Labrador backs court amnesty ruling

Rep. Raúl Labrador, R-Idaho, issued the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 decision in United States v. Texas. The Court kept in place a 2015 decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals holding that President Obama’s unilateral executive action to confer lawful status to millions of undocumented aliens is unlawful. Idaho was …

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Farmer Forced to Dump 248 Gallons of Raw Milk & Break 1200 Free Range Eggs by Michigan

Why are Americans not allowed the freedom to buy the eggs & milk that they choose? Why must the gov’t protect us from our decisions?  While Americans in the nearby city of Detroit face life in third world conditions, unable to even afford running water, the state of Michigan decided to direct its resources towards …

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Bundy supporter attempts to bomb Bureau of Land Management

The head of a Utah-based militia was caught trying to use an explosive device at a Bureau of Land Management facility. He had hoped to bomb a remote location in Arizona, but the plan fell apart when he tasked an undercover FBI agent to build the weapon. Via RT

Kerry finally admits terrorism is greater threat than global warming

Via Climate Change Dispatch:  Just days after the ISIS-inspired Orlando shooting, Secretary of State John Kerry was busy touring the Arctic Circle this week to see how climate change was affecting the region. But he did make one stunning admission: ISIS and terrorism poses a bigger threat than climate change, revealing a drastic paradigm shift. On Thursday, Kerry told …

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Brexit day’s wet weather: It could be raining on the ‘remain’ parade

Via Market Watch:  It’s raining cats and dogs in parts of the U.K., and that could be good news for Brexit backers. Torrential downpours and thunderstorms began hitting the south east of England late Wednesday, causing the U.K.’s Met Office to put out flood warnings just as Thursday’s referendum got underway to decide whether the U.K. should …

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Referendum: Enfield Polling Station Ordered To Remove ‘Impartial’ England Flags After Voters Complain

Election officials have removed strings of England flags from inside a polling station after voters complained the bunting breached strict impartiality rules governing the EU referendum. The Electoral Commission confirmed that a polling station in Palmers Green, north London, had been hanging the flags this morning.  They told The Huffington Post UK that while the …

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Warrantless data searches narrowly miss Senate approval

via Engadget: Senate amendment that would have allowed the FBI to search a suspect’s phone and online records without a court order came very close to becoming a reality today. The legislation, introduced by Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Richard Burr (R-NC) in the wake of the recent mass shooting in Orlando, missed the necessary …

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Court: Washington hospitals must provide abortions on site

Via Q13 Fox TV:  A Washington state judge says public hospitals must provide abortions on-site if they also offer maternity services. The ruling from Skagit County Superior Court Judge Raquel Montoya-Lewis on Tuesday concerned Skagit Valley Hospital, which routinely refers patients to Planned Parenthood when they seek abortions. The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington …

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New for-profit medical schools springing up across US, including Idaho

Idaho is part of a trend in which for-profit medical schools are starting to pop up around the country, the AP reports, promising to create new family doctors for underserved rural regions. The new for-profit Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine is scheduled to open to students at Idaho State University’s Meridian campus in 2018. “On …

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Poll: D’s & R’s Fear Each Other

From Pew Research: Democrats and Republicans now view each other more negatively than at any point in nearly a quarter-century, a new poll found. Fifty-five percent of Democrats say the GOP makes them feel “afraid,” while 49 percent of Republicans say the same about Democrats, according to the Pew survey.