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University Teacher’s Assistant Secretly Records Conservative Students and Bullies Them on Twitter

A teacher’s assistant at the University of Washington is under fire for secretly recording conservative students, posting their photos online, and threatening to attack them – all because she disagrees with their politics. Rebecca Ferber, a teacher’s assistant at UW’s English Department, openly admits to recording the private conversations of several “white male students” on Twitter. Jason Rantz of KTTH ...

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‘They Were Screaming ‘Operation Blessing!’ and That Brought Tears to Our Eyes’

No running water, no electricity and no way to get food – that remains the plight of people in the St. Andrews community nearly one week after Hurricane Michael pummeled Florida’s Panhandle.     With 155 mph winds that snapped trees like twigs and blew roofs off homes, Michael’s fierce lashing of the Sunshine State has left a mark that will not ...

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Our Son Did ‘What We Feared He Would Do’: Couple Reveals Tragedy and Finding Their Way to Forgiveness

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. – A Colorado Springs couple faced an unthinkable tragedy exactly one year ago, on October 17, 2017. Melissa and Vincent Murphy’s two youngest children were stabbed to death. Vincent was stabbed fighting off their attacker. The attacker was their oldest son, Malik. With daily visits to the cemetery, the Murphys count the days since their youngest two children, ...

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‘I Stand for The Flag, I Kneel at the Cross’: Democratic Party Leader Forced to Resign Over Social Media Posts

Mark Salvas, the executive director of the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Democratic Party, says he was forced to resign over two social media posts. One post was put online a year ago and the other was posted by his wife last summer.  KDKA-TV reports Salvas, a former Marine and veteran of the Gulf War, was hired in September to the executive ...

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Atlanta to Pay $1.2 Million to Former Fire Chief After Violating His First Amendment Freedoms

The City of Atlanta, Georgia has agreed to pay former fire chief Kelvin Cochran, $1.2 million after a Federal District Court ruled in December 2017 that the city’s policies which led to Cochran’s termination were unconstitutional. The city council voted on Monday to pay the former fire chief, recognizing he had been unjustly treated. Cochran is represented by attorneys with the ...

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Jesus Just Got Banned from His Own Birthday: This School Is Sanitizing Their Christmas Songs

A Virginia middle school is removing all mention of Jesus Christ in their upcoming school-wide Christmas program. David Allen, whose child attends Robious Middle School, is unhappy about the sudden change and emailed the choir teacher. He provided NBC12 with a copy of the exchange. The teacher told Allen, “We had a few students who weren’t comfortable singing a piece ...

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