Monthly Archives: July 2016

Analyzing the Legislative Post Audit of the Kansas DCF | Part 1

Last week, a damning audit of the Kansas Department for Children and Families conducted by the Legislative Division of Post Audit was released. The audit highlights several extremely serious issues within the DCF which recently caused legislators to immediately demand the resignation of Phyllis Gilmore, Secretary of the Kansas DCF. A little background… The audit was originally requested in December 2015 ...

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Orlando man arrested and charged for meth after police found Krispie Kreme Donut crumbs in his car.

Is there anything more terrifying than being arrested for a crime you did not commit? Meet 64-year-old Daniel Rushing. Rushing was arrested and charged with possession of meth after Orlando police found Krispie Kreme Donut crumbs in his car. On December 11, at roughly 1:00 pm, Rushing had just dropped off a neighbor for chemotherapy. Rushing takes his neighbor to ...

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Did Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy say “We don’t like the blacks either?”

Chick-fil-A received huge backlash after Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy came forward with his feelings towards homosexuality. However, his opposition towards gay marriage acted as a double-edged sword. At the same time, there was a backlash against his anti-homosexual views; there was also a national Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. It was a record sales day for the company as people around the ...

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UPDATE: Early morning attack on Columbus, Ohio police confirmed.

Late Wednesday night, Columbus, Ohio police had a close call when at least one suspect opened fire on officers with a high-caliber weapon. Luckily, no officers were injured during the shooting. Last nights attack follows several national tragedies involving the death of officers. On Wednesday night at roughly 11:53 pm, Columbus police responded to a call of shots fired in ...

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The reality of Florida’s Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act.

Florida is about to join other medical cannabis friendly states by putting the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act into action. As many Floridians rejoice to have the opportunity to try medical cannabis, they may be slightly disappointed when they learn the details of the bill. The Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act was passed in 2014 and set to go into action on ...

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Video of Ohio State Troopers in full RIOT GEAR reporting for duty at the RNC

Video was captured Wednesday afternoon in Cleveland, Ohio of Ohio State Troopers reporting for duty in FULL riot gear to the Republican National Convention. While most of the protesters have been civil (for the most part), officials are aware that as the convention advances, so does the sentiments of THOUSANDS of people gathered outside Quicken Loans Arena wanting their voices ...

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