Protest, prayers surround Oregon’s Adolescent Sexuality Conference

By   /  July 24, 2014  /  News, Oregon  /  No Comments

SAY WHAT?: Protesters organize against an Adolscent Sexuality Conference.

 
By Matt Kaufman | U-Choose Education Forum
SEASIDE, Ore. — In the parish hall of Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, a group of protesters are going over the ground rules: Keep it silent and dignified. Let your signs speak for you. Don’t let yourself be provoked into arguments.
“We’re doing this with the love of Jesus Christ in [...]

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ND Republican raises campaign funds, even when he’s not on the ballot

By   /  July 24, 2014  /  News, North Dakota  /  No Comments

QUESTIONABLE FUNDRAISING: Since 2010 frequent North Dakota federal candidate Duane Sand has used direct mail fundraising company Base Connect to bring money into his campaigns even when he hasn't actually been a candidate.

Republican Duane Sand has a recognizable name in North Dakota because he’s been on the state ballot four times since 2000.

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NE governor continues pressing for answers on border kids

By   /  July 24, 2014  /  Nebraska, News  /  No Comments

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Gov. Dave Heineman says he still isn’t getting answers from federal officials about the 214 unaccompanied immigrant children that have been placed in Nebraska since October.

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Minimum wage supporters push ‘live the wage’ challenge

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Can one person survive on just $77 a week? Former Gov. Ted Strickland and U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan are going to try.

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Does DHS have a plan to track children illegally crossing the border?

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INVERTIR: Las empresas pueden aplicar para recibir millones de dólares en inversiones de personas que deseen trasladarse a los estados unidos.

The immigration crisis, now subject to election-year political posturing, is inspiring members of the private sector to act where government is failing.

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Arcade helps give PA borough extra life, but hefty tax could mean game over

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NO QUARTERS NEEDED: Gamers don't need pockets full of change to play at the TimeLine Arcade in Hanover. The business charges a flat rate, a pricing structure that has left the business beyond the reach of the borough's amusement tax.

The small borough of Hanover has long been championed as the Snack Food Capital of the World, but there’s no such grand proclamation about the small York County town’s nightlife.

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