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by Shopsteward
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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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BeRight

Yup: Gov Rick Snyder may have to resign because someone forgot to put in the chemicals to prevent the lead already in peoples houses to leach out in to the water provided by Flint.

Posted 81 days ago.

BeRight

They could find picture of OJ doing the murder and it would not make any difference as far as a criminal trial. He has been acquitted and that's that. Double jeopardy rules apply.

Posted 81 days ago.

Caspiansynn

Did they say the knife found was a Buck?Because what I heard was they would not be releasing any description on the knife that they found and for years they have said the suspected murder weapon was a fixed blade knife similar to a K-Bar. I always wondered how the could tell the difference between a fixed blade and a folder just from the cut that was made. Btw, on a side note the 110 is a very popular model for Buck but not the most popular model they make.

Posted 81 days ago.

Shopsteward

Most likely a 110 as that is certainly the most popular Buck knife in history

Posted 81 days ago.

Mich Gov may have to resign !

Posted 81 days ago.

Shopsteward

Didnt know it was a Buck, wonder if it was a 110

Posted 81 days ago.

Shopsteward

Uea Coal, i saw that on the news, wouldnt it be ironic to find it was the murder weapon and tied him unmistakably to the crime, Too bad, no double jeopardy

Posted 81 days ago.

Seems Mich. Gov Rick Snyder's term may come to an end because of all the "great" republinutz ideas that he and his co-horts have instituted . Theres petitions for his resignation . In his zeal to make michigan a republinut haven he made some decisions that have sacrificed the good of the people ! This may be the start to a return to sanity !It may take years to undo all the harm these rabid republinutz have done !

Posted 82 days ago.

They found A knife at OJ's former residence , the jury's still out !(no pun intended)

Posted 82 days ago.

Coaluser

They found OJ Simpsons Buck hunting knife.

Posted 82 days ago.

Google her coaldust !

Posted 82 days ago.

Coaluser

Or she WAS a Fox news reporter. Havent seen her on there since S.I. started.

Posted 82 days ago.

Coaluser

She is a Fox news reporter. And she was in the twin towers before they fell.

Posted 82 days ago.

Oh ? Something youre not an expert on !

Posted 82 days ago.

Shopsteward

Guess i dont know who she is Coal

Posted 82 days ago.

Figures , just another blondie on faux !

Posted 82 days ago.

Coaluser

Maybe a new episode of Strange Inheritance Beright ? I cannot get enough of Jamie Colby.

Posted 82 days ago.

absolem

almost smells of scam...."which were all in remarkable condition"

if valid, then good for the family. those that have a Ty Cobb card would most likely not be too happy about the discovery. it is certain to devalue...at least in the short term an otherwise "rare and original" card.

Posted 82 days ago.

BeRight

Seven rare Ty Cobb baseball cards have been found in a bag of trash. The Cobb cards, which were all in remarkable condition, were found last month in an empty house in unidentified town in a southern state of the U.S. As reported by the Washington Post, the cards were found by the original owners’ great-grandchildren. The family does not wish to be named.

The Ty Cobb cards were found mixed in with postcards and family artifacts, and although none of the family are great baseball fans, they had heard of the name “Ty Cobb,” and so thought the cards might be worth something. It turns out the cards were printed between 1909 and 1911, and are worth an estimated $1 million

Sounds like a story from Strange Inheritance.

Posted 83 days ago.

Shopsteward

Happened here a few years ago with a vol FD member

Posted 83 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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