Investigations into the hacking of celebrities’ iPhone accounts, which resulted in the leak of nude or semi-nude photos of various female personalities, have turned into a child abuse case, as one alleged victim was under 18 when some photos were taken. Lawyers for US Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney have served a legal demand on porn.com, …

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University researchers in Texas say they are designing a new type of drone – one that could be controlled simply and only with a soldier’s mind. If successful, the project would allow soldiers to command future drones in ways beyond simple navigational commands. While troops would be able to order a drone to “move left” …

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High hopes in Colorado concerning the revenue generated by the state’s legalized marijuana rules might have been nothing more than a pipe dream. Officials now say pot taxes are bringing in only a portion of what was expected. Adults in Colorado have since January 1 been able to legally purchase weed for recreational purposes, and …

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A 24-year-old Arizona man is being asked to pay more than $15,000 in child support for a daughter he fathered at the age of 14 — and didn’t know existed until two years ago. The Arizona Republic reported this week that the man, Nick Olivas, is legally a victim of rape since he was younger than 15 …

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Since billionaire Bill Gates has not accepted a one-on-one debate challenge from Alan Gottlieb to reveal the myriad problems with Initiative 594, Gottlieb announced today that he will allow Gates to bring former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and make it a two-on-one discussion. Both Gates and Bloomberg have each contributed over $1 million …

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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has lifted the state of emergency he declared Aug. 16 in response to looting and violent protesting in Ferguson. The unrest followed the Aug. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer. A state grand jury and the U.S. Justice Department are still investigating the shooting. Nixon …

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Lingering questions about Michael Brown could be answered Wednesday as two news organizations seek the release of any possible juvenile records for the unarmed 18-year-old who was killed by a Missouri police officer last month. Juvenile records are confidential in Missouri, so it’s not definitively known if Brown was arrested before he legally became an …

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On September 3 2014, the gun control group founded by Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly began running ads against Martha McSally (R-AZ)–a retired Air Force pilot seeking to fill the congressional seat Giffords herself once held. McSally, who was “the first female Air Force pilot to fly in combat,” is being targeted by the group because she is …

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The lamestream media told you: [This is just too rich.] http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2014/08/05/federal-spending-transparency-money-missing/13485581/ WASHINGTON – A government website intended to make federal spending more transparent was missing at least $619 billion from 302 federal programs, a government audit has found. And the data that does exist is wildly inaccurate, according to the Government Accountability Office, which looked …

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The Arsenal Of Destruction: How Anti-gun Groups Seek To Dismantle And Destroy The Second Amendment To The U.S. Constitution: Twenty-One Mechanisms For Defeating The Second Amendment. Part 1. INTRODUCTION: COMPILATION OF ANTIGUN STRATEGIES TO DEFEAT THE SECOND AMENDMENT   Suppose someone wishes to destroy the Second Amendment. How does someone do that?   Antigun groups …

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Despite Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America’s ongoing push to shame businesses into banning guns in their stores, 57,000 businesses have posted “guns welcome” or similar signs on their front doors. Moms Demand has persuaded just five businesses — Target, Chipotle, Jack in the Box, Chili’s, and Sonic — to ask customers to leave their …

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From DW Ulsterman I watched the words being said by Lt. Colonel Ralph Peters and then rewound the program to make certain he did in fact say them.  The Colonel is among the first to admit publicly on record that there appears to be something very wrong with the current President of the United States… …

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I never would’ve believed that in my day, the idea of ammo registration would’ve been thought of but we’ve learned from history that California raises the bar when it comes to stupidity and liberalism. Sportsmen, gun owners and retailers in California scored a major victory on Saturday as the California Assembly was unable to muster …

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Even for a freelance journalist covering the tumult in the Arab world, Steven Sotloff’s travels seemed nonstop. In October 2012, the American reporter was in Benghazi, Libya, covering the aftermath of the deadly raid on the U.S. diplomatic compound there. In December, he was in northern Syria, writing about the lives of destitute, displaced Syrians …

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Lawyers for the state of Utah believe they have the perfect case for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide once and for all the hotly-contested legal rights issue of whether states can ban gay marriage. But so do lawyers in Virginia and Oklahoma, setting the scene for the high court to take the crucial first …

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Abdirahmaan Muhumed, the second known American to die while fighting alongside Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) militants, was formerly an employee with a Delta Airlines subsidiary at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Muhumed had a security clearance at the airport, access to the tarmac, and access to planes, as his job was to clean aircraft, …

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A former British boxing champion has released a video, in which he shows support for the Islamic State (IS), claiming the beheadings of American journalists, Steven Sotloff and James Foley, were a form of “retaliation” and were not “unprovoked.” Mispronouncing Foley’s name as ‘Folly’ and ‘Fooly’, Anthony Small blamed Western powers for the violence being …

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