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Thanks To Erik Paulsen, More People Could Face The Death Penalty

Earlier this year, Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.) voted for H.R. 115, the Thin Blue Line Act. If it becomes law, prosecutors could more easily seek the death penalty against people who kill or attempt to kill police, firefighters, and other first responders. 579 more words

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By now, we all know that the republican President Donald J. Trump didn’t think twice about tweeting a video meme showing him at a WWE event pummeling a man who has the CNN LOGO over his face. 768 more words

Politics

THIS NORTH PHILLY COMIC BOOK CONVENTION IS ON A MISSION

Nestled on Broad Street between Susquehanna Avenue and Dauphin streets right off Temple University’s campus is the TECH Freire Charter School. The block, also home to the historic Uptown Theater, is where this year’s  1,330 more words

Culture

How to Recycle Your Writing Like a Pro

Most professional writers have a secret to producing quality work at such a fast pace: they know how to reuse their work really well. In this recent article… 28 more words

Writing

Not Just CNN: Five Fake Trump-Russia Stories 

CNN recently caught flak for publishing a story on Trump-Russia collusion that was later retracted.

The retraction led to the resignation of three CNN journalists, and in the eyes of many on the right, the incident was just more proof that the media is desperate to go after President Trump on Russia allegations — with or without facts. 50 more words

This Pakistani journalist is Missing TTP Spokesman

Pakistanis felt a sigh of relief early this year when TTP Spokesman Ehsan Ullah Ehsan was apprehended. His apprehension contributed in effectively bringing down terror incidents in Pakistan. 174 more words

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