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on November 18, 2014 in World News

3000 Unaccompanied Minors in Houston Schools

3000 Unaccompanied Minors in Houston Schools A report obtained by Breitbart Texas from the Houston Independent School District (HISD) revealed the influx of unaccompanied minors over the summer from Central America lead to an increased enrollment of 3,000 students. The total student population for HISD is over 215,000 which represents the largest total enrollment for HISD since the 1970’s. The total immigrant population for HISD currently sits at 8,409 students according to a memo written by HISD’s Government Relations Director Ashlea Graves. The memo was received by Breitbart Texas from a government source wishing to remain anonymous. Graves confirmed the… View Article

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on November 18, 2014 in World News

Sen.-Elect Tom Cotton: No Funding for Social Security Cards, Work Permits for Illegals

Sen.-Elect Tom Cotton: No Funding for Social Security Cards, Work Permits for Illegals Republican Arkansas Sen.-elect Tom Cotton said Congress should prohibit the federal government from issuing work permits, Social Security numbers, and federal IDs to illegal immigrants who may be soon granted executive amnesty. On Fox News Sunday, Cotton said Congress used its power of the purse “thousands of times over our history” to “control how taxpayer dollars are spent to put limitations on what a president can do.” Republicans opposed to Obama’s forthcoming executive amnesty have insisted that Congress prevent federal dollars from being spent to enact it…. View Article

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on November 18, 2014 in World News

Anti-Gun Group Freaks Out as Texas Considers Becoming 45th Open Carry State

Anti-Gun Group Freaks Out as Texas Considers Becoming 45th Open Carry State When Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America reacted to Texas Governor-elect Greg Abbott’s (R) pledge to sign open carry legislation by vowing to “fight” it, they missed the fact that he wasn’t promoting a novel idea but a noble one already allowable in 44 states with various stipulations. On August 22, The Wall Street Journal published a Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence map listing the 44 states in which open carry is legal. Some of these states allow open carry without a permit, while others… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

Ten farmers who broke wheat board monopoly got clemency

Ten farmers who broke wheat board monopoly got clemency When Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced in 2012 that he had used an “ancient power” to clear the criminal records of prairie farmers convicted of illegally trucking their grain across the U.S. border, he refused to say how many farmers had had their files wiped clean. But according to data recently released to the Citizen, of 12 clemency requests granted in total in 2012, 10 were for farmers who had been found guilty of violating the Canadian Wheat Board’s rules. The Parole Board of Canada says the requests were granted on… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

Chris Christie to visit Canada in early December

Chris Christie to visit Canada in early December Gov. Chris Christie is making an official visit in early December to Canada, where he’ll promote trade and energy in stops in Calgary, Ottawa and Toronto. Christie’s office announced Monday that the governor will lead a state delegation to Canada on Dec. 4 and 5. Christie will meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and government ministry heads, as well as business leaders and local companies. Christie, who is considering running for president but has limited experience in foreign policy, traveled to Mexico in September. In that visit, he advocated for the United… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

DuPont chemical leak kills 4, alerts residents in Texas

DuPont chemical leak kills 4, alerts residents in Texas Four DuPont employees were killed and another injured when a toxic chemical was spilled at its plant in La Porte, Texas, on Saturday morning. Residents of the city complained of a persistent “funny smell” after the incident. The company would not immediately identify the victims of the spill. The emergency started at around 4 a.m. local time. It took repair crews two hours to replace a ruptured valve in the crop protection unit and contain the chemical. The confirmation of fatalities was released 12 hours after the incident. The chemical spilled… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

China opens up $4.2tn stock market to world via Hong Kong

China opens up $4.2tn stock market to world via Hong Kong he Chinese mainland is now open for business, at least in terms of its $4.2 trillion capital market. The Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges are now linked giving foreign investors access to the tightly-controlled Chinese capital markets. Stock Connect debuted on November 17, and for the first time, stocks on both markets can be traded freely, a major step in China’s roadmap to liberalize its economy. The landmark agreement will give international investors a lot more options- 568 Shanghai-listed stocks and 268 Hong Kong-listed companies. Foreign investors will… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

accine flu shots still contains 25 micrograms mercury

Vaccine flu shots still contains 25 micrograms mercury – 100 times the concentration of ‘mercury-loaded’ fish Nobody asks the nurse for the box or the insert when they get a flu shot. At least, I’ve never known anyone who said they did or do. Why not? We flip over food and beverage products all the time, to check for contaminants or stuff that we’re allergic to. Millions of Americans are getting injected every year with 100 times the mercury they’re worried about in fish, because they read about the salmon or tuna in some newspaper clip or saw a quick… View Article

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on November 17, 2014 in Right Edition

Chicken Cannon – China’s Ghost Towns

  Chicken Cannon – China’s Ghost Towns Today Brian Lovig Talks about Chicken Cannon Allegedly, British rail companies borrowed the chicken gun from NASA for testing windshields for high-speed trains, but were shocked and confused at the amount of damage the gun did – the projectiles were not only breaking through the windshields but embedding themselves into seats farther down the train. When they asked NASA what they were doing wrong, NASA replied, “(Before firing) Gentlemen, thaw your chickens.” On MythBusters, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage designed and built a chicken gun to put that to the test. Jamie...

  Chicken Cannon – China’s Ghost Towns Today Brian Lovig Talks about Chicken Cannon Allegedly, British rail companies borrowed the chicken gun from NASA for testing windshields for high-speed trains, but were shocked and confused at the amount of...

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on November 17, 2014 in World News

Third of Canadians believe politicians frequently accept bribes

Third of Canadians believe politicians frequently accept bribes A new study conducted by the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University shows a third of Canadians believe politicians frequently accept bribes and that one in five voters has stopped voting because of perceived political corruption. In an interview on West Block with Tom Clark, Hershell Ezrin, co-author of the study, said the findings were troublesome. “They believe that, generally speaking, all politicians are doing things that are really quite awful and they are lying to parliament, they are lying to the media, they’re lying to their constituents, they are… View Article

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