Monthly Archives: March, 2010

Officers Accused Of Using Taser On 10-Year-Old

Written by Janet Two Martinsville Indiana police officers have been suspended after they were accused of using a Taser to subdue a 10-year-old.  The mayor’s office released a statement saying that the officers responded Tuesday evening to a local day care on reports of a 10-year-old who was out of control. The release said that …

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Britain mulls plans for possible hung Parliament

Written by Janet Britain’s political class is preparing for a possibly murky result from the upcoming general election.  With the possibility of a hung Parliament, the government’s Cabinet Office said it would soon publish guidelines for dealing with a postelection landscape in which no party commands an absolute majority in the House of Commons. One …

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Girl sells 7-year-old sister for sex

Written by Janet A fifteen year old girl has been charged as an accomplice in the gang rape of her seven year old sister.  Police believe the older sibling was paid for having sex with multiple partners Sunday night during a party at the troubled Rowan Towers apartment complex, and that she then sold her …

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Obama’s economic woes

Written by Janet Well, he signed his infamous health care bill, and made an arms reduction deal with Russia, bypasses Republicans with his 15 “recess appointees”, sneaks into Afghanistan at dark, all in one week. So now Obama has set his sights on immigration, finance, and education reform. But the administration still is not moving …

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Prisoners sue over restrictions on outside contact

Written by Janet There are inmates in a highly restrictive prison program are suing their jailers, arguing they aren’t allowed to communicate as frequently with families and friends as other federal prisoners.   The Center for Constitutional Rights took the case to federal court on Tuesday. The center says the Communications Management Units in Terre Haute, …

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Study: Chocolate could reduce heart risk

Written by Janet German researchers have found that if you eat six grams of chocolate each day, it will decrease your chance of a  heart attack or stroke by 40%.  They studied nearly 20,000 people over an eight year time period.   They found people who had an average of six grams of chocolate per day …

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Lawmakers demand national guard deployed after killings

Written by Janet Arizona and New Mexico lawmakers are demanding that Obama deploy hundreds of National Guard troops and Border Patrol agents to the Mexican border after the killing of a prominent southeast Arizona rancher. It’s believed that Robert Krentz, 58, whose body was found slumped over his ATV was probably killed by an illegal …

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College Students Want ‘Our Lord’ Phrase Off Diplomas

Written by Janet Come on here….they know what type of college they are attending.  A group of students at Trinity University in Texas wants the Christian-rooted school to remove the words “Our Lord” from their diplomas.  Sidra Qureshi, president of Trinity Diversity Connection, says a diploma is a very personal item, and people want to …

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9 militia members charged in police-killing plot

Written by Janet Nine suspects that are tied to a Christian militia that was preparing for the Antichrist were charged with conspiring to kill police officers, then kill scores more by attacking a funeral using homemade bombs, federal prosecutors said Monday.  The group based in Michigan is called Hutaree, planned to use the attack on police …

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NYC activates security plan after Moscow bombings

Written by Janet Police sent bomb-sniffing dogs to random Metro stations and rail yards in Washington as part of heightened security associated with the Moscow attacks, in which two female suicide bombers killed at least 38 people on packed metro trains during rush hour on Monday. The Moscow bombings appear related to the conflict in …

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