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On Monday, the iconic Martin Luther King, Jr. will be honored, remembered, and celebrated in numerous ways. Some businesses will keep their doors closed as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a federal holiday, and has been for more than 30 years. Well, the city of Biloxi, Mississippi, is choosing to celebrate and remember this …

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A Florida family says they were upset when their 6-year-old daughter was sent home from school on the bus wearing nothing but a T-shirt and underwear. “She’s been through enough in her life already and she’s only 6,” Raymond McCurdy, the girl’s dad, told WKMG News. The Palm Coast dad said his daughter had wet her pants in class …

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President-elect Donald Trump will take office in less than a week, yet the liberal media is still hung up on the election and trying to figure out why they lost, while ignoring the real reason. The latest theory, believe it or not, is the grocery stores did it. In the checkout aisle. With a tabloid. …

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A Philadelphia teachers’ organization urged educators to instruct students about Black Lives Matter (BLM) in the classroom. The Caucus of Working Educators, a branch of a teachers union, wants educators to wear Black Lives Matter gear in the classroom and teach lessons based on the movement, reports ABC News. The organization has already written lesson plans …

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Tennessee legislators proposed a bill that would prevent food stamp users from buying junk food and soda with government benefits, but even if the measure passes, the ban is unlikely to go into effect. The bill, introduced Thursday by state GOP Rep. Sheila Butt, would request permission to add soda, ice cream, cookies and cake to the …

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Food stamps are a last resort for millions of low income families across America who struggle to put food on the table. So it may come as a surprise that the top purchase made by food stamps is not food at all; it’s soda. Soda accounts for five percent of every dollar spent in stamps …

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Friday that federal law does not require the agency to pay more damages incurred after a massive toxic water spill in Colorado caused by an agency employee. EPA is not mandated under federal law to repay $1.2 billion to the states affected by the Gold King Mine spill, the …

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A Virginia man became frustrated with his local DMV, so he came up with a unique way to get even. Nick Stafford, of Cedar Bluff, Virginia, went to the Lebanon Department of Motor Vehicles Wednesday morning to pay sales tax on two new cars… in pennies. The $2,987.45 in unrolled pennies weighed more than 1,600 pounds and took five …

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Hundreds of illegal immigrants living in Oregon are expected to protest at the State Capitol against expected tighter immigration enforcement under President-Elect Donald Trump, just days before his Inaugural Address. Over 500 Oregon residents and illegal immigrants are expected to attend the event, according to the Portland Tribune. U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) and U.S. Rep. …

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Fake news has become a major national talking point since the presidential election. Mainstream media outlets like CNN are facing criticism for their choices and political coverage over the last few years. Meanwhile, so-called fake news sites have gained so much traction on social media that it’s hard for many of us to tell the …

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On a recent episode of ABC’s hit comedy “Blackish,” comedian Wanda Sykes reprised her role of advertising agency owner Daphne Lido and led a workplace discussion on the presidential election and its reflection of race relations in America. When one of the white employees at the agency admits she voted for Trump, her coworkers react …

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A Georgia lawmaker is aiming to amend a state law originally designed to prohibit men from wearing Ku Klux Klan (KKK) hoods to also ban Muslim women from wearing hijabs and niqabs in public. On Nov. 15, Republican state Rep. Jason Spencer of Georgia filed House Bill 3, which will be up for consideration in the 2017 session. The legislation …

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A new commemorative $100 gold coin from the U.S. Mint has caused a stir online. The U.S. Mint announced the 2017 American Liberty 225th Anniversary Gold Coin, featuring Liberty as a black woman, will be released on April 6, the Associated Press reports. On one side is the woman’s head in profile with a crown …

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Melania Trump already has one major change she wants to implement in the White House — a “glam room.” According to her makeup artist of over a decade, the first lady-elect plans on having a designated room for hair, makeup, and wardrobe when she moves to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. “There will absolutely be a room designated for hair, …

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Being in a new relationship is exciting and thrilling. Actually being with your crush, being able to call them your boyfriend or girlfriend, hanging out with them all the time, and knowing they really like you back can make you feel like you’re living in an actual dream sometimes. But underneath all of the happiness and butterfly-in-your-stomach feelings, anxiety …

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On the day of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration protesters are planning an anti-capitalist march, road blockades and disruptions to inauguration balls. The protests will likely include property destruction, a source with intimate knowledge of the protest plans told The Daily Caller Friday. The blockades are not limited to roads but will also be at every security checkpoint, the …

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On Thursday Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) introduced legislation that, if passed, would that would cut off funding to the United Nations. At least one of the reasons for the proposed legislation is the recent United Nations resolution that denounced Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Since Barack Obama moved into The White …

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For those of our followers who aren’t familiar with Michelle Malkin, she is a Fox News contributor as well as an author, blogger, and conservative columnist whose work appears on numerous websites. Michelle is one of the most intelligent conservative thinkers in the world today and is rivaled by very few. The View is well …

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Another nation has joined the growing list of countries who have banned the Muslim full-face burqa for reasons relating to public and national security. Criminals have been using the garment to commit murder, robbery, rape and other atrocities and countries are fed up! From Daily Mail: Morocco has banned the production and sale of burqa full-face …

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Tennessee state Republican Rep. Bill Sanderson introduced a new bill on Jan. 10 that would require all state license plates to include the phrase “In God We Trust.” “We thought it would be a move in the right direction,” Sanderson told The Tennessean. It’s not clear why it’s the “right direction,” but Sanderson’s bill would mandate …

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Footage of a girl being shoved rather painfully over the edge of a rocky cliff in France has gone viral. The Daily Mail reports that an unseen male walks an unnamed female along a rocky beachfront on the shores of France. The pair walk to the top of a tall ledge overlooking the sea in France …

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