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6 Years of Eric Holder in 1 Timeline Also see: https://threepercenternation.com/2014/09/infographic-9-controversies-during-eric-holders-tenure/ (by Philip Wegmann, The Daily Signal) — Eric Holder’s plan to resign as U.S. attorney general will mark the end of nearly six contentious years at the Department of Justice. The nation’s chief law-enforcement officer was confronted with controversies throughout his tenure. The following timeline highlights some …

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Over the past two days, students in a Denver suburb’s school district have organized a walkout in protest of a board review of the new AP American History curriculum. Fox News host Gretchen Carlson is not amused. According to the Star Tribune, the changes involve a stronger promotion of “citizenship, patriotism, essentials and benefits of …

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After nearly six years of multibillion-dollar losses, the U.S. Postal Service has developed a new plan to help turn its finances around: Daily grocery deliveries. The Postal Service sent its proposal to the Postal Regulatory Commission on Tuesday, seeking approval from the panel. The agency wants to begin testing on Oct. 24, with the process lasting …

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California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Thursday that effectively bans state agencies from displaying or selling items bearing the Confederate flag. The bill was introduced by an African-American assemblyman who contended that the flag is racist because it symbolizes the American southern states’ historical support for slavery. The bill was introduced after the …

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The information leaked by Edward Snowden last year raised the public consciousness quite a bit about user privacy and security in using certain services (not to mention the hope that companies won’t be that willing to acquiesce to government requests for user information). In recent weeks, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been emphasizing a new …

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The family of a deceased Pennsylvania man has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that police forcefully and unnecessarily ejected the slain gunshot victim’s step-father from a Pittsburgh emergency room in June 2012. Surveillance camera footage recorded from the ER at UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh more than two years ago shows Rev. Earl Baldwin Jr., …

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The U.S. military is carrying out an average of five strikes a day against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) since the campaign began in August, according to the Pentagon. A U.S. Central Command spokesman said Thursday that 209 airstrikes had been carried out in Iraq and 30 in Syria since Aug. 8, …

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SHOCK, BREAKING: Oklahoma Muslim Beheads Christian Co-Worker Suspected Of Refusing To Convert To Islam – Bystander With…… “I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for believing in Jesus and refusing to worship the beast” – Revelations 20:4 MOORE, Okla. – Police say a woman who was killed by a co-worker at a food distribution center in …

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As if the governor of Missouri hasn’t done enough to prove what a race-baiting and worthless piece of sh*t he is, the Ferguson chief of police decided he would try to one-up the governor with his own form of stupidity. Hours after he released a video apologizing to the family of Michael Brown for how …

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Government employees and politicians get preferential treatment from the Transportation Security Administration simply for being government employees and politicians. Meanwhile, everyone else is stuck in an “aviation security caste system” based on dozens of watchlists compiled by the TSA, FBI and other law enforcement agencies, along with a secret formula the TSA believes can sort …

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In a newly-released statement, Al Sharpton announced that he and his organization, the National Action Network, were “engaged in immediate conversations with the White House on deliberations over a successor whom we hope will continue in the general direction of Attorney General [Eric] Holder.” To be clear, as he told BusinessInsider, he’s not actually picking picking …

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UNITED STATES MILITARY TO ALLOW ILLEGALS TO SERVE… (USA Today) — A ‘small’ number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. will have an opportunity to join the military for the first time in decades under a new Department of Defense policy unveiled Thursday. The new rules will expand an existing program allowing recruiters to target foreign nationals with …

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FBI Director James B. Comey sharply criticized Apple and Google on Thursday for developing forms of smartphone encryption so secure that law enforcement officials cannot easily gain access to information stored on the devices — even when they have valid search warrants. His comments were the most forceful yet from a top government official but …

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Five days after being fired from the South Carolina Highway Patrol for shooting an unarmed man several times during a traffic stop, former cop Sean Groubert was arrested in the city of Columbia on Wednesday and charged with a felony. Groubert, 31, now faces two decades in prison if he’s found guilty of assault and …

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Incest could soon be legal in Germany. A government ethics committee says the ban is unacceptable as it doesn’t allow the right to sexual self-determination. The comments are in regard to a well-publicized relationship between a brother and sister. Patrick Stuebing lived with his partner, Susan Karolewski, who turned out to be his sister and …

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A waitress turned author claims she received two generous tips of $1,000 on two separate occasions from conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh — but she couldn’t find it in herself to keep the “blood money.” Instead, she allegedly donated a “sizable chunk” of Limbaugh’s $2,000 tip to an abortion charity. Author Merritt Tierce makes the …

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