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Contempt motion against Kentucky sexual assault victim dropped

The attorneys of two Kentucky boys who plead guilty to sexually assault have dropped a motion to hold their victim in contempt for publicly shaming them on the Internet. The boys’ attorneys had asked the judge to hold 17-year-old Savannah Dietrich of Louisville in contempt for violating the confidentiality of…

How to buy 18,000 rounds of ammunition on the Internet

Spend just a few minutes browsing the internet and it becomes clear how James Holmes was able to stockpile 6,000 rounds of ammunition without any alarms sounding. Huge amounts of ammunition can be purchased online in a matter of minutes and can be shipped straight to customers’ doors, no questions…

Masked men carve ‘dyke’ into lesbian woman, then set house on fire

The recent home invasion and vicious attack on a lesbian woman in Lincoln, Nebraska is being described by the Human Rights Campaign as “truly horrific.” The LBGT rights organization is calling on federal authorities to investigate the alleged hate crime. CNN reported that three masked men allegedly broke into the…

Huckabee battles ‘militant homosexuals’ with ‘Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day’

Fox News host Mike Huckabee is so outraged that The Muppets and “militant homosexuals” are attacking Christian restaurant chain Chick-fil-A for their stance on LGBT rights that he has calling for “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day” on August 1. “I have been incensed at the vitriolic assaults on the Chick Fil-A company…

‘Sarah Palin’ stripper coming to Tampa for Republican convention

Sarah Palin fans who are disappointed that the former vice presidential candidate won’t be speaking at the GOP convention in Tampa next month won’t be left hanging because her stripper look-alike will be entertaining hard-working Republicans at a local “gentleman’s club.” WFLA learned last week that a “dead ringer” for…

Authorities: Victims in fatal Texas crash were undocumented immigrants

A Houston television station is reporting that officials believe the 23 victims in a devastating auto accident in south Texas were undocumented Mexican immigrants. According to KTRK-TV, the crash ocurred Sunday night near the town of Goliad, when the pickup truck carrying all 23 people veered off the road and…

Tony Perkins: Google’s pro-LGBT campaign will ‘search and destroy’ values

The leader of an anti-LGBT Christian think tank on Monday warned that search engine giant Google should be ready for “blow back” over their “Legalize Love” campaign, which targets countries that have anti-homosexuality laws. “Thanks to a new campaign, Google’s approach to traditional values is to search — and destroy,”…

Washington pot legalizers get $1 million after strong poll results

Over the course of a single weekend, Washington state’s marijuana legalization initiative received more than $1 million from some wealthy donors, who kicked in their cash a day after a poll found that voters favor the initiative by an overwhelming margin. The massive fundraising haul came thanks to the generosity…

Romney to meet with British leaders during Olympic games

White House hopeful Mitt Romney is to visit Britain, meet with David Cameron and attend the Olympic opening ceremony this week as he embarks on a major diplomatic mission that will also take in Israel and Poland. According to a preliminary schedule sent out Monday by Romney’s campaign, the candidate…

Colorado shooting suspect appears in court

James Holmes, the 24-year-old alleged to have gunned down 12 people in a US cinema screening the new Batman movie, made his first appearance in a Colorado court Monday. With orange hair, Holmes sat glum-faced, his eyes repeatedly closing and opening in strange fashion, at the proceedings in Centennial, following…

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