Teen Hero Saves Five-Year Old Kidnap Victim

July 22, 2013
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Teen Hero Saves Five-Year Old Kidnap Victim

Fifteen-year old Temar Boggs of Pennsylvania and his friend were riding their bikes when they spotted a kidnapped five-year old, Jocelyn Rojas, in a car with an older man between 50 and 70 years old. Boggs and his friend chased the car for 15 minutes until he let the little girl out and sped off.…

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Seriously Dopey Mayoral Candidates of New York City

July 22, 2013
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Seriously Dopey Mayoral Candidates of New York City

Photo of a clothed Anthony Weiner, an emaciated Al Sharpton, and a jolly Christine Quinn Five Democratic candidates for mayor of New York spent Saturday night sleeping in public housing in Harlem as part of their pre-election propaganda campaign. City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, City Comptroller John Liu, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, former…

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Pension Funds: Waiting For The Other Shoe To Drop

July 21, 2013
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by Dianne Hermann (Copyright 2013)   In my last article “Bankrupt Cities” I mapped out the cities and counties that filed for bankruptcy and discussed the corruption and incompetence that brought them to financial ruin. Other locales are on the verge of plummeting into the same ravine, like lemmings off a financial cliff. The other…

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Geraldo Rivera Morphs Into Anthony Weiner After 1 am

July 21, 2013
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Geraldo Rivera Morphs Into Anthony Weiner After 1 am

Warning! Nearly nude photo of Geraldo Rivera! The tweet came from Rivera’s verified Twitter account. It isn’t strange at all when one considers that he was hoping to run for the Senate in New Jersey. He should move to New York where this kind of thing is almost required if one hopes to succeed in…

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Zimmerman Must Have Flown to Chicago This Weekend

July 21, 2013
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Zimmerman Must Have Flown to Chicago This Weekend

Photo of misguided black man in Staten Island via David Webb Six men have been killed and at least another 17 people — including a 6-year-old girl — have been wounded in Chicago since Friday night. Most of these victims were black. I suspect Zimmerman was in the area. Over the July 4th weekend, 70 were shot…

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EPA’s Environmental Justice Movement Challenged in Court

July 21, 2013
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EPA’s Environmental Justice Movement Challenged in Court

Photo of AG Scott Pruitt The EPA has been politicized and is now charged with the power to rewrite our laws through regulations. Oklahoma’s AG Scott Pruitt said that Oklahoma is one of a number of states fighting back against these unlawful EPA regulations with a lawsuit. Pruitt said there is something called sue-and-settle, a power-grabbing process…

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Obamacare Database Ushers In a New Period of Tyranny in the USA

July 21, 2013
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Obamacare Database Ushers In a New Period of Tyranny in the USA

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. ~…

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Shocking Truths About Detroit’s Collapse, the New America

July 21, 2013
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Shocking Truths About Detroit’s Collapse, the New America

Photo of the main dance floor in the Grand Ballroom in Downtown Detroit today Governor Snyder hopes to move ahead with the Detroit bankruptcy and is appealing the order to withdraw the Chapter 9 petition. What can be done and how did they get there? Liberal Judge Rosemary Aquilina ordered Governor Snyder to stop moving…

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This Week In History, July 21

July 21, 2013
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This Week In History, July 21

by Dianne Hermann   “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.  ~ Winston Churchill              Week of July 22-28, 2013   July 22 1775 - George Washington, at the age of 43, becomes Commander-In-Chief of America’s revolutionary army. 1893 - Katharine Lee Bates…

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Gaylord Perry Reaches for the Moon on July 20th

July 20, 2013
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Gaylord Perry Reaches for the Moon on July 20th

Photo of successful pitcher Alvin Dark, one-time Manager of the San Francisco Giants, told reporters that they would put a man on the moon before Gaylord Perry would ever hit a home run. Gaylord was a notoriously bad-hitting pitcher for several years. On July 20, 1969, Gaylord Perry hit his first major league homer, only…

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A Nation Divided

July 20, 2013
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A Nation Divided

by Jeanine Vecchiarelli   “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”  “United we stand; divided we fall.”  We have heard sentiments such as these uttered throughout history. Time and again their veracity has been proved. And all through the history of this great nation her elected leaders have governed mostly with allegiance to this principle.…

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We Are All George Zimmerman

July 20, 2013
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We Are All George Zimmerman

Photo of the injured George Zimmerman Justice for George Zimmerman! Justice for George Zimmerman is justice for all of us. President Obama’s speech on Friday, whether deliberate or not, continues the false narrative that the Zimmerman-Martin case is a Stand Your Ground case resulting from Zimmerman’s racial profiling. Even though neither of those things apply,…

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Bankrupt Cities

July 20, 2013
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by Dianne Hermann (Copyright 2013)   On July 18th Detroit, once known as America’s leading industrial center buckled under the weight of its own debt to became America’s latest bankruptcy casualty. Detroit is the 11th most populous city in the United States. Its population peeked in the 1950s during the automobile industry boom when it…

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