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on August 26, 2013 in World News

Russia may bring back gay blood donor ban

Russia may bring back gay blood donor ban Russia could soon reintroduce the ban on blood and organ donations for gay men, but offer them free treatment facilitating ‘conversion’ to heterosexuals, a senior Russian MP has said. “We will suggest amendments to the law on donors that reintroduce homosexuality to the list of contraindications for blood donations in Health Ministry instructions,” said State Duma MP Mikhail Degtyarev, who is also a Moscow mayoral candidate from the populist-nationalist party LDPR. The politician told a news conference in Moscow that in his view such a step could not be considered discriminatory, as… View Article

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on August 26, 2013 in World News

Churches changing bylaws after gay marriage ruling

Churches changing bylaws after gay marriage ruling Worried they could be sued by gay couples, some churches are changing their bylaws to reflect their view that the Bible allows only marriage between one man and one woman. Although there have been lawsuits against wedding industry businesses that refuse to serve gay couples, attorneys promoting the bylaw changes say they don’t know of any lawsuits against churches. Critics say the changes are unnecessary, but some churches fear that it’s only a matter of time before one of them is sued. “I thought marriage was always between one man and one woman,… View Article

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on August 26, 2013 in World News

‘Duck Dynasty’ Family’s Fortunes

                          A Calculated Push Into Entertainment Lifts ‘Duck Dynasty’ Family’s Fortunes Forget the ZZ Top beards and the Bayou accents, the Robertsons of West Monroe, La., are a family of traditional American entrepreneurs: ambitious, rich and spectacularly successful. And that was true even before they were television stars. They certainly are stars now — the subjects of the biggest reality show hit in the history of cable television, “Duck Dynasty,” which has shattered ratings records this summer, reaching a high of 11.8 million viewers for the season premiere… View Article

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on August 26, 2013 in World News

Airman Claims He Was Fired by Lesbian Commander

Christian Airman Claims He Was Fired by Lesbian Commander for Gay Marriage Stance Senior Master Sgt. Phillip Monk has served in the U.S. Air Force for 19 years with a clean service record. But his new lesbian commander has relieved him of duty and is threatening his career, allegedly because of his Christian beliefs regarding gay marriage. Officials are investigating as Monk appeals his punishment. Monk was First Sergeant of the 326th Training Squadron, stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. According to his attorneys, Monk recently returned from a deployment and found he had a new… View Article

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on August 26, 2013 in World News

Obama Administration Lowers Bar for Tribal Recognition

Obama Administration Lowers Bar for Tribal Recognition His tribe once controlled huge swaths of what is now New York and Connecticut, but the shrunken reservation presided over by Alan Russell today hosts little more than four mostly dilapidated homes and a pair of rattlesnake dens. The Schaghticoke Indian Tribe leader believes its fortunes may soon be improving. As the U.S. Interior Department overhauls its rules for recognizing American Indian tribes, a nod from the federal government appears within reach, potentially bolstering its claims to surrounding land and opening the door to a tribal-owned casino. “It’s the future generations we’re fighting… View Article

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on August 25, 2013 in World News

Black mob on rampage fractures cop’s skull

Black mob on rampage fractures cop’s skull Public ‘has no idea’ of racial hatred directed toward white  officers A Chicago police officer is hospitalized in serious condition with a fractured  skull, a victim of black mob violence. The as-of-yet unidentified officer was responding to a call early Saturday  morning when he  found dozens of people in the street, creating mayhem. He immediately called  for backup, but instead of waiting for reinforcements, went to the assistance of  a woman under attack. The mob turned on him: He was struck on the head with the bat. “No one tried to help...

Black mob on rampage fractures cop’s skull Public ‘has no idea’ of racial hatred directed toward white  officers A Chicago police officer is hospitalized in serious condition with a fractured  skull, a victim of black mob violence. The as-of-yet...

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on August 25, 2013 in World News

The Right to Self-Defense and the Duty to Protect

                      The Right to Self-Defense and the Duty to Protect Pro-victim, anti-gun ideologues suggest we do not need guns because the police serve as the guardian of law-abiding citizens. This notion is false. Warren v. D.C. was a 1981 Washington, D.C. appeals court case in which local law enforcement was found not liable for failing to properly dispatch and respond to a home invasion that led to three women being raped and beaten repeatedly over a period of 12 hours. The court held law enforcement has no duty, barring a… View Article

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on August 23, 2013 in World News

Private Christian School in Arkansas Arms Teacher and Staff

Private Christian School in Arkansas Arms Teacher and Staff Arkansas Matters.com BRYANT, AR – A private school in Bryant is in the national spotlight, commended for its decision to train and arm its school’s staff. “I just felt like with what’s going on in many of the public sectors where there seems to be a lot of shootings we need to take the same stance that we do in church on Sunday for our kids Monday through Friday,” says Pastor Perry Black. Pastor Black has armed security during Sunday service, but now his school will be seeing the same...

Private Christian School in Arkansas Arms Teacher and Staff Arkansas Matters.com BRYANT, AR – A private school in Bryant is in the national spotlight, commended for its decision to train and arm its school’s staff. “I just felt like...

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on August 23, 2013 in World News

Use the Constitution to prevent war with Syria

Use the Constitution to prevent war with Syria By mike | Published: August 22, 2013 Syria is getting to be an old and boring story, but it still is a deadly come-hither trap in which America may yet be bloodily ensnared by its bipartisan interventionists. By now the story is familiar. A government in Damascus that is officially recognized by all the Great Powers, the UN, and other major international organizations is attacked by domestic dissidents who are supported and militarily powered by al-Qaeda and other mujahedin, and funded by the Saudi, Emirati, and Qatari regimes. The “International Community,”...

Use the Constitution to prevent war with Syria By mike | Published: August 22, 2013 Syria is getting to be an old and boring story, but it still is a deadly come-hither trap in which America may yet be...

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on August 22, 2013 in World News

Feds are building a detective squad to target consumers

                            Feds are building a detective squad to target consumers and companies that don’t follow Obamacare’s rules Post-Obamacare law hiring at the Department of Health and Human Services included 86 ‘criminal investigators,’ but just two ‘consumer safety’ officers On the day President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010, HHS received authority to make 1,814 new hires The authorization included positions for 50 criminal investigators. The agency increased that number to 86 The agency was also authorized to hire 261 ‘consumer safety officers.’ Only… View Article

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