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netnewsnebraska:

NET News reporter Bill Kelly takes you along as Nebraska’s Union Pacific Railroad begins the restoration of BIG BOY, the world’s largest locomotive! Great videos along with the radio piece! http://bit.ly/RXQz3P

nprradiopictures:

There are entrepreneurs who would love to fly drones all over the country. They dream of drones taking photos for real estate agents and helping farmers survey their fields. But there’s a battle in the courts right now standing in their way. The battle is about whether it’s legal for drones to take to the sky.
The question at the core of the battle: Who owns the air? 
The Fight Over Drones, As Seen From A Drone
GIF Credit: Quoctrung Bui/NPR

nprradiopictures:

There are entrepreneurs who would love to fly drones all over the country. They dream of drones taking photos for real estate agents and helping farmers survey their fields. But there’s a battle in the courts right now standing in their way. The battle is about whether it’s legal for drones to take to the sky.

The question at the core of the battle: Who owns the air? 

The Fight Over Drones, As Seen From A Drone

GIF Credit: Quoctrung Bui/NPR

(via netnewsnebraska)

poorrichardsnews:

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The death panels have arrived.  A woman involved in a class action lawsuit against Xerox (who runs the Nevada Obamacare exchange) has died after being denied treatment for an aggressive brain tumor. 

from Review Journal:

The Las Vegas woman died Monday, less than two weeks after her family went public with details about Nevada Health Link insurance exchange enrollment troubles that kept her from treatment in January for an aggressive brain tumor.

Rolain was one of about 150 Nevadans suing Nevada Health Link contractor Xerox for enrollment mix-ups that left them without the health insurance they paid for.

Rolain is the first to die of complications from an illness said to have gone untreated for lack of coverage. But observers close to her case say she may not be the last.

“We are worried that this is the first of many Nevadans who have life-threatening issues that may end up in such tragic circumstances. We urge all Nevadans to verify that their insurance is active and in place in light of the many problems that hundreds, if not thousands, of Nevadans have gone through,” Rolain’s law firm, Callister, Immerman and Associates, said in a statement.

Local insurance broker Pat Casale, who in May began to help Rolain with her enrollment issues, said he wouldn’t be surprised if there were at least another 100 Nevadans facing both coverage problems and “urgent and emergent” health care needs.

“I know a few that I have right now (are) in serious need of care — people who have actually paid premiums and have not received care,” Casale said.

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As soon as the VA health scandal broke, we told you that this is the ultimate result of government run health care. Somehow I didn’t even imagine we’d start to hear about these deaths so quickly.

justdia:

justdia:

Rescue Meriam Rally

(This one really made me cry. I would take her lashes, too, if it were possible.)

Meriam was released from prison, and rearrested as she and her husband tried to leave Sudan. Both are being detained. please pray for them and their family.

rightsideofpolitics:

unapologetically-american:

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thinksquad:

A 55-year-old Pennsylvania mother of seven, sentenced to serve two days in jail because her children were absent too much from school and she couldn’t pay some $2,000 in truancy fines, was found dead in her cell.

The Associated Press reported that District Judge Dean R. Patton, who sent her to prison reluctantly, blamed a judicial system that imprisons poor people who can’t pay fines for minor offensives such as truancy fines. He said:

“This lady didn’t need to be there. We don’t do debtors prisons anymore. That went out 100 years ago.”

It hasn’t gone out in Pennsylvania.

The dead woman was identified as Eileen DiNino, of Reading, who went to jail to wipe clean some $2,000 in fines and court costs imposed on her since 1999 because a number of her children were absent too much from school in Reading and Muhlenberg townships.

The AP reported that more than 1,600 people have been jailed in Berks County over school truancy fines since 2000.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2014/06/13/mother-of-7-in-jail-because-her-kids-skipped-school-dies-in-cell/

I think the answer is to make sure your kids are in school, at least that’s what my wife and I did.

With parenting comes responsibility.

Public school indoctrination is this important to them. If it was due to “they just care that much for your children”, then common core wouldn’t exist. Among a million other things that are incredibly wrong with public “education”. Take a look around you, ignorant and/or uneducated people is certainly NOT what they’re worried about. I think maybe you should consider to re-evaluate that “answer”.

complacency and conformity is why we are currently in this clusterfuck to begin with.

I think maybe you don’t know me.
First I agree,common core sucks, schools are a liberal breading ground.

Now hear me…..
My comment was for parents who are NOT RESPONSIBLE and let their kids do whatever.

Yes the schools slant way to the left, so you have 2 choices if your a responsible parents.
1: Homeschooling

2: Send your kids to school but be in their lives, have them tell you what teachers are saying, tell them to respectfully challenge when teachers spew their leftist garbage.


I did number two, but I raised my kids, I didn’t leave it up to the schools.
Don’t send your kids to school for them to raise, be a big influence on your kids lives, be there, explain why the leftist are wrong.

Note: plenty of times I had to go in and tell teachers “I instructed my kid to challenge nonsense and I’d appreciate it if you would keep politics out of school, and if not, my kids would respectfully challenge you everytime.”

I raised 4 responsible adults, 3 turned out to be conservative/libertarian and 1 libertarian.

As I originally said, with Parenting comes responsibility.

guatepolitics:

I read this in the Prensa, but I pasted the English/Tucson version below for yall. Long story short, ICE & Border Patrol in Texas is stopping people and sending them to Arizona because they ran out of room in detention centers (sigh), and then the AZ authorities are randomly dropping immigrant families (including children, presumably) at the bus station in Tucson.

Hundreds of undocumented immigrants detained as far away as Texas are being released under supervision in Tucson.  But getting to their next destination leaves them on their own.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, has said that it does not want to put children in detention centers and it dies not want to split up families.  ICE releases those families with the condition that they contact ICE for their next court date once they reach their destination in this country.

But last weekend ICE dropped more people at the downtown Greyhound station than there were seats on the buses. Wednesday afternoon a government van dropped a group of people at the bus station.  ICE said that last weekend as many as 400 were left there over the past few days, and that many of them had been stopped in south Texas.

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"We’ve heard through the grapevine that the ICE substations and the Border Patrol substations are absolutely over full and that there’s no place for them to put these people. And we’ve talked to people who were going to Texas, that were trying to make it someplace in Texas, and so they get picked up and driven back to Arizona, and now their family members have to buy them a ticket back to Texas,” said Daniel Wilson, a volunteer at Casa Mariposa, which has given some of the stranded families a place to stay for the night.