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Veteran says Time Warner Cable let him go for lowering flag on Memorial Day
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Veteran says Time Warner Cable let him go for lowering flag on Memorial Day

When Charlotte veteran Allen Thornwell lowered his employer’s American flag to half-staff on Memorial Day, he says he did not think to ask permission or consider the possibility that he had done anything wrong.
Politically Correct Golfers Association (PCGA) Moves to Mexico
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Politically Correct Golfers Association (PCGA) Moves to Mexico

After five decades, the World Golf Championship will move next year from the National Doral golf course in Miami, Florida to a golf course in Mexico City. Since the Doral course is owned by the certain GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, this decision smack...
Kasich shuns OH state law, lets PP resume abortions
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Kasich shuns OH state law, lets PP resume abortions

The administration of former Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) has given Planned Parenthood a waiver allowing it to continue performing abortions — even though it goes against state law.
Illegal aliens appeal Texas judge's order to turn over personal information
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Illegal aliens appeal Texas judge's order to turn over personal information

Four immigrants are challenging a Texas-based judge’s order that the US justice department must give him the personal data of about 50,000 people who applied for benefits under the Obama administration’s deportation deferral programme.
Terrorism convictions should serve as a warning across the country
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Terrorism convictions should serve as a warning across the country

The resounding guilty verdicts and the prospect of life sentences for the three young Somali-American men convicted Friday in Minnesota’s ISIL recruitment trial will likely serve as a stark warning to the 50 or so defendants in similar cases pending across the...
Men in the ladies room hits home for ACLU interim director
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Men in the ladies room hits home for ACLU interim director

A late 14th century proverb, "Curses, like chickens, come home to roost," is applicable in the 21st century as Maya Dillard Smith, former interim director of the Georgia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, has rudely discovered.
US cities see 'unexplained' rise in violent crimes this year
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US cities see 'unexplained' rise in violent crimes this year

Violent crimes – from homicides and rapes to robberies – have been on the rise in many major U.S. cities, yet experts can’t point to a single reason why and the jump isn’t enough to suggest there’s a trend.
Despite governor's pardon man denied right to carry concealed weapon
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Despite governor's pardon man denied right to carry concealed weapon

A stroke of the governor’s pen pardoned Wayne Stallsworth for his one and only felony conviction. But according to the Missouri Court of Appeals, his guilt still remains — 55 years after he admitted to stealing some beer and cigarettes from a trailer.