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Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge (YouTube)

Appeals court upholds ‘black Jewish’ group’s right to spew hateful rhetoric in public

"The scriptures say black woman, shut your damn mouth,” one man shouted at passersby, according to court documents. “That’s what the scriptures say. Learn in silence."
Former Kentucky correctional Officer Sergeant James B. Johnson (WLKY/screen grab)

Former Kentucky prison guard avoids jail for 25 counts of sexually abusing women inmates

In 2011, the Kentucky State Police arrested Officer Sergeant James B. Johnson, and charged him with 25 counts of sexual abuse, trafficking controlled substances, and 50 counts of official misconduct.
Kristi Rhines via Comanchee Co Sheriff

Christ the redeemer: Oklahoma woman claims Jesus will pay for her dinner and drinks

Kristi Rhines ordered several drinks and dinner at Mexican restaurant El Chico, then revealed that she had no way to pay for them. She explained to managers that her husband would be back soon to settle the tab.
Woman with Asthma (Credit: Shutterstock.com)

Texas fights EPA’s anti-smog rules because people spend ’90 percent of their time indoors’

In an article published on the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality website, top state toxicologist Dr. Michael Honeycutt announced that the agency had concluded that “there will be little to no public health benefit from lowering the current standard.”
Misty Holt-Singh (KCRA)

Slain hostage’s family asks: Did 33 cops really have to fire 600 bullets during shootout?

Investigators said Ramos apparently used Holt-Singh as a human shield, and ballistics tests later found she had been shot 10 times by police bullets.
Xui Lui (WSB)

Georgia woman loses home over $94.85 in unpaid taxes — due to city’s clerical error

Xui Lui said she never even knew she had an overdue tax bill on her two-bedroom condominium in Norcross, which she bought with cash in 2011. County records show Lui has paid county and city taxes each year except the first.
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George H W Bush is furious about this GA Democrat’s campaign ad

A Bush spokesperson released a statement that said, in part, "Michelle and her team have been clearly, repeatedly and consistently told that President Bush did not want them to use his photo as part of this campaign. "

Four myths about slavery in the US

People think they know everything about slavery in the United States, but they don’t.
Michele Bachmann (ABC News)

Michelle Bachmann gets round-the-clock bodyguards because of Islamic State

Law enforcement officials declined to specify details of the threat.