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The Stupid Party? Which One?

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Sen. Marco Rubio Speaks At The National Press Club
It seems to be a growing belief that the Republican Party has been hijacked by anti-science ideas and that somehow the Democratic Party is the party of scientific sanity, but the distinction may not be as clear cut as out might think. Or is it? Although few serious Democratic candidates take anti-science positions as major planks of their candidacy, it's fairly common for Republican candidates to do so. "We've got to stop being the stupid party. It's time for a new Repub ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post 2 days ago, 12:19pm CDT
 


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In Abrupt Shift, Mississippi Gov. Bryant Comes Out Against Common Core

Source: Big Government

Kobe Bryant And Phil Jackson Address The Media
MADISON, Mississippi — Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant came out in ardent opposition to Common Core education standards on Thursday, a signal of the immense grassroots pressure in the state, as State Sen. Chris McDaniel and incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) battle to win the GOP primary runoff on Tuesday. “I think Common Core is a failed program, and the United States is beginning to realize that,” Bryant said, according to t ...
Full article at: Big Government Jun 20 2014, 1:20pm CDT
 

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Latest Mississippi River Delta News: June 12, 2014

Source: Environmental Defense Fund

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Environmentalists: Inaction feeds crisis over Mississippi River By Greg Gordon, McClatchy News. June 11, 2014. “Decades of shortsighted decisions by industry and government have put the Mississippi River’s future at risk…” (read more) Backers hope feds OK boosts to Morganza to the Gulf project (+video) By Bill Capo, WWL TV. June 11, 2014. “Hurricanes and flooding from storm surges are a repeated threat to coastal Louisiana…” (read m ...
Full article at: Environmental Defense Fund Jun 12 2014, 9:23am CDT
 

Duck Dynasty: Watch Season 6 Episode 1 Online

Source: TV Fanatic

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal addresse
The beards are back! On the return episode of this beloved reality series, Willie received a commerce award from the governor of Louisiana, with John Luke offering to make a speech for Bobby Jindal's pending visit to Duck Commander. Elsewhere, Korie and Sadie helped Miss Kay select an outfit for the affair. Oh, yes, Duck Dynasty has gone big time! Catch up on all you may have m ...
Full article at: TV Fanatic Jun 12 2014, 4:53am CDT
 

The Brave New World of Gestation Surrogacy

Source: Crisis Magazine

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My Great-great-great-great-great Grandfather was Aaron Ruse Sr. who was born in Virginia circa 1764. I know the name of his son and his son and his son and so on down to my own father. I know the names of their brothers and sisters. I know the names of their children. I know where most of these family members were born and where most of them died. There is a house in Loudon County, Virginia that is called the John Ruse House, where Aaron Ruse’s grandson John—my great-great Grandfather— ...
Full article at: Crisis Magazine Jun 6 2014, 3:15am CDT
 

Why Aren't We Doing More to Keep Women Safe From Guns?

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal addresse
The tragic shooting in Santa Barbara last week sparked an important conversation: why aren't we doing more to keep women safe? For too long, women have been left out of the discussion about gun violence. We're 54 percent of the electorate, but only 19 percent of Congress. We account for only 24 percent of all state legislators nationwide. Clearly, the laws allowing our country's culture of gun violence are not being made by the mo ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jun 2 2014, 3:19pm CDT
 

redefinED roundup: Scholarships under legal attack in FL and AL, Catholics rally for choice in NY & more

Source: RedefinED

Alabama: A state judge struck down the tax credit scholarship program on procedural grounds while ignoring the teacher union claims that the program violated separation of church and state (Montgomery Advertiser, Education Week, AL.com, WAFF, Watchdog). Lawyers for the state and parents file a motion to lift the injunction against the program (AL.com). Parents and teachers react to the judge’s ruling (WSFA 12). Judge Reese, who dec ...
Full article at: RedefinED Jun 2 2014, 5:15am CDT
 

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World Cup Finals: Germany 1, Argentina 0
World Cup Finals: Germany 1, Argentina 0
In a shocking move, Germany won the World Cup in overtime when Mario Götze scored the only goal.
 
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'Right-to-try' laws give hope to terminally ill

Source: WND

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By John Aman The right to try experimental, potentially life-saving drugs is coming soon to a state near you, giving fresh hope to terminally ill patients who have run out of treatment options. Louisiana became the nation’s second state to join the budding “right-to-try” revolution yesterday when Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal signed a bill allowing terminally ill patients to access medications that could save their lives, even if they are not approved by the FDA. “Every life i ...
Full article at: WND May 31 2014, 6:21pm CDT
 

Is Abortion Still Legal?

Source: Falls Church News-Press Online

Thad Cochran Awaits Election Results After Close Run-Off Election
At what point do we stop pretending that Roe v. Wade is still the law of the land? In 1992’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the Supreme Court fumbled when it asserted that abortion regulations could not put an “undue burden” on women. This vague language opened the door for legislators to cleverly manipulate the law and then portray their attack on freedom as a mild inconvenience. Since this time, the anti-abortion industry, with the assent of right wing activist judges, have gutted the right to ...
Full article at: Falls Church News-Press Online May 28 2014, 6:13pm CDT
 

Republican Governors Show Their True Colors Turning Down Billions in Medicaid Expansion

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Rick Perry Calls Texas Legislature Back For Special Second Session
In a 2012 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that states could decide to take the Medicaid expansion or not. In a purely political, but predictable move, Republican governor after Republican governor chose to say no to Medicaid expansion for their states even though their community hospitals are bursting at the seams. Why would any elected official turn down free health care dollars for its citizens? These 24 Republican governors would prefer t ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post May 26 2014, 11:50am CDT