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High Schoolers’ Gun Battle Lands Them in Deep Trouble With Police, Administration — But There’s Just One Tiny Problem
WAOW – Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports A gun battle between six high school seniors got the attention of police plenty fast. It all stared when neighbors reported someone pointing a gun at a car one night earlier in the week. “They did scare a number of people... Read more
Ted Cruz Challenges BLM on Texas Land Grab
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz released a letter sent to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Director affirming a recent letter from Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, demanding more information regarding potential plans to re-purpose disputed tracts of land for federal uses.  The letter is in response to the... Read more
Wisconsin Sheriff Reveals the Seven Words He Would Use to Change the Second Amendment
INDIANAPOLIS — Sheriff David Clarke Jr. may not be a household name…yet. But he’s well on his way after his rousing speech at the 2014 NRA convention. Consider the standing ovation he received after revealing the seven words he would add to the Second Amendment: “Keep your hands off... Read more
Adorable ‘Zonkey,’ Half Zebra Half Donkey, Is Born In Mexican Zoo
Fox 2 News Headlines TAMAULIPAS, México (WJBK) — A rare and unusual cross-breed makes its debut at a zoo in Mexico. It’s a zonkey, a cross between a zebra and a donkey. The animal, named Khumba, was born at the Reynosa Zoo on April 21 and there was a... Read more
Second Amendment Right to Keep and Bear … Knives?
At the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting this year, knives are the new guns. A growing movement recognizes that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms goes beyond guns, and also guarantees the right to have a knife. The issue now has its own organization, which is... Read more
Amazing Photos: See What Bullets Do to Water Droplets, Light Bulbs
What happens when a 56-year-old engineer becomes a high-speed photographer? This. Dutch photographer Lex Augusteijn told TheBlaze he loves to make art and engineering meet. “That reveals scenes which cannot be captured by the naked eye and require a lot of electronic control to make all events happen at... Read more
BLM on Texas Land: Not a Land Grab, It’s Already Ours
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Oklahoma Field Office responded to Breitbart Texas about the so-called Red River “land grab” by emphasizing that parcels in question are already held in the public domain and BLM-managed.  The Bureau claims it is not they who are declaring the ownership but... Read more
Georgetown city council to vote on limiting lawn size
Lakes in Central Texas continue to shrink because of the drought. Tuesday members of the Georgetown City Council will vote on a plan to reduce the amount of grass that can be used for new homes. Recent rains have done a lot to keep lawns green in Georgetown, but... Read more