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on April 19, 2015 in World News

Texas Set to Approve Open Carry of Handguns

Texas Set to Approve Open Carry of Handguns Texans could soon be allowed to openly carry handguns, a change gun-rights activists have been seeking for years Texans could soon be allowed to openly carry handguns, a change gun-rights activists have been seeking for years. On Friday the Texas House of Representatives voted 96-35 to allow Texans with concealed-handgun licenses to openly carry their guns in public in holsters, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. A similar open-carry measure passed the Texas Senate last month. Both open-carry measures must be squared and sent to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who has...

Texas Set to Approve Open Carry of Handguns Texans could soon be allowed to openly carry handguns, a change gun-rights activists have been seeking for years Texans could soon be allowed to openly carry handguns, a change gun-rights activists...

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on April 19, 2015 in World News

Chuck Norris saves the day in ‘Castle’

Chuck Norris saves the day in ‘Castle’ International action superstar makes surprise cameo on ABC show Don’t be surprised to see a familiar face in episode 20 of season seven of the ABC show “Castle,” about a wealthy author and unlikely crime-solver. Chuck Norris shows up to save the day in Richard Castle’s dream sequence. If you want a sneak peak, producers have made available the scene in which the international action superstar of TV and movies, martial arts legend and WND exclusive columnist makes a cameo. It starts with Castle’s therapist asking him to recall the first thing...

Chuck Norris saves the day in ‘Castle’ International action superstar makes surprise cameo on ABC show Don’t be surprised to see a familiar face in episode 20 of season seven of the ABC show “Castle,” about a wealthy author...

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on April 19, 2015 in World News

Education disaster ‘no accident,’ expert warns

Education disaster ‘no accident,’ expert warns ‘Common Core is not going to fix this problem’ American schools are producing illiterates by the millions and burning through dollars by the billions – and it’s all by design, according to international journalist and educator Alex Newman. “It’s no accident that we’re getting the kinds of terrible education results that we’re seeing right now,” Newman said in a recent interview on “The Steve Malzberg Show.” “Common Core is not going to fix this problem, and neither are these federally funded tests,” he said. In his new book, “Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians… View Article

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on April 19, 2015 in World News

Anti-NATO parties grab top spots in Finland general election

Anti-NATO parties grab top spots in Finland general election The Prime Minister of Finland has acknowledged the victory of the opposition Centre Party in Sunday’s general election. With most of the votes counted, Centre has 21 percent support, which translates to a potential 44 seats in the country’s parliament. “It appears the Centre has won. Congratulations,” PM Alexander Stubb, a staunch EU backer, said, according to Finnish broadcaster Yle. However, with only 44 seats, Centre will have to form a ruling coalition. “This result will enable several possible coalition combinations”, party leader Juha Sipila told reporters. The Centre has several… View Article

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on April 19, 2015 in World News

Rand Paul receives standing ovation

Rand Paul receives standing ovation as he delivers libertarian message to New Hampshire faithful Kentucky senator Rand Paul attacks US intervention in Syria during presidential campaign stop, as he appeals to Republicans to reach out to poorer voters Rand Paul rounded on the Republican establishment as he made his pitch for the support of party activists in the key state of New Hampshire. From appearing in jeans to delivering a withering attack on the record of other Republicans, the Kentucky senator made sure he stood out from his rivals. “I got tired of seeing people in my party getting in… View Article

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on April 18, 2015 in World News

Why venture capitalists are suddenly investing in news

Why venture capitalists are suddenly investing in news Something curious is happening in the American news business. Media organizations are hiring again. Promising young reporters are leaving stalwart publications for new newsrooms. And venture capitalists are pouring millions into nimble publishing startups. It’s a rare moment of optimism for an industry accustomed to doom and gloom. “When we started, investors did not want to invest in anything that involved journalists or reporters or other professional people creating content,” said Jonah Peretti, the chief executive of BuzzFeed, which launched in 2006. “Everyone just said, ‘You can’t get venture capital if you’re… View Article

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on April 18, 2015 in World News

Ben Affleck ‘wanted details of slave-owning ancestors removed from documentary’

Ben Affleck ‘wanted details of slave-owning ancestors removed from documentary’ claims leaked Sony emails The 42-year-old actor is reported to have persuaded the producers of Finding Your Roots to ignore details of how his ancestors were slave owners Ben Affleck allegedly wanted details of his slave-owning ancestors to be cut out of a documentary. The 42-year-old actor, who’s set to star as Batman, is reported to have persuaded the producers of Finding Your Roots to ignore details of how his ancestors were slave owners, despite the move representing a breach of PBS editorial rules. A leaked email from Sony chief… View Article

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on April 18, 2015 in World News

Top Gear bosses beg James May and Richard Hammond not to quit

Top Gear bosses beg James May and Richard Hammond not to quit after Jeremy Clarkson’s axe BBC bosses are desperately trying to get Richard Hammond and James May to motor ahead with Top Gear after Jeremy Clarkson’s sacking. The station has launched a charm offensive in a bid to keep the presenters, who chiefs think would encourage fans to stick with the embattled show. Clarkson was the main man on Top Gear before he was axed over a clash with his producer. Now bosses are begging May and Hammond to take the wheel. A source said: “Richard is a TV… View Article

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on April 18, 2015 in World News

Piers Morgan’s Good Morning Britain guest stint was so successful he may be offered permanent deal

Piers Morgan’s Good Morning Britain guest stint was so successful he may be offered permanent deal The controversial journalist pulled in 50,000 more viewers while standing in for Ben Shephard and may even join Susanna Reid as regular co-anchor Piers Morgan proved such a hit in his guest stint on Good Morning Britain last week that show bosses are thinking about making him a permanent fixture. The controversial journalist pulled in 50,000 more viewers while standing in for Ben Shephard and could even join Susanna Reid as regular co-anchor. ITV chiefs had admitted they were taking a gamble on Morgan,… View Article

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on April 18, 2015 in World News

Obama demands ‘welcoming’ for illegals

Obama demands ‘welcoming’ for illegals ‘Centralized’ plan needed to ‘take care of their needs’ President Obama’s White House Task Force on Creating Welcoming Communities unveiled its recommendations Friday for a national strategy to “integrate” millions of immigrants and refugees into cities and towns across the U.S. The chair of the task force, Obama’s domestic policy adviser Cecilia Muñoz, said her focus is on making sure Obama’s historic immigration policies get “institutionalized” so they will live on long after she and her boss are gone from the White House. Obama created the task force Nov. 21 when he announced his plan… View Article

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