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on September 10, 2013 in Right Edition

Trudeau admits Pot use – Guns vs thief and Carjacker

Trudeau admits Pot use – Guns vs thief and Carjacker Justin Trudeau, who has endorsed legalizing marijuana, is making no apologies for smoking pot once as a Member of Parliament, while Prime Minister Stephen Harper had a decidedly unimpressed reaction to the revelation. “For Mr. Trudeau, I think those actions speak for themselves and I don’t have anything to add,” Harper told an audience in Nunavut Thursday. The Liberal leader told The Huffington Post Canada‘s Althia Raj that he had a “puff” three years ago. He was first elected in 2008. Speaking later on Thursday, Trudeau said he had not… View Article

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on September 9, 2013 in Right Edition

The Facts about Guns

The Facts about Guns Gun-related homicides and crime are “strikingly” down from 20 years ago, despite the American public’s belief that firearm crime is on the upswing, a new study said Wednesday. Looking back 50 years, a Pew Research Center study found U.S. gun homicides rose in the 1960s, gained in the 1970s, peaked in the 1980s and the early 1990s, and then plunged and leveled out the past 20 years. “Despite national attention to the issue of firearm violence, most Americans are unaware that gun crime is lower today than it was two decades ago,” the researchers say. A… View Article

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on September 8, 2013 in Right Edition

Cost of Air Force 1 – Conservatives low in Polls

Cost of Air Force 1 – Conservatives low in Polls The U.S. military has provided an updated estimate on that cost, first published by a taxpayer watchdog group and confirmed by FoxNews.com, and the number is staggering — $181,757 per hour. That’s the price tag for shuttling around President Obama, who, as it turns out, has spent more days abroad in his first two years than any other president. Estimates over the years based on government reports and independent number-crunching have always reflected a steep cost for presidential travel, but the figure provided by the 89th Airlift Wing appears to… View Article

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on September 4, 2013 in Right Edition

Guns at the Airport – High taxes in Italy moves to Poland

For most fliers, the standard slap-your-forehead moment occurs after opening a suitcase upon arrival and discovering that they forgot to pack their prescription medicine, running shoes or perfect necktie. Then there are the travelers, few but growing in number, who have a similar reaction, albeit more severe, over an item that they forgot to unpack before boarding. The forehead slap is usually followed by a fine and sometimes a night in jail. Across the country, people are increasingly being caught at security checkpoints with firearms in their carry-on bags. Nowhere does this happen more often than at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International,… View Article

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on September 3, 2013 in Right Edition

Bullet Proof Backpacks – Gun and People Control

Bullet Proof Backpacks – Gun and People Control “I had an old vest that I basically cut up, put it inside the backpack, and sent them on their way,” Joe Curran recalls. “And friends and neighbors, some family, said, ‘what a great idea.’” And so, the bulletproof backpack was born, along with a new “made in America” company, Bullet Blocker. The Massachusetts-based business, which specializes in bulletproof school supplies, has grown to seven full time employees, with both domestic and international sales. And, it’s not just about the backpack anymore. “We started making inserts for notebooks. We started making jackets,… View Article

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on August 30, 2013 in Right Edition

Are You Alive – Theresa Spence Indian Chief – Starbucks Guns

Are You Alive – Theresa Spence Indian Chief Sometimes known as a certificate of existence or a proof of life, a certificate of life is document that is created by a government entity in order to provide evidence that an individual is currently living. This sort of document is often used by government agencies that provide ongoing benefits to citizens, providing evidence that the agency has verified that the individual receiving benefits is indeed still alive and has not passed away since the last investigation. Insurance companies are also likely to use an internal version of the certificate of life… View Article

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on August 29, 2013 in Right Edition

Tel Aviv Stock Error – Cloning John Lennons’ Tooth

Tel Aviv Stock Error – Cloning John Lennons’ Tooth The Israel Corporation saw its value plummet by 99.88% in a matter of minutes around noon on Sunday, bringing the TA-25 index down by 2.5% and triggering an automatic fail safe that shut down trading for a short time. The catastrophic mistake was apparently caused during a transaction by a trader who wanted to sell shares in another company but accidentally entered Israel Corp. shares instead, Globes reported. The transaction was canceled, but in the meantime trading ground down to just 84% of the daily average.Israel Corp. is Israel’s largest holding… View Article

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on August 27, 2013 in Right Edition

Our Voice Our Rights – Children play with Toy Guns, it’s Ok

Our Voice Our Rights – Children play with Toy Guns, it’s Ok Police have charged a senior with firearms-related offences for allegedly opening fire after someone tried to smash their way into his home. Police believe Gary Paul Bucci, 68, went to a basement window when a man smashed through it Monday night, and threatened the would-be intruder to stay out. It is alleged that after getting ammunition, Bucci returned to the window and fired a .22 calibre rifle several times, but the suspect had already fled on a bike. Bucci is charged with unsafe storage of firearm and careless… View Article

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on August 26, 2013 in Right Edition

Political influence in our Courts – Canadians Right to Self Defence

To state the obvious, Americans do not trust the federal government, and that includes the Supreme Court. Americans believe politics played “too great a role” in the recent health care cases by a greater than two-to-one margin.[1] Only thirty-seven percent of Americans express more than some confidence in the Supreme Court.[2] Academics continue to debate how much politics actually influences the Court, but Americans are excessively skeptical. They do not know that almost half of the cases this Term were decided unanimously, and the Justices’ voting pattern split by the political party of the president to whom they owe their… View Article

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on August 23, 2013 in Right Edition

Bar Code Thief – Swiss Sex Boxes – 3 Gender Babies?

Bar Code Thief – Swiss Sex Boxes – 3 Gender Babies? Thomas Langenbach, 47, is vice-president of SAP, a global software company in Palo Alto, California. He is expected to be arraigned today on four felony counts of burglary at Santa Clara County Court. The 47-year-old was being watched by security at several Target stores after his purchases were flagged as suspicious. On May 8, staff at the Target branch in Cupertino recognised him and placed him under surveillance. He was caught red-handed covering the store’s labels with his own. When he walked out with a set, which he didn’t… View Article

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