Sunday, September 30, 2007

Oscar De La Hoya's Only Interview

Fishnet Controversial Photo's

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Elizabeth Taylor Steps Out With Her Black Boyfriend

SANTA MONICA, CA.

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Oscar De La Hoya's Only Interview

LOS ANGELES, CA.

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Town Is Shaken After Prosecutor’s Arrest in a Child-Sex Sting

A federal prosecutor from Gulf Breeze, Fla., was arrested last week in Detroit after authorities said he arranged with an undercover agent to have sex with a 5-year-old girl.

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Tony Bennett's Favorite Songs

ANN ARBOR, Mich

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ABC News: Headed To Canada? Pack Your Passport

WINDSOR

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Lions Beat Bears In Record-Breaking Finish

The Detroit Lions did it all in a record-breaking fourth quarter, scoring on the ground, through the air on defense and special teams.

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Ordonez Becomes 2nd Tiger To Win AL Batting Title since 1961

Magglio Ordonez's long hair and jersey were drenched by champagne. The Detroit Tigers were celebrating, just as they did a year ago when they won the AL pennant.

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Some Thoughts for Your Pennies

ANN ARBOR, Mich. Pennies From Heaven

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Best Opening Lyrics: No. 22

"Go Shorty. It's your birthday"

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Vermont Movement to Secede from Union is Growing

This is an interview with Rob Williams, founder of http://www.vtcommons.org/ , discussing the growing nonviolent movement in Vermont to secede from what many Vermont citizens see as a growing police state.

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Stephanie Ann Stein/Janelle Batkins

ANN ARBOR, Mich. Undeniable Serendipity And Spiritual Coincidences!

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Brit and Diddy Party in Sin City

LAS VEGAS

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Stephanie Ann Stein/Janelle Batkins: Undeniable Serendipity Spiritual Coincidences

Both First & Last Names Are Comprised of Fourteen Letters
Both Were In Positions Of Authority
Both Taught In Michigan
Both Were White
Both Were Women
Both Resigned
Both Were Married With 2 Children
Both Were Seduced
Both Were Popular School Teachers
Both Taught Languages
Both Minors Were Boys Under 18
Both Minors Mothers Became Suspicious
Both Mothers Informed Police
Both Were Brunettes
Both Need Jesus
Both Pleaded Not Guilty
Both Posted Bail
Both Live Within 36.9 Minutes of The Henry Ford Museum "America's Greatest History Attraction"
Where Abraham Lincoln's Chair That He Was Assassinated In Is Enshrined and JFK's Limo that He was Assassinated In Is Enshrined


Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846
John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946
Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860
John F. Kennedy was elected President in 1960
The names Lincoln and Kennedy each contain seven letters
Both were particularly concerned with civil rights
Both wives lost children while living in the White House
Both Presidents were shot in the head
Lincoln's secretary was named Kennedy
Kennedy's secretary was named Lincoln
Both were assassinated by Southerners
Both were succeeded by Southerners
Both successors were named Johnson
Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln, was born in 1808
Lyndon Johnson, who succeeded Kennedy, was born in 1908
John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated Lincoln, was born in 1839
Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated Kennedy, was born in 1939
Both assassins were known by their three names
Both names are comprised of fifteen letters
One week before his assassination, Kennedy was with Marilyn Monroe
One week before his assassination, Lincoln was in Monroe, Maryland
Lincoln was shot at the theater named Ford
Kennedy was shot in a car called "Lincoln"---- made by Ford
Booth ran from the theater and was caught in a warehouse
Oswald ran from a warehouse and was caught in a theater
Booth and Oswald were assassinated before their trials


Albert Howard
AlbertHoward.org

5 Ways to Get Into a Man's Head

To get into his heart, start by getting into his head.

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Saturday, September 29, 2007

'Tractor' Traylor Sentenced

Former University of Michigan and NBA star Robert "Tractor" Traylor has been sentenced on charges he used a false tax return to hide drug money.

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New Test Asks What American Means

100 New Immigration Questions

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Gingrich Says No To White House Bid

WASHINGTON

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New Treatment Brings Patients Back From The Dead

Doctors in Philadelphia are testing a revolutionary new treatment that is restoring life and bringing people back from the dead. CBS Station KYW-TV in Philadelphia Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has details.

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Friday, September 28, 2007

School Guards Break Childs Arm And Arrest Her For Dropping Cake

School security guards in Palmdale, CA have been caught on camera assaulting a 16-year-old girl and breaking her arm after she spilled some cake during lunch and left some crumbs on the floor after cleaning it up.

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Kucinich 'seriously thinking' about forcing vote on Cheney impeachment

"We're preparing for another war, and they're going to destroy America," Rep. Dennis Kucinich said Thursday on the Ed Schultz show. "We have a government in place right now that has to be challenged. I'm seriously thinking about calling a privileged resolution on impeachment of the vice president and forcing a vote on the floor of the House."

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UPDATE: Shutdown Will Close Casinos

The Michigan Gaming Commission has ruled that it would have to suspend the operations of Detroit's three casinos if the state is forced to shut down when the budget expires...

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Thursday, September 27, 2007

George Bush Caught Lying about 9/11 - See for yourself [VID]

He's lied on many topics, but its always difficult to prove it when there is spin and PR, but here a Journalist has 100% locked down his lie. See for yourself.

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Woman Delivers Healthy 17 Pound Baby

MOSCOW

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Interview With A Convicted Hacker

On his way to federal prison, the 23-year-old hacker says breaking into computers at telecom companies and major corporations was "so easy a caveman could do it."

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St. Louis cops are staking out the guy who caught the abusive cop on tape!

< Sigh > This isn't going to help the public image of law enforcement. Don't they know we're watching? On Sunday, Brett Darrow filmed a Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department cruiser staking out his home. "It was the first time I've seen it, but my neighbor said he's seen a lot of police down our dead end street since all of this happened."

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Judge Strikes Down Parts Of Patriot Act

9/11 Was An Inside Job

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Lab Tech Bites Boy, 3, During Blood Test

A laboratory technician was fired after the parents of a 3-year-old boy claimed she bit his shoulder during a blood test, a hospital spokesman said

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Gun Bill Rewrites Law To Disarm More Americans

Anti-gun legislation that has already passed the House is set to be rammed through the Senate, paving the way for the disarmament of combat veterans and bar anyone who is deemed to be "a danger to themselves" from owning firearms.

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Pelosi claims she has no power to end occupation; promises CNN she'll never impeach

Nancy Pelosi interview w/ CNN's Wolf Blitzer

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The Real Story Behind Lincoln's Treason Arrest

Alex Jones and YouTube

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Sarah Silverman Stunned by Britney Joke Backlash

At the VMAs the comedienne called Britney's kids the "most adorable mistakes you will ever see."

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Bill Clinton, NYC Eatery At Odds Over Chelsea Photo

A celebrity photo has led a former president to send a threatening letter to a local restaurant owner. On Tuesday night, President Bill Clinton demanded that a Manhattan restaurant remove a picture of his daughter Chelsea.

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BREAKING: Lieberman-Kyl’s Iran amendment passes.

By a vote 76-22, the Senate passed the Lieberman-Kyl amendment, which threatens to “combat, contain and [stop]” Iran via “military instruments.” Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) called the amendment “Cheney’s fondest pipe dream” and said it could “read as a back door method of gaining Congressional validation for military action.”

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Rudy Giuliani Constitutionally Ineligible To Be President

The writers included in the Constitution a clause that would ensure that anyone holding a public trust, or title, for a foreign country could not gain public office and subvert our Government.

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White supremacists urge Jena retaliation

After thousands of African Americans marched in the racially tense Louisiana town, hate groups set to work.

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The President of Iran

Live at Columbia University

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Ann Curry Pops A Move

NEW YORK, N.Y.

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New Vanessa Hudgens pics hit the net

TV Star

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UPDATE: Janelle Batkins, Teacher in Sex Case Not Talking

UPDATE: Janelle Batkins, a former teacher of the year at Roseville High School, refused to talk to WXYZ after she was arraigned on charges she had sex with her 17-year-old student...

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ABC News: MLB Suspends Umpire Over Confrontation

NEW YORK, N.Y.

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Wayne State President Resigns

Detroit, MI

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Anger at Giuliani 9/11 fundraiser "$9.11 for Rudy" in poor taste

Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani has been criticised over a fundraising party at which participants are being urged to donate $9.11. The International Association of Fire Fighters accuses him of exploiting the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks.

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Group Slams O'Reilly's Race Comments

HARLEM, New York

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Goof Reveals Phonetic Guide For Bush

UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK

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Bill O"reilly says: "Blacks Surprisingly Civilized!"

"I couldn't get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia's restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City," said O'Reilly on the Sept. 19 edition of his nationally syndicated radio show. "There wasn't one person in Sylvia's who [was] screaming,'M-Fer was, I want more iced tea,"

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ENDA (H.R. 2015) could enshrine "sexual orientation" in federal law


Call Your U.S. Representative today to oppose ENDA

The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) H.R. 2015 is likely to be voted on this week in the U.S. House. ENDA is aimed at providing heightened protections for a particular sexual behavior- homosexuality. It would grant special consideration on the basis of "sexual orientation" or "gender identity" that would not be extended to other employees in the workplace. That could spell trouble for Christian business owners, churches and faith-based groups. Proponents of the bill quickly point to "religious exemptions" in the bill, but most agree that it is a sham.

Here is more information about ENDA H.R. 2015:

  • ENDA affords special protection to a group that is not disadvantaged.
  • The issue is not job discrimination: It is whether private businesses will be forced by law to accommodate homosexual activists' attempts to legitimize homosexual behavior.
  • The first "religious exemption" clause is very narrow and offers no clear protection to church-related businesses: Religious schools or charitable organizations, religious bookstores, or any business affiliated with a church or denomination fall outside this narrow definition, and could presumably be required to hire homosexual applicants.
  • The second "religious exemption" clause fails to offer protection for all hiring by church-related organizations or businesses. The position of a teacher of religion at a church-related school would be exempt, but, e.g., that of a biology teacher would not. Thus, most of the teachers and staff at a religious school would be covered by ENDA, which means that the church would be forced to hire homosexual applicants for such positions-despite the fact that their lifestyle would be in direct opposition to the religious beliefs of the organization or company.
  • It is unlikely that the "religious exemption" included in the bill would survive court challenge: Institutions that could be targeted include religious summer camps, the Boy Scouts, Christian bookstores, religious publishing houses, religious television and radio stations, and any business with fifteen or more employees.
  • ENDA violates employers' and employees' Constitutional freedoms of religion, speech and association. The proposed legislation would prohibit employers from taking their most deeply held beliefs into account when making hiring, management, and promotion decisions. This would pose an unprecedented intrusion by the federal government into people's lives.
  • ENDA would approvingly bring private behavior considered immoral by many into the public square. By declaring that all sexual preferences are equally valid, ENDA would change national policy supporting marriage and family.
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Clearly, this is an enormous threat to the freedom of religion and also places unfair burdens on businesses, which should be allowed to make employment decisions based on their religious convictions and business needs.

Urgent! Click here to contact your U.S. Representative. Ask him or her to oppose the Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2007 (ENDA) H.R. 2015.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Equipment Failure Snarls Air Traffic

MEMPHIS, Tenn

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Mike Tyson pleads guilty to DUI

FORMER heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson could be facing jail again after admitting charges of drug possession and driving under the influence, court officials said.Tyson, 41, entered guilty pleas during a court appearance in Mesa, Arizona, after initially denying the charges at an earlier hearing.

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Tropical Storm Karen Forms In Atlantic

East Coast, USA

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Bush Says Clinton Will Be Dem Nominee

Washington, D.C.

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Kiefer Sutherland DUI Arrest

LOS ANGELES, Calif.

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76 Web Ranked Candidates For President

See who's on top of their web campaign.

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Bush Homosexual Allegations Resurface In New Book

Allegations that George W. Bush performed a homosexual act on current U.S. Ambassador to Poland Victor Ashe in the mid-1980s have resurfaced in the tell-all memoirs of the woman who first made the claim.

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Limbaugh again suggested Hillary Clinton had Vincent Foster murdered

1993 White House Expose

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Monday, September 24, 2007

UAW Strike: The Impact on a GM Family

As UAW members walk the picket lines, their families must deal with some rough financial realities.

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Woman Accuses Dennis Rodman of Sexual Battery

The former NBA star is alleged to have slapped a woman's rear end so hard it left a "major mark."

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Blue Cross Blue Shield Calls MISCARRIAGE an ABORTION and Denies Coverage

This story deals with a woman whose health insurance provider denied her emergency room medical claim after she suffered a late night miscarriage. The basis of the denial, they say she had an elective abortion. Its this kind of stuff that makes Americans hate the health insurance industry.

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Dodds Other Campaign Redeeming Dad

2008 Democratic Presidential Candidate

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Cops: Teacher of the Year Janelle Batkins Had Sex with Student

A former teacher of the year at Roseville High School, Janelle Batkins has been arraigned on charges she allegedly had sex with her 17-year-old student aide.

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Iran's Leader Faces Protest In New York

NEW YORK, N.Y.

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Friends recall larger-than-life persona of Shakey Jake

Ann Arbor icon Shakey Jake has died.

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Google office, culture provide place to work hard

ANN ARBOR, Mich

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Body found in basement of restaurant

YPSILANTI, Michigan

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Saturday, September 22, 2007

14 Fatal Online Dating Errors

Love and Marriage

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Alex Jones goes into detail on fake Neo-Con Bin laden Tapes

Alex Jones goes into detail about the latest fake Neo-Con Bin Laden Video. Released right on time to counter 911 truth.

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Salma Hayek Welcomes Baby Girl!

The baby's name is Valentina Paloma Pinault

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Rosie O'Donnell Interview: GMA Confirms Cancellation

NEW YORK, USA

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Nicole Richie Bikini Pic!

HAWAII, USA

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Charlotte Church Births A New Baby

EUROPE, England

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O.J. Simpson's Girlfriend Speaks Out!

LAS VEGAS, Nevada

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Friday, September 21, 2007

Toilet in Senator Scandle Now a Tourist Attraction

Karen Evans, an information officer at Minneapolis-St Paul international airport, says, "People are taking pictures."

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The Forbes 400

One Billion Dollars Is No Longer Enough

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George Clooney In Motorcycle Accident

New Jersey

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Britney Spears Hit With Misdemeanors

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif

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Angelina Jolie On Sex, Drugs and Divorce

Her New Book Release

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Nude Silverstone Ad Pulled in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas

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Snoop Dogg Pleads Guilty In Baton Case

SANTA ANA, Calif.

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Woman Crusades for Air Traveler Rights

Sept. 20

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

'Mr. Hockey' Wins Spy Case Against Neighbor

Gordie Howe has won a temporary restraining order barring a neighbor from conducting surveillance on the hockey legend's home.

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Mystery Boy In Iron Coffin Identified

Washington, D.C.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

She's a Millionaire at 17... Thanks to MySpace

A Southgate, MI teenager who launched an internet business to help girls build MySpace pages has struck gold. She's already raking in millions of dollars.

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Woman 70 Arrested Over Brown Lawn

Utah

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900 Pound Man Removed From Home

LANSING, MI

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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

NYTimes to End Charges on Web Site

The New York Times will stop charging for access to parts of its Web site, effective at midnight Tuesday night, reflecting a growing view in the industry that subscription fees cannot outweigh the potential ad revenue from increased traffic on a free site.

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Is O.J. Simpson Being Treated Unfairly By Police?

LAS VEGAS, NV

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Student Arrested Tasered At Kerry Event

University of Florida

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Monday, September 17, 2007

UF Student tasered at John Kerry Speech

I couldn't get to my camera in time to record his entrance, but this guy basically comes running in with 4 or 5 cops in tow and says he has been running around trying to get in to ask a question and the cops are going to arrest him for it. they almost do it then but Sen. Kerry says he will answer it. he then answers a previous question someone else

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Hillary Rodham Clinton Pledges Universal Health Care

Des Moines, Iowa

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Cops: Ex-Teacher Stephanie Ann Stein Had Sex with Student

A former Plymouth, MI Christian Academy teacher has been arraigned on charges she had sex with a 15-year-old student and engaged in graphic conversations with him on the internet.

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Bloomfield, MI Predator Trolls for Kids with Treats

Parents and kids in Bloomfield Township, MI are being warned about a man who tried to entice a child into his SUV with a cookie wrapped in a ribbon.

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FBI: Federal Prosecutor Sought Sex with Child

An assistant U.S. Attorney from Florida has been arrested on charges he flew to Detroit to have sex with a 5-year-old child. INSIDE: Watch Action News report & read latest...

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$200 Dollar a Barrel Oil Is Bilderberg Plan To Destroy Middle Class

The global elite are conspiring to send oil prices crashing through the $200 dollar a barrel mark as part of an organized agenda to hike profits, bring about a global economic crash and torpedo the middle class, and they're not afraid to attack Iran as a means of achieving their goal.

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Tiger Stadium Memorabilia Auction Opens

An online auction of a 680-item collection of Tiger Stadium memorabilia is scheduled to run through mid-October. INSIDE: Where to go online

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Ann Arbor, MI Launches Disability Resources Website

The City of Ann Arbor has launched an online resources to highlight accessible services and amenities.

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Simpson Faces Charges In Robbery Case

Las Vegas, NV

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Sunday, September 16, 2007

Michigan Has Hart, Much More In Rout Of Winless ND

Mike Hart took care of his guarantee with ease, running for 187 yards on 35 carries and scoring two touchdowns, leading the Wolverines to a 38-0 win over Notre Dame...

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Alan Greenspan claims Iraq war was really for oil

America’s elder statesman of finance, Alan Greenspan, has shaken the White House by declaring that the prime motive for the war in Iraq was oil.

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Corn Maze Bears President Ford Likeness

Richland, MI

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Chrysler Recalls Nearly 300,000 SUVs

Chrysler said Friday it would recall nearly 300,000 sport utility vehicles to address potential braking problems while driving uphill.

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

There is No Way This Crab is Real [PIC]

This thing looks like it came straight outta Hell!

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Gonzales Leaves Justice Department

As prophesied!

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Tropical Storm Ingrid Churns In Atlantic

Tropical Storm Ingrid Moves In Direction Of East Coast 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. The White House.

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Friday, September 14, 2007

Thursday, September 13, 2007

UPDATE: Package Forces Airport Evacuation

Part of a terminal at Detroit Metro airport was evacuated for more than an hour as officials checked out a suspicious package found on its lower level. INSIDE: Watch Action...

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VERDICT: Jury Awards $6.5 Million to Ex-Cops

Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and the city unfairly dismissed two police officers, a jury found Tuesday, capping a 15-day whistleblower lawsuit that churned out allegations of misdeeds by the mayor's staff...

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No Hate Crime Charge In Torture Case

West Virginia

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State Executes Ex-Soldier for Killing Kids

Nashville TN

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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

APPEAL VERDICT? City Council is Concerned

Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's announcement the city will appeal the $6.5 million whistleblower verdict is raising eyebrows at city council. INSIDE: Watch Action News report from council

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BLOWN AWAY: Kilpatrick Reacts to Verdict

Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick says he's stunned by a jury's ruling in favor of two former police officers who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against him and the city. INSIDE: Watch...

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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Aaron Russo Passes Away

After a long battle with cancer Aaron Russo, the maker of America: Freedom To Fascism has passed away. RIP Aaron you will be missed.

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Radio Frequencies Help Burn Salt Water

Hot water.

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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Is Hillary A Modern Day Jezebel Who Operates In A Spirit Of WitchCraft?

Did you know that next to diamonds, rubies are the hardest substance on earth? They are also among the rarest and most expensive of all gems; in fact, a flawless, well-cut ruby is worth far more than a diamond of comparable size. Moreover, in the Bible, rubies are found on the breastplate of the high priest and in the foundations of the New Jerusalem.

However, scientists have found a way to create a synthetic ruby stone so convincing that it is nearly impossible to distinguish the genuine from a counterfeit without special testing.

Likewise, history has taught us that for every truth, society has synthesized a counterfeit. Perhaps this is why King Solomon said, "For wisdom is better than rubies, And all the things one may desire cannot be compared to her" (Proverbs 8:11).


Albert Howard for U.S. President 2008

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