California Lawmakers Vote 28-8 to Exempt Themselves from California Gun Laws

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The California State Senate agrees with Charlie Rangel that they “deserve” to own guns but the citizens do not! Every year they pass more and more gun laws and NONE of them apply to themselves!
They voted 28-8 to exempt themselves from the gun-control laws that apply to the rest of the California.

You think maybe this will cause Californians to rise up? NOPE! It happened 5 years ago and since then, California has passed a plethora of other gun laws…that only apply to citizens.

December 26, 2017

The Statement of Chemistry on the Origin of Life

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In his August 1954, Scientific American article, “The Origin of Life,” Nobel Prize winning Harvard Biologist George Wald stated, “One only has to contemplate the magnitude of this task to concede that the spontaneous generation of a living organism is impossible. Yet here we are as a result, I believe, of spontaneous generation.” What is “the magnitude of this task” that reasonably renders a natural origin of life “impossible?” Dr. Wald states, “In the vast majority of processes in which we are interested the point of equilibrium lies far over toward the side of dissolution. That is to say, spontaneous dissolution is much more probable, and hence proceeds much more rapidly, than spontaneous synthesis.”

December 8, 2017

Commonly Misused Phrases That Will Make You Sound Unprofessional

It’s easy to fall into language traps that are all around us. And, of course, there’s something to be said for the ever-changing nature of common terms and phrases. After all, the dictionary is an ever-evolving entity that adds phrases and words all the time to reflect common usage. But that doesn’t mean you can’t at least strive for impeccable speech by understanding the best – or most commonly accepted – ways of saying certain words and phrases. Little tweaks in your language can help convey that you understand exactly what phrase you’re saying and are using it properly. Plus, if you’re writing an email or typing a response – and let’s be honest, so much communication that happens these days happens online – you’ll stay on top of using the right spelling and phrasing. And, hopefully, understanding the full context of where these common phrases come from.

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November 22, 2017

‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes – The Washington Post

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On Sunday morning, the South Carolina honey bees began to die in massive numbers.

Death came suddenly to Dorchester County, S.C. Stressed insects tried to flee their nests, only to surrender in little clumps at hive entrances. The dead worker bees littering the farms suggested that colony collapse disorder was not the culprit — in that odd phenomenon, workers vanish as though raptured, leaving a living queen and young bees behind.

September 19, 2017

LONDON BOMBER ID’D AS SYRIAN ‘REFUGEE’

Read(BREITBART) The second of two men arrested in connection with Friday morning’s Parsons Green London tube network attack has been named as 21-Year-Old Syrian migrant Yahyah Farouk.

The Syrian migrant — who has been reported to have been fostered by the same British couple who also cared for a number of refugees including the 18-year-old male presently being held as the prime suspect — is thought to have lived in the UK for over four years.

Damascus-origin Yahyah Farouk was arrested outside a Halal fried chicken shop Aladdins in Hounslow, reports The Times

September 19, 2017

Texas school district considers renaming schools named after Franklin, Jefferson, and Madison

Are the names of American history figures such as Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson racist? That’s the question one school district in Texas is examining.

What’s going on?

According to The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Independent School District is looking into the histories of Founding Fathers like Franklin, Madison and Jefferson — as well as 17 other historical figures — to determine their connection to slavery and racism. The district is investigating whether or not it should change the names of existing schools named after the figures. The school board has already recommended name changes for four schools named after Confederate figures, including Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

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September 19, 2017

After school shooting, sheriff gives Second Amendment defense that would make Founding Fathers proud

After a 15-year-old student opened fire at a high school near Spokane, Washington, earlier this week, the Spokane County Sheriff gave a defense of the Second Amendment that would make the Founding Fathers proud.

What did he say?

During a lengthy press conference on Thursday, Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich explained in no uncertain terms that he believes a breakdown in society helped the teenage student execute his rampage, which took the life of one person and injured three others. It wasn’t the gun, the sheriff explained while defending the Second Amendment.

September 19, 2017

‘We didn’t know it was this bad’: New ACT scores show huge achievement gaps

New results from the nation’s most widely used college admission test highlight in detailed fashion the persistent achievement gaps between students who face disadvantages and those who don’t.

Scores from the ACT show that just 9 percent of students in the class of 2017 who came from low-income families, whose parents did not go to college, and who identify as black, Hispanic, American Indian or Pacific Islander are strongly ready for college.

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September 10, 2017

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