I loved Surge back in the day.
Third Way, a centrist think tank, has proposed a new way to draw young adults into the teaching profession: have the government pay off teachers’ student loans for every month they remain in the hprofession.
Kanye West shocked fans in Australia when he halted a concert after two fans failed to stand up for him, even though one was in a wheelchair and the other had a prosthetic limb reports The Independent.
Just saw one woman wearing a #Peterson jersey and carrying a small tree branch. @TCFBankStadium
The Indiana Toll Road operators are looking at filing for bankruptcy to get out from under $6 billion in debt and selling the right to operate the road, according to media reports.
A computer repair scam is circulating throughout St. Joseph, Marshall, Kosciusko and Elkhart counties. The scam leads victims to believe that they will be able to have their computer fixed in their homes – saving additional expenses from other in-home repair services and time by not having to take your device into a store.
“Which disproportionately involve weapons like the AR-15.” That … that right there is the lie. Also, according to the FBI there are not 11,000 murders by firearms every year. The number is 8500-9000 total. More than 2000 shy of the 11,000 false total in the article. They are still peddling falsehoods about mass shootings. If you follow this issue, you already know that line is false. For the rest of you, I’ll prove it now.
A California high school principal has banned the football booster club from selling Chick-fil-A sandwiches during a back-to-school night fundraiser because she disagrees about gay marriage with the president of the Atlanta-based fast food chain.
The national cable sports network rejected a 30-second television advertisement from Windermere Real Estate that shows company owner Dave Retter’s adorable granddaughter delivering the pledge with her hand over her heart.
It’s not the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) questioning Starbucks’ ingredients — it’s a group of activists and their attorneys. They are using a California law known as Proposition 65 to seek money from the billion-dollar company for failing to brand its coffee with a label: “Warning: this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer.”