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Those who disregard truth hurt animal rights cause

on October 30, 2013, 4:39 PM / in Opinion

I decided to keep this Jackson Sun Editorial for several reasons… one reason is they are correct in their position of harm based on the perception of truth… wished they had remembered that during my election when they decided to believe the lies instead of the truth… and 2 because they, like so many others, love giving fictional rights to […]

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New judge appointed to hear Woolfork appeal

New judge appointed to hear Woolfork appeal

on October 30, 2013, 8:45 AM / in Local News, News

If you don’t like the way it turned out… you can always asked again… till you find the right one to agree…. the county government had best ask fast…….. Madison County Court Clerk Kathy Blount said Senior Judge Paul Summers, who is based in Davidson County, was appointed Tuesday to preside over the appeal of an order of protection issued […]

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Notes from Around the Block

Notes from Around the Block

on October 30, 2013, 8:36 AM / in National News, News

President Obama will nominate Rhea S. Suh to be the Interior Department’s assistant secretary for fish and wildlife and parks, Interior announced Tuesday evening. If confirmed by the Senate, she would “oversee and coordinate policy decisions” for the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior said. Suh has been Interior’s assistant secretary for policy, management and […]

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Speaking truth to Obama’s lies

Speaking truth to Obama’s lies

on October 30, 2013, 8:15 AM / in National News, News

Jackie’s Note: It’s about time some of these no-so-bright-bulbs got a dose of reality! From Sharon Daniel To: Lynn Stuter Thank you for contacting the Office of the Insurance Commissioner.  Commissioner Kreidler has asked me to respond on his behalf. I understand your frustration. Under the health reform law, each health plan has to cover the ten essential health benefits, […]

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Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court

Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court

on October 30, 2013, 8:03 AM / in National News, News

Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote on Anti-Gun Judge for Nation’s Second-Highest Court Ask your Senator to oppose the gun-hating nominee, Robert Wilkins The Senate Judiciary Committee will soon begin the first step in taking anti-gun judges and “court-packing” them into what is widely regarded as the nation’s second-most-important court — the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. And, unlike anti-gun judges […]

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ASA Ohio Expresses Opposition to PartsTrader in Letter to State Farm CEO

ASA Ohio Expresses Opposition to PartsTrader in Letter to State Farm CEO

on October 30, 2013, 8:01 AM / in National News, News

Editor’s Note: Single source system… look familiar! The Automotive Service Association of Ohio (ASA Ohio) has sent a letter to State Farm CEO Ed Rust Jr. expressing the association’s opposition against any insurer-mandated parts ordering system. In the letter, ASA Ohio President Joe Sanfillipo III explains the association’s concerns surrounding State Farm’s new policy, which requires all collision repair shops […]

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Colorado 7th Graders, Parents, Required To Take “Righty/Lefty” Survey

Colorado 7th Graders, Parents, Required To Take “Righty/Lefty” Survey

on October 30, 2013, 6:45 AM / in National News, News

This article comes to us via StandUpfortheTruth.com website. Today we received an email from one of our Stand Up For The Truth listeners about a very disturbing assignment given in the Aurora Public School District in Colorado: “Attached is an assignment given to my 12-year-old great-nephew in his 7th grade social studies class. It is an outrage, and I’m so […]

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Man Accidentally Tries to Rob Bank Thanks to Concern over Concealed Carry Holder

Man Accidentally Tries to Rob Bank Thanks to Concern over Concealed Carry Holder

on October 30, 2013, 6:02 AM / in National News, News

By Nick Leghorn   Original Post Kudos to Sipsey Street Irregular’s for the heads up. It’s a Saturday afternoon in Connecticut and you’re out running errands when you decide to pop into the bank. You walk in and notice that there’s a guy with a gun hanging around the place. Being in Connecticut, you’ve been conditioned to see “gun” and think […]

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Montana Collision Repairers Support SCRS Position on Insurer Mandates

Montana Collision Repairers Support SCRS Position on Insurer Mandates

on October 29, 2013, 12:49 PM / in National News, News

Original Post The Montana Collision Repair Specialists (MCRS) has announced that it is in full support and agreement with the Society of Collision Repair Specialists’ (SCRS) position statement on insurer mandates. “We do not believe these programs enhance the interest of the consumer or the small businesses serving them,” read a statement by MCRS. “We support free enterprise and believe […]

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Indiana Auto Body Association Organizes Petition Against Insurer-Mandated Parts Programs

Indiana Auto Body Association Organizes Petition Against Insurer-Mandated Parts Programs

on October 29, 2013, 12:47 PM / in National News, News

Editor’s Note: It appears that insurance companies are positioning themselves in the market place somewhat like the godfathers of old, our parts or nothing… a little different than “swimmin with the fishes” but the result is the same. Original Post The Indiana Auto Body Association (IABA) has organized a petition to stop insurer-mandated parts procurement programs and is urging collision […]

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Metro pulled out his flowers, but guerrilla gardener pops back up in Dupont Circle

Metro pulled out his flowers, but guerrilla gardener pops back up in Dupont Circle

on October 29, 2013, 12:39 PM / in National News, News

View Photo Gallery — Guerrilla gardener returns to Dupont Circle: Seeking “artistic closure,” guerrilla gardener Henry Docter manages to install a large cube filled with comments about his phantom plantings at the Dupont Metro Circle station. By Michelle Boorstein, It was short and dramatic, but on Sunday, the Phantom Planter got his revenge. Early this summer, guerrilla gardener Henry Docter surreptitiously […]

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What would you tell your child?

What would you tell your child?

on October 29, 2013, 10:00 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

Next week, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) — a radical bill that seeks to put transgenders in classrooms — is coming before the U.S. Senate.  You did not misread that sentence: ENDA would force schools to keep and hire transgendered teachers in classrooms with children as young as 6 years old. Parents have the sole right to make decisions as […]

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News from around the Block

News from around the Block

on October 29, 2013, 9:57 AM / in News, State News

Kent Wall to head Davidson County Election Commission As it tries to put a turbulent period behind it, the Republican-led Davidson County Election Commission has turned to an outsider from the business world for leadership. Along party lines, the election commission voted 3-2 on Monday to hire Kent Wall as its new elections administrator, selecting him over a candidate with […]

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Ex-congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. checks in to famous federal prison in NC

Ex-congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. checks in to famous federal prison in NC

on October 29, 2013, 8:50 AM / in National News, News

By M. Alex Johnson, Staff Writer, NBC News Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., reported to one of the cushiest federal prisons Monday to begin his 2½-year sentence for stealing $750,000 in campaign funds to pay for high-end swag like vacations, furs and even one of Michael Jackson’s hats. Jackson, the son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., a  two-time […]

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COMMON CORE – NEW NAME, OLD AGENDA

COMMON CORE – NEW NAME, OLD AGENDA

on October 29, 2013, 8:23 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

It seems that parents, across the United States, are upset and angry about Common Core. Ummmm, folks, I really have to ask – where you’all been all these years? Systems education is called by lot of different names – Outcome-based Education; Proficiency-Based Education; Performance-Based Education, Competency-Based Education, Standards-Based Education … It’s called “education reform” by your local teachers and administrators […]

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Hitler finds out about Obamacare Exchange Problems

on October 29, 2013, 8:17 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Alright its fun time……

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The Problem with the X & Y Generation

The Problem with the X & Y Generation

on October 29, 2013, 8:11 AM / in Opinion

By Taylor Caldwell Theories “We, perhaps, have corrupted our children and our grandchildren by heedless affluence, by a lack of manliness, by giving the younger generation more money and liberty than their youth can handle, by indoctrinating them with sinister ideologies and false values, by permitting them, as young children, to indulge themselves in imprudence to superiors and defiance of […]

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Valentines? Valentines?

Valentines? Valentines?

on October 29, 2013, 8:04 AM / in Opinion

Editor’s Note: This will make a few of you mad… and you will assume that this is the view of the writers, publisher, and editor of this paper and in some way, you may be right. So if you are sensitive in nature, easily upset, or just take things personally, I would ask that you not read this article. However, if you […]

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Ebony…

Ebony…

on October 29, 2013, 7:46 AM / in News

Well, In spite my  big hopes that Ebony would be male –  it turns out Ebony is Miss Ebony. The bossman has not made a decision at this point if he will keep her here or not.  Keeping her means she will have to be *fixed* so as to not bring forth any little black furry babies in the future. […]

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State Textbook Commission meeting, October 23

State Textbook Commission meeting, October 23

on October 29, 2013, 7:35 AM / in Local News, News, State News

On October 23rd, the State Textbook Commission convened in their specially called meeting held in the Davy Crockett building.  You will recall that at their regularly scheduled meeting on October 7th, history was made when no one on the Commission would even make a motion to adopt the list of Social Studies textbooks submitted to the Commission. See details HERE. […]

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