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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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It was good to see the old senator have a lucid moment for a change! Brought to you by Powdered Wig Society CNN ISIS JAY CARNEY JOHN MCCAIN OBAMA

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Two Houston, Texas school district police officers pinned a 15-year-old girl face down on the floor on Tuesday because she didn’t want to relinquish her cell phone to an assistant principal. The girl, sophomore Ixel Perez, weighs 70 pounds, according to her brother. She attends Sam Houston High School. In a video of the incident, …

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This weekend, Sarah Palin and many members of her family were reportedly involved in a big ol’, 20-person drunken brawl at a Wasilla snowmobile party, which, if you’re playing Palin bingo, means you’ve won. Anchorage police confirmed that an incident had indeed occurred, and that the Palins were definitely there, and it was real nasty. …

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A public school teacher in Washington who instructed sixth-graders to compare former President George W. Bush to Adolf Hitler has learned her own lesson, according to district officials, but critics wonder why she still has a job. D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson responded to the controversy late Wednesday on Twitter, saying no curriculum intended …

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Thirteen years after working tirelessly on the rescue and recovery efforts in the days and weeks that followed the September 11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center, 54-year-old firefighter Jimmy Martinez, is in need of a hero of his own. “I knew that there was potential for great harm, but I just didn’t think …

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CNN spoke with two new witnesses to Michael Brown‘s shooting; two unnamed contractors, both of whom were recorded on video taken right after the shooting, shouting about how Brown had his hands up. One of the contractors recounted how he heard a shot, then another 30 seconds later, and then witnessed Brown staggering as he …

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Sounding distinctly different than the hawkish pundits and bellicose lawmakers who have dominated the televised discussion of ISIS, several counterterrorism experts told the New York Timesthat ISIS, the band of Sunni militants who have been marauding across northern Iraq this summer, posed no real threat to the United States. Daniel Benjamin, a former counterterrorism advisor …

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Steve Lipsky’s tainted water well had already stirred national debate about the impacts of oil and gas production. Now it stars in a free speech dispute that has landed in Texas’ highest court – the biggest test of a state law meant to curb attempts to stifle public protest. So much methane has migrated into …

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(KTVI) – Wednesday protestors plan to shut-down interstate-70 over the shooting of Michael Brown. The shutdown is scheduled to take place in the afternoon at I-70 and Hanley Road. Organizers say the shutdown is because Governor Jay Nixon’s refused to replace county prosecutor Bob McCulloch with a special prosecutor. The highway patrol says it will …

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The Senate this week is debating a bill proposed by Democrats to add a constitutional amendment that would overturn the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and place more limits on campaign spending by corporations. Plenty of Republicans have attacked this as an assault on free speech, and Ted Cruz echoed these sentiments on the Senate …

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HBO’s Bill Maher has made something of a career bashing Republicans on a weekly basis, but recent interviews indicate he may be willing to vote GOP in 2016 under certain circumstances. “Rand Paul is an interesting candidate to me,” Maher told The Hill this week. “Rand Paul could possibly get my vote.” Sen. Paul (R-KY) …

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