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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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Tensions exist between Christians and Muslims in many parts of the Middle East, including Egypt - though less so among the Nubians of the upper Nile. [Read More]
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Using your cell phone while driving without a hands-free device is not only risky but illegal in the state of Nevada. [Read More]
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A couple in Dover is dealing with flooding from melted snow and water clogged ditches. [Read More]
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Derek Holland held Cleveland hitless until the sixth inning and late fill-in Matt Davidson had a two... [Read More]
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Another nail in the coffin for hydrogenated oils. [Read More]
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The King keeps giving. [Read More]
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Don't believe all of the social media dragging. [Read More]
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Reps for Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix lobby to keep net neutrality rules. [Read More]
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PHOTO GALLERY: Easton City Council listens to Lafayette's four-story dorm propsal... [Read More]
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Despite growing tensions in town halls across the nation, Sen. McCaskill was ready for public concerns at her third tour stop today. [Read More]
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New Zealanders were bracing for a second major storm in just over a week as the remnants of Cyclone Cook bore down on the South Pacific nation. Civil defense authorities …... [Read More]
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Protests flared after a pro-government rally degenerated into heckling of the president Wednesday in slums that have long been a bulwark of support for Venezuela's socialist leaders hours. President Nicolas Maduro was attending a rally in the poor eastern state of Bolivar Tuesday night when a crowd turned on him. The official... [Read More]
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Christopher Sirola is associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at The University of Southern Mississippi. Each week he will demonstrate a variety of science experiments for the Pine Belt community. [Read More]
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CALENDAR... [Read More]
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An organization is looking for your help to love Rockford. [Read More]
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Students at Kinnikinnick school took a break from tests to see a magic show. ... [Read More]
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Dolph Lundgren is making his return to studio movies by diving deep into the world of comic book films. [Read More]
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Eduardo Paes, former mayor of Rio de Janeiro and an instrumental figure in getting the 2016 Rio Olympic Games up off the ground, is under investigation for allegedly accepting bid-related bribes. Paes is one of numerous officials caught up in the course of that probe. Two years prior to the Games,... [Read More]
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Long Island's serial knife point robber is getting more brazen, hitting a West Babylon convenience store in broad daylight Tuesday and an electronics shop in Merrick hours later in what experts say is an attempt to throw cops off his trail by changing his behavior. [Read More]
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