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Chicago Gunman Taken Down By Armed Uber Driver

Uber Driver Shoots Man Who Shot At Group In Logan Square

” An Uber driver put his concealed carry permit to use Friday night when he pulled a shotgun and opened fire on a man he saw firing a pistol into a group of people on a Logan Square sidewalk, according to prosecutors.

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Law

Review on Ezekiel and Individual Responsibility

Here is my review on the paper by Barnabas Lindars – “Ezekiel and Individual Responsibility”.

According to this paper, the concept of individual responsibility is not the unique teaching of Ezekiel, as many people tend to believe. 1,604 more words

Ezekiel

Victim Turns Tables On Would-Be Rapist , Drags Him To Police Station By His Hair

Mumbai Student Pradnya Mandhare Drags Sex Attacker To Police Station By The Hair As Crowd Does Nothing

” When a would-be rapist attacked uni student Pradnya Mandhare at a crowded Mumbai train station at two-thirty in the afternoon, nobody came to her aid.

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Education

Prevailing Over the Welfare State

Heritage Foundation, March 20, 2015

Ying Ma addressed the Conservative Women’s Network in a speech titled “Prevailing Over the Welfare State.”  She shared her personal story, as recounted in the memoir  155 more words

Conservatism

Committee on Individual Responsibility Protects Citizens

As partner at McGinn, Carpenter, Montoya & Love, PA, based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Kathleen “Kathy” Love represents the “Davids against the Goliaths” in medical malpractice, catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. 154 more words

Albuquerque

70 Years

‘It seems all the stories we heard about the concentration camps in Germany were almost all true. But the only people in these camps were Jews and political prisoners.

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General

migdalit reblogged this on Pagan Israelophile and commented:

Since I did not get around to writing a post that lives up to the anniversary I will substitute Wren's because I don't think I could have written it any better. It is very easy to demonise Germans for the Shoah and comfort ourselves with the idea that "it" can never happen again; it is a lot harder to start thinking about the idea that the Shoah did not exactly happen in a vacuum. As a nice lady in Yad vaShem once told me: This is not about finding more people to blame, after 70 years we should really be moving past blame. It is about understanding why it happened so it will not happen again.