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New protests erupt in south St. Louis after fatal, officer-involved #shawshooting; Update: Police chief provides details of gun battle [photos]

The hashtag #shawshooting was trending late tonight after south St. Louis residents took to the streets following a fatal, officer-involved shooting incident. News consumers should learn from the past and be wary of inflammatory claims made by overzealous advocates on all sides. But, alas, many won’t. Here’s the story for now. The victi…
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South Portland Maine set to ban shipping tar sand oil from its port

“The destruction of our earth will stop now.”
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South Carolina: City of Tega Cay Amending Discharge Ordinance

Tega Cay is in the process of amending its current ordinance that imposes unnecessary restrictions on the discharge of firearms within the city limits.  While this proposed amendment makes a slight improvement to what is currently on the books, it does not go far enough. …
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1 Dead After Ferry Sinks of South Korean Coast


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South Dakota: HB 1229 Passes State Senate, Heads to Governor for his Signature

Today, the South Dakota Senate passed House Bill 1229 by a 26 to 9 vote.  HB 1229, introduced by state Representative Timothy Johns (R-31), would ensure that South Dakota state law meets the requirements set forth in the federal NICS Improvement Amendments Act (NIAA) of 2007 and would ensure a strong restoration of rights provision for South Da…
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New Documentary “Veil of Tears” Highlights Sex-Selection Abortion, Infanticide in South Asia

Gender-based abortion, infanticide, bride burning, sex trafficking, widow abandonment – these are just a few of the abuses aimed at women Gospel for Asia highlighted today as it promoted its new documentary “Veil of Tears” (www.veiloftearsmovie.com) at the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) convention. The documentary, which w…
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South Carolina House Panel Passes Bill to Ban Abortions After 20 Weeks

A South Carolina state House committee has a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks based on scientific evidence showing unborn children feel pain. Currently the state allows abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy unless the life of the mother is at risk. A National Right to Life Committee poll found that 63 […]…
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South Dakota: State House Passes Pro-Firearms HB 1229

Yesterday, February 20, the South Dakota House of Representatives passed House Bill 1229 by a 53-17 vote.  HB 1229, introduced by state Representative Timothy Johns (R-31), would allow South Dakota state law to meet the requirements set forth in the federal NICS Improvement Amendments Act (NIAA) of 2007.  …
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South Carolina: Concealed Carry Reform Bill Sent to Governor

Today, the South Carolina House of Representatives concurred with Senate amendments to Senate Bill 308 by a 90-18 vote.  This important pro-gun legislation makes a number of improvements to the South Carolina Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP), including removing the prohibition on CWP holders carrying a concealed handgun into an establishment lice…
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South Carolina: Concealed Weapons Permit Bill Sent to the state House for Concurrence Vote

Yesterday, Senate Bill 308, which seeks to make a number of improvements to the South Carolina Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP), was sent to the state House of Representatives for a concurrence vote after technical amendments were made in the Senate by a 34-3 vote.  The House could take up this bill as early as next Tuesday….
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South Dakota: 2014 Legislative Session Convenes Today

Today, the South Dakota Legislature convenes its 89th legislative session.  The NRA will continue this year to fight any attack against your Second Amendment rights and to help pass pro-gun reforms in Pierre. …
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Canadians, Brits Still Trapped in South Sudan City U.S. Evacuated

“…fairly consistent gunfire and heavy machine gunfire.”


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South Carolina Sheriff Defies Obama’s Order to Lower Flags As Tribute to Nelson Mandela


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Water, Wealth and Fracking In South Africa

South Africa is the most beautiful country I have had the pleasure of visiting. The diversity of people, animals and nature is immense and makes for a truly unique country. But, an economy need to keep turning over and that is why the energy [...]
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Jihad in Thailand: 118 incidents reported in October in deep South

Here's the latest horror report from our man Chai in Thailand:

During the month of October 2013, Muslim terrorists made 118 attacks in Thailand's four southern provinces, where they murdered 32 people and wounded 72 others. The most common method of attack was the roadside bomb (45 incidents), followed by shootings (28 incidents).
To put some perspective on these attacks by Muslim terrorists, consider that 114 of the attacks and all of the deaths and injuries took place in three provinces: Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala, that have a combined population of about 1.9 million people. 
Can you imagine if the city of Houston, Texas (population about 2 million people) had 114 Muslim terror attacks, 32 killed and 72 injured in the month of October alone?

118 incidents reported in October in deep South
The Sunday Nation November 3, 2013
A total of 32 people were killed and 72 others wounded in 118 incidents of southern unrest during October, Prince of Songkla University's Deep South Watch (DSW) has reported.
The unrest continued yesterday with the latest victim a former assistant village headman, who was shot dead in Yala's Bannang Sata district. The shooting of Hama Marana, 51, took place at 2am in Tambon Bacho as he was returning home from a rubber plantation. He was shot by an unknown assailant.
DSW reported that from October 1-31, there were 37 attacks in Narathiwat that killed 21 people and wounded 31 others; 56 incidents in Pattani that killed six people and injured 26 others; and 21 incidents in Yala that killed five people and injured 15 others. Songkhla saw four incidents but reported no deaths or injuries. The most 
common attack was bombings with 45 cases, followed by shootings with 28 cases.

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