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Freedom of speech should not be subjected to the discretion of any one, any time we introduce an element of partiality, we will invariably trip and accept bias of the left or the right. One such slip happened by my conservative friend Sean Hannity on September 30, 2014 on his Fox News show with Pamela Geller and me as the guests. It was disappointing when he was advocating banning the speech of the Tunisian Scholar Sheikh Rachid Al-Ghannouchi from speaking at Yale Law School, because he had spoken against America. Freedom of speech... [Read More]
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The Pentagon is investigating the apparent murder of three U.S. soldiers who have yet to be identified in eastern Afghanistan. The Afghan army said one of its soldiers turned his gun on the Americans before being shot dead. Tony Dokoupil reports. [Read More]
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According to the Center for Disease Control, 1 in 5 people who die from drowning are children ages 14 and under. Thanks to the fast action of a seven year- old, a drowning was avoided. Ashton Pasca... [Read More]
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President Trump wrapped up a mostly quiet weekend at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. However, on Sunday morning, Mr. Trump was back to criticizing former FBI Director James Comey on Twitter. Errol Barnett reports. [Read More]
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Thousands of protesters hit the streets in Los Angeles turning the annual Gay Pride Parade into a resist Trump march on Sunday for what they believe is an attack on their civil rights. Mayor Eric Garcetti says Los Angeles should be at the forefront of this new civil rights movement. Mireya Villarreal reports. [Read More]
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U.S.-backed forces in Syria and Iraq continue to gain ground on ISIS militants in the cities of Raqqa and Mosul. Jonathan Vigliotti reports. [Read More]
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The lawsuit, the first of its kind brought by government entities, centers on the fact that Trump chose to retain ownership of his company when he became president. [Read More]
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Puerto Rico's governor is vowing to turn the U.S. territory into the 51st state after statehood won in a non-binding referendum hit by a boycott and low turnout that raised questions about the vote's legitimacy. Gov. Ricardo Rossello told a couple hundred supporters waving U.S. flags late Sunday that... [Read More]
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Greener pastures grow under water in the Pantanal de Mato Grosso do Sul, an immense area of wetlands in western Brazil. Dressed with leather chaps on top of their jeans, Stetson hats and machetes attached to their waists, before setting off the men finish their breakfast with terere, a yerba mate tea served ice cold from a cup made out of an ox horn. While ranchers on the coasts can transport cattle with trucks, the excess of water and the shortage of roads make that impossible in the biggest floodplain in the world. [Read More]
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"There is nothing more frightening than active ignorance."  – Wolfgang von Goethe                 Growing up in Nebraska, I was delighted each September, when the State Fair opened. I enjoyed walking the midway – accompanied by the spirit of P.T. Barnum – listening to sideshow barkers peddling their shows for "just ten cents, one thin dime." Bearded and tattooed ladies, two-headed calves, and fortune-tellers were among the offerings. With last week's closing of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus, a significant part of American culture has disappeared: circuses and carnivals. With the exception of 1950s era network television circuses,... [Read More]
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A common problem with modern cancer treatment is that even if 100% of cancer cells are eradicated at tumor sites and in the blood circulation, a small cadre of cancer stem cells may give rise to recurrence months to years later.  Oncologists are never quite sure they have cured this dreaded disease.  Failure to kill cancer stem cells is likened to killing all the weeds in a garden but never pulling out their roots.  [Ludwig Center, Stanford Medicine] But now, in a groundbreaking animal experiment, cancer researchers in Italy and the United Kingdom report they have killed cancer stem... [Read More]
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[This is the third post in a series. see Part One and Part Two.] In the early sixties, German historian Fritz Fischer famously raised an intense historiographical controversy by asserting, in his book Griff nach der Weltmacht (Bid for World Power), that Germany did, in fact, bear the major responsibility for starting the First World War, a claim that had long since been discredited as Allied propaganda. The ensuing decades-long "Fischer Thesis Controversy" had its own life and meaning. In terms of the present series about American intervention into the Great War, I bring it up to introduce the conception of... [Read More]
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According to the official story, Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962 at her 12305 Fifth Helena Drive home in Los Angeles of a barbiturate overdose. She was found naked in bed having taken up to 40 pills, her death was, of course, considered a suicide as a result. Many years later a declassified CIA document surfaces stating that Marilyn Monroe was a subject of powerful people's attention due to her closeness with the Kennedy family and also because of what she knew about a number of fringe topics. In the new film Unacknowledged, Dr. Steven Greer... [Read More]
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The shotgun is perhaps the most universal and practical weapon in the history of mankind as we know it. No other handheld firearm can be so versatile. With one shotgun, a person can hunt all manner of small game, even big game, and if need be, use it handily for personal defense. It almost seems like firearms Utopia. But it can be even better. Cartridge adapters are nothing new; they have been around for decades. My first was years ago when I had a vintage Winchester Arms Company made version that allowed me to fire .32 S&W rounds out... [Read More]
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Experiencing any sort of chest pain can be worrisome, and this is especially true of chest pain that comes and goes. You may think it was just a passing discomfort that has been resolved, but the pain returns and reignites your worry that something could be seriously wrong. What causes chest pain that comes and goes, and how is it different than heart pain? Continue reading to learn the answers to these questions and to discover some tips for preventing this intermittent chest pain. What causes chest pain that comes and goes? Chest pain that comes and goes could... [Read More]
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So, ReadyNutrition Readers, in another article we presented some everyday items normally carried that can be converted into defensive weapons.  Let's elaborate with some others that you might not readily think of as being able to be utilized in your defense.  Let's jump right into it, as this is a time of uncertainty with civil unrest and rioting being the norm and not the exception. These Everyday Items Can Quickly Become Improvised Self-Defense Weapons The baseball bat.  For playing baseball, of course.  Throw a couple of gloves and a ball in a plastic grocery bag for that time you... [Read More]
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Republicans are taking a big political risk on health care. [Read More]
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In the nation's capital, and dozens of other cities across the nation, supporters of LGBT rights mobilized for marches and rallies Sunday, celebrating their gains bu... [Read More]
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Both local teams win away from state title chance. [Read More]
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Elias Diaz is filling in quite nicely for injured catchers Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewart. [Read More]
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