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The CDC expanded on its figures it released last week showing that abortions dropped another three percent in 2010 and are down 8 percent over the last two years. The new report shows the abortion rate has fallen to its lowest point in over 30 years. The new report said: “The abortion rate was the […]…
The debate over raising the minimum wage to $ 15 an hour rages on. @michaelianblack @liars_never_win @politicsofamy but regulations harm jobs. Why can't workers get full-time hours?— Prudence Paine (@PruPaine) December 05, 2013 Michael Ian Black got involved in this particular conversation, and attempted to disprove the above claim by rea…
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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…
“We’re talking about one-sixth of the U.S. economy and this is the system that they have now settled on.”
The National Rifle Association sued San Francisco on Tuesday, claiming the city violated the constitutional right to possess guns for self defense with a new ordinance banning possession of magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition….
Jessica Sanford was thrilled when President Barack Obama held her up as one of the Affordable Care Act’s success stories during a speech in the White House Rose Garden last month.
“Who wouldn’t?” Sanford told CNN. “I’m a nobody really to have him mention my story.”
Under Massachusetts law, gun owners are required to keep their weapons stored in a locked container or locked in some other way. During the selectmen’s discussion last week, Selectman Barry Greenfield asked the town’s legal counsel to provide an opinion on whether that provision could be locally enforced.”We need the ability to enforce the state law,” Greenfield said, accord ing to Patch’s coverage of the meeting on Nov. 6, before asking if police in Swampscott, a town of about 14,000 people on the North Shore, would have the authority to inspect gun storage. Would it be legal, Greenfield asked, for police to make sure gun owners are complying with those standards?
Far-left comedian Bill Maher has consistently admitted that President Barack Obama “lied” when he promised all Americans they would be able to keep their health insurance plans under Obamacare. Others, however, like DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, are apparently not quite ready to admit it.
The two found themselves at odds on HBO’s “Real Time” on Friday as they battled over whether it truly was a “lie.”
The title of the piece at the pro-abortion Thinkprogress.org site is “Abortion Stigma Hurts Women, But Here’s How We Can Start Getting Rid of it.” And the immediate form that this attempt to destigmatize abortion is something called a “1 in 3 Week of Action.”
It’s intended “to get the conversation going,” Tara Culp-Ressler tells us.
Parents Outraged Over This Highly Intrusive School Survey – Which Was Deleted Shortly After TheBlaze Started Asking Questions
What’s your religion? Your sexual orientation? Your parents’ political affiliation? Should “assault rifles” be banned? Who’s to blame for the government shutdown?
Do these sound like questions that high school sophomores should have to answer?
A Maryland high school that is “Common Core” compliant — as described to TheBlaze by a representative — allegedly administered a survey to its sophomore class that pried for personal information in a way that was apparently so invasive and intrusive that two parents contacted TheBlaze to show it to us.
Very perceptive, Ms. Tucker.
Her followers are just as astute:
Glenn Beck shared a story with viewers on Wednesday that he’s been keeping close to the vest since before the 2012 election, explaining that he’s been waiting for the right time to say what exactly happened, and what it means for the country.
It all began, Beck said, in what he believes was late August when he was getting ready to do a number of events with FreedomWorks.
Two Republicans were sworn in Thursday to replace the Colorado Senate Democrats they defeated in historic recalls over new gun restrictions.Former Colorado Springs Councilman Bernie Herpin and retired Pueblo police officer George Rivera took the oath of office in front of a Senate packed with Republican lawmakers and other supporters in the gallery. They were greeted with loud cheers and applause.Herpin said in his opening speech that he would “never forget the lesson of this summer.”"We serve at the pleasure of those we represent,” he said.