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Gunman shoots two at Darby hospital, doctor returns fire – by Ben Finley, Allison Steele and Laura McCrystal A hospital caseworker is dead and a psychiatrist injured after a gunman opened fire inside Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Delaware County on Thursday afternoon, police said. Officials believe the gunman … Continue reading

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Lie, Delay and Deny Until They Die: How Veterans Are Treated by the VBA

Indian Country – by Mark Rogers This is the working mantra of the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA). After reading the latest report from the Office of the Inspector General, this is made blatantly clear. The mantra has long been rumor … Continue reading

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The Ponca and Pawnee Nations’ Drive to Preserve Ancestral Corn

Indian Country – by Tish Leizens When historians look back to this decade and the collective efforts of two tribes to save corn seeds from extinction, they will piece together stories of passionate gardeners who made it their mission to … Continue reading

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‘We Will Fight’: Keystone XL Pipeline Foes Fear Worst for Water Supply

NBC News – by Brian Brown Editor’s note: This story is one in a series on a crisis in America’s Breadbasket – the depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer and its effects on a region that helps feed the world. Read … Continue reading

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This Year’s Mayfly Hatch Was So Big It Showed Up On Radar And Caused A Car Wreck

Huffington Post – by Ryan Grenoble If you’re an animal that enjoys eating mayflies, and you live in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, this is your time to chow down. If (as is likely the case) you are human, you’re … Continue reading

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Philadelphia agrees to $1.4 million settlement in CCW info leak suit – by Chris Eger The City of Philadelphia Tuesday agreed to a $1.425 million settlement in a class action lawsuit involving the 2012 release of some 3,265 concealed carry applicants’ personal information. The case, in which the city did … Continue reading

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Founder of Anti-Gun Group Names Virginia Democrat as ‘Next Target’

AmmoLand – by AWR Hawkins Washington DC - -( On July 21 2014 Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America founder Shannon Watts tweeted that Virginia’s congressional candidate Mike Dickinson is her group’s “next target.” This was in response to a … Continue reading

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Robber sues pizzeria for employees ‘unnecessary’ use of force when they stopped him – by Jennifer Cruz A man serving a 15-year sentence for the 2010 robbery of a Newport, Delaware, pizzeria has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant, claiming the employees used “unnecessary” force against him when they tackled him and beat … Continue reading

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Man Caught Attempting To Bring Gun Inside U.S. Capitol

Huffington Post – by Alex Lazar Capitol Police on Wednesday caught a man bringing a firearm into the U.S. Capitol, according to Roll Call. The man, who Roll Call reports is not a Capitol Hill employee, tried to enter the Cannon … Continue reading

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Top Five Tools For Building Your Own AK-47 Rifle

AmmoLand – by Thomas Conroy USA - -( Kalashnikov rifles are big news lately. An executive order from the White House recently cut off the Russian-made versions – Saiga rifles and shotguns along with VEPRs. But there are still plenty of AKs and … Continue reading

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Illegal Alien Invasion Bordering on Madness

AmmoLand – by Thomas Sowell California –( In a recent confrontation between protesters against the illegal flood of unaccompanied children into the United States and counter-protests by some Hispanic group, one man from the latter group said angrily, “We are … Continue reading

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Vets Are Not Damaged Goods, Why Do Anti-Gun Groups Treat Them Like Trash

AmmoLand – by Roger J. Katz New York, N.Y. –( Some time ago the Wall Street Journal wrote an opinion piece – an expose that appeared in the May 24th-25th Weekend Review Section, titled “Duty and Pity.” The WSJ author, Phil … Continue reading

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Tennessee sheriff stockpiles 161 military weapons for 31 deputies – by Chris Eger In rural McMinn County, Tennessee, Sheriff Joe Guy has achieved a more than 5 to 1 ratio of guns per officer after participating in a Department of Defense surplus program. The guns obtained on loan … Continue reading

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Airlines cancel flights to Israel over rocket threat

USA Today – by Bart Jansen Delta Air Lines, United and US Airways each canceled flights Tuesday to Israel because of safety and security concerns. Delta, which typically flies between New York’s JFK airport and Ben Gurion International Airport in … Continue reading

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Photo of the day: Trophy Huntin’

London Times editorial cartoon on Putin and #MH17 — Tom Wright (@thomaswright08) July 19, 2014

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Fired Professor Suzanne Sisley Isn’t Giving Up On Marijuana Research

Huffington Post – by Astrid Galvan TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Veterans, medical marijuana activists and scientists welcomed the first federally approved research into pot as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. But their hopes for the research were dashed when … Continue reading

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Bloomberg, allies pouring money into Lyft and Uber

New York Post – by Michael Gartland A year after then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg vowed to “destroy” the yellow-cab industry, his allies and surrogates are pouring energy and cash into ride-sharing ventures fiercely opposed by New York’s hacks and medallion owners. … Continue reading

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Upper West Side condo has separate entrances for rich and poor

New York Post – by Kate Briquelet This is rich! The poor will use a separate door under plans for a new Upper West Side luxury tower — where affordable housing will be segregated from ritzy waterfront condos despite being … Continue reading

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Fresh fruits recalled due to Listeria threat

AOL The FDA released a press release stating that the Wawona Packing Company of Cutler, Calif is voluntarily recalling certain lots of whole peaches (white and yellow), nectarines (white and yellow), plums and pluots packed between June 1, 2014 through July … Continue reading

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Pure Caffeine Powder: What You Need to Know

Yahoo Health – by Ryan Wallace It’s important for consumers and especially parents to learn all they can about the pure caffeine powder that has been linked to the recent death of an Ohio teenager. The Food and Drug Administration … Continue reading

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