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What message are our legislators sending to voters, when they publicly admit they haven't done their job? How many bills are passed each year that policymakers haven't even bothered to read? This is disgraceful. This is called dereliction of duties and we must demand a stop to this practice.

      
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wnd.com

by Michael Thompson

May 8, 2012

Source reveals site had been targeted by 'flagging' campaign.

One of the most popular Christian apologetics YouTube channels has been restored fully to good standing after the account was terminated by Google "for reasons that were never clearly defined," the owner of the channel told WND in an exclusive interview. Pastor Carl Gallups, whose new book "The Magic Man in the Sky" comes out on May 15, credited an article which appeared at WND.com on May 1 with igniting a firestorm of protest from the more than 21,000 subscribers to the PPSimmons YouTube Channel. That helped lead to the right person to find out why the channel was "flagged" and removed from good standing with YouTube, which is owned by Google.

CNS News

by Mike Ciandella

January 9, 2013

"Meet The Sautners," a promotional ad for the independently made pro-energy documentary "FrackNation," has come under attack by those who want it pulled from YouTube.

"FrackNation" is the brainchild of independent filmmakers Philem McAleer and Ann McElhinney. The movie advertisement features a Dimock, Pa., family, the Sautners, who claim that their water was contaminated with a number of dangerous chemicals including "weapons grade uranium," because of nearby fracking to obtain natural gas. It then goes on to show a group of EPA specialists informing the Dimocks that their water is in fact safe.

CNS News

December 15, 2011

Fast-food restaurant operator Yum Brands Inc. spent $200,000 lobbying officials in the third quarter, focusing on legislation dealing with tax depreciation for restaurant improvements, health care and the dairy industry, according to a recent disclosure report.

KYMA Channel 11 News

September 18, 2008

The closure of Whiz Kidz Pre-School on 24th Street happened both suddenly and swiftly yesterday as it faced mounting pressure from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Investigators issued three citations to the school due to lack of proper oversight. According to the ADHS website, the facility failed to address overcrowding issues inside classrooms, did not give children access to water and the teachers were not professionally dressed.

CNS News

January 16, 2012

Online shoe seller Zappos.com says a hacker may have accessed the personal information of up to 24 million customers.

Customers' credit card and payment information was not stolen, but names, phone numbers, email addresses, billing and shipping addresses, the last four digits from credit cards and more may have been accessed in the attack, according to an email that CEO Tony Hsieh sent on Sunday to employees.

CNS News

January 18, 2012

Online retailers Zappos.com and Amazon.com are being sued in Kentucky by a Texas woman alleging that she and millions of other customers were harmed by the release of personal account information.

reason.com

by Jesse Walker

May 1, 2013

Meet Kiera Wilmot, a 16-year-old student in Bartow, Florida. Before last week, Bartow High School Principal Ron Pritchard tells WTSP-TV, she had "never been in trouble before. Ever."

But then, the station reports, she mix[ed] household chemicals in a tiny 8-ounce water bottle, causing the top to pop off, followed by billowing smoke in [a] small explosion. Wilmot's friends and classmates said it was "a science project gone bad, that she never meant to hurt anyone."

blogs.findlaw.com

by Andrew Chow, JD

August 29, 2012

George Zimmerman's judge must step aside because of bias, a Florida appellate court ruled Wednesday.

The ruling means a new judge will soon preside over Zimmerman's second-degree murder case in the killing of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, according to a website set up by Zimmerman's defense team. Zimmerman's lawyer Mark O'Mara filed a motion in July to disqualify Judge Kenneth Lester Jr. But Lester denied the motion, finding it "legally insufficient." O'Mara appealed to Florida's Fifth District Court of Appeal, which disagreed with Lester's finding.

breitbart.com

by Ben Shapiro

June 27, 2013

Prosecution star witness Rachel Jeantel, the 19-year-old to whom Trayvon Martin was reportedly speaking while he was being followed by George Zimmerman, admitted again on the stand on Thursday that she had changed her testimony about Zimmerman's words.

Originally, she told police that after Martin asked Zimmerman why he was following him, Zimmerman answered, "What are you talking about?" Later, she changed that to, "What are you doing around here?" As Kathi Belich of WFTV reports, "The first answer could indicate #Zimmermanon9 was not following Martin. The second answer could indicate he was following." Jeantel then testified that she had a friend write a letter to Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, stating that Zimmerman had said, "What are you doing around here?" According to Jeantel, the letter was signed "Diamond Eugene." While Jeantel said in testimony that she heard Martin say "get off me," the letter made no mention of that.

opposingviews.com

by Dabney Bailey

July 3, 2013

The George Zimmerman defense has recently gotten a lucky break.

Angela Corey, Florida's state attorney and the prosecutor against Zimmerman, has been indicted by a citizens' grand jury for allegedly falsifying an arrest warrant and the complaint that led to Zimmerman being charged with the second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin. The indictment accuses Corey of allegedly withholding photographs of Zimmerman's head after the incident. Also, Corey allegedly falsely signed an arrest warrant under oath without including the pictures as evidence. Critics claim that Corey rushed the arrest warrant through because activists were rallying around the Trayvon Martin shooting, demanding that Zimmerman be charged with murder. Critics argue that Corey was attempting to secure a reelection with the support of the activists.

      
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