The borough council wants to ban people from taking photographs and videos inside public buildings, with certain exclusions. The ordinance comes at the heels of an incident earlier this month in which Richard Recine, working part time as a special police officer, was captured on video at the borough’s Municipal Building telling Steve Wronko that …

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Last weekend, several Lebanese activists started a trend which has since gained prominence under the hashtag #BurnISISFlagChallenge or #BurnISIS. The protesters burned an Islamic State flag in retaliation to the presumed beheading of a Lebanese officer, an idea which quickly motivated others to post similar pictures or videos. The self-perpetuating campaign follows the model of …

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The Satanic Temple, a New-York-based religious group, is to build its first chapter house in Detroit, where it will perform services such as marriages, including same-sex, and funerals. It says the sacrificing of people or animals will not take place. Detroit was picked as a location for the flagship chapter house because of its “underdog” …

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By Thomas Madison “I have it up to here (I envision Crazy Uncle Joe grabbing his crotch) with people talking about the older generation, how this generation doesn’t measure up,” Biden said. “You exceed the measure of any other generation.” Entertaining a crowd at a barbecue honoring American soldiers who were participating in the Invictus …

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A North Dakota woman who police say was using Facebook on her cellphone when she crashed into another car is accused of negligent homicide in the death of a great-grandmother during the May accident. Abby Sletten, 20, appeared in Traill County District Court on Wednesday to face a count of negligent homicide, court documents said. …

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It’s been an issue of heated debate, the issue with the southern United States border being largely unguarded for miles and miles. Texas Governor Rick Perry has even said ISIS May Have Already Crossed Border Into America as a result of poor and in many areas, non-existent border security.     In August, a conservative filmmaker …

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Whether you’re a law enforcement officer or work in a call center, there are some things that you should keep to yourself or at the very least, don’t speak them at work or via text message because what you say can and will be used against you. A Baton Rouge police officer accused of sending …

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When the name George W. Bush is mentioned, it conjures up a mixture of feelings from admiration to pure hatred, depending on who you talk to. There are those who claim he loved America and others who claim that he did everything he could to destroy the country, while praising Obama in their next breath. …

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The New York Police Department announced it will start outfitting dozens of officers with body cameras this fall – an effort that could potentially see the entire agency embrace the technology. READ MORE: Cop cam: Ferguson police to wear body cameras The initiative will start out small – only 60 of the NYPD’s 35,000 officers …

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Heavily armed members of an American militia patrolling the southwestern US border confronted a group of people in Arizona on Friday, believing them to be drug smugglers or illegal immigrants. They were, in fact, biologists researching bats. The armed group is believed to have come from Colorado. Their self-assigned task was that of patrolling the border …

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Anyone doubting the scale of Detroit’s bankruptcy woes may be surprised to discover the city’s firefighters have set up intricate, makeshift contraptions involving empty cans just to ensure emergency alerts are delivered properly. Most fire departments in the United States operate using modern systems that announce emergency developments through a series of bells. In Detroit, …

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Two Americans are among the first explorers to have stepped inside one of the world’s most dangerous and inaccessible volcanoes. They described the volcano in Vanuatu in the South Pacific as being like a “window into hell.” Sam Cossman and George Kourounis undertook the challenge, flying from San Francisco to the island archipelago. More people …

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Illinois’ Second Largest School District Dumps Michelle’s Lunch Mandate For Having “Unreasonable Restrictions”… CHICAGO – Hummus is too fatty, pretzels are too salty. Even hard-boiled eggs and yogurt don’t make the cut. Those restrictions and others imposed on schools through the revamped “healthier” National School Lunch Program convinced officials in Illinois’ second largest school district to …

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A US publishing company has chosen to teach children about the crimes of the Islamic State group in a coloring book. The company’s co-founder believes the project is justified as it “tells the truth.” It’s not the first time the US publisher Really Big Coloring Books has addressed the issue of terrorism. Three years ago …

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Infectious, deadly diseases and toxins like plague, botulism and ricin have been uncovered at government laboratories in the United States. The discovery also revealed some of the vials had been stored for over 60 years. The revelations come after officials from the National Institute of Health (NIH) made a sweep of government owned laboratories in …

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One in ten girls under the age of 20, or about 120 million across the globe, have been sexually abused, according to the latest conservative figures by UNICEF. The same report found that six in ten kids aged 2-14 are regularly subject to physical punishment. According to UNICEF’s report based on 190 countries, between 30 …

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By Thomas Madison Liberals have been silent on the genocide in Iraq because, well…. they kinda’ like it. At least they prefer it to the alternative – admitting they were wrong and sending US armed forces to squash the ISIS scumbags like the repulsive cockroaches that they are. Unable to deal with the fact that …

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