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on January 11, 2015 in World News

‘Calm, cooperative, no mania’ – confiscate his guns!

‘Calm, cooperative, no mania’ – confiscate his guns! New York system determines retired police officer must be committed ‘involuntarily’ A retired police officer who served in the U.S. Navy is suing Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other New York state officials for confiscating his guns after he was mistakenly diagnosed as mentally unstable. Complaining of insomnia after moving to a new house, Donald Montgomery checked into a Long Island hospital, where he was described by medical personnel as “calm, cooperative, no mania, insight good, speech fluent.” He was discharged with a diagnosis of “depression, insomnia.” He later returned to the hospital… View Article

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

Déjà vu? Mitt Romney considering 2016 presidential run

Déjà vu? Mitt Romney considering 2016 presidential run Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney adamantly denied that he would run for president again in 2016, but apparently that’s all changed now: The former Republican candidate is reportedly considering taking another shot at the nation’s highest office. The news was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, which stated that Romney told donors in New York City on Friday that he is “seriously considering” a presidential run in 2016. Romney spoke to roughly 30 of his previous campaign’s largest donors, pointing to turmoil around the world and concerns over the economy as… View Article

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

Obama’s free community college plan has $60 billion price tag

Obama’s free community college plan has $60 billion price tag President Barack Obama proposed offering two years of community college free of charge to Americans “willing to work for it,” and the White House announced Friday the plan would cost $60 billion over 10 years. According to White House spokesman Ed Schultz, states involved in the program would contribute $20 billion, while the federal government provides the rest. The initiative, which President Obama officially announced on Friday at a Tennessee community college, is said to be aimed at addressing growing income inequality. The White House says by 2020 it is… View Article

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

Yet another cancer doctor admits fabricating false positives to profit from selling toxic chemotherapy

Yet another cancer doctor admits fabricating false positives to profit from selling toxic chemotherapy If you were to travel the world trying to search out the most insidious con artists, scammers, hucksters and quacks, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone worse than a pharma-centric oncology doctor. These are the highly-paid hucksters that poison people to death while pretending to sell them “treatment” for a disease they very often don’t even have in the first place. Case in point: the U.S. Department of Justice’s prosecution of Dr. Fata, who was arrested and charged with twelve counts of “Health Care Fraud” and… View Article

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread

Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread Some 40 people were sickened by bread laced with a synthetic drug in Santa Ana, police said At least 40 people in Orange County suffered symptoms ranging from nausea to hallucinations after eating Three Kings cake laced with a synthetic drug, prompting a criminal investigation of the bakery that made it, police said Friday. Officials closed Cholula’s Bakery in Santa Ana on Wednesday after up to 40 customers reported getting sick after eating Rosca de Reyes bread on Monday and Tuesday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency. Nurses from...

Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread Some 40 people were sickened by bread laced with a synthetic drug in Santa Ana, police said At least 40 people in Orange County suffered symptoms ranging from nausea to hallucinations...

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

Cougar stalks cat into home

Cougar stalks cat into home When Vancouver Island resident Ted Benson heard a loud clicking sound coming from his porch Monday night, he figured there was probably a dog outside. Benson’s pet cat had just scampered through the open door of his Ucluelet home, which he was airing out after using his wood stove, and the clicking sound wasn’t far behind. To his surprise, it wasn’t a dog, but something with a much bigger set of claws – a cougar – and it strolled into his living room just steps behind his cat. “I thought immediately that this is a… View Article

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

Conservatives winning values debate

Conservatives winning values debate The morning of the Paris massacre, this surfaced on the Internet: “Stephen Harper’s willingness to be tough with terrorists and dictators – in effect, punching above Canada’s foreign policy weight class – is something to be admired, whether you agree with him or not. But will it pay electoral dividends? Can Harper actually win an election against the surging Trudeau Liberals with foreign policy? Not a chance.” “Not a chance.” The author of that pithy observation was me. I wrote it in July, and – as the world this week contemplates the enormous implications of the… View Article

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

RCMP says it investigates all threats against Thomas Mulcair

RCMP says it investigates all threats against Thomas Mulcair The RCMP says it thoroughly investigates all security threats against NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and takes “appropriate action” to protect his safety. The RCMP says it thoroughly investigates all security threats against NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair. “The RCMP takes all threats to the leader of the official Opposition, his family, and all members of Parliament very seriously. All threats are investigated fully to determine whether or not they are legitimate, and appropriate action and measures are taken to ensure their safety is protected at all times,” Sgt. Greg Cox, a spokesman… View Article

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

Walmart Refuses to Print Engagement Photo Over Shotgun

Walmart Refuses to Print Engagement Photo Over Shotgun Photo department clerk said picture promoted “gang culture” A couple was perplexed after an employee at a Texas Walmart refused to print one of their engagement photos, which featured a shotgun, allegedly citing a store policy against promoting “gang culture.” Stephanie Wehner recently ordered a set of 13 photos online from Walmart in anticipation of her wedding this weekend, but when she went to her local store in Dallas to pick them up she noticed one particular photo had not been printed. “One of the 13 photographs submitted included [Wehner’s fiancé] Mitch’s… View Article

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

Multiple people shot during attempted robbery at Kansas gun store: reports

Multiple people shot during attempted robbery at Kansas gun store: reports DEVELOPING: At least three people are in critical condition after being shot during an attempted robbery at She’s a Pistol, a Shawnee, Kansas gun and supply store. Four people including three alleged robbers were shot during a holdup at She’s a Pistol, a Kansas gun store, Friday afternoon, local reports said. The shooting happened at two locations during an attempted robbery including the Shawnee business at 2:10 p.m., according to the Kansas City Star. One of the store’s co-owners was shot, KCTV-TV reported, in addition to three of the… View Article

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