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Fly The Friendly Skies?

When did the friendly skies end and the Gestapo police state begin? For David Dao it ended when he took his seat on a United Express Flight 3411 from O'Hare.

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The Masters - Final Round
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Why Golf Is A Four Letter Word

Sergio Garcia of Spain bested Justin Rose to win the 81st Master’s Golf Championship and the coveted green jacket.

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Asa Hutchinson Visits Arizona-Mexico Border
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Job Includes Microchip Implanted In Your Hand —Still Want To Work There?

A Swedish company is implanting microchips in workers hands allowing them to operate copiers, enter secure areas or buy a snack with just a wave of their hand.

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US Air Cavalry
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Who Was Hugh Clowers Thompson Jr.?

Thomson knew something was wrong when he saw a 20-year-old wounded woman lying in the grass. He dropped a green marker to indicate it was safe to approach her.

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Employers Post Most Job Openings In Four Years In June
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Could Your Employees Pass The Snowflake Test?

The buzzword these days is snowflake. Today’s whining, sniveling, rich entitlement brats who think the world owes them a living for little or no work.

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Mall of America
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Is Retail Dying In Bozeman?

Photographer Seph Lawless has documented abandoned and forgotten malls across the US. His photos tell the story of the death of retail as we used to know it.

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Teacher Fired After Criticizing Student Who Wouldn’t Stand for Pledge of Allegiance

A student who exercised his First Amendment right has led to a teacher losing his job.

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Deadline Looms For Standing Rock Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters To Vacate Camp
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It’s Time To Protest The Protestors

A Washington Post story is reporting that protesters left over 800 dumpsters of trash to be cleaned up by the Army Corps of Engineers at a cost of $1.1 million dollars.

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Tax Preparation Gets Underway Ahead Of April Deadline
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What Will Trump’s Tax Returns Tell You?

Nixon was the first president in office to release tax returns. Previous presidents did not release their taxes to the public.

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Inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt
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The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is — Fear Itself — All Day Every Day

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