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Glowing green cats part of Audubon Center’s legacy of species preservation

Benjamin Franklin wrote in 1745 that “in the dark all Cats are grey,” but at the Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species (ACRES) in New Orleans, LA, some cats are fluorescent. According to science and technology website TheVerge.com, researchers at the facility are pioneering the preservation of threatened species…

Kansas school suspends 13-year-old boy for wearing Vera Bradley purse

A 13-year-old boy in Kansas was suspended on Wednesday for wearing a Vera Bradley purse — and officials say he can’t come back until he takes it off. Skylar Davis told KCTV that he had been carrying the colorful Vera Bradley handbag for months until one official at Anderson County…

Fox Business’ John Stossel ‘upset’ poor people aren’t selling kidneys for $1,200

Libertarian Fox Business host John Stossel on Thursday said he was outraged that most government services like the military and “organ selling” had not been turned over to private business. In a segment titled “Time to Privatize,” Stossel told the hosts of Fox & Friends that the beauty of privatizing…

Florida teacher suspended for forcing kids to say pledge on Sept. 11 or ‘go to your home country’

A Florida teacher was recently suspended without pay for five days after school officials said that she forced a fourth grade student to violate his religious beliefs and say the Pledge of Allegiance. The Tampa Bay Times reported that the student, whose Jehovah’s Witness religion forbids him from worshiping objects,…

Florida Chick-fil-A customer opens fire after car cuts in line at drive-thru

Authorities in Florida are searching for a suspect who opened fire after someone cut in front of him at a Jacksonville Chick-fil-A drive-thru. According to First Coast News, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the restaurant at around 9:25 a.m. Monday morning and found that the victim’s car…

Arizona prosecutors: Smoking weed weeks earlier enough for DUI charge

Prosecutors in one Arizona county argued on Tuesday that people who smoked marijuana days or even weeks earlier could be charged with driving under the influence of drugs. Deputy Maricopa County Attorney Susan Luder argued before the Arizona Supreme Court that the county had acted properly in charging a man…

Virginia gun store hands out free AR-15 magazines to ‘reward’ voters on election day

A Virginia gun store encouraged voters to participate in the state’s election on Tuesday by handing out the type of high-capacity assault rifle magazines that were banned in several states following last year’s tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Capitol City Project reported that Quantico Tactical had…

Fox News’ Scott Brown: Cuccinelli lost because libertarian candidate was Democratic plant

Fox News contributor Scott Brown, a former Republican United States senator, asserted on Wednesday that Republican candidate Ken Cuccinelli had lost the Virginia governor’s race because Democrats had conspired to plant a libertarian opponent and siphon away conservative votes. In an interview with Fox News host Brian Kilmeade the morning…

Tennessee mayor arrested at city hall for stealing Toys for Tots’ Christmas money

Workers at one Greenbrier City Hall were shocked this week to see the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) arrest the mayor on charges he that stole money from the Toys for Tots charity just before the Christmas season. The Tennessean reported that TBI agents abruptly showed up on Monday afternoon…

Illinois Republican: Same-sex marriage debate should be about the Bible, not human rights

Illinois state Rep. Dwight Kay (R-Glen Carbon) on Tuesday complained that supporters of same-sex marriage frequently spoke about human rights but neglected the Biblical scriptures. “The other thing I didn’t hear today was the fact that this nation was built on the scriptures,” he said on the House floor. “And…

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