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    California: Protecting sexual integrity of boys disqualifies you as a judge

    The Gay Gestapo has made a big-time move in California. If you're a judge in that state and you happen to be a fan of sexual normalcy and want impressionable young teens to be protected from sexual predators, your professional career in the law could be over. While the Boy Scouts of America have foo ... Read More

    Marijuana, tobacco, treated very differently by the government

    When it comes to tobacco and marijuana, public policies appear headed in contradictory directions. For years, candy cigarettes have been criticized as providing children a gateway to tobacco smoking. In similar fashion, the federal government banned candy and fruit-flavored cigarettes in 2009 as par ... Read More

    Facing eviction, 89-year-old smoker plans to move

    MILFORD, Ohio (AP) — An 89-year-old woman is preparing to move out of her home of the last 10 years because it has gone smoke-free and she won't give up cigarettes. Beulah "Billie" Toombs faces eviction after her apartment building's management deemed her noncompliant with its new smoke-free policy, ... Read More

    The Ranch Davidians

    When the government moved to seize Cliven Bundy's cattle for his failure to pay grazing fees on public land, a growing group of supporters came to his defense -- literally. On April 12, after a tense and heated standoff with them, heavily armed federal agents released the cattle back and retreated. ... Read More

    Peace concert held in Detroit

    With the crowd on its feet, the singer belted Sunday afternoon from the pulpit: "Lord, we need peace." The scene inside Bethany Baptist Church in western Detroit was part of an effort by a coalition of churches and other groups to promote peace and racial healing in light of recent violent incidents ... Read More

    Michelle Obama 'doesn't know our kids'

    TOPEKA, Kan. - If expanding the guest list to include Michelle Obama at graduation for high school students in the Kansas capital city means fewer seats for friends and family, some students and their parents would prefer the first lady not attend. A furor over what the Topeka school district consid ... Read More

    Teen Punished For Asking Miss America To Prom

    A Pennsylvania high school student has been suspended for asking reigning Miss America Nina Davuluri to a prom during her visit to the school. Ms Davuluri was taking part in a question and answer session at Central York High School when 18-year-old Patrick Farves asked the beauty queen to be his dat ... Read More

    Help wanted - desperately

    Let's check in on how Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama is faring with his flailing foreign policy. In escalating tension with the freedom-starved nation of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin is calling his plays from an old communist playbook: Stir up unrest from the outside, then have t ... Read More

    Advocate for illegal aliens sentenced for bank robberies

    Luis de la Garza was a longtime community and business leader in North Texas, a man who in 2008 voiced opposition to a proposed ordinance by the Farmers Branch City County that would restrict undocumented immigrants from renting in the city where he lived. A television executive, he quickly establis ... Read More


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