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Detailed Databases on Fatal Shootings By Law Enforcement.

Washington Post Database Collecting Data On Citizen Killings By Police, by Sabrina I. Pacifici, BeSpacific Blog


Both The Washington Post and The Guardian have created databases to track numerous details of every fatal shooting by a police officer and other law enforcement in the line of duty in the United States. 36 more words

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Library Link Line-Up!

Happy 4th of July everyone!

I hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday. Don’t forget we are closed today but will resume normal hours tomorrow, Sunday, July 5th at 12:00PM. 299 more words

Library Link Line-Up

Tell them who you are!

If you are anything other than christian and really want people to know it, here’s your chance.
The Satanic Temple has what you need but you will need some space for it. 38 more words


Gay Rights Adaptation Of Iwo Jima Marines Sparks Outrage

by Caroline May1 Jul 2015

 URL of the Original Posting Site: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/01/gay-rights-adaptation-of-iwo-jima-marines-spark-outrage

A gay rights inspired adaptation of the famous image of Marines raising the flag over Iwo Jima in 1945 is sparking outrage following the recent Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage nation-wide.

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Ruling confirms e-book price-fixing by Apple

A federal appeals court in New York on Tuesday sided with regulators who said Apple was guilty of conspiring to drive up the price of e-books. 429 more words

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Apple loses appeal on ebook price-fixing case

A New York appeals court on Tuesday sided with regulators who said Apple was guilty of manipulating the cost of e-books.

Calling Apple’s transgressions, “the supreme evil of antitrust,” the Second Circuit Court upheld a 2013 verdict that found Apple conspired in 2010 with five major book publishers — Harper Collins, Penguin, Simon & Schuster, Hachette and Macmillan — to fix ebook prices to halt the surge of e-book distributor Amazon. 348 more words

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