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Women, who do the majority of household shopping, are wielding the power of the purse.
The head of the police union is concerned about safety after the shooting of six police officers in Louisiana.
Donald Trump now has a record voters can assess. He is on record with a convoluted position on everything, and therefore stands for, well, we are not sure. He spins dark stuff from his crypt to intentionally darken the mood of America and capitalize on divisiveness.
Let's do an imaginary scenario. A white, middle-aged male in a southern or border state is pulled over by a federal officer. He has a pistol and a CCW permit. There is a confrontation in which the civilian announces that he is a permit holder and has a legal right to a firearm. What happens next?
"When you have gunfire going on, you usually go with the person that's got a gun," Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said.
With a new "open-carry" law for handguns enacted on January 1st, complementing already highly-permissive existing laws governing semi-automatic rifles, hasn't Texas already done enough for freedom-loving Americans on the first day of 2016 alone? Nope.
Coming face to face with raw violence changes a person's vision of the world. In this new, unsafe world, threats are everywhere and hyper-vigilance is the new normal. Can carrying a gun help a person feel safer? Can it, at least, give us back our illusion of safety?
McGinty and his grand jury have blood on their hands. And while the U.S. masquerades as an exceptionalist beacon of democracy, the community is calling for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to investigate the grand jury process and immediately fire Timothy Loehmann, the officer who murdered Tamir.
"You have quite a few people afraid because calls are coming in left and right," an officer tells Cooley in one of the videos
(Reporting by Ian Simpson Editing by W Simon) The Senate vote came a day after the legislature approved a bill that would