Every Day Life Things

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Governor Sued By His Wife's Non-Profit

The number of social service groups suing Illinois is growing. Eighteen agencies are joining a lawsuit against the state to get paid -- since they haven't received $130 million due to the budget impasse. One of the latest groups to sue is…
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David Cameron reportedly says 'Why should I do the hard s**t?' following Brexit resignation

David Cameron reportedly told aides following his resignation speech: "Why should I do all the hard s**t?" In the speech, the Prime Minister said he would continue in Number 10 until the party elects a successor, likely to be before the…
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Putin Warns NATO and the USA, ‘Don’t Mess With Russia! … Or Else’

TMR Editor’s Note: President Vladimir Putin is famous for using the Russian media, as well as the Western MSM, to disseminate critical information.  Often times this info may appear to be leaked by the Kremlin in order to send a message…
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Bill to punish Colombia’s chronically absent congressman fails because of absent congressmen

A bill that sought to punish chronic absenteeism in Colombia’s Congress failed to make it through the first debate because too many lawmakers were absent and the session was canceled. The bill had been proposed by opposition party…
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Man who built gun drone, flamethrower drone argues FAA can’t regulate him

The outcome of a new drone lawsuit out of Connecticutturns on what seems to be a simple question: does the Federal Aviation Administration have the authority to regulate consumer drones? More specifically, can the FAA come after a student…
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Ultra-orthodox Israeli rabbi bans girls over five from riding bikes because it is 'provocative'

An ultra-orthodox Jewish leader has reportedly banned girls aged five and older in some areas of Israel from riding bicycles - claiming it is “immodest”. The rabbi of the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Nahloat distributed the stringent…

Philippine president-elect urges public to kill drug dealers

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine president-elect has encouraged the public to help him in his war against crime, urging citizens with guns to shoot and kill drug dealers who resist arrest and fight back in their neighborhoods. In…
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Google Removes a Chrome Extension That Identified and Tracked Jews

Coincidence Detector used multiple brackets around a user’s name to identify them as Jewish. An extension for Google’s Chrome browser that let users identify and track suspected Jewish members of the media and entertainment industries…
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Chinese parking lot creates ‘female only’ spaces citing concerns women have trouble parking

A number of Chinese parking lots connecting Zhejiang province to Jiangxi province in China’s southeast have sparked outrage after introducing “female only” parking spaces that happen to be much larger than those not assigned to…

7 Modern Social Issues That Are Older Than You Think

Now that Smashing Pumpkins lead singer Billy Corgan has conclusively and inexplicably proven thatsocial justice warriors and the KKK are equally evil, you might be tempted to think that the age of advocating for socially progressive policies…
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Judge halts Ohio law that blocked funds for Planned Parenthood

A federal judge in Cincinnati temporarily blocked the implementation of a state law that would have effectively de-funded 28 Ohio Planned Parenthood clinics, in a ruling on Monday. U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett granted a two-week…

Harrisburg to consider plan to decriminalize marijuana

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania's capitol city is poised to hear a proposal that would decriminalize marijuana. Harrisburg council members on Wednesday night plan to discuss Mayor Eric Papenfuse's proposal, which lowers…
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U.S. District Court orders Cleveland, Mississippi schools to desegregate

CLEVELAND, Miss — The Cleveland, Mississippi school district has been ordered to desegregate its middle and high schools. The order comes from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi. The court found the…
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TSA blames you for longer lines at airport security checkpoints

WASHINGTON (WCMH/AP) — Facing a growing backlash over extremely long airport security lines, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Friday asked fliers “to be patient” as the government takes steps to get them onto planes more…
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Sorry, We Don’t Take Obamacare

AMY MOSES and her circle of self-employed small-business owners were supporters of President Obama and the Affordable Care Act. They bought policies on the newly created New York State exchange. But when they called doctors and hospitals in…