First Lady and school nutrition advocate Michelle Obama’s stringent lunch guidelines are limiting children to just one ketchup packet per meal. A recent EagNews.com article profiled unhappy Idaho customers of the Obama administration’s revisions to the National School Lunch program, including a parent who called school lunches “not edible” and kids who have stopped eating …

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A Michigan teacher asked students to create Islamic propaganda for a school project. Jenison High School officials are now under fire for promoting Islam and spreading misinformation. Jeannette Hall said her daughter Brianna completed the project. However, she is outraged about the unusual assignment. Hall posted a copy of the assignment rubric, and a photo …

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A statement released by the family of the first person to be diagnosed and die of the Ebola virus in the United States called it “suspicious” that all white patients treated in America survived the illness while the one black patient died. Josephus Weeks, nephew of the deceased Thomas Eric Duncan, made the racially charged …

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A Muslim civil rights group is asking the Department of Justice to investigate an Arkansas shooting range whose owner recently declared it a “Muslim-free zone.” In a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Jenifer Wicks, a lawyer for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), writes that the declaration is “a violation of federal laws …

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Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Col Ralph Peters decry the massacre pending in Kobane (Koh-Bah’-Nee) Syria if ISIS takes that city. Peters assails the wasted time and opportunities to stop ISIS before they entered the city. Peters says Kurds are fighting bravely, but the US has provided little aid and only minor air support. Now …

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In a interview with Trunews, Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. General Thomas McInerney and Retired U.S. Army General Paul Vallely spoke about the possibility of a Constitutional Crisis that may occur if Barack Obama refuses to protect the American people from the threat of ISIS and radical islam. The Generals also said that it may …

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A health care worker at a Dallas hospital tested positive for Ebola in a preliminary test, the Texas Department of State Health Services said in a statement early Sunday. The health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, who has not been identified, provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola …

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Hundreds of protesters standing in front of the Ferguson police department are demanding justice for Mike Brown, a black teenager killed by a white cop. Rallies in downtown St. Louis have drawn thousands, all standing up against police brutality. The mother of Michael Brown, who was killed in the August 9 shooting, marched with a …

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Thousands of children, some as young as 10, are facing the horror of seeing nude pictures of themselves posted on the net. Message boards on a notorious website called 4Chan have been inundated with details of the “The Snappening”. Hackers claim they have managed to break in to another image-saving service that allows users of Snapchat to …

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Police agencies have used hundreds of millions of dollars taken from Americans under federal civil forfeiture law in recent years to buy guns, armored cars and electronic surveillance gear. They have also spent money on luxury vehicles, travel and a clown named Sparkles. The details are contained in thousands of annual reports submitted by local …

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COLORADO TEEN CONVICTED AFTER SHOOTING DEAD NEWLYWED SOLDIER THEN EXECUTING HIS PREGNANT WIFE WHEN THEY WALKED IN ON HIM BURGLARIZING THEIR HOME By Charlene Adams, Mail Online The Colorado teen accused of murdering a newlywed soldier and his pregnant wife was found guilty Tuesday following a 12-day trial, officials report. Macyo Joelle January, 19, was …

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Protests in the suburbs of St. Louis kicked off a weekend-long series of rallies against racial law enforcement profiling that has left two black teenagers dead. Activists confronted police decked out in paramilitary gear, but the night ended peacefully. Locals dominated the crowds, but people from around the country joined the vigil held in honor …

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Those US citizens who have grabbed an opportunity to profit off the booming Canadian medical marijuana market may eventually find themselves breaking US laws, as the DEA seems to be tracking potential money laundering and drug trafficking violators. The Canadian government passed laws in April making it legal for any licensed company to grow and …

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It seems that Rand Paul has a case of white guilt, while blurring the lines on whether he’s a liberal or a libertarian. Republican Sen. Rand Paul reportedly headed to Ferguson, Mo., on Friday morning for a “listening session” with local black religious and business leaders. The libertarian-leaning senator from Kentucky was one of the few …

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In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Sen. Rand Paul(R-KY) spoke about his meeting with NAACP leaders in Ferguson, MO, and called on the GOP to start actually listening to the African-American community. “I don’t want to characterize how everybody else feels about what I said, but I think it was a good opening to the …

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Energy drink Red Bull, which tastes awful even with Vodka, recently settled a class-action lawsuit from 2013 that claimed the company falsely advertised the product. The lawsuit against Red Bull, led by Benjamin Careathers, claimed that consumers of the drink did not benefit from any mental or physical enhancements, though the product states in its …

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