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12 Black Lives Matter Protesters Arrested in Hartford While Murder Rate Spikes

Twelve people were arrested Monday in Hartford, Connecticut, for disorderly conduct after blocking traffic and access to the University of Hartford while chanting “Black Lives Matter!” Officers asked the protesters to stop sitting and standing in the roadway, and when they refused to comply, they arrested the anti-law enforcement agitators.

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Politico ‘Analyzes’ Grammar of Facebook Commenters

Pity the poor folks at satirical periodical The Onion. It is increasingly hard to parody everyday life when reality has become an electric kool-aid acid test. On Monday, purported news site Politico brought its self-reported sharp political analysis to bear by analyzing the grammar of Facebook commenters for various Presidential candidates.

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Ben Carson: Gun-Free Campuses Lead to Danger

On October 6 the Christian Science Monitor published an interview with Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson in which he stressed that campus carry is an expression of liberty and warned that banning guns from campuses leads to danger.

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Marco Rubio Skips Another Vote, This One On Defense Spending

GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio is missing another vote, this time just days after he said he wouldn’t miss any with “major national significance,” according to CNN. The Floridian has missed the most votes of any senator currently running for president.

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Texas Schools Receive Exact Online Threat Oregon School Did Before Shooting

A message threatening students on Austin, Texas, and nearby campuses was posted on a 4chan r9k message board on Monday afternoon. The threat, like the one for schools in the northwest before the mass murders, raises once again the concern of campus safety and campus carry and second amendment issues, but also free speech, hate speech, and the potential policing and government regulation of such speech.The message was almost identical to one left on a 4chan message board the day before the shootings at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. Law enforcement officials in Austin have ruled out the threat saying it is not credible.

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