October 23, 2014



Police Officer Under Investigation Following Call To Protester’s Employer

October 22, 2014

  By Christine Byers ST. LOUIS • A woman who criticized police on Twitter says an officer called her boss in an attempt to get her fired, so she filed a formal complaint “to return the favor.” The officer doesn’t deny placing a call to the woman’s boss. His union says he was within his […]

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Man Gets Stabbed On Subway. Guess How Helpful the Cops Were

October 22, 2014

Answer: Not very. Joe Lozito, a Philadelphia resident and stabbing victim, shared his unforgettable story with Cracked.com. Lozito encountered Maksim Gelman—a deranged spree killer—on a New York City subway train on February 12, 2011. Gelman stabbed Lozito in the face with a knife; though grievously wounded, Lozito was able to subdue Gelman. Then the police […]

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Report: 21 US Cities Restrict Sharing Food With Homeless People

October 22, 2014
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Seattle, Houston and Salt Lake City are among places restricting food sharing, advocacy group says by Deepashri Varadharajan In the United States, 21 cities have restricted sharing food with homeless people through legislation or community pressure since January 2013, and about 10 other cities are in the process of doing so, the National Coalition for […]

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Town Sells Mother’s Home At Auction Over $95 Unpaid Tax Bill

October 22, 2014

By James Gordon A woman from Georgia is pleading with council officials to be allowed to keep her home after it was foreclosed on and sold at auction – all because of an unpaid tax bill of $94.85. Xui Lui from the town of Norcross says not only was she unaware that her condo had […]

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School Inoculates Third Grader In ‘Vaccine Pilot Program’ Without Parental Permission

October 22, 2014
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MERIDIAN, Idaho — A program to help keep kids healthy in Meridian schools has one mother wanting answers. The mother is upset because her third grader was vaccinated for the flu without her consent. The West Ada School District says it was a mistake in the pilot program and one they’re making sure doesn’t happen […]

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The Conspiracy To Keep Us Behind Bars

October 22, 2014
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The USA tops the charts in total prison population, so today on #OffTheGrid, Jesse Ventura uncovers the conspiracy to keep us under lock and key. Is drug abuse really the best reason to keep all of these citizens behind bars? Tell the Governor what YOU think.

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Obama: Constitutional Right To Same-sex Marriage In All 50 States

October 22, 2014
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President Barack Obama stated that he believes the U.S. Constitution guarantees same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states, endorsing a position long advanced by marriage-equality advocates. “Ultimately, I think the Equal Protection Clause does guarantee same-sex marriage in all fifty states,” Obama said in an interview with The New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin published Monday. “But, […]

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Asking If ‘Big Gov’t Sucks’ Got Activist In Trouble With Cops, Kicked Off Campus

October 22, 2014
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Lauren Cooley, a conservative activist was kicked off Broward College on Wednesday night after a campus security guard overheard her asking a student if “big government sucks,” a video of the incident posted on YouTube shows. She spent nearly 90 minutes there asking students “Hey, do you think big government sucks?” as she worked to […]

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Cop Shoots ‘Aggressive’ 6-Month-Old Puppy, Gets Paid Leave

October 22, 2014

Comment and controversy continue to swirl around the Aug. 10 shooting of a dog by Cleburne police officer Kevin Dupre. Attention directed Cleburne and the Cleburne Police Department’s way on social media since Friday has proved largely negative, a handful of CPD supportive comments aside. Recently released video of the shooting spread throughout social media […]

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Judge Napolitano: Who Can Sue Over Ebola Exposure?

October 22, 2014

Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legal aspects of possible Ebola-related lawsuits.

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