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China stocks volatile after Beijing acts to avoid crash

- Jul 6, 2015

China stocks remained volatile on Monday, despite a series of dramatic steps by officials over the weekend designed to support markets.



Minnesota Zoo Grizzly Shatters Glass Pane Of Enclosure With Rock

- Jul 6, 2015

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A grizzly bear at the Minnesota Zoo repeatedly slammed a 50-pound rock into the glass wall of its enclosure, cracking the thick pane separating the bears from surprised zoo-goers.



Swiss right-to-die group gets green light for new suicide room

- Jul 6, 2015

ZURICH (Reuters) - A Swiss organization that helps terminally ill people take their own lives and defends their right to refuse medical treatment said on Monday local authorities had allowed it to open another room for assisted suicides.



Two Previously Deported Illegal Immigrants Allegedly Murder Two Women in Two States — In 24 Ho

- Jul 6, 2015

A 24-hour period last Wednesday and Thursday saw two cases of male illegal immigrants allegedly murdering women in two separate U.S. states: California and Texas. In both instances, the women’s murder could have been prevented by authorities had they enforced existing U.S. immigration laws and/or had the U.S.-Mexico border been functionally secured.



Egypt looks set to approve disputed anti-terror law

- Jul 6, 2015

Cairo (AFP) - Rattled by attacks on its soldiers and the assassination of the top prosecutor, Egypt is set to pass sweeping legislation critics say grants police impunity, censors media and further restricts freedoms.







South Carolina State Senate Votes to Remove the Confederate Flag

- Jul 6, 2015

After a tragic shooting at a Charleston church, the South Carolina state Senate voted to remove the Confederate flag, which some lawmakers say symbolizes the motivation behind the crime, from the statehouse grounds.



Man Talks Of Flying Confederate Flag At Albert Lea Parade

- Jul 6, 2015

ALBERT LEA, Minn. (WCCO) — A small-town Minnesota firefighter has stirred up a firestorm by flying the Confederate flag at an Independence Day parade.

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Honoring our Forefathers

- Jul 6, 2015

Like nearly all South Carolinians, I was deeply saddened upon learning of the senseless murders at the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C. At the time, I was serving (military duties) outside the state when I also learned one of the slain was related to a fellow soldier.

I continue to pray for the families. Their Christian witness after the tragedy impacted us all.



Hating America Transcending Honoring America

- Jul 6, 2015

Over the past seven years, the United States of America has become the country people love to hate.

Hating America started as a blamefest and flowered out to a full blown hatefest.

While it is true that some people hated America long before Barack Obama ever got himself elected president, it was definitely Barack Obama who gave voice to the hatred of America.



Jane, David and Moses

- Jul 6, 2015

Jane, as in Fonda and David, as in Suzuki are having a great day. As CTVnews reports, they are rejoicing in a rally “aimed at bringing attention to climate change, employment and justice issues in Canada”, also known as the “climate rally.”

In case you were unaware, the people on this continent need some reminding, especially by “do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do” artists, like Jane or David. The news report also says “The rally will consist of a rare coalition of non-profit organizations and activist groups, including a variety [of] labour unions, Greenpeace, Idle No More and religious organizations.”







Marching with the enemy

- Jul 6, 2015

Imagine pro-tobacco groups wanted to participate in fund raising marches for cancer research. ‘We want to help defeat cancer too,’ the tobacco advocates announce.



On Social Security, we could follow the examples of Chile and Canada . . .

- Jul 6, 2015

Greece should be sparking more talk about how we address the runaway spending in this country, which is due in large part to the dysfunctionality of our Social Security system. Now I am not going to propose anything about cutting your Social Security benefits, which is what the Democrats scream about every time someone brings up this problem. They don’t want anyone to consider real solutions to this problem.



Whoa: Repeal of medical device tax may have veto-proof support

- Jul 6, 2015

Say this for ObamaCare: It certainly is a resilient piece of horrible legislation. No matter how many people want it either changed in part or repealed in full, it just keeps on keeping on without any real changes at all - unless, of course, the White House decides to unilaterally change what the law says. (And why not, since neither Congress nor the Supreme Court will do anything about it?) It goes to show just how much you can accomplish as president when you don’t care about the constitutional limits of your authority, and the voters don’t care about that either.



How ‘Robert Bork’s America’ Gave Us Justice Kennedy’s America

- Jul 6, 2015

It would go down in history as Sen. Edward Kennedy’s “Robert Bork’s America” speech.



Texas Clerk Refuses to Issue Licenses for Same-Sex Marriage

- Jul 6, 2015

Irion County, TX - Citing the Constitution and natural law, elected clerk for Irion County, Texas, Molly Crimer has vowed to stand for natural marriage. Referring to the opinion of five lawyers regarding marriage, Crimer said: “To keep my oath to uphold the Constitution, I must reject this ruling that I believe is lawless….I have to stand for the Constitution and the rule of law.”  Liberty Counsel is offering Ms. Crimer pro bono counsel.

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