• Initial Findings Show Police And School Messed Up In Parkland Shooting

    Initial Findings Show Police And School Messed Up In Parkland Shooting0

    Neetu Chandak A state commission investigating the Parkland, Florida, massacre highlighted several deficiencies in the way police and the school handled the shooting, in an initial report revealed Wednesday. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission found doors were unlocked, cops were preoccupied with equipment instead of confronting suspected shooter Nikolas Cruz and communication problems, the South Florida

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  • Congressman-Elect Says He’s Worried Vaccines May Cause Autism. He’s Also A Doctor

    Congressman-Elect Says He’s Worried Vaccines May Cause Autism. He’s Also A Doctor0

    Grace Carr Republican Rep.-elect Mark Green alleged Tuesday that vaccines may cause autism, rejecting data from the Centers for Disease Control maintaining that a relationship between the two does not exist. “[T]here is some concern that the rise in autism is the result of the preservatives that are in our vaccines,” Green said at a

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  • Why We Need The 2nd Amendment [VIDEO]

    Why We Need The 2nd Amendment [VIDEO]0

    DCNF Video Team There have been many examples in the news of gun owners pulling their weapons in acts of self defense against robbers and home invaders. Here is a compilation video of footage showing gun owners defending their homes, families, and places of business. Two Cleveland barbers acted in self defense in 2016 during a robbery

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  • California Wants To Tax Your Texts

    California Wants To Tax Your Texts0

    Joe Simonson on December 12, 2018 Republish Reprint California regulators are currently contemplating whether residents would have to pay a fee on text messages from their cell phones. The proposed tax would help fund programs in the state that provides low-income Californians with phone service and will be discussed further during the January 2019 meeting by the California Public Utilities

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  • Michael Cohen Sentenced To 36 Months In Prison

    Michael Cohen Sentenced To 36 Months In Prison0

    Chuck Ross on December 12, 2018 Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for Donald Trump, was sentenced to three years in prison by a judge in New York on Wednesday. The sentence, handed down by U.S. District Court Judge William Pauley, is lower than prosecutors’ recommendation that the longtime Trump fixer receive slightly less than

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  • Judge Upholds Right to Secretly Record Public Officials

    Judge Upholds Right to Secretly Record Public Officials0

    U.S. District Chief Judge Patti B. Saris struck down a Massachusetts lawagainst secretly recording government officials on Monday, ruling that the ban violates the First Amendment. The plaintiffs, which include James O’Keefe of Project Veritas and individuals from a group that records police interactions, sued in federal court to overturn the ban, saying it had a

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