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Tuesday, August 18, 2015
School Sends Girl Home Because of “Revealing” Outfit… Do You See the Problem?
After a Kentucky schoolgirl was sent home for wearing an allegedly "inappropriate" outfit, she posted a picture of the outfit to Reddit and discovered that the vast majority of sane Americans saw nothing wrong with it whatsoever. According to the Woodford County High School girl, her principal told her that she had to cover up her... Read in browser »
In this day and age of electronic surveillance, digital hackery, and massive data breaches, financial security experts are warning people to be on alert for potential scams that will steal their financial information. One such method for stealing an individual's personal financial information is by "skimming," a technique in which a criminal attaches a device... Read in browser »
Former Army Chief of Staff General Ray Odierno officially retired on Friday, bringing to a close 39 years of military service to his country. In his closing address, the general took a few moments to heap praise on those individuals who help "make us a better Army," namely military spouses, particularly his wife, Linda. "She... Read in browser »
The progressive liberal media was abuzz recently about a tragic story out of Paraguay, in which a 10-year-old girl was raped by her stepfather, then denied an abortion by the government of the South American country. CNN host Dana Bash tried to use this story to entrap Republican presidential candidate and former Arkansas Governor Mike... Read in browser »
A moving video that showed the power of giving and doing God's work has gone viral through social media, racking up tens of millions of views in a short amount of time. The video is footage of two men, Mike Lewis with Jesus Painter Ministries and Rob Westerman with SNC Norwood Church, who decided one... Read in browser »
Employees and customers were rattled recently at a Tennessee Home Depot store when an employee heard a faint "rustling." What the employee discovered was enough to immediately prompt an evacuation and barricade of the area. The discovery was a venomous, full-grown timber rattlesnake that had decided to move into Home Depot's garden department. "I would be screaming bloody murder," said... Read in browser »