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Tornadoes reported in Ok. – Live coverage feeds

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Tornadoes have been reported in the Oklahoma City region of Oklahoma. Live video coverage from: KFOR-4. Archive video and live feed from: News9.com. As of this writing, multiple tornadoes of varying sizes and intensities have been reported in the Greater Oklahoma City Region. Damage reports have not been verified.

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Chris Matthews – Time travels back to the Civil War

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Chris Matthews might not be suffering from tingling legs anymore, but it looks like he’s taken to time travel – maybe he read Kurt Vonnegut too many times? Who knows? No matter what, this is priceless! Of course, the whole time-travelling back to the War of Northern Aggression isn’t new. Sheila Jackson Lee apparently did a little trip in the ...

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California moving to increase minimum wage

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The California Assembly has passed a measure that will increase the minimum wage in The Golden State. Wages would increase from $8 to $9.25 under this measure that is now moving on to the state Senate for consideration. UPI reports: The bill’s author, Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville, said higher wages would “allow our families to provide for their children, pay ...

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It’s Hard To See With Your Eyes Closed

David Cameron has issued a defiant message after the murder of a British soldier in London… “What happened in Woolwich yesterday has sickened us all,” the prime minister said on Thursday. “The people who did this were trying to divide us. They should know something like this will only bring us together, make us stronger.” Speaking outside Downing Street after ...

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Public school surreptitiously scanned students’ irises

Public school surreptitiously scanned students’ irises The government-operated school system in America has increasingly resembled a police state as stories of authoritarian overreaches and unjust punishments seem to have no end. A further cause for concern is the collective loss of individual liberty by students in these compulsory indoctrination camps. One recent story perfectly illustrates the frightening lengths to which ...

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Why Attorney General Eric Holder is the worst in U.S. History

Eric “fast and furious” Holder’s legacy of corruption, power, influence, and greed will be a tough act for any future Attorney General to follow. He is the only Attorney General in our nation’s history to facilitate the pardon of a convicted felon and fugitive. Like Barack Obama, he is a privileged minority with a chip on his shoulder and a ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Working Wives and Traditional Families

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When:Thursday May 30th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight:Are women breadwinners helping destroy the traditional family ? Author, Fox News Contributor, and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich and Dana Loesch of Dana Loesch Radio join ...

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Demand Answers

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For all the complaints about Mitch McConnell that have floated around over the years, one thing can be said about him now. At least he is attempting to appear like he is standing on principles, and demanding that there are real answers given on one of the scandals currently dogging the Obama Administration. Whether or not he sticks to his ...

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The Koran, It’s Not What They Tell You

“Whoever killed a human being, it shall be regarded as having killed all mankind” the Muslim leaders pick this quote from the Koran when they tell you that the Muslim religion is a religion of peace not hate, and that it forbids killing. However, it seems that they leave out the rest of the quote, which says “except as punishment ...

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Large American Pork Producer Sold to Chinese

Virginia-based pork producer Smithfield Foods (SFD.N) entered an agreement with China’s Shuanghui International for a $4.7 billion, all-cash buyout. Smithfield has been under pressure from it’s largest shareholder, Continental Grains, to break into multiple companies and increase its dividend. The meat producer opted to sell out to foreign interests. The deal will likely lead to an increased flow of American-grown ...

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