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OK! Magazine

by Nichole Eggenberger

October 1, 2010

Amber Portwood and Gary Shirley got into a violent fight in this week's Teen Mom after Gary threatened to report her to Child Protective Services.

"We were made aware of the domestic abuse following the episode that aired on MTV," Anderson Public Information Officer Mitch Carroll of the Anderson Police Department told Radar Online. "Based on that there was a case drafted and a detective was assigned," Carroll explained. "The Department of Child Protective Services in Indiana notified us that they had been aware of the incident as well."

courthousenews.com

by Adam Klasfeld

December 18, 2012

An artist honored by the White House for AIDS activism sued New York City, claiming police illegally arrested her for filming officers stopping and frisking black teenagers outside her house.

Hadiyah Charles sued New York City, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, his Officers Pamela Benites and Raymond Williams, and a John Doe officer, in Federal Court. President Obama declared Hadiyah Charles, a 34-year-old artist, a "Champion of Change" in the fight against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. The NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy has been the subject of several federal lawsuits. Charles claims she was arrested after she pointed her smartphone at "police harassment" of teenagers outside her home six months ago.

Big Journalism

by Mary Chastain

March 1, 2012

Last week The Huffington Post published Larry Doyle's "satire" article "The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum." It's a disgusting piece of bigotry that's disguised as satire.

I think Mr. Doyle should leave The Simpsons" and work on "South Park" where they perfectly nail satire every single week. I even enjoy their satire episodes on the Catholic Church. The best part about "South Park" though, is they are consistent and will go after everyone. No one is sacred.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Bryan Nash

August 30, 2012

Hurricane Isaac interfered with the Republican National Convention and resulted in a storm of tweets from liberals. Entertainers from "tolerant" Hollywood unleashed hateful messages aimed at those in Tampa, Fla., the site of the RNC.

Actress Ellen Barkin retweeted a message from one of her followers saying: "C'mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC." Samuel L. Jackson also got in on the action, tweeting that it was unfair that Hurricane Isaac missed the Republican convention, saying he didn't understand God's plan.

Michelle Malkin

by Doug Powers

February 21, 2013

"We have put in place the toughest ethics laws and toughest transparency rules of any administration in history" - Barack Obama

Protecting the environment for some reason seems to necessitate maintaining a complex web of email accounts and aliases. Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson - if that's her real name - had already admitted to using the pseudonym "Richard Windsor" on a separate government email account that she used in addition to her own. It's now been discovered that Jackson-Windsor also used a third email account for department business, this one not even connected in any way to the EPA...

RT

October 10, 2013

Edward Snowden's revelations of NSA surveillance programs prove that the US has abandoned the rule of law, betraying its own constitution, whistleblower Thomas Andrews Drake, told RT.

A group of US whistleblowers and activists has present Snowden with a Sam Adams Award for 'Integrity in Intelligence' in Moscow on Wednesday. "The irony is that the US has abandoned the rule of law," Drake, who also revealed NSA secrets in the past, said of Snowden's leaks. "They've unchained itself from their own constitution - the mechanism by which we govern ourselves. And when you ban the real law and use a secret law and secret interpretations of law, we're in a whole new ball game. It's a Pandora's Box."

musingsat85.com

March 24, 2012

See how Judge Napolitano got himself fired from Fox News in under five minutes!

FOX NEWS!! Home of "fair and balanced" news??? Does the Judge accuse anyone of anything? He only wonders, "what if?" But apparently even his "what if's" come too close to the actuality.

dailycaller.com

by Patrick Howley

January 17, 2014

The man formerly known as "The World's Most Wanted Hacker" told Congress that the HealthCare.gov Obamacare enrollment website clearly "did not consider security as a priority."

"It would be a hacker's wet dream to break into healthcare.gov," said Kevin Mitnick, once the world's most wanted cybercriminal and now a top cyber security consultant, in written testimony before the House Science, Space and Technology Committee. "After reading the documents provided by David Kennedy that detailed numerous security vulnerabilities associated with the healthcare.gov web site, it's clear that the management team did not consider security as a priority," Mitnick wrote.

CNS News

September 6, 2012

Amazon.com Inc. unveiled a slew of new Kindle Fire devices and an e-reader called Paperwhite on Thursday at an event in Santa Monica, Calif.

The new gadgets range from $119 to $499. It's Amazon's latest effort to compete with Apple's iPad, the No. 1 tablet. Here's a look at some of the interesting new features for the gadgets...

thelibertydigest.com

by Terrance Darrow

November 23, 2013

'"You did WHAT?" asked the police after Lisa Paulson took matters into her own hands after her car was stolen. What did she do? She stole it back, and took their pot with her.

As KXFT reports, Lisa Paulson started to leave her Winthrop, Massachusetts home on Tuesday morning. Walking out to the driveway, she saw that her SUV, an Escape, was missing. She reported the matter to the police. They took a report but there was nothing they could do. She waited a few days, and nothing happened. She was really frustrated...

      
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