Mississippi school district fined $7500 for opening assembly with prayer

Allowing a school assembly honoring high-achievers to open with a prayer made one Mississippi school district $7,500 poorer – and a student who sued $2,500 richer. The school district in Rankin MS was hit with the fine after U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves said it defied his prior order barring prayers school events. According to the judge, the prayer violated a 2013 court settlement that ordered the district to stop “proselytizing Christianity.”

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Obama: ‘If I ran again, I could win’

The arrogance of the SOB. If he could run again, Odummer believes he could win a thrid term. Well, it’s possible, as the idiot sheeple who voted for him in the first place, would still worship him and keep him in office.

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Feds gave low-income housing to millionaires

The HUD gave low-income housing to millionaires, according to a recent audit. The OIG found over 25,000 families who earned too much to qualify for subsidized apartments, which will cost taxpayers $104.4 million this year.

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Technician details harvesting fetal parts for Planned Parenthood in latest video

A technician who said she worked for a company that partnered with Planned Parenthood to harvest fetal tissue said there’s “incentive to try and get the hard stuff ‘cause you’re going to get more money,” in the latest undercover video targeting Planned Parenthood.

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Obama pushes for end to crippling crisis in South Sudan

Why doesn’t he just stay in Africa? Obama launched a personal push for peace in South Sudan on Monday, convening African leaders for urgent talks in neighboring Ethiopia aimed at keeping the world’s newest nation from collapsing amid civil war.

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High costs plague some state-run health insurance markets

Many of the state run Obamacare exchanges are struggling with high costs and disappointing enrollment. These challenges could lead more of them to turn over operations to the federal government or join forces with other states.

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Obama ticked off at Huckabee over Iran remarks

Monday, Odummer rebuked Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee for invoking the Holocaust in his criticism of the Iran nuclear deal — marking a rare, long-distance clash between the sitting president and the field of Republicans vying to replace him.

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How much is Planned Parenthood costing you?

There are several legislative efforts to defund Planned Parenthood of federal tax dollars are in the works after two undercover videos appear to show doctors affiliated with the group discussing the exchange of organs and other body parts from aborted fetuses.

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Madeleine McCann investigators contact Australian police over body

Scotland Yard says police  investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have contacted Australian authorities over the discovery of a young girl’s remains in a suitcase.

The remains of a blond  girl likely to have been aged between two and four were found dumped on the side of a rural highway in the South Australian wild earlier this month. The girl is believed to have been killed at a different location at some time since the start of 2007, according to South Australia police. The remains were found in a suitcase along with items of clothing and a degraded quilt next to a motorway in Wynarka, near Adelaide.

Many are speculating that the remains could be those of McCann, who had blonde hair and was three years old when she went missing from her family’s holiday apartment in the Algarve, Portugal, on 3 May 2007.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan police said: “We are aware of reports of the remains of a child having been found in South Australia and we have made contact with the Australian authorities.”


Australian authorities have so far been unable to identify the body, but Det Supt Des Bray, the officer in charge of the major crime investigation branch of South Australia police, said it was “highly unlikely” that the victim is Madeleine.

“At this time our inquiries will focus on where the evidence leads us in this investigation and at this point that primary focus remains within Australia,” Bray said.

Australian police commissioner Grant Stevens told a parliamentary committee hearing: “There is absolutely no evidence at this point in time that the child is Madeleine McCann … to suggest something like that at this point in time would purely be speculating to get attention.

“We are focusing our inquiries on South Australia but we would be considering any potential missing child. Until we ascertain the identity of the child we need to be open to all possibilities.”


Obama in Kenya: Country at crossroads, says president

Why doesn’t he just shut the hell up, and stop preaching to Kenyans? Obama has praised Kenya’s economic and political advances, but also warned of challenges ahead. Odummer said his father’s homeland had “come so far in just my lifetime”.

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