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Christie Spars With Teacher at New Jersey Town Hall

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:33 Written by
KENILWORTH, N.J. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got into a heated exchange over pensions with a public school teacher at a town hall meeting Tuesday that was marked by frequent outbursts from protesters. Christie, a Republican who is considering a run for president in 2016, has been holding weekly town hall meetings across the state to tout his proposal to further reform New Jersey's public worker health care and pension system, arguing a previous…
Where’s my game? CST’s Ronnie Rantz says LSU’s baseball matchup with UL-Lafayette was tape-delayed because of advertising obligations
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:31 Written by
Cox Sports Television delayed the airing of LSU’s game against Louisiana-Lafayette on Tuesday night in the Wally Pontiff Jr. Classic at Zephyr Field, sending Tigers fans into an uproar on social media. The game was tape-delayed — about two innings behind — after a softball game between Arkansas and Tulsa ran about a half-hour behind on the network. Ronnie Rantz, on the broadcast for the game, made the decision to delay the broadcast
Where’s my game? CST’s Ronnie Rantz says LSU’s baseball matchup with UL-Laayette was tape-delayed because of advertising obligations
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:28 Written by
Cox Sports Television delayed the airing of LSU’s game against Louisiana-Lafayette on Tuesday night in the Wally Pontiff Jr. Classic at Zephyr Field, sending Tigers fans into an uproar on social media. The game was tape-delayed — about two innings behind — after a softball game between Arkansas and Tulsa ran about a half-hour behind on the network. Ronnie Rantz, on the broadcast for the game, made the decision to delay the broadcast
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence: First victim of America's new culture war
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:13 Written by
Washington (CNN)Mike Pence is the first victim of America's new culture war. The Republican governor of Indiana thought he was doing what 19 other states and the federal government had done -- without inciting national controversy -- by signing a new religious freedom law. When charges that the law opens doors to discrimination against gays and lesbians came, his technical arguments about what is and isn't allowed under the law were feeble in the
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and America's new culture war
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:02 Written by
Washington (CNN)Mike Pence is the first victim of America's new culture war. The Republican governor of Indiana thought he was doing what 19 other states and the federal government had done -- without inciting national controversy -- by signing a new religious freedom law. When charges that the law opens doors to discrimination against gays and lesbians came, his technical arguments about what is and isn't allowed under the law were feeble in the
'TERRORISM AT HOME' 64 terror plots targeting US since 9/11, report says
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 19:54 Written by
Hasan Edmonds, (inset, I.), planned to join ISIS, while his cousin, Jonas Edmonds, plotted to kill 150 at the Joliet Armory, where Hasan’s National Guard unit was based. (Clarion Project, Reuters) The frightening plot to kill 150 National Guard members that unraveled last week when FBI agents nabbed two Chicago-area cousins was the 64th case since 9/11 of Islamist terrorists plotting to strike on American soil, according to a new report
Obama Clogging Inboxes With Meet-and-Greet Invitation Emails
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 19:33 Written by
President Obama is using his bully pulpit to ask one question over and over lately: Are you ready to meet me? A slew of e-mails from Organizing for Action, the nonprofit group that grew out of the Obama campaign, have been clogging inboxes in recent weeks, part of a relentless campaign to rake in as much money and as many e-mail addresses as possible by a Monday night deadline. It's this simple: enter an e-mail…
Donald Trump Hires 3 Campaign Vets for His NH Political Team
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 19:33 Written by
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump is adding three veterans to his New Hampshire political team as he continues to explore a bid for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. According to the ABC affiliate WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire, Trump tapped Andrew Georgevits to serve as deputy state director, Joshua Whitehouse for coalitions director, and Zach Montanaro as field coordinator. The hirings prove Trump's seriousness about a presidential campaign, Corey Lewandowski, senior political
Benny Simmons and Antonio Blakeney pitch merits of LSU to Malik Newman at McDonald’s All-American Game
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 19:30 Written by
CHICAGO — With media members surrounding Benny Simmons, he answered every question punctually and confidently. Then his buddy Antonio Blakeney approached. “They want to know how you recruited Malik Newman,” Simmons said to Blakeney. It was only a couple of minutes earlier that Blakeney had a little fun at the media members’ expense. “I just yelled out, ‘Malik just committed,’ ” Blakeney said while chuckling. “Everybody looked. Everybody stopped and looked. He basically
Net neutrality emails raise suspicions
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 19:10 Written by
A number of messages to lawmakers purporting to be from average constituents who oppose the Obama administration’s net neutrality rules don’t appear to have come from people within their districts, according to the company that manages the technology for some House members. The notes have identical wording to those organized by a group called American Commitment, which is led by Phil Kerpen, a former top aide at the Koch brothers-backed Americans for Prosperity. Story Continued

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