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Mandrel Stuart and his girlfriend were on a date driving on Interstate 66 toward the District of Columbia when a Fairfax County, Va., police cruiser pulled out of the median and raced after them. The cruiser kept pace alongside Stuart’s old blue GMC Yukon for a while, then followed behind for several miles before turning …

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According to FBI crime statistics quoted by NBC’s TODAY Show, home invasions in America are happening at the alarming rate of 135 per day. The option of using a gun to protect yourself in a home invasion is never mentioned during the TODAY Show story. The second intruder defense item the TODAY Show suggests you …

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According to KRGV, a militia has selected a number of bridges along the Rio Grande Valley for a Sept. 20 demonstration during which they will physically block entry into the U.S. Law enforcement officials in Starr County are reportedly preparing for the possibility of violence associated with the protest. “I’m not going to lie to …

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One concern about President Obama‘s counter-terrorism strategy against ISIS is the plan to arm moderate Syrian rebels to fight the terrorist group. Arming moderate rebels was a contentious debate last year in the national fight over how to deal with President Bashar al-Assad, but now a new enemy is inspiring the calls for action. John …

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After the September 11 terrorist attacks, insurance companies paid out billions in damages — more than ever before. So in 2002, Congress agreed to help in the future by creating federally insured — and relatively cheap — terrorism coverage for businesses. Claims under that coverage were filed for the first time after the Boston Marathon …

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US lawmakers are keen to prevent the fast food giant Burger King from taking advantage of lower tax rates in Canada, arguing that it is ‘unpatriotically’ moving its operations there after “profiting” from taxpayer-funded benefits in the US. In August, the Whopper-maker announced its plans to buy Tim Hortons, Inc. – a Canadian coffee and …

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The Police Chief in Washington, DC, is speaking out against one of her officers and in support of a man who stopped to record police arresting a man on a sidewalk only to be harassed by police and suspected of involvement in a crime for doing so. Metropolitan Police Department Police Chief Cathy Lanier said …

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Less than three weeks before Michael Brown’s fatal shooting in Ferguson, Mo., opened a national debate on the use of deadly force by police, city and federal authorities here set forth a plan to transform a local law enforcement agency with a stunningly violent reputation. In some ways, the experience could serve as a lesson …

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A medical student faces felony charges for the theft of an iPad that belonged to a cancer patient at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. The case represents a tragic intersection of the lives of two young women in their early 30s. Hospitalized with an aggressive form of breast cancer, keeping her iPad at bedside, Natalie Packer …

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Rarely do you get Fox News hosts agreeing with Bill Maher, but Maher’s frequent criticisms of the Muslim religion do sound a lot like what many Fox hosts have said. This week Maher didn’t just bash Islam, but he technically defended Christianity by saying no matter how radical you might think some Christians are, unlike in …

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Well, he’s back in the news yet again, and it seems like he’s trying his dead-level best to get his stupid self imprisoned for a very long time. George Zimmerman found himself in trouble with the law yet again this week. Florida’s WSVN News is reporting that Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murder last year …

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Feathers have been ruffled at California’s Ventura High School, where the principal this week banned the football booster club from selling Chick-fil-A sandwiches over fears that people might be offended. What, pray tell, could people find offensive about a plump juicy chicken breast tucked between two buttered buns? Were English teachers put off by the …

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More and more groceries and health food stores stock gluten-free products. That’s good news for people with celiac disease, who for health reasons should not eat wheat with gluten. What is gluten? Gluten is a protein in wheat and some other grains, such as rye and barley. A gluten experiment in food science at the …

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I read this nonsense and I can’t help but be pissed off when I receive my paycheck, knowing the taxes they take from me are being spent on such lunacy! The federal government reportedly has spent more than $3 million to get monkeys drunk in order to study the effect the alcohol has on body …

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Bill Maher is an outspoken atheist and critic of religion, but Islam in particular has set off Maher in the past. And he sparred with Charlie Rose this week over his belief that Islam is far worse and more violent than Christianity. Maher made it clear that “all religions are stupid,” but for anyone to …

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Did you hear about this in the news? Didn’t think so! Isn’t it odd that you RARELY hear about this sort of thing from the mainstream media but if it’s a Muslim that’s targeted, it’s shouted from the rooftops and said to be a ‘hate crime’. The shooter accused of gunning down at least four men in …

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    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has asked hundreds of victims of 2012’s Superstorm Sandy to return nearly $6 million paid as compensation, and thousands more could be asked to do the same. The Associated Press reports that as of early September, FEMA had asked around 850 aid recipients to return a collective …

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