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on November 13, 2014 in World News

NOIR Episode 19 “The Tortoise and the Hare”

NOIR Episode 19 “The Tortoise and the Hare” Guest Rob Pincus practices concealed draw from a vehicle with Colion, and LaSorte perseveres through his injury during the NOIR Challenge. NRA Freestyle | NOIR “Ask NOIR”

NOIR Episode 19 “The Tortoise and the Hare” Guest Rob Pincus practices concealed draw from a vehicle with Colion, and LaSorte perseveres through his injury during the NOIR Challenge. NRA Freestyle | NOIR “Ask NOIR”

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Bono avoids disaster as plane door falls off mid-flight

U2 star Bono was involved in a mid-air drama on a flight from Dublin to Berlin on Wednesday when the rear door of a private jet he was a passenger on fell off. Bono and four friends were on board the Learjet flight across Europe, en route to a meeting with Gerd Mueller, Germany’s economic minister. The jet was crossing into Germany when the tailgate became detached, according to the Irish Daily Mail. A source tells the publication, “He was extremely lucky, the plane could have gone down. About an hour into the journey they heard a big thud coming… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Supreme Court refuses to hear Diab case

Supreme Court refuses to hear Diab case An Ottawa sociology professor is a big step closer to being extradited to France for questioning about the 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue. The Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday it would not hear the appeal of Hassan Diab, wanted by French authorities in the decades-old terrorism case. In keeping with standard practice, the Supreme Court gave no reason for its decision. Diab’s lawyer, Donald Bayne, planned to hold a news conference on Parliament Hill later in the day. In submissions to the high court, Bayne said it was time to settle… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Veto looms for U.S. Congress’s push to approve Keystone

Veto looms for U.S. Congress’s push to approve Keystone Bipartisan efforts to force U.S. President Barack Obama to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline face a near-certain veto, the White House signalled Thursday, setting the stage for more drama and delay over the plan to funnel Alberta crude across the United States to Gulf refineries. As Congress readied bills demanding passage of the long-delayed (and now far-more-expensive) $8-billion pipeline with the President away in Asia, a confrontation loomed. Mr. Obama “has taken a dim view of these kinds of legislative proposals in the past,” Josh Earnest, the White House spokesman… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in Right Edition

2nd Amendment Wins – Scotland Insanity

2nd Amendment Wins – Scotland Insanity Today Brian Lovig Talks about 2nd Amendment wins As compared to 2012, when 58 percent of Americans were in support of tighter gun control, the 2014 poll indicates a sharp 11 point drop. Only 47 percent of Americans now feel gun control is essential. Incidentally, the historic low was reached in 2011, when support for stricter gun laws had fallen to just 43 percent. More than 33 percent of Americans strongly believe that gun regulations are fine the way they are now and they needn’t be altered. However, about 14 percent believe that...

2nd Amendment Wins – Scotland Insanity Today Brian Lovig Talks about 2nd Amendment wins As compared to 2012, when 58 percent of Americans were in support of tighter gun control, the 2014 poll indicates a sharp 11 point drop....

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

China’s Latest Ghost Town: A $50 Billion Fake Replica Of Manhattan

China’s Latest Ghost Town: A $50 Billion Fake Replica Of Manhattan “They are building stuff that nobody really wants or needs… and there will be a day of reckoning” sums up yet another mega ghost city project under development in China. As NBC News reports, China’s $50-billion knock-off of the Big Apple – near the port city of Tianjin, some 120 miles from Beijing – complete with its own Rockefeller Center and Twin Towers has been billed as the world’s largest financial center in the making. But this Manhattan still has a long way to go… Ian Williams explains nothing… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Marijuana Patient Sues After Firm Won’t Hire Her

Marijuana Patient Sues After Firm Won’t Hire Her A graduate student has sued a textile company for refusing to hire her for a two-month internship because she uses medical marijuana to treat frequent and debilitating migraine headaches, a decision her lawyer calls discrimination. Christine Callaghan, who is studying textiles at the University of Rhode Island, sued Westerly-based Darlington Fabrics Corp. and its parent, the Moore Company, on Wednesday. The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing Callaghan, said it believes it’s the first lawsuit of its kind in the state. A lawyer for the company,… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Gov. Beebe to pardon son over marijuana conviction

Gov. Beebe to pardon son over marijuana conviction Outgoing Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe said Wednesday he plans to pardon his son’s felony marijuana conviction, arguing he deserves the same second chance as hundreds of other nonviolent offenders. Beebe spokesman Matt DeCample said the two-term Democratic governor would pardon Kyle Beebe, 34, who was convicted in 2003 of felony marijuana possession with intent to deliver. DeCample said the governor planned to formally announce his intent to pardon his son in early December. Beebe is leaving office in January due to term limits, and is being succeeded by Republican Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson…. View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

NRA: ‘Absolutely No Scenario’ Where We Endorse Harry Reid in 2016

NRA: ‘Absolutely No Scenario’ Where We Endorse Harry Reid in 2016 On November 12, the NRA told Breitbart News there is “absolutely no scenario” in which they would endorse Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) in 2016. Reid’s last run for office was in 2010, and even then, the NRA refused to endorse him. The NRA made clear that neither the organization nor executive vice president Wayne LaPierre endorsed Reid. Since then—and especially since the heinous, criminal attack on Sandy Hook Elementary in December 2012—Reid’s push for gun control has only widened the chasm that existed between him and the NRA in… View Article

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on November 13, 2014 in World News

Obama ‘Defiant’ When GOP Leaders Confronted Him On Executive Amnesty

Obama ‘Defiant’ When GOP Leaders Confronted Him On Executive Amnesty Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), the incoming majority whip in the 114th Congress, described “person after person” aggressively confronting the president about his plans to issue a unilateral amnesty for millions of illegal aliens at a closed-door lunch Friday. But President Obama was unbowed, even after an electoral shellacking last week, Cornyn said. “He was pretty defiant. He was pretty defiant,” Cornyn said. “For the president to poison the well at the very outset is really unimaginable.” The Texas Republican also discussed Obamacare repeal, saying the GOP would begin with repealing… View Article

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