In 2013, Jrue and Lauren got married in a picturesque ceremony.                           The couple met years before in the cutest way. While both attending UCLA, a young girl asked Jrue if he was Darren Collinson. When Jrue explained who he was, Lauren, who …

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Schlafly founded the Eagle Forum in St. Louis following the defeat of the Equal Rights Amendment.   (KTVI) – Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly has died.  Her passing was announced in an email from Eagle Forums, First Vice President Eunie Smith, saying Schlafly died Monday after a long illness.   Statement from the Eagle Forum: “Today, …

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The hot pepper challenge craze appears to be spreading in the US after scores of students received treatment following separate incidents where they consumed the world’s hottest peppers. Forty Middle School students in Ohio were treated by emergency crews after consuming one of the world’s hottest peppers – the Bhut Jolokia, often referred to as …

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David and Hollie Smith had a huge surprise for all their friends and family at their big wedding in Spain. See what they did in this incredible video now! Watching the bride and groom’s first dance at their wedding is an emotional moment for everybody involved—but it’s not exactly the most exciting part of the …

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WTOL CBS 11 & Fox News 19 in Cincinnati, Ohio updated a report in Chevoit, Ohio, where a robbery suspect had died after being shot by a gas station clerk in Cheviot last week. The 18 year old suspect had attempted to rob the Harrison Food Mart on Trevor Avenue, around 11 p.m. a week prior. …

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Barack and Michelle Obama will be able to continue their swanky lifestyle after leaving the White House, if recent reports are to be believed. They each have received book deals and could potentially make nearly $45 million, according to estimates released by the New York Times on Monday. Literary agents and major publishers guessed that Barack and Michelle Obama could make $20 …

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I am Iraqi. I am Muslim. I am an immigrant to the United States. I came to this country so that I and my family could be free and become citizens of the greatest nation on earth. And I am a Donald Trump supporter. As you read my story, you will understand why. My journey …

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Portland, Oregon’s public school system yanked an advertisement encouraging high school dropouts to come back, after critics claimed it was racist for not featuring white people. The ads promoted the Reconnect Campaign, which urges students who dropped out to return to school and finish their diplomas. “Have you left high school before graduating?” the ad …

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Focus groups of black voters put together by a Democratic pollster found that Hillary Clinton is underperforming among black voters. The focus groups were organized by Cornell Belcher of Brilliant Corner Research & Strategy. Belcher previously worked as a pollster for the Democratic National Committee. He found that Hillary is underperforming with black voters in the key …

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President Obama used his press conference today to address how Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte promised to curse him out if he gets a lecture on human rights when the two of them meet during an upcoming conference in Laos. “I have seen some of those colorful statements in the past. Clearly he’s a colorful guy,” …

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During a press conference in Hangzhou, China following the G20 Summit, President Barack Obamawas asked to weigh on in the controversy over San Francisco 49ers second-string quarterback Colin Kaepernick‘s decision to sit during the national anthem to protest police violence against African-Americans. Obama was careful to caution that he hadn’t been following the story closely and …

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This Labor Day, America has 83,000 fewer coal jobs and 400 coal mines than it did when Barack Obama was elected in 2008, showing that the president has followed through on his pledge to “bankrupt” the coal industry. A 2015 study found the coal industry lost 50,000 jobs from 2008 to 2012 during Obama’s first term. During Obama’s second term, the industry …

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It happens fast and a home invasion can be violent – Plus you have local laws that may not help you defend yourself. Thump. Crash!  You awaken from a sound sleep, but you’re not sure why. You listen for a few seconds, groggily trying to process what’s going on. Then you realize what’s happening; Someone is …

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Chris Brown can get away with breaking more gun laws than you can, if you haven’t figured that out already. Earlier this week, singer Chris Brown was charged with felony assault after he allegedly pulled a gun on a beauty pageant winner. But folks, there’s another part of the story – and it centers around …

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The goal of this back door gun control is to go after gunsmiths using State Department regulations. This week, pro-gun members of Congress responded to the Obama administration’s attempt at backdoor gun control through the U.S. State Department (DOS) with strongly worded letters demanding corrective action. In July, we reported on an ill-advised attempt by …

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What if you are concealed carrying and your gun is shown? Is that brandishing in a state when no open carry is allowed? One of the most common concerns for people who carry concealed is that of printing, or where an otherwise concealed firearm “prints” through clothing. Look at almost any forum for concealed carry, and …

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Pulitzer Prize winning author Lawrence Wright’s new book The Terror Years, features an epilogue that challenges conventional wisdom surrounding the origins of terrorism. Two particular paragraphs that challenge conventional thought caught our attention. Wright’s book is a collection of 10 essays he’s written for The New Yorker throughout his career investigating and writing about the …

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The first female ever to try out for the Army’s elite 75th Ranger Regiment has flunked out, but will get the opportunity to try again later this year. As part of the Army’s effort to integrate women into combat roles, it allowed this unnamed female staff sergeant to try out via the 75th Ranger Regiment’s Ranger Assessment and Selection …

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On Tuesday a Florida man was arrested after he changed his Facebook profile picture to the local authorities’ “Wanted of the Week” poster. After parsing through social media accounts, police saw the wanted photo and identified the suspect in a disturbance reported from Monday night. The 42-year old man named Mack Yearwood was apprehended because …

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Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn lashed out at attempts to tie the KKK to the GOP during a Thursday night appearance on CNN. “Not only does Donald Trump disavow them, but I think most Americans disavow that line of thinking and those kinds of groups. I find them disgusting,” said Flynn, a former director of the Defense Intelligence …

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Georgetown University is set to create a new program that would force new students to visit sites around campus that were affiliated with slavery, in an effort to atone for slaves sold by the school 178 years ago. The “Historical Walking Tour of Black Georgetown” will have new students walk through the campus and the …

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