Posts Tagged “News”

“I Don’t Know”: Salt Lake City Police Baffled As HUNDREDS Suddenly Disappear

“I Don’t Know”: Salt Lake City Police Baffled As HUNDREDS Suddenly Disappear

Salt Lake City Police and other officials are baffled by the sudden disappearance of approximately 1,200 homeless people in the last month. Officials in Salt Lake City are mystified by the disappearance of hundreds of homeless people who have been living on city streets. The areas around the downtown emergency shelter have traditionally been the…

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Court Upholds Constitution, Judge’s Signature REQUIRED As “Landmark” Case Reaches Epic Finale

Court Upholds Constitution, Judge’s Signature REQUIRED As “Landmark” Case Reaches Epic Finale

Thursday’s decision will have far-reaching significance impacting agencies up and down the scale. The District of Columbia Court of Appeals upheld and strengthened the Constitution by declaring that “stingray” cell-site replicas are a “search.” Bringing a conclusion to the case of Prince Jones v. United States, the final order has been called a “landmark ruling…

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“I Heard It All”: Police Chief Speechless As Prison Inmates Break Out To Do The Unthinkable

“I Heard It All”: Police Chief Speechless As Prison Inmates Break Out To Do The Unthinkable

Holmes County Sheriff Willie March confirmed that four inmates escaped prison and then sneaked back in after committing a nearby robbery. In a bizarre case of an almost perfect crime, four Mississippi inmates made an appearance at the Lexington Police station on Tuesday on charges of breaking out of jail. However, that’s not what’s really bizarre…

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Hillary, Here is What Happened

WASHINGTON — What did I tell you? Late in November of last year, after the presidential election that finally ended Bill and Hillary Clinton’s 24-year pursuit of power in Washington, D.C., and diminishment of the Democratic Party, I wrote that they were finished. I had consulted my sources. What is more, I reported that on…

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Women Championed Civil War Monuments

Women Championed Civil War Monuments

If you look at photos of the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally, the participants are entirely white and almost exclusively male. While the so-called alt-right make rape threats to women and insult their enemies by attacking their masculinity, their adoption of Confederate culture would not be possible without a group of Southern women who bucked gender roles and installed…

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NY Board Hands Cop Horrid Charges As Liberals Demand He’s To Pay For ‘Victims’ Obesity

NY Board Hands Cop Horrid Charges As Liberals Demand He’s To Pay For ‘Victims’ Obesity

Chairman of the Civilian Complaint Review Board Richard Emery was part of the group who are recommending that Daniel Pantaleo face charges of dismissal for his legitimate actions in 2014. One police officer in New York is facing a number of criminal lawsuits and the end of his career simply because an arrest incident that…

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The Welfare State’s Legacy

That the problems of today’s black Americans are a result of a legacy of slavery, racial discrimination and poverty has achieved an axiomatic status, thought to be self-evident and beyond question. This is what academics and the civil rights establishment have taught. But as with so much of what’s claimed by leftists, there is little…

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22 States Make BOLD Pact As State Leaders Gather In Arizona For A Bold Constitutional Change

22 States Make BOLD Pact As State Leaders Gather In Arizona For A Bold Constitutional Change

Wrangling the $20 Trillion National Debt is something Americans can get behind. The 110-degree heat in Phoenix only served as the backdrop but inside the air-conditioned House chamber at the Arizona Capitol last week, the debate was just as hot. Delegates from twenty-two states met to hammer out details of a radical resolution. The monumental…

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Liberal Oregon Cracks Down, Government Overreach Targets “Illegal” Boaters

Liberal Oregon Cracks Down, Government Overreach Targets “Illegal” Boaters

Boat seizures can cost the state ten thousand dollars each time. Many residents of Oregon enjoy spending time outside. It is not unusual to find people enjoying the local rivers, and may even make a choice to live on the water. Buying a small boat can be the answer many formally homeless find to get…

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News From Around the South 9/7 to 9/18

VIRGINIA: Episcopalians Struggle With Confederate Past Recent eruptions of violence over Confederate symbols like the rebel flag have prompted impassioned national debates — and not just in the public arena. Churches, too, are wrestling with the question of what to do with emblems dotting their parishes that memorialize the former slaveholding states and their battle…

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Teacher Fired For Sleeping With Student, But Then The Courts Get Involved

Teacher Fired For Sleeping With Student, But Then The Courts Get Involved

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael Faizon ruled in favor of a teacher who wanted to be allowed to return to work after sleeping with a student. Although he potentially groomed the girl for months, the teacher did not have a sexual relationship with her until after she graduated. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court this week issued…

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Two Girls Face Charges Over 2014 Act, What’s Uttered Next Leaves The Court STUNNED

Two Girls Face Charges Over 2014 Act, What’s Uttered Next Leaves The Court STUNNED

Two 12-year-old’s stabbed, with the intention of murdering, their 12-year-old friend in 2014. However, the girls may not be punished for the crime if their attorneys can prove their insanity plea. Three years ago, two 12-year-old girls tried to stab to death one of their friends as a tribute to a fictional horror character “Slender…

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The Anger of the Hurricane Media

WASHINGTON — Here we sit in the comfort of Washington, D.C., and read of the discomfort in Florida. The massive Hurricane Irma moved from the Caribbean up through south Florida, displacing as many as 5 million people. It marched up the west coast, displacing many more. The eye of the storm settled on Naples and…

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WATCH: Father Teaches HARD Lesson To Pedophile After He Targets Children

WATCH: Father Teaches HARD Lesson To Pedophile After He Targets Children

In what can only be described as a righteous beat down, one father protected his family and gave a degenerate in Oregon a lesson he won’t soon forget. Although it may not be true, it certainly seems like there’s been a rise in the amount of perverts who aggressively target innocent victims over the past…

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The Confederate General Who Was Erased

The Confederate General Who Was Erased

Studio portrait of General William Mahone (1826-1895), a noted Confederate officer during the American Civil War. (Photo by © CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images) Some years ago, I went to a conference in Charleston. During a free moment, I strolled down to an old marketplace where I browsed the shops — all of which, it seemed,…

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We’re All to Blame

The largest threat to our prosperity is government spending that far exceeds the authority enumerated in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution. Federal spending in 2017 will top $4 trillion. Social Security, at $1 trillion, will take up most of it. Medicare ($582 billion) and Medicaid ($404 billion) are the next-largest expenditures. Other…

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88-Year-Old Charged After Police Discover What He Did To Wife Of Six Decades

88-Year-Old Charged After Police Discover What He Did To Wife Of Six Decades

District Attorney John J. Flynn Jr. commended the work of Cheektowaga Police concerning a “domestic dispute” between a couple that have been married for more than 60 years. Martin Turkiewicz, 88, hit his wife’s head with a hammer while she was in a nursing home last week. After being married for over 60 years, an…

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Florida Officials Pursuing Charges After They See What Residents Left Behind In Hurricane

Florida Officials Pursuing Charges After They See What Residents Left Behind In Hurricane

According to officials, residents in Pahokee and Belle Glade Florida are likely to face criminal charges for abandoning their pets to Hurricane Irma. These people also tied their dogs to trees so that the pets wouldn’t be able to flee the coming storm. It is sometimes said that a person’s character is illuminated by the…

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Tragic End For Texas Football Viewing Party After Argument Gets Out Of Control

Tragic End For Texas Football Viewing Party After Argument Gets Out Of Control

Police secure the home where the tragic shooting took place. Seven people plus the shooter were killed yesterday in Plano, Texas as a football viewing party took a tragic turn. A motive for the incident hasn’t been released but a neighbor witnessed the beginning. Crystal Sugg told reporters that she saw a man and a…

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News From Around the South 9/4 to 9/11

News From Around the South 9/4 to 9/11

KENTUCKY: Where Are Kentucky’s Confederate Statues? On the grassy lawn outside the Anderson County courthouse, along with monuments honoring Anderson countians who served in World War I, World War II and the Mexican-American War, stands a marble statue of a Confederate soldier. The mustached man wears a broad-brimmed hat and holds his rifle in his…

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