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France Takes Drastic Action Against Potential Islamic Terrorists

The Local AR  According to France’s Interior Minister Gerard Collomb, the French police are confiscating guns from 100 people who are suspected of being Islamic militants. “We traced about a hundred … We’re sizing up the situation and taking the weapons away,” Collomb told TV channel CNews. The confiscation comes after public defenders

South Florida Gun Club Aims to Train Black Gun Owners

A South Florida gun club has taken aim at helping an underserved community when it comes to second amendment rights – the black community. Travis Campbell opened the South Florida Black Arms Gun Club with the intent of specifically serving the general black community in South Florida. In an interview with

The Taurus Raging Hornet Packs More Than a Wicked Sting

Say what you want about Taurus (go ahead, we do) but the Raging Hornet is a piece of work. Varmint-rifle performance and accuracy in a double action revolver. That’s what you get with our unique Raging Accuracy series. They are built with the same massively strong design as our Raging Bull™

It’s Time America Honors Police Again

“Our country’s law enforcement officers represent the best of American courage. Yet today, a deceitful media has put their courage under fire,” says NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre. “It’s time America honored its police again.” For decades, the NRA has been an unwavering supporter of American law enforcement,

The Government Can Seize Anything, Including a Skyscraper!

In recent times, law enforcement has gotten out of control. Police have been emboldened by SWAT teams, aggressively discriminate against minorities and engage in abusive tactics such as “no knock” raids, “stop and frisk,” asset forfeiture laws and a variety of other ways to trample upon our sacred Bill of

This Fund Could Aid the Health of More than a Portfolio

The PureFunds ETFx HealthTech ETF (Nasdaq: IMED) stands at an interesting crossroads between the field of medicine itself and the technology used to advance medical knowledge and treatment in new and exciting ways. This intersection between medicine and technology has been dubbed “HealthTech.” Medicine continuously is driven forward by the application

Hillary’s unused ‘victory’ confetti now inside therapy snow globes for her glum fans

**Written by Doug Powers On election night in November, the Hillary Clinton campaign was ready to shower her victory partiers with a whole lot of confetti, but instead, the party favor containers ended up like the copy of Monogamy Forever somebody once gave Bill: Unopened. But that confetti is now being

Obama charms seemingly stoked Alaskan baby

Jolene Jackinsky snaps a selfie after she and 6-month-old Giselle were greeted by none other than former U.S. President Barack Obama at Anchorage International Airport in Alaska. (CNN)Barack Obama may not be president anymore, but his legendary baby-whispering skills are apparently still going strong, after photos of his encounter with

Real Racism in the police ,a black man gets arrested for stopping a pedophile from molesting a girl

Brooklyn actor and hip-hop artist Moise Morancy saved a girl from an alleged sexual assault while riding a bus in Queens, Tuesday. Morancy posted a video recorded by another passenger to social media, that shows the 21-year-old rapper restraining the alleged assailant before police arrived at the scene. “Don’t you

Bainbridge Island authorities warn of active shooter near Eagle Harbor

An active shooter has been firing a gun from a boat toward the Bainbridge Island shoreline late Saturday, near Eagle Harbor. People are advised to avoid the shoreline area. No one has been injured, said Assistant Fire Chief Luke Carpenter. “He was just firing randomly,” Carpenter said. Washington State Ferries

After Lengthy Fight, DOJ Clears Texas’ Voter ID Law

The Department of Justice will withdraw from a legal challenge to Texas’ voter ID law, after the state legislature enacted several legislative fixes to the law to assuage the Department’s concerns. Reuters reports that the Department filed a motion informing the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Bob Dole: ‘Strong American leadership being restored by President Trump’

Bob Dole heaped praise on President Trump for what he described as the restoration of "strong American leadership" put on display during his trip to Europe over the past few days. Calling it a "successful trip" overall, Dole, a former Republican senator from Kansas who ran unsuccessfully for president in

Putin praises Trump and hails new era of co-operation

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Calm prevails in southern Syria ahead of truce

A day before a new ceasefire deal takes effect in southwestern Syria, the concerned areas are relatively calm with the exception of sporadic strikes by the Syrian regime, a monitoring group have said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Saturday, the Syrian regime shelled two villages in the

140,000 Customers Without Power After Electrical Fire, Explosion at LADWP Plant in Northridge

The 230 Kilovolt equipment, which carries high voltage electricity and distributes it to customers in the surrounding area, caught fire, according to a LADWP press release. The fire only affected one portion of the station but power to and from the facility has been shut off while LAFD personnel work

GE looks to hire 400 more for downtown center this year (Ohio)

General Electric Co.’s Global Operations Center at the Banks is on track to hire about 400 additional professionals by end of this year, WCPO reports. GE had hired about 1,400 through May, with the goal of hiring a total of 1,800 at the 12-story office building between the Reds and

“Come to Me, and I Will Give You Rest” (Sermon on Matthew 11:25-30 and Romans 7:14-25a)

“Come to Me, and I Will Give You Rest” (Matthew 11:25-30; Romans 7:14-25a) “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Here in this verse from today’s Gospel, Matthew 11:28, Jesus issues a gracious invitation and makes a wonderful promise. “Come to

Cue the Protests: Philly Theater Company to Stage Musical Comedy About Abortion (barf)

Normally, when we get a press release from a local theater company about its latest work, the press release includes, you know, the name of the play. But Philly theater company Lightning Rod Special bucked that trend this week went they sent us a notice announcing its musical comedy about

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