Iowa House advances budget bills as session hits 100th day

Iowa House advances budget bills as session hits 100th day DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa House Republicans got the ball rolling this week on the budget process as lawmakers hit an unofficial target for adjournment. A key House budget committee approved several spending bills on Tuesday, the 100th day of the session and the last day lawmakers receive daily reimbursements. Lawmakers will continue into […] Full Story
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Man faces deportation to Brazil, loses court appeal

Man faces deportation to Brazil, loses court appeal CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — An immigrant from Brazil who has lived in the United States for nearly 28 years has lost a court bid to stay and faces deportation this week. Lawyers for 65-year-old Elvecio Viana, of Nashua, New Hampshire, say he came to the U.S. on a visa. He recently filed papers for permanent […] Full Story
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New cabins at Lake Havasu State Park slated to open by June

New cabins at Lake Havasu State Park slated to open by June LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. (AP) — Officials say 13 new cabins are expected to open by June at a state park along the Colorado River in western Arizona. Today’s News-Herald reports construction on 13 of 20 planned cabins began in December as part the efforts to renovate Lake Havasu State Park, which has seen an […] Full Story
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Study: Diamond from the sky may have come from ‘lost planet’

Study: Diamond from the sky may have come from ‘lost planet’ BERLIN (AP) — Fragments of a meteorite that fell to Earth more than a decade ago provide compelling evidence of a lost planet that once roamed our solar system, according to a study published Tuesday. Researchers from Switzerland, France and Germany examined diamonds found inside the Almahata Sitta meteorite and concluded they were most likely […] Full Story
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Forum Member Carves Superb Maple Hunting Stock

Forum Member Carves Superb Maple Hunting Stock Believe it or not, this is the first stock Brett M. carved by hand. We’d say he did a darn good job! AccurateShooter Forum member Brett M. from Minnesota (aka Spitfire_er) recently completed a handsome laminated maple gunstock. This beauty wasn’t produced with a stock duplicator. It was made the old-fashioned way — by hand. After laminating three sections, Brett carved the complete stock with hand tools. You can see the entire carving process, start to finish, in Brett’s time lapse video. MUST-SEE time-lapse carving video. Every second…
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Forum Member Carves Superb Maple Hunting Stock

Forum Member Carves Superb Maple Hunting Stock Believe it or not, this is the first stock Brett M. carved by hand. We’d say he did a darn good job! AccurateShooter Forum member Brett M. from Minnesota (aka Spitfire_er) recently completed a handsome laminated maple gunstock. This beauty wasn’t produced with a stock duplicator. It was made the old-fashioned way — by hand. After laminating three sections, Brett carved the complete stock with hand tools. You can see the entire carving process, start to finish, in Brett’s time lapse video. MUST-SEE time-lapse carving video. Every second…
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The K-12 Code Can Stop Political Child Abuse

The K-12 Code Can Stop Political Child Abuse Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. To order the Freedom Center's latest pamphlet, "Leftist Indoctrination In Our K-12 Public Schools," click here or to learn more about the Center's Stop K-12 Indoctrination campaign, click here.   Hampton Middle School has a problem. The school in Hampton, Georgia managed to make national news twice in one week.  A sixth-grade teacher from the school was caught on tape ranting against Trump’s slogan of Make America…
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Puerto Rico to offload inmates to US from its ‘archaic’ prisons

Puerto Rico to offload inmates to US from its ‘archaic’ prisons Bankrupt Puerto Rico plans to save money by closing as many as a third of its jails and shipping inmates to mainland private prisons. The commonwealth is considering offloading some 3,200 prisoners, apparently to privately run lockups across the water, according to the latest fiscal turnaround plan. The island, crawling back from ruinous Hurricane Maria, said its 35 facilities are “archaic” and near capacity, and it can ill-afford to build new ones or retrofit the old. Moreover, the commonwealth has been looking to trim…
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Elvis Presley: The Searcher is the definitive movie about The King

Elvis Presley: The Searcher is the definitive movie about The King Elvis Presley probably spent more time in front of a movie camera than any other rock star of his era. He made young rebel melodramas, breezy musical comedies, and concert films—and that’s not even counting his hours and hours of appearances on TV variety shows. Yet there’s never been an Elvis picture quite like HBO’s…Read more... Full Story
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TEN-YEAR ANNIVERSARY

TEN-YEAR ANNIVERSARY Woo-hoo!  My blog is a decade old today.  The first entry is here, from 4/8/08. It’s been a fun ride for the most part, the rare, occasional troll notwithstanding. The few crackpots I’ve had to ban (commentary here is moderated) … Read more Full Story
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Why we need a real president in the White House

Why we need a real president in the White House AP/Manuel Balce Ceneta The problem with taking a stand, of course, is that then you have to live up to it. That is Trump’s problem in Syria right now, regardless of the actions that he chooses for the United States in the next day or so. The reports of an Assad government-sponsored chemical attack on his own people leave the president in a series of pickles: Trump called together his military advisers to say he wants to strike back in a punitive way in Syria,…
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“Walking While Black” Wins Paul Tobenkin Award

“Walking While Black” Wins Paul Tobenkin Award by ProPublica ProPublica reporter Topher Sanders and the Florida Times-Union’s Ben Conarck are the recipients of this year’s Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award for their joint investigation, “Walking While Black.” The story examined Jacksonville, Florida’s enforcement of pedestrian violations, showing sharp racial disparities in who gets stopped and penalized. ProPublica social visuals and graphics producer Lucas Waldron and data fellow Kate Rabinowitz, as well as ProPublica/Vox video fellow Ranjani Chakraborty, also contributed to the project. Sanders and Conarck looked into the issue after the emergence of viral video showing…
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Southern Indiana REMC getting $74M loan for infrastructure

Southern Indiana REMC getting $74M loan for infrastructure BROWNSTOWN, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana rural electric membership corporation is receiving a federal loan to upgrade its infrastructure. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this week that Jackson County REMC in Brownstown will receive a $74 million loan to build 84 miles of line and improve 32 miles to provide reliable, affordable electricity […] Full Story
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Board: Keep Idaho’s reading test statewide

Board: Keep Idaho’s reading test statewide BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho State Board of Education has come out against a legislative proposal seeking to revise the state’s 20-year-old reading test for young students. Board members announced Thursday they will oppose any legislation that would remove a statewide reading assessment. Lawmakers have been working behind closed doors for weeks on redesigning […] Full Story
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Board: Keep Idaho’s reading test statewide

Board: Keep Idaho’s reading test statewide BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho State Board of Education has come out against a legislative proposal seeking to revise the state’s 20-year-old reading test for young students. Board members announced Thursday they will oppose any legislation that would remove a statewide reading assessment. Lawmakers have been working behind closed doors for weeks on redesigning […] Full Story
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Voter registration system under auditor’s microscope

Voter registration system under auditor’s microscope ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — An audit of Minnesota’s voter registration system is about to be released, and it may shed light on claims that it’s too easy for ineligible people to vote. The legislative auditor’s office has been examining the system for months. One of the goals was to determine whether election-day registration, and […] Full Story
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Expert Reveals Huffington Post’s Anti-White Policy Is Likely Illegal

Expert Reveals Huffington Post’s Anti-White Policy Is Likely Illegal The Huffington Post deputy opinion editor shared her publication’s policy for promoting minority writers, yet creating a quota-like system based on race or gender could violate U.S. discrimination laws. In a series of tweets Wednesday night, HuffPost editor Chloe Angyal discussed the racial makeup of the news website’s opinion columnists for the month. One tweet seems to… The post Expert Reveals Huffington Post’s Anti-White Policy Is Likely Illegal appeared first on Conservative Tribune. Full Story
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Mike Pompeo’s Allies on the Anti-Muslim Right

Mike Pompeo's Allies on the Anti-Muslim Right Try this simple experiment. Take Mike Pompeo’s statements about Muslims, and his alliances with anti-Muslim bigots. Then imagine that he had made similar statements about Jews, and forged similar ties to anti-Semites. Then imagine the reaction if he were nominated for secretary of state.If the analogy appears farfetched, it’s only because, in the President Trump era, anti-Muslim bigotry is so pervasive that many of us have trouble recognizing it as bigotry at all.Two of Mike Pompeo’s close allies, Frank Gaffney and Brigitte Gabriel, are to American Muslims what…
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A look at the 7-barreled sea sweeper that was Nock’s volley gun (VIDEO)

A look at the 7-barreled sea sweeper that was Nock’s volley gun (VIDEO) Ian with Forgotten Weapons got his hands on a weird but massive musket that was designed to unleash a lot of pain all at once. An English engineer by the name of James Wilson developed a multi-barreled firearm in the mid-1770s that was a vast improvement on these devices usability in the field. The single weapon had seven .60-caliber barrels, one in the centerline with the other six clustered and brazed around it like a handful of flowers. Muskets of the day…
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Cooper to appoint North Carolina elections board this week

Cooper to appoint North Carolina elections board this week RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper will appoint members to a combined state elections and ethics board this week, even while he continues to fight in court over the legality of the board’s latest iteration. Cooper’s office announced the decision Wednesday, two days before a new law approved by Republicans last month […] Full Story
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Kudlow to be top White House economic adviser as Trump adds longtime loyalist

Kudlow to be top White House economic adviser as Trump adds longtime loyalist WASHINGTON — Larry Kudlow on Wednesday accepted an offer from President Donald Trump to head the White House’s National Economic Council, according to three people familiar with the decision. Kudlow had been seen as the front-runner, but Trump formally offered Kudlow the job Wednesday to replace former Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn, who resigned last […] Full Story
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Did Not Thank Donald Trump in Farewell Speech

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Did Not Thank Donald Trump in Farewell Speech In a farewell speech, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson thanked career diplomats, servicemembers and the American people, but did not thank President Donald Trump, who fired him hours earlier via tweet. Taking the podium at the State Department Tuesday afternoon, Tillerson said he would delegate “all responsibilities of the office of the secretary” to Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan at the end of the day, but that he will stay on until March 31, remaining to “address a few administrative matters”…
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Aurora man charged in DuPage County with buying gun for gang member

Aurora man charged in DuPage County with buying gun for gang member An Aurora man has been charged with illegally buying firearms, allegedly to sell to a street gang member, and then lying about it to police, according to DuPage County prosecutors. Latrell English, 22, of the 1300 block of Normantown Road, is charged with unlawful purchase of a firearm with intent... Full Story
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University president to payback travel costs found in audit

University president to payback travel costs found in audit AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The president of the University of Texas in Austin will reimburse the university $27,000 after an audit found he and his wife violated the school’s travel policy by flying premium class rather than economy on about 50 flights. The Austin American-Statesman reports an internal audit found President Greg Fenves and his […] Full Story
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GE reshapes board after retroactively cutting profits

GE reshapes board after retroactively cutting profits BOSTON (AP) — Days after revealing that it must restate two years of earnings, General Electric Co. is reshaping its board of directors. GE said Friday that it must retroactively cut its 2016 per-share earnings by 13 cents, and by 16 cents for 2017. It’s adopting new accounting standards for 2018 with the Securities and […] Full Story
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Critics, supporters of chief justice nominee rally bases

Critics, supporters of chief justice nominee rally bases HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Critics and supporters of Connecticut chief justice nominee Andrew McDonald have been rallying their bases in advance of a legislative hearing on his confirmation. The General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee is scheduled to question McDonald and hear testimony from the public Monday. McDonald, 51, an associate justice of the state’s highest court […] Full Story
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2018 state ballots could seek revised redistricting criteria

2018 state ballots could seek revised redistricting criteria A look at proposed redistricting initiatives that have been approved to appear on statewide ballots this year or for which supporters have collected signatures in an attempt to qualify them. Other proposals are earlier in the initiative process. OHIO Issue: Proposed constitutional amendment on May 8 ballot affecting congressional redistricting. Status quo: Congress: 12 Republicans, […] Full Story
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AUNTIE MAXINE Goes Off Script – Compares President Trump to Communist Tyrant Kim Jong Un (VIDEO)

AUNTIE MAXINE Goes Off Script – Compares President Trump to Communist Tyrant Kim Jong Un (VIDEO) Democrat Maxine Waters (D-CA) lashed out at President Donald Trump on Saturday at the the California Democrat Party Convention. Auntie Maxine called for Trump’s impeachment for the 100th time and then she went off screipt. Maxine Waters compared President Trump to North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un. Rep. Maxine Waters: I said that he should be impeached and they said ‘Don’t use that word.’ Don’t say anything about impeachment. The Republicans will only use this against us. Democrats, I…
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Fire and Fury author and Tony Blair accuse each other of lying

Fire and Fury author and Tony Blair accuse each other of lying Michael Wolff calls ex-PM ‘complete liar’ after he dismisses claims about dealings with Trump’s White House The former prime minister Tony Blair and the American author Michael Wolff have accused each other of lying, as the row about Blair’s dealings with Donald Trump’s White House reignited.Wolff, whose bestselling book Fire and Fury presents a remarkable and highly negative account of Trump’s first year in office, said on Sunday that Blair was a “complete liar” in the way he dismissed claims in the book.…
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Mexican president’s US visit called off after border wall row with Trump

Mexican president's US visit called off after border wall row with Trump Enrique Peña Nieto visit delayed after phone spat with US president over Mexico’s refusal to pay for wallDonald Trump and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto postponed plans for the leader’s first visit to the White House, after a testy phone call involving Trump’s push for a border wall, a senior US official said on Saturday.The official said: “The two leaders agreed now was not the immediate right time for a visit but that they would have their teams continue to talk and…
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A husband’s death. A pile of bills. Now what?

A husband's death. A pile of bills. Now what? Dear Liz: After my husband died, I was in shock and really not in my right mind for at least a year, but really more. During this time I didn’t pay attention to bills. Only the ones that were getting shut off got paid. Now I’m behind on several credit cards that I’ve had for years. I can’t keep... Full Story
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Iraq War physicians reunite in Bismarck after years

Iraq War physicians reunite in Bismarck after years BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Two physicians, one American and one Iraqi, reunited in Bismarck after forging a bond while working together during the Iraq War. Dr. Craig Lambrecht served as a field surgeon for a troop medical clinic in Iraq, where he met Dr. Firas Egal. Egal worked with the U.S. Army translating for patients […] Full Story
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Govt agency says staffer fired after profane Trump tweet

Govt agency says staffer fired after profane Trump tweet South Carolina’s public health agency says an employee has been fired after posting a profanity-laced message critical of President Donald Trump. A tweet posted Wednesday from the Department of Health and Environmental Control’s official account called Trump a “tool,” modified by an expletive and had #ParklandStudentsSpeak attached. Since last week’s deadly shooting, students at Marjory […] Full Story
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New Mexico puts breaks on four-day school schedules

New Mexico puts breaks on four-day school schedules SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is threatening to cut off funding at schools that try and switch to a four-day week as the practice has spread to more than 40 percent of public school districts across the state. State education officials and lawmakers say it’s not clear that students and working families are […] Full Story
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New U.S. criminal charges filed under seal in Manafort case

New U.S. criminal charges filed under seal in Manafort case WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New sealed criminal charges have been filed in federal court in the criminal case brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller against President Donald Trump's former campaign aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, a court record seen by Reuters on Wednesday showed. Full Story
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MRC Announces Campaign: Hold ‘The View’ Advertisers Accountable for Anti-Christian Hate

MRC Announces Campaign: Hold 'The View' Advertisers Accountable for Anti-Christian Hate The Media Research Center on Wednesday announced a campaign to hold ABC's advertisers accountable for the anti-Christian bigotry spewed on The View. We are encouraging our grassroots army to call The View’s sponsors and let them know how upset you are about a show that smears Christians as “dangerous” and “mentally ill.”  Full Story
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Mike Rowe Sounds of on the Shooting in Florida

Mike Rowe Sounds of on the Shooting in Florida Once again, Mike Rowe proves himself to be better than our current culture deserves. In the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Rowe was unusually quiet about the tragedy. Some of his readers wondered why he had chosen to stay quiet. Rowe recently posted this question from a reader on his Facebook page: Off the Wall “Dear Mike. Where have you been? Your words are needed…” Susan Collins Rowe graciously explained… in his regular, indomitable, thoughtful, and kind…
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Mexican network fires producer after actress’ allegation

Mexican network fires producer after actress’ allegation MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s largest television network said Wednesday it has severed ties with independent producer Gustavo Loza after actress Karla Souza said she was raped early in her career by a producer she did not name. Loza denied that Souza’s accusation was directed at him, and called on her to name the producer […] Full Story
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The Air Pollutants in Your Medicine Cabinet

The Air Pollutants in Your Medicine Cabinet On the final day of April 2010, unbeknown to most locals, a small fleet of specialists and equipment from the U.S. government descended on the seas and skies around Los Angeles.A “Hurricane Hunter” Lockheed P-3 flew in from Denver. The U.S. Navy vessel Atlantis loitered off the coast of Santa Monica. Orbiting satellites took special measurements. And dozens of scientists set up temporary labs across the basin, in empty Pasadena parking lots and at the peak of Mount Wilson.This was all part of a massive U.S. government study…
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Appellate court reinstates $3.5 million jury verdict in fatal Chicago police shooting

Appellate court reinstates $3.5 million jury verdict in fatal Chicago police shooting The Illinois Appellate Court on Tuesday overturned a controversial decision by a Cook County judge and reinstated a jury’s $3.5 million verdict against the city of Chicago in the fatal 2011 police shooting of a black teenager. The unanimous opinion said Judge Elizabeth Budzinski erred when she... Full Story
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Jeffrey Tambor: Transparent star fired over sexual harassment claims

Jeffrey Tambor: Transparent star fired over sexual harassment claims After an investigation, which the lead star of the Amazon comedy-drama called ‘deeply flawed’, the Emmy winner will not return for future seasonsJeffrey Tambor has been dropped from the Emmy-winning Amazon comedy-drama Transparent after sexual harassment allegations. Related: Loss leader: can a TV show continue without its main character? Continue reading... Full Story
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Norman Rockwell Museum explores possible expansion

Norman Rockwell Museum explores possible expansion STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The Norman Rockwell Museum in Massachusetts is exploring the purchase of another building in which to establish a first-of-its-kind national center for illustration education and research. The Stockbridge museum announced Tuesday it is exploring the feasibility of purchasing the old Stockbridge Town Hall, which has been vacant for a decade since […] Full Story
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Shaheen to give address on Russian interference in politics

Shaheen to give address on Russian interference in politics HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is going to give an address at Dartmouth College entitled “Russian Interference in American Politics and Cyber Threats to Our Democracy.” She’s scheduled to speak Friday at the Hopkins Center for the Arts in Alumni Hall. Following her speech, Shaheen will be joined by Dartmouth Professor […] Full Story
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Shaheen to give address on Russian interference in politics

Shaheen to give address on Russian interference in politics HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is going to give an address at Dartmouth College entitled “Russian Interference in American Politics and Cyber Threats to Our Democracy.” She’s scheduled to speak Friday at the Hopkins Center for the Arts in Alumni Hall. Following her speech, Shaheen will be joined by Dartmouth Professor […] Full Story
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Josh Brolin’s Cable Brings the Mayhem and a Teddy Bear in the New Deadpool 2 Trailer

Josh Brolin’s Cable Brings the Mayhem and a Teddy Bear in the New Deadpool 2 Trailer Prepare for an epic face-off between Ryan Reynolds’s smart-mouthed anti-superhero Deadpool and Josh Brolin’s mysterious, futuristic villain Cable in the new Deadpool movie, according to a new trailer dropped by 20th Century Fox on Wednesday. With characteristic wit, Reynolds-as-Wade-Wilson narrates the trailer, breaking the fourth wall repeatedly to explain what’s going on onscreen. (Hint: it involves a lot of action sequences and a lego reenactment of a fight, killing time while the special effects department makes their magic happen.)…
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Read: Devin Nunes’ FISA memo

Read: Devin Nunes' FISA memo The White House on Friday declassified a partisan and bitterly disputed memo on the Russia investigation carrying allegations of what the president and many congressional Republicans say is FBI misconduct involving the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, or FISA court, its its Russia... Full Story
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Brand New Bill Would Allow Schools to Finally Bring the Bible Back to the Classroom

Brand New Bill Would Allow Schools to Finally Bring the Bible Back to the Classroom The West Virginia state Senate is considering a bill that would require all schools to provide an elective course on the Bible. The proposed legislation would require public and private schools to offer a course that would cover either Hebrew scriptures, the Old Testament or the New Testament, WHSV-TV reported. Republican state Sens. Mike Azinger… The post Brand New Bill Would Allow Schools to Finally Bring the Bible Back to the Classroom appeared first on Conservative Tribune. Full Story
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Judges: North Carolina must redraw GOP’s gerrymandered map

Judges: North Carolina must redraw GOP’s gerrymandered map RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Federal judges ruled Tuesday that North Carolina’s congressional district map drawn by legislative Republicans is illegally gerrymandered due to excessive partisanship that gave GOP a rock-solid advantage for most seats and must quickly be redone. The ruling marks the second time this decade that the GOP’s congressional boundaries in North Carolina […] Full Story
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How to Reform Remedial Education

How to Reform Remedial Education Last month, during a hearing before California lawmakers on the need to reform remedial education—the system that aims to ready underprepared students for college-level work—a student testified that because his test scores required him to take one year’s worth of remedial education, he would have to scramble to figure out how to pay another year’s rent, school fees, and transportation. While he completed his remedial coursework and went on to college-level work, he wanted a better system for his younger brother. Remedial education held real promise at its origin. It…
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WATCH: Former Senior DEA Official Drops ‘Very Strange’ Truth About Obama Admin-Hezbollah Bombshell

WATCH: Former Senior DEA Official Drops ‘Very Strange’ Truth About Obama Admin-Hezbollah Bombshell  One former Drug Enforcement Administration agent is describing the Obama administration’s alleged actions to protect Hezbollah as “very strange.” Derek Maltz, who was quoted in Politico’s bombshell report suggesting former President Barack Obama interfered with a DEA probe of Hezbollah in order to safeguard the Iran nuclear deal, discussed the matter Thursday with Shannon Bream of Fox News. […] The post WATCH: Former Senior DEA Official Drops ‘Very Strange’ Truth About Obama Admin-Hezbollah Bombshell appeared first on True Pundit. Full Story
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San Francisco man gets 27 years for lighting partner on fire

San Francisco man gets 27 years for lighting partner on fire SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A San Francisco man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for severely burning his girlfriend during a dispute at a coin laundry. The San Francisco Chronicle reported Thursday that 27-year-old Dexter Oliver was sentenced to state prison for the Jan. 6, 2013 attack. The 30-year-old victim told Oliver that […] Full Story
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Viridian Announces New E Series Laser for Ruger Security-9

Viridian Announces New E Series Laser for Ruger Security-9 Viridian Announces New E Series Laser for Ruger Security-9MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -(Ammoland.com)- Viridian Weapon Technologies has released a new E Series red laser sight designed exclusively for the Ruger Security-9 semi-automatic 9mm pistol.Viridian’s universal C Series and X Series laser/light combos are also compatible with the brand new Security-9 handgun. All laser models, including the new E Series red laser, can be purchased online or at select retailers.Viridian’s E Series laser sight is made for the everyday conceal and carry owner who demands the most powerful red…
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