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Marine Who Tried to Wear Uniform to HS Graduation, Killed In Action

A Marine whose request to wear his uniform at his high school graduation last year was refused by school officials has been killed in Afghanistan. Brandon Garabrant, 19, was one of three Marines killed by a roadside bomb this week, MyFoxBoston.com reported. Garabrant gained fame last year when he asked to wear his dress blues to his graduation from ConVal Regional High School. But the school's principal, ci ...

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DAYCARE IN AMERICA: Photo of Child Duct Taped to Sleeping Mat Goes Viral

A Texas day care is under fire after a staffer snapped a photo of a child duct taped to a sleeping mat. Lorrie Almquist said her 3-year-old son is one of two boys who had been duct taped during nap time at Heart2Heart Montessori Academy in Parker County. Almquist said the day care had been complaining for weeks that her son wouldn’t sleep during nap time. The photo was taken by an employee who has since qui ...

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The FBI Homicide Stats Are Out – Hammers & Fists Killed 3.5X More Than Rifles

Semi-auto rifles are by far the most common type of firearm targeted by gun groups and gun control legislation. Civilian lookalike versions of military firearms in semi-auto configuration such as the AR-15 and the AK family of rifles are the poster children for the gun control movement. However, just how often are these weapons used to kill people? In 2012, 322 people were killed with rifles. Note, this inc ...

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Cop Caught Selling AK-47 On The Job

WYALUSING — A cop in Bradford County has been suspended for allegedly selling an AK-47 out of the back of the patrol car last week. Laceyville Borough Police Officer Matt Chamberlain was on duty at the time of the apparent gun sale. “I was shocked, I was shocked. Especially when there’s an automatic weapon involved and the public was exposed,” said Phillip Brewer, the mayor of Laceyville. After this inciden ...

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Crest Toothpaste Embeds Plastic in Your Gums

This is polyethylene: Did you know that polyethylene is the most common plastic in the world? It is used primarily for containers and packaging, such as these bottles and plastic grocery bags, and has been a concern for the environment because polyethylene lasts practically forever and isn’t biodegradable. It only breaks down into smaller and smaller particles until you can’t see it anymore. That’s why a co ...

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Newspaper company joins banks in buying life insurance policies on their employees

After the string of mysterious deaths occurring for mid-level bankers around the world, it was revealed that many financial institutions, including J.P. Morgan Chase, have purchased life insurance policies on their own employees that are valued at or near $680 Billion.  In fact, the banks use these policies as assets on their books to help manipulate their balance sheets, as seen by the fact that a complete ...

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WARNING: Deadly 8.0 Earth Quake Strikes Off Alaskan Coast Tsunami Imminent

Breaking News: The USGS has just reported that a major 8.0 earth quake has just occurred of the coast of Alaska on June 23, 2014 at 11:53 am local time. NOAA has just issued a Tsunami warning for the following cities:   21km (13mi) ESE of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska,  1370km (851mi) E of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia,  1387km (862mi) E of Yelizovo, Russia, 3. 1387km (862mi) E of Yelizovo, Russia,   138 ...

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Here’s Who Is Being Brought up as a ‘Chief Suspect’ in the Missing Malaysian Plane Incident

Though the official search for the missing Malaysian airplane is on hold, that doesn’t mean the investigation isn’t ongoing. In fact, according to the U.K.’s Sunday Times, the captain of the Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared on March 8, was called a “chief suspect.” This news came after the other 238 people on board were cleared by police, the newspaper reported. This doesn’t mean that a mech ...

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RED ALERT: ISRAEL MAY HAVE JUST STARTED WWIII

Doug Hagmann and I have been very consistent in stating that World War III would begin in Syria. Further, my military sources have been telling me for 15 months that war in the Middle East, and possibly World War III, will commence in Syria for a variety of reasons. The world is beginning to witness the unfolding of this prediction. Historians may look back upon Israel’s recent attack upon nine military tar ...

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Science Reveals What Sitting All Day at Work Actually Does to Your Body

TIME reported on Monday that too much sitting increases the risk of cancer by up to 66%. USA Today ran with a story that said sitting was linked to breast cancer, claiming this headline:   The news is going viral. What many of the outlets did not report was that sitting for long periods did not explicitly cause cancer: It led to an increased risk of two specific types of the disease. These two types also ha ...

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A Little Girl Wrote To Google Asking Them To Give Her Dad The Day Off. Here’s What They Wrote Back

Here’s some advice on how to get some time off from work: Have your daughter send a really cute letter to your employer, asking them to give you a day off. Bonus points if the letter is written in crayon. One little girl decided to give her dad a hand. She wrote his employer, which happens to be Google, a letter, asking that they cut him some slack with the work schedule. The letter reads: Dear Google Worke ...

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