American Flag Latest Target of Liberal Fury

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Liberal Colleges Erupt In Fury After Trump’s Victory: Flags Removed, Primal Screaming, and Much More It’s been a full three weeks since Donald J. Trump won the presidency, yet there seems to be no end in sight of these paranoid liberal protests. Although they held up their “Love Trumps Hate” signs throughout the Clinton campaign,…

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Suicide Squad Review

Suicide Squad

Last night DC’s third entry in to its DC Extended Universe, its film universe like the Marvel MCU, released to the general public. Suicide Squad opened with a $20.5 million Thursday night release snagging an August record. This movie is different than basically any other comic book movie in that it is based on a…

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Sturgis 2016 or Bust

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota is the largest motorcycle rally in America. A Mecca, so to speak, for motorcyclists in America, Canada, South American countries and even some having to cross oceans to attend. The event celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2015 and by all accounts it was an epic party. While…

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Delivering Baby at Home or Hospital? – The Home Birthing Debate

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The national debate on public breastfeeding and home births has spilled over onto Facebook where millions of mothers are discussing the pros and cons of each side. Public awareness of home birthing has grown as mothers have increasingly shared their experiences online. This has led to increased scrutiny that challenges conventional hospital birthing. While awareness…

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Alabama Mom’s Charges Resulting From Medical Marijuana Use Dismissed

Alabama Mom’s Charges Are Dropped, But Only After an Arduous Battle by Nina Martin ProPublica, June 2, 2016, 10:29 a.m. Sixteen months after her arrest, Katie Darovitz 2014 one of at least 500 women prosecuted under Alabama’s toughest-in-the-nation chemical endangerment law 2014 has had her case dismissed. Darovitz’s story, first chronicled by ProPublica last year,…

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Should Pluto Be Named A Planet Again?

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The New Horizons probe, which NASA launched nearly 10 years ago to observe Pluto up close, sent back some incredible of the planet. But wait, is it a planet, or not? When New Horizons left Earth in January 2006, Pluto was officially a member of the planet club along with Mercury, Venus, our lovely green home,…

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How criminals get their guns

by: Philip Cook, Duke University The San Bernardino massacre is unique in several respects, but it does bring into focus an important issue with broad relevance: how do dangerous people obtain guns, and what should the police and courts be doing to make those transactions more difficult? The shooters – Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik…

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Can your Facebook friends help you find a job?

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by: Laura Gee, Tufts University More than half of jobs are found with the help of a social tie, whether a friend, relative or distant acquaintance. For example, a friend may tell you about a job opening at her firm or a parent may offer you an internship at his company. For the eight million people…

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