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Missouri: House Could Consider NRA-Supported Bill at Anytime

At anytime, the Missouri House of Representatives could bring up for consideration Senate Joint Resolution 36.  …

This Could Be One of the Greatest Pranks Ever Pulled on an Athlete

“He’s the perfect guy to do this trick on because he does not pay attention to anything, ever.”

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Alaska Law Could Finally Stop Hundreds of Tax-Funded Abortions

The State of Alaska has adopted a new regulation requiring abortion practitioners to give greater clarity on why they think an abortion is “medically necessary.” Pro-life advocates have expressed hope that the regulation will result in fewer state-funded abortions, while increasing the demand for pro-life alternatives. Under existing federal la…

Woman’s Text Saved Her From Kidnapping That Could Have Led to Forced Prostitution

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Boston Magazine: “Court Battle Over ‘Pro-Israel’ Billboards Could Be a ‘Tough Win’ For the MBTA”

Boston Magazine has a fair, balanced and reasoned analysis of today’s court battle in Boston. The writer, a Boston College college professor was interviewed here on FOX. “The Court Battle Over ‘Pro-Israel’ Billboards Could Be a ‘Tough Win’ For the MBTA” Boston Magazine, December 3, 2013 An expert from Boston College weighs in as the transit…
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California: Replica toy guns could face ban

Toy guns made to look like the real thing would be banned in California under legislation announced Friday in Sonoma County, where a sheriff’s deputy last month shot and killed a 13 year old boy after mistaking his replica AK 47 pellet gun for an assault rifle.The bill, to be introduced by five lawmakers, would require pellet and other toy guns to …

Florida: Letter to the Leon County Commissioners Stating Ordinance Could Lead to Gun Ban and/or Confiscation

The Gun Writer, Lee Williams, of the Herald-Tribune commented on his blog, Hammer: Leon County ordinance could lead to gun ban, confiscation on past NRA President and Executive Director of Unified Sportsmen of Florida Marion Hammer’s letter to the Leon County Board of Commissioners.  “Lee’s note: USF Executive Director Marion Hammer sent a blunt letter to the Leon County commissioners this week, who are drafting their own gun bill and pressuring licensed dealers for help.  Two things stand out.”

The Adoption Option: You Could be the One to Save a Baby From Abortion

November is Adoption Awareness Month. Adoption is the option that everyone can live with–the mother, the father, the extended families, and, literally, the child.

Over fifty-five million lives ended through abortion in our nation have left countless women, men, and their families wounded. Adoption, by contrast, brings a legacy of life and love into this world. Both create a ripple effect for generations to come, one for ill, one for good.

100 Children Could be Euthanized Every Year in Belgium if New Law Passes

We have discussed the Belgian legislation that would open euthanasia to children more than once here at Human Exceptionalism. Now, the mainstream media is catching up. From the Washington Post story.

Belgium, where euthanasia is now legal for people over the age of 18, the government is considering extending it to children — something that no other country has done. The same bill would offer the right to die to adults with early dementia.

Two Muslim Holy Days Could Become Public School Holidays Under NYC Mayoral Winner

Public schools in New York, the biggest city in the U.S., might institute days off on certain Muslim holy days, since both mayoral candidates vying for office say they support such a move.

Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate, and Joe Lhota, the Republican, have said Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha should be added to the holiday calendar along with other major religious observations, including Christmas, Good Friday, and Rosh Hashanah, the New York Daily News reports.

NJ’s 2002 smart-gun law could take effect soon, limit supply

For years, they’ve existed only in science fiction and the archives of the New Jersey Legislature: handguns that fire only in the grip of an authorized user. And yet these so-called “smart guns” soon could be the only kind sold legally in New Jersey under a state law that has languished on the books for a decade. 

Gun limits could lead to recalls of legislators

Gun-rights advocates are ready to launch a recall attempt aimed at some of California’s most vulnerable Democratic state lawmakers – and the party’s supermajority hold on the Legislature – if Gov. Jerry Brown signs some of the dozen-plus gun-control bills sitting on his desk.

Leawo Music Recorder is a decent but easy to use music recording software program that helps you record any audio it could capture.

Leawo Music Recorder is a highly-praised audio recording software app that can help music lovers easily get music from any audio source for free. It can record music and audio from both computer audio and input audio from Realtek High Definition Audio, Realtek Digital Input, etc. Also, it can act as streaming audio recorder and online music recorder to record computer audio and online music of YouTube, AOL Music, Last.fm, iTunes Radio, BBC audio, Pandora music, etc.

How One Tiny Change (Deisgned by Marines) in How You Tie Your Shoes Could Change Your Year

The time it takes to tie your shoelaces is probably so minuscule that you don’t even think about how you could make it faster. But for members of the military or others wearing lace-up boots, saving seconds on this piece of attire could be important in situations where they count the most.

Designed by Marines, the patent-pending TacLace, is a simple device that helps reduce boot lace tying by about half the usual lace-up time.

You Could Have a Breakthrough HIV Medicine Sitting in Your Bathroom Cabinet

A cream you might have in your bathroom medicine cabinet to treat a type of nail fungus could be the next big thing to prevent the spread of HIV.

Ciclopirox is a topical antifungal cream used for dermatological and other medical purposes, but researchers at Rutgers University found it also eliminated the HIV infection from cells in culture. Even after the treatment was stopped, the virus did not return.