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“We’re Done Here” Power Tripping Cop Tells Harvey Flood Rescuers To Leave

Volunteers looking to help victims of Hurricane Harvey were apprehended by a police officer in Vidor, Texas, who told them that their help wasn’t needed. (TFTP) Vidor, Texas — Volunteers aiding the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the flood-ravaged city of Vidor were stopped by police in an encounter that was caught on video. James Hartwell Read More…

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Don’t Trust the Red Cross, 10 Ways You Can Help Harvey Victims Without Enriching Scammers

Instead of padding the corporate salaries of the Red Cross, here’s how you can make your donations really help the victims of Harvey. (TFTP) Houston, TX — It is time to strike while the iron is hot. Media coverage of the devastation in Texas is at a peak right now and history shows us that Read More…

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Cop Kills 2 People, Allowed To Resign, Joins New Dept, Shoots Man On 2nd Day—All In A Year

After shooting and killing two men in less than a year, Officer Welch joined a new department where it took him less than a month to shoot yet another man. (TFTP) Point Blank, TX – A Sheriff’s Deputy is currently being investigated for his role in an officer-involved shooting—but this is not the first or Read More…

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Watch Lawmakers Claim The State Owns Your Children

Legislators in Texas have been working toward passing a host of laws to reform the state’s Child Protective Services agency. New legislation has been crafted to improve the agency which has seen multiple dilemmas resulting in detrimental safety problems for children in the state. There have been several bills introduced this year aimed at improving the agency. Read More…

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11-Year-Old Shocks Cybersecurity Experts: Anything on Wi-Fi Can Be Weaponized

Whether it’s information technology, gymnastics, or Shaolin Kung Fu, 11-year-old Reuben Paul knocks it out of the park. This kid from Austin, Texas, just stunned a crowd of cybersecurity experts at a conference in the Netherlands by demonstrating how just about anything can be “weaponized” when it’s connected to the Internet. “From airplanes to automobiles, Read More…

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Bill to Allow Doctors to Lie to Women About Fetal Birth Defects to Prevent Abortions

Lawmakers appear to know no bounds when it comes to implementing their moral views on society. Senate bill 25, titled Relating to eliminating the wrongful birth cause of action, which passed the Texas Senate Monday, and is up for final vote this week, will allow doctors to intentionally deceive patients about fetal abnormalities to prevent them from having Read More…