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If You Resist, You Should Expect to Die

Police Union Commissar: If You Resist, You Should Expect to Die Submit with proper docility to the commands issued by the slave patrol “We’ve heard a lot in the last number of weeks about what police officers can’t do, and what police officers shouldn’t do,” groused Patrick Lynch, designated spokesliar for the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, New York’s largest police union. “No one’s telling us what we are able to do, and what we should do, when we’re faced with a situation where the person being placed under arrest says, `I’m not going. I’m not being placed under arrest.’” “What is… View Article

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on August 10, 2014 in World News

Conservatives Are Greatest Threat To Nation

Conservatives Are Greatest Threat To Nation, Obama Suggests Political conservatives are the greatest threat to the nation, President Barack Obama suggested in a kid-glove interview with the New York Times Political conservatives are the greatest threat to the nation, President Barack Obama suggested in a kid-glove interview with the New York Times. “The president mused, the biggest threat to America — the only force that can really weaken us — is us,” said the interviewer, Thomas Friedman. “Our politics are dysfunctional… societies don’t work if political factions take maximalist positions,” said Obama, who repeatedly claims to be a moderate stymied… View Article

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on August 10, 2014 in World News

Prison sentence for collecting rainwater

Oregon man serving prison sentence for collecting rainwater on his own property An Oregon landowner has been subjected to a 30-day prison sentence for what he says was a simple act of collecting rainwater on his own property. CNS News reports that Gary Harrington was convicted of nine misdemeanors and sentenced to 30 days in prison, as well as slapped with a $1,500 fine, for diverting snow runoff and rainwater into three reservoirs on his property, a move that local officials say violates an antiquated law governing personal water use. Known as the “Rain Main,” Harrington reportedly built the reservoirs,… View Article

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on August 10, 2014 in World News

Liberal Pudding and the proof within

Liberal Pudding and the proof within The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,” William Shakespeare, Henry The Sixth, Part 2 Act 4 A man can dream can’t he?! LOL… We’ve all heard the saying “the proof is in the pudding”… well, Obama and the democrat party have made enough pudding for everyone! In this week’s episode, we examine some of that pudding…and be careful… I don’t think that’s chocolate! We have a special guest as Saturday Night Live Alum Victoria Jackson stopped by! You can visit Victoria’s page by clicking here! – See more at: http://intellectualfroglegs.com/liberal-pudding/#sthash.FXsIeK7N.dpuf

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on August 10, 2014 in World News

White students no longer to be majority in school

White students no longer to be majority in school The cheerful sign outside Jane Cornell’s summer school classroom in Pennsylvania’s wealthiest county says “Welcome” and “Bienvenidos” in polished handwriting. Inside, giggling grade-schoolers who mostly come from homes where Spanish is the primary language worked on storytelling with a tale about a crocodile going to the dentist. The children and their classroom at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center, near both mushroom farms and the borough’s bucolic red-brick downtown, are a subtle reminder of America’s changing school demographics. For the first time ever, U.S. public schools are projected this fall to… View Article

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on August 9, 2014 in World News

First Nations threaten blockades

First Nations threaten blockades over transparency law First Nations leaders are talking blockades after the federal government said it would withhold funds from bands not compliant with new transparency legislation. First Nations leaders are warning that blockades and court battles are looming in Canada following threats by the Harper government to withhold funding from aboriginal communities. In an interview, Ghislain Picard, the acting national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, said the assembly hadn’t been involved in discussions about blockades, a threat made by a Manitoba First Nations community, but he said that communities might explore them, along with… View Article

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Could Charest replace Harper

Could Charest replace Harper Gone, at least for now, but not wanting to be forgotten, Jean Charest raised some eyebrows this week by encouraging us to keep him in mind for political leadership openings that might come up in the next few years. “Never say never,” the former Liberal premier said twice to CBC Daybreak host Mike Finnerty on Thursday, about returning to politics, and about running for the federal Conservative party in particular. It was well short of a Shermanesque statement. (“I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected,” said William Tecumseh Sherman, American Civil… View Article

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What Ebola outbreak would look like in U.S.

What Ebola outbreak would look like in U.S. Doctor warns whole cities could be shut down According to a senior health fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, the world has no strategic plan to contain the worst Ebola outbreak in history while scientists are saying an outbreak on U.S. soil would require sweeping measures. Total quarantine of cities or sections of infected cities and restrictions on air travel could be expected. “We’re now in a perfect storm,” Laurie Garrett said in a CFR conference call Thursday in which she described the United Nations World Health Organization as “bankrupt” and… View Article

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on August 9, 2014 in World News

Amnesty Activists Call U.S. Border Racist

Amnesty Activists Call U.S. Border Racist While protesters call for stronger borders, illegal immigrants are being processed by church workers instead of customs agents While protesters are outside a bus station in McAllen, TX, calling for stronger borders, illegal immigrants are being processed by church workers instead of customs agents.

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on August 9, 2014 in World News

Swedish man arrested for being too buff

Swedish man arrested for being too buff Man’s body led Swedish police to suspect steroid use, despite court ruling that muscles alone are not grounds for arrest Police in Malmö arrested a man after approaching him because his muscular physique led them to suspect steroid use. They interviewed the man in the street, but their suspicions grew when he was reluctant to answer their questions. After they obtained a warrant to search his home, they discovered over 20,000 pills and vials of performance enhancing drugs, including steroids. He told police that the drugs were for personal use and denied that… View Article

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