#277351

Rip Off Medications: Duexis

Submitted 6 years ago by ActRight Community

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Obama's Department of Justice has announced new plans to give banks more power to inform on customers' "nefarious activity" and trigger immediate investigations by federal or local authorities.
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GREENVILLE, S.C.— Twice before, South Carolina has delivered for the Bush family. In 1988, it famously served as George H.W. Bush’s firewall after he finished third in Iowa. Twelve years later, it served the same role for George W. Bush after John McCain’s New Hampshire victory. But as Jeb Bush seeks to become the third in his family...
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Though "Bibi" Netanyahu won re-election last week, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations will still look into whether the State Department financed a clandestine effort to defeat him.
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A Philadelphia man out for a walk last week was gunned down by three black teens in cold blood, and when police found the man’s body, they made a heartbreaking discovery next to it.
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He's been consistent where other candidates haven't.
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American Jews on the left were beside themselves last week. Israel's Jews did something that utterly infuriated these American Jews: Israel's Jews overwhelmingly voted for a man of the right (or for other right-of-center parties). And not just any right-winger, but the only leader in the Western world to publicly differ from their hero, President Barack Obama.
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The Obama administration is sending out the last batch of corrected tax forms for ObamaCare enrollees but affected people should still be sure to look over all the information.
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Fox News fails to provide coverage of the DOJ report that revealed widespread, systemic racism in the Ferguson, MO police department. * Watch the latest full...
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#277360

The Wrong Time to Coddle

Submitted 6 years ago by ActRight Community

PC lunacy and cocoon culture remains strong on college campuses despite some recent pushback. As the world darkens, it's a very bad time to encourage fragility in the next generation.
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Obama Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson told the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) that reading the Koran reminds him of "quintessentially American values." Jeh Johnson was recognized yesterday by the Muslim Public Affairs Council. Because nothing is more American…
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“Legislating from the bench” has been superseded by even more dangerous “lawmaking” by unelected, unaccountable federal agencies. Here's an overview of current state legislation to thwart federal overreach.
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The March 4 incident involved allegedly drunk agents who drove into the White House complex in a government vehicle. A House committee held a contentious hearing Tuesday.
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Alejandro Mayorkas, the former director of U.S. Customs and Immigration Services, favored projects championed by Nevada U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, and Hillary Clinton's broth
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Much as we'd like to emulate our NASCAR heroes, breaking the speed limit often comes at a price. Ford is hoping to prevent accidents and speeding tickets
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Ted Cruz's campaign is a little more than 24 hours old and he is already taking on Jeb Bush. In an interview with conservative radio host Laura Ingraham Tuesday morning, Cruz hit Bush and other poten
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NYC's Board of Health announced dramatically stricter rules for licensed city day cares, including a limit on how much juice kids can drink.
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A dance debate is sparking controversy at Lexington High School. Students said the administration canceled an American-themed dance because it excluded other nationalities.
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Matthew Kaiser is a white-collar criminal defense attorney who has represented a number of students accused of sexual assault at colleges and universities. The Vice-President…
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No wonder students are equally scared of rapists and a discussion of rape culture! They have grown up under the mantra: Everything is dangerous.
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It sounds like a replay of Eastern Europe in the 1940s, complete with the Red Army sweeping aside old borders in the wake of the Second World War and establishing Russian supremacy over one captive nation after another from the Baltics down to the Balkans, while a stunned West mainly watched in dismay.
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A group of Democratic senators is urging the Obama administration to delay a key portion of Obamacare because the results could be
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The liberal website Think Progress is out with a hit piece claiming Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas is the most anti-woman politician in America ... because he supports a flat tax. No, really. In an article titled Ted Cruz just laid out the most anti-woman agenda yet, TP author Kay Steiger sought to begin the war on women chant against Cruz by attacking policy positions few would think of as specific to a gender. Steiger achieved this by looking at certain polls showing women split on issues or less enthusiastic than men about certain issues, as if that makes Cruz's stance anti-woman. Steiger lists the repeal of Obamacare as somehow being anti-woman — not only because of the contraception mandate, but also because Women have decidedly mixed views on Obamacare, but some recent tracking polls have shown approval of the health care law getting a slight edge among women. (Of course, if women are that closely divided on the issue, couldn't Obamacare itself be considered anti-woman?)
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By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to Wisconsin's Republican-backed law requiring voters to present photo identification to cast a ballot, a measure Democrats contend is aimed at keeping their supporters from voting. The justices declined to hear an appeal filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, which challenged the law. The ACLU said it then filed an emergency motion with a federal appeals court to try to keep the law from taking effect immediately. Republican Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel said the law cannot be implemented for the state's April 7 election because absentee ballots are already in the hands of voters but would be in place for future elections.
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The Austin Police Department arrested a woman last night after a "Molotov cocktail" was thrown at pro-life activists praying outside of an Austin Planned Parenthood abortion facility. A Molotov cocktail is a type of homemade incendiary device usually incorporating gasoline, a breakable glass bottle, and a wick that is lit before the device is thrown.
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