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House Cats of
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Why the Gallup poll means deep trouble for Hillary
Start your day on the high note.
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Ferguson Protests Move to Target, Wal-Mart Stores
High time the MSM started writing
about who these people really are.
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Is ´professor´ who helped with Michael Brown
autopsy who he says he is?

If family is telling the truth, why the need for a bogus "expert"?
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The Strange Case of Ferguson Witness 40
Jack Cashill does some hard research for us.
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Progressives Seem Unaware the Election
Results Proved Their Policies Aren’t Popular

At least, while they wander in the wilderness, they have each other.
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‘I,’ ‘Me,’ ‘My’—Obama Uses First
Person Singular 91 Times in
Speech on Immigration
Cybercast News Service, by Terence P. Jeffrey    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 3:07:04 PM     Post Reply
Leaving aside passages in which he quoted a Chicago pub owner and a letter from a citizen from Georgia, President Barack Obama used the first person singular—including the pronouns “I” and “me” and the adjective “my”—91 times in a speech he delivered in Chicago Tuesday to explain his unilateral action on immigration. But as often as Obama used “I,” “me” and “my” in Chicago this week, it was no match for the speech he delivered in Austin, Texas, on July 10, when he used the first person singular 199 times. In that Texas speech, however, Obama had not focused specifically

The White House gets
its Christmas tree
CBS News, by Jake Miller    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 2:57:39 PM     Post Reply
(Video) With Thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, the White House began settling into the Christmas season on Friday, welcoming the arrival of this year´s White House Christmas tree. First lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha were on hand to receive the tree, an 18.5 foot Douglas Fir that will be displayed in the executive mansion´s Blue Room. "Are they sure they can get this in the door?" She asked several of the men who delivered the tree, who laughed. "All right, girls, what do you think?" Mrs. Obama asked her daughters, who were each walking one of the

Australia Brightens With Record-
Setting Christmas Lights Display
ABC News, by John Fischer    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 2:48:39 PM     Post Reply
(Video) Christmas will certainly be a bit brighter in Australia this year, thanks to a lawyer who has put together a record-setting Christmas light extravaganza at a shopping center in the country down under. David Richards, who’s from the capital city of Canberra, has continued the classic Christmas tradition of stringing lights, but with 1,194,380 of them in his case, setting the record for the biggest LED image display, according to Guinness World Records. “Christmas lights really get people into the festive spirit," Richards told Guinness. "We decorated our home for years, and people came from everywhere to see our

  


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Despite Aid Push, Ebola Is
Raging in Sierra Leone
New York Times, by Jeffrey Gettleman    Original Article
Posted By: happywarrior- 11/28/2014 1:48:53 PM     Post Reply
KISSI TOWN, Sierra Leone — Military choppers thunder over the slums. Nearly a thousand British soldiers are on the scene, ferrying supplies and hammering together new Ebola clinics. Crates of food and medicine are flowing into the port, and planeloads of experts seem to arrive every day — Ugandan doctors, Chinese epidemiologists, Australian logisticians, even an ambulance specialist from London. But none of it was reaching Isatu Sesay, a sick teenager. She flipped on her left side, then her right, writhing on a foam mattress, moaning, grimacing, mumbling and squinching her eyes in agony as if she were being stabbed.

Where taxes hit Black Friday
shoppers hardest
Washington Examiner (DC), by Jason Russell    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 1:20:18 PM     Post Reply
Black Friday shoppers are looking forward to cheap deals on gifts this week, but sales taxes will still apply in the 47 states that levy them. Shoppers in Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Washington and Oklahoma will have at least an 8 percent sales tax added to their subtotal, depending on their locality. Although these states have high sales tax rates, they offer relatively low income tax rates. Washington and Tennessee levy no income tax. The top income tax rate in Kentucky and Louisiana is 6 percent. Arkansas has a modestly high top rate of 7 percent. Tennessee has the highest combined

CDC: 18% of all pregnancies end
in abortion; 730,322 is a new ´low´
Washington Examiner (DC), by Paul Bedard    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 1:15:44 PM     Post Reply
Exactly 18 percent of all pregnancies ended in abortion, for a total of 730,322, with most to unmarried women, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But that is good news, the agency added, because it was an "historic low." The latest figures are from 2011 and show a downward overall trend in abortions since 2002, especially among younger women. But the numbers are up among women 25 and older, with a big jump among women over 40, said CDC. What’s more, 10 women died as a result of having "legal induced abortions," said

Some potential jurors bail
on serving in local courts
Tampa Tribune, by Kristen Mitchell    Original Article
Posted By: Hazymac- 11/28/2014 12:47:04 PM     Post Reply
ST. PETERSBURG — Though some summoned jurors skip out on their duties, tracking down local violators and holding them in contempt of court hasn’t been a high priority. Most residents show up to serve — even if begrudgingly. Wanda Macon, who oversees jury pools for Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Court, anticipates about 70 percent of summoned jurors showing up on their reporting date. Most who don’t are excused or call with a last-minute conflict. Potential jurors — adults in either county with a driver’s license or identification card — receive summonses four weeks before their reporting dates, and can reschedule their service

  


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Miracle at the IRS
New York Post, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 12:28:43 PM     Post Reply
It’s not yet Christmas, but we’re already seeing miracles. And at the Internal Revenue Service, no less. After saying over and over — in press statements, in court filings, in congressional hearings — that the emails that went missing when Lois Lerner’s hard drive crashed were gone forever, up to 30,000 Lerner emails have now turned up and are on their way to Congress. But not thanks to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. To the contrary, the emails were reclaimed from disaster-recovery tapes by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax ­Administration. It’s yet another reminder of Koskinen’s failures. Remember, Koskinen was installed at

Powerful connection between music,
memory helps dementia patients
WFAA 8 (Dallas TX), by Shelly Slater    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 12:19:20 PM     Post Reply
If you have an aging parent, you may want to put headphones on the top of your Christmas list by the end of this story. There´s a powerful connection between music and memory. So much so, there´s a program named just that -- hoping to transform lives. It´s tough to have a conversation with Socorro Kennedy, better knows as Miss Cora. She´s 90 with dementia and often sits quietly all day. That is, until the music in a pair of ear phones is turned on. (Video) "She comes alive when you put that music on, from her toes to the top

Kitchen Chores for 2018:
Wash Dishes, Block Malware
Bloomberg News, by Yuji Nakamura & Grace Huang    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 11/28/2014 12:17:22 PM     Post Reply
As Samsung Electronics Co. and General Electric Co. make refrigerators that can tell you’re out of milk and ovens that can be switched on with a mobile phone, Eva Chen warns such advances may also let hackers into your home. The president of Trend Micro Inc., the Tokyo-based developer of security software, said threats from hacking will spread as appliances, cameras and other devices connect to the Web. (Snip) “You’ll feel like you’re living in a glass house,” Chen, 55, said in a recent interview in Tokyo. “The consumer doesn’t even know that their device is hooking up to the Internet and sending all this

White teen killed by black cop
in Alabama mirrors Ferguson
Washington Times (DC), by Valerie Richardson    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 12:10:37 PM     Post Reply
A two-year-old case involving the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old white man by a black police officer is gaining attention on social media in the wake of this week’s protests and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri. Gilbert Collar, a white, unarmed 18-year-old under the influence of drugs was shot and killed Oct. 6, 2012, by Officer Trevis Austin, who is black, in Mobile, Alabama. Despite public pressure for an indictment, a Mobile County grand jury refused to bring charges against Officer Austin, concluding that the officer acted in self-defense. The circumstances mirror those of the Aug. 9 shooting death of

  



Big state tax decisions lie
ahead for California voters
Los Angeles Times, by Marc Lifsher    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 12:05:58 PM     Post Reply
Picking a new president might not be the only crucial issue before California voters at the polls in two years´ time. They could be faced with as many as four competing initiatives asking them to extend, increase or create taxes that would raise billions of dollars in new state revenues. Loose coalitions of labor unions and community groups already are researching, polling and building support to extend a temporary boost in top income tax brackets and a sales tax increase passed in 2012. Other groups are working to create grass-roots support for raising commercial property taxes. Additionally, a team led

13 Republicans most likely to
win the White House in 2016
The Hill (Washington DC), by Jonathan Easley    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 11:59:36 AM     Post Reply
Republicans say their long list of 2016 hopefuls is among the deepest, most diverse group in recent history without a clear frontrunner. “This is the most open field we’ve ever seen,” one GOP strategist told The Hill. That means there will be a narrow path to victory for many of the candidates, as they fight for the money, media, and voters they’ll need in the win-early-or-go-home battle royale. The Hill spoke to more than a half-dozen Republican strategists to find out where the top names currently rank. Here’s their take. THE BIG THREE -These candidates will leverage strong donor bases

Antikythera Mechanism’s eclipse
calculator tells us its at least a
century older than previously thought
News Limited [Australia], by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 11/28/2014 11:18:46 AM     Post Reply
We thought the world’s oldest known computer — the Antikythera Mechanism — was 2000 years old. Now we know it was antique even before it sank beneath the waves in a wrecked Roman ship. The New York Times has reported a new study of the ancient astronomical calendar/calculator shows it may date from about 200BC — some 150 years older than the ship in which it sank during a storm off an island between Greece and Crete in about 60BC. It’s a fact which further ties the amazing bronze object with some of history’s greatest minds — Greek mathematicians and astronomers like Archimedes and Hipparchus.

Tampa police trying to rid Davis
Islands of 80 nuisance boats
Tampa Tribune, by Christopher O´Donnell    Original Article
Posted By: Hazymac- 11/28/2014 11:06:05 AM     Post Reply
TAMPA — The horseshoe-shaped stretch of land that rings three sides of the Davis Islands Seaplane Basin helps buffer moored boats from the worst ravages of storms in Tampa Bay. That has made the basin a favorite mooring spot for boaters and a long-term headache for city officials who say the boats are there illegally and are blocking a seaplane landing corridor. One year after the city’s most recent effort to clear the basin, roughly 80 boats remain. That includes derelict vessels and submerged boats spotted by officers using side-scan sonar. In another effort to tackle the problem, Tampa Police

  


  

Cop at center of Ferguson
case to leave force
Agence France-Presse, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: Harlowe- 11/28/2014 11:05:54 AM     Post Reply
Washington - The Missouri police officer who killed an unarmed black teen sparking months of protests in the city of Ferguson will never return to policing, his lawyer said. (Snip) "There´s no way in the world he can go back to being a police officer," the lawyer said. "It´s not a question of if, it´s a question of when," Bruntrager said of Wilson´s departure. Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown in August claiming he acted in self-defense. (Snip) "The first day he would be back on the street something terrible would happen to him or to someone that would

Golden arches: Businessman wants
to build McDonald’s in a church
News Limited [Australia], by Emma Reynolds    Original Article
Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- 11/28/2014 10:50:40 AM     Post Reply
A Fast-Food lovin’ entrepreneur has come up with a unique idea to entice people back into the Church. Build a McDonald’s in it. Paul Di Lucca’s McMass Project aims to get the congregation back by turning communion into a Happy Meal. The creative businessman from New Jersey, supported by Christian design consultancy Lux Dei Design, has set up a fundraising page with the hashtag #feastforjesus. He claims the concept would help clergymen “keep pace in the modern world” and “become more present in culture.” His fundraising page reads: “By combining a church and a McDonald’s we can create a

Gunman opened fire at
APD headquarters
Fox 7 KTBC (Austin TX), by Grant Bates    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 10:44:21 AM     Post Reply
A gunman open fired at three different locations in downtown Austin, including the Austin Police Department, the Federal Courthouse and the Mexican Consultant. According to the Austin Police Department, around 2:30 Friday morning, the shooting spree ended when the suspect drove up in a white van and fired at an APD officer outside the police station. The officer returned fire, hitting the suspect. As officers approached the injured man, they noticed a possible explosive device in the van. As they dragged out the suspect they noticed he was wearing some sort of suspicious vest. Right now the bomb squad is

In Ferguson, Witness Intimidation,
Lying by ´Community of Color´
Breitbart Big Government, by Ben Shapiro    Original Article
Posted By: mitzi- 11/28/2014 10:24:21 AM     Post Reply
On Monday night, after the release of the grand jury verdict rejecting indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of 18-year-old black man Michael Brown, President Obama took to the microphones. “We need to recognize that this is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America,” he said. “[T]here are still problems and communities of color aren´t just making these problems up.” Obama was wrong, at least in the case of Darren Wilson. In viewing thousands of pages of FBI interviews and grand jury testimony, it becomes eminently clear that many members of

Progressives Seem Unaware the
Election Results Proved Their
Policies Aren’t Popular
Daily Signal, by Thomas Tyler    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 11/28/2014 10:19:58 AM     Post Reply
I listened to progressive leaders for a full day last week—and learned they’ve got no new ideas to offer. The speakers at the 2014 Policy Summit, hosted by the Center for American Progress, included Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Sen. Cory Booker, D- N.J., United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power, and Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro explain their plans for a progressive future. After the widespread Democratic defeats in the recent midterm elections, had these liberals learned anything? Would they propose any new policies? The short answer: no. No one suggested that the

  


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End the Media Blackout
on Gay Rapists
American Thinker, by Peter Heck    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 11/28/2014 9:20:03 AM     Post Reply
Rape is a hideous crime. (snip)ask yourself why you haven’t heard much from the Mainstream Media about the recent arrest of 66 year-old Terrence Bean, charged with raping a 15-year old boy. The answer is because Terrence isn’t a Catholic priest. Instead, he’s the co-founder and on the board of directors of the homosexual organization ironically called the “Human Rights Campaign.” The confused souls you see who adorn their car bumpers with the yellow equal sign emblazoned on a blue sticker are flying Bean’s flag…with pride, no doubt. Bean is also a very wealthy man who gives lavishly to the Democratic Party

Come To #Ferguson At Thanksgiving, It’s
A Riot – Black Friday Protests Planned…
Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 11/28/2014 8:55:05 AM     Post Reply
They didn’t get it, so now they want to shut it down… FERGUSON • The relative calm leading up to Thanksgiving continued Thursday with reports of sporadic protests at St. Louis-area big-box stores sparsely populated by shoppers taking advantage of expanded holiday shopping hours. Throughout the day and early evening, police and in some instances National Guard units responded to Twitter posts pointing to imminent demonstrations at area Target and WalMart locations. (Snip for tweet) Law enforcement upon arrival for the most part encountered one or two of the people responsible for the Tweets.

Peruvian Potatoes Pack
a Peck of Problems
Wall Street Journal, by Leslie Josephs    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 11/28/2014 8:49:00 AM     Post Reply
Edilberto Soto was nabbed at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport last month with a five-kilo haul from Peru. The contraband: A rainbow-colored assortment of potatoes from the Andean highlands, near where the tuber was first cultivated millennia ago. “They took them away from us,” says Mr. Soto, a potato grower who had planned on showcasing the spuds at a food show in Brooklyn. By “they” Mr. Soto was referring to America’s line of defense against the illicit entry of food products: a team of agricultural specialists and customs officers who use a floppy-eared beagle—wearing a dark blue vest

Peace With Islam in Our Time
FrontPage, by Daniel Greenfield    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 11/28/2014 8:48:45 AM     Post Reply
Abdallah Bulgasem Zehaf-Bibeau, the crackhead turned Jihadist spawned by the mating of a Canadian immigration official and a Libyan Muslim Jihadist, just wanted peace. He told a co-worker, “There can’t be world peace until there’s only Muslims.” Then he tried to usher in peace, the Islamic way, by opening fire near the Canadian parliament. Meanwhile in Israel a reporter interviewing Arab Muslim settlers in Jerusalem found that they too wanted peace. On their terms.

Burt Reynolds auctioning off his personal
memorabilia amid financial troubles
New York Daily News, by Nancy Dillon    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 11/28/2014 8:37:22 AM     Post Reply
Actor Burt Reynolds is staging a glitzy auction of his Hollywood memorabilia to help deliver him from debt. The "Deliverance" star is selling his 1998 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in "Boogie Nights," a signature red leather jacket from "Smokey and the Bandit II" and hundreds of other personal items to drum up cash. "I´ve collected so many things that I truly adore but at this stage of my life I find it very difficult to manage them all," he said in a statement released by organizer Julien´s Auctions. The sale is set for Dec. 11 and 12 at

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