We told you so: legalizing marijuana increases pot usage among kids

From The Oklahoman: Five years later, Colorado sees toll of pot legalization Tuesday, November 14, 2017 | Colorado Springs Gazette Opinion Last week marked the fifth anniversary of Colorado’s decision to sanction the world’s first anything-goes commercial pot trade. Five years later, we remain an embarrassing cautionary tale. Visitors to Colorado remark about a new …

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Hold them accountable!

William Teach of The Pirate’s Cove talks about the California school shooting rampage: According to the Brady Campaign, California is the state with the most gun restrictions. They have 8 laws on “assault weapons” and magazine size. Eleven on background checks. Seven on high risk gun possession. Twelve on buyer regulations. Seven for possession. Eighteen …

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Here’s something President Trump can do about #TexasChurchMassacre

From The Washington Post: The Air Force says it failed to follow procedures, allowing Texas church shooter to obtain firearms By Alex Horton | November 6, 2017 | 9:43 PM The Air Force says it failed to follow policies for alerting federal law enforcement about Devin P. Kelley’s violent past, enabling the former service member, …

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One way the #TexasChurchShooter could have been stopped

From The New York Times: Texas Gunman Had Assaulted Wife and Stepson Before Church Shooting By Dave Phillips and Richard A Oppel, Jr | November 6, 2017 COLORADO SPRINGS — Before a gunman entered a rural Texas church with a ballistic vest and a military-style rifle, killing at least 26 people on Sunday, he was …

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Two tweets from the Lexington Herald-Leader

I saw this one first: They were caught in a car, police say https://t.co/yH2BKekUXG — heraldleader (@heraldleader) October 31, 2017 And the story: College student had oral sex with 14-year-old, Frankfort police say By Trey Crumbie | October 30, 2017 | 9:06 PM A college student has been arrested after police say he had oral …

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Kathleen Kane: Still putting off being fitted for her orange jumpsuit.

Remember Kathleen Kane, the former Democratic Attorney General of Pennsylvania? The First Street Journal did several articles on her, noting her legal troubles, which eventually led to her conviction on several charges, and was sentenced to 10 to 23 months in jail. While reading an article on alleged misconduct by Kentucky Secretary of State Alison …

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Federal judge: Registered sex offenders cannot be kept from using the internet

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: Judge strikes down Kentucky’s social media ban for sex offenders By John Cheves | jcheves@herald-leader.com | October 20, 2017 1:07 PM Frankfort: Kentucky’s registered sex offenders have the constitutional right to use Facebook, Twitter and other online social media, a federal judge ruled Friday. Ruling in a lawsuit brought by a …

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We don’t want compassion from President Trump; we want policies which are beneficial for America.

From Richard Cohen of The Washington Post: Trump does not possess an ounce of compassion By Richard Cohen | October 18, 2017 | 4:56 PM Just when you think that President Trump cannot go lower, he goes lower. First, he managed to turn the deaths of four U.S. soldiers in Niger into a spectacle of …

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After that bitter campaign, why would these people be so stupid as to do this? Don't take the path Crooked Hillary took, unless you want to be named Crooked Jared.

From The New York Times: At Least 6 White House Advisers Used Private Email Accounts By Matt Apuzzo and Maggie Haberman | September 25, 2017 WASHINGTON — At least six of President Trump’s closest advisers occasionally used private email addresses to discuss White House matters, current and former officials said on Monday. The disclosures came …

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