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Man Loses Job, Gets Slapped With $525 Federal Charge for Mistakenly Taking $0.89 Soda Refill and Not Paying


A construction worker from North Charleston, S.C., is jobless and saddled with a $525 federal citation for mistakenly taking a $0.89 soda refill he thought was free at the VA Medical Center in downtown Charleston.

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Will S. reblogged this on Patriactionary.

After Nevada ranch stand-off, emboldened militias ask: where next?

Flat on his belly in a sniper position, wearing a baseball cap and a flak jacket, a protester aimed his semi-automatic rifle from the edge of an overpass and waited as a crowd below stood its ground against U.S. 132 more words


I have a thing for Theodore Roosevelt, okay?

If I could interview any person in the world, living or dead, I would choose President Theodore Roosevelt every time. 


Rancher, boxer, Rough Rider, naturalist, and finally twenty-sixth President of the United States of America, that’s quite a hefty resume, is it not? 525 more words

Community Forum: Muslims and the ADL

As threats of harrasment by the Australian Defence League escalated in past weeks, a community meeting was held in Bankstown on Tuesday to address the situation and allow affected Muslims to voice their concerns. 54 more words



Good Friday is one of the most boring days of the year I believe, so I have decided to share this little story by largely unknown Russian author… 765 more words


Consumers spooked over General Mills policy that voids right to sue

Perhaps it’s time Americans train themselves to read the fine print, and General Mills new policy terms are worth the read.

The legal changes now apply, whether it’s visiting the company’s website, downloading a coupon, entering a sweepstakes, or subscribing to a newsletter, and you’re effectively agreeing to  414 more words


Kim Dotcom Gets his Stuff back - Two Years Later

There’s a lot going on in the news lately with insane people murdering strangers and babies. I’m letting all that stuff sink in before I write anything. 556 more words