money to American political campaigns in order to influence U.S. policy on Ukraine. You are supposed to believe, through innuendo (of course) that they have […]

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Another Federal Judge Spits In The Face Of The Supreme Court

Another Federal Judge Spits In The Face Of The Supreme Court

on October 13, 2019, 6:55 AM / in Opinion

by Bonchie |  RedState.com Stop me if you’ve seen this movie before. Another federal judge has decided that Trump building a border wall through his emergency declaration is illegal. This came from Judge David Briones, a Clinton appointee (shocked face). His reasoning is as specious as the first judge that tried this. Another federal judge ruled against President Trump’s use of […]

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Biden Sez Trump Promotes White Supremacy in Code

Biden Sez Trump Promotes White Supremacy in Code

on October 13, 2019, 6:51 AM / in Opinion

by Rev. Austin Miles This explains it all.  And it is classic.  All the hate filled words Democrats say that Trump said were actually told in code by Trump, this way nobody would know–so burped Joe Biden on CBS TV News today, Wednesday August 7th. I kid you not. This columnist saw that news cast.  So President Trump promotes White Supremacy in […]

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In NYC the Term ‘Illegal Alien’ Can Cost You $250,000

In NYC the Term ‘Illegal Alien’ Can Cost You $250,000

on October 13, 2019, 6:48 AM / in State News

The Left escalates its war on the First Amendment. The September 26, 2019 edition of the Washington Times included an article, NYC bans calling someone an ‘illegal alien’ or threatening to contact ICE that began with the following excerpt: New York City has made it against the law to call someone an “illegal alien” or threaten them by calling immigration officials on […]

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First Person To Walk In Space, Alexei Leonov, Dies At 85

First Person To Walk In Space, Alexei Leonov, Dies At 85

on October 13, 2019, 6:41 AM / in People

The very first person to walk in space passed away earlier this week. Russian media outlets reported on Friday that 85-year-old Russian astronaut Alexei Leonov died in Moscow, following an ongoing struggle with his health. Leonov made history on March 18, 1965 when he exited his capsule and became the first person to walk in space. Russian President Vladimir Putin […]

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NSSF WELCOMES FEDERAL COURT’S DISMISSAL OF CASE AGAINST FIREARMS MANUFACTURERS

on October 13, 2019, 6:31 AM / in National News

The NSSF: The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) welcomes the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio Eastern Divisions dismissal with prejudice of the Primus Group v. Smith & Wesson, et. al. case. The decision was delivered Oct. 9, brushing aside the frivolous claims against several AR-15 firearms manufacturers, including Smith & Wesson, Remington Arms Company, Sig Sauer, Sturm, Ruger […]

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