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France: Anti-Semites blur the line between ‘terrorist’ and ‘protester’

As reported at Twitchy, despite the ban, “thousands in Paris took to the streets to take part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration that soon turned violent. ”The protesters seem oblivious to the irony of denouncing violence while taking part in it. 19 more words

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One Year of Fracking in CO, Creates More Jobs than Obama’s Entire Economy Has for Millennials

Fracking in the state of Colorado during the year 2012 created 111,000 jobs whereas Barack Obama’s entire economy has only generated 110,000 jobs for Millennials since 2007. 20 more words

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Staff favorites: books with attitude

Posted by Jen B.

The 2014 Spring/Summer edition of Staff Favorites is now available! Here, in their own words, Library staff members talk about why they love books with attitude. 397 more words

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Harry Leslie Smith - Harry's Last Stand

Some people may wonder if we need the views of a 91-year old RAF veteran in addition to all the other views and opinions we take in on a daily basis. 355 more words

UN agency returns rockets to Hamas

I’ve really made an effort over the years to continue to try to find something nice to say about the United Nations, since I still believe that a properly run, responsibly directed international body could accomplish a lot of good in the world. 26 more words

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Texas to Take Action on Obama’s Border Crisis

According to Perry, more than 203,000 illegal aliens responsible for committing more than 640,000 crimes, including 3000 homicides, have been booked into Texas county jails since 2008. 60 more words

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The tranquillity of Obama's mind

When White House press secretary Josh Earnest said this week that President Barack Obama had “substantially improved the tranquillity of the global community,” many observers reacted with disbelief. 10 more words

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