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Today in Texas History - September 23

From the Annals of the Halls of Justice –  In 1899, Thomas Campbell Clark was born in Dallas.  Clark was born to a family of lawyers.  129 more words

Today In Texas History

The Lynching of Hillary Clinton

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For the first time in the history of the Republic is “lynching” considered in the case of a white individual, Hillary Clinton. She should have seen it coming i) she failed to route a black contender for the seat of the presidency in 2008 ii) she served in a “black” administration iii) she is running for president and has embraced several “black” agendas iv) she’s been advocating lately against race inequality and police brutality v) she is now campaigning with a “black” president. 2,680 more words

Politics, Social Issues

US Attorney General: Connected Cars Could Be Assassination Vehicles

The US Attorney General’s Office has warned that rogue nation states could remotely hack vehicles for the purpose of killing their ideological or geopolitical enemies. 515 more words

US: Turing CEO Shkreli Arrested By FBI

Martin Shkreli, CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, the maker of HIV drug Daraprim, has been arrested by the FBI. He was unshaven, and wearing a grey hoodie during the proceedings. 337 more words

LGBT

Former Congressman Unleashes on Attorney General in Rant Against Islam: ‘Go Ahead and Prosecute Me. I Dare You.’

The Blaze

A former U.S. congressman urged Attorney General Loretta Lynch to arrest him after she warned on Thursday that her office would take a more aggressive approach to those spewing anti-Muslim rhetoric. 170 more words

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