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Report on Benghazi: It Was a 'Preventable' Terrorist Attack
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: corruption, democrats, cover-up, dishonesty, elections, ethics, government, obama, news, military, lies, war )

Nancy
- 93 days ago - theblaze.com
Committee finds that the State Department under Hillary Clinton failed entirely to respond to "significant strategic" warnings regarding the deteriorating security conditions in eastern Libya. SHE FAILED TO ANSWER THE "3:00AM" CALL FOR HELP THEN LIED
America Needs A White Republican President
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, ethics, freedoms, government, humans, interesting, politics, rights, society, usa )

Carol
- 93 days ago - theblacksphere.net
Admit it. You want a white Republican president again. Now before you start feeling like you're a racist, understand you are not. Wanting a white Republican president doesn't make you racist, it just makes you American.
THERE'S ONE SURPRISING THING CAPTURED IN THIS PICTURE THAT WOULD TERRIFY ANY PARENT
Offbeat  (tags: americans, bizarre, children, humans, interesting, off-beat, photos )

Carol
- 108 days ago - theblaze.com
A California woman made a starling discovery when reviewing family photos she had snapped during a recent trip to Manhattan Beach on Friday.
Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds Critical, Son Dead After Stabbing Attack Inside Home
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: democrats, news )

Nancy
- 150 days ago - foxnews.com
"In this tough and sad time, our thoughts and prayers are with the Deeds family. The news from this morning is utterly heartbreaking," McDonnell said in a statement. "At this moment, our state unites in prayer for Creigh Deeds and his family."
Lasers Might Lead to Cure for Brain Diseases Such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, healthcare, humans, illness, investigation, Laser, medicine, research, science, study, treatment )

Kit
- 162 days ago - sciencedaily.com
The researchers discovered, as they show in the journal Nature Photonics, that it is possible to distinguish aggregations of the proteins, believed to cause the diseases, from the the well-functioning proteins in the body by using multi-photon laser-->
Navajo Code Talker Honored Saturday
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: WWII, veteran, Navajo code talkers )

Judy
- 157 days ago - stripes.com
Twenty-nine men gathered together and created a code that was unbreakable. They brought it with them as they entered the battlefields of World War II. The Japanese tortured the men they caught in an effort to break the code, but they couldn't.
Leaked Documents Reveal Obama Administration Push for Internet Freedom Limits, Terms That Raise Drug Prices in Closed-Door Trade
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: TPP, wikileaks, IP chapter, trade agreement, Asia, USA, drugs, IT, economy, dishonesty )

Angelika
- 154 days ago - citizen.org
Secret documents published today by WikiLeaks and analyzed by Public Citizen reveal that the Obama administration is demanding terms that would limit Internet freedom and access to lifesaving medicines throughout the Asia-Pacific region and bind Americans
Nearly 400 Children Reportedly Rescued After Worldwide Child-Porn Bust
Society & Culture  (tags: children, crime, abuse, ethics, humans, goodnews, society, violence )

Nancy
- 155 days ago - theblaze.com
Nearly 400 children have been rescued, police said, as a result of a three-year international child-pornography investigation, according to the Associated Press.
White Supremacist Finds Out He's Part African On Talk Show (TEXT and VIDEO)
Society & Culture  (tags: world, funny, racism, Craig Cobb, neo-nazis, funny, society, media )

Carrie
- 157 days ago - eurweb.com
The white supremacist leader attempting to turn a rural North Dakotan town into a "neo-Nazi-controlled paradise" recently underwent a DNA test for a syndicated talk show. As it turns out, he's got some Sub-Saharan African genetics in his blood.
Homeless Man Finds $850, Turns It in and Gets Benefits Cut for His Honesty
Society & Culture  (tags: Hackensack New Jersey, homeless, honesty, James, Brady, society, ethics, rights, government, sadness )

Carrie
- 157 days ago - rawstory.com
A homeless man who turned over $850 he found on a New Jersey street is a bit poorer for his honesty now, after the Hackensack Human Services Department cut his newly-granted Medicaid and housing benefits for failing to report new income.
 
 
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