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Stephanie Sheaks

Stephanie Sheaks

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  • National Security

Ax And Knife Wielding Man Storms Power Plant, Police Shaken As “Planning” Unknown

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California police were faced with a difficult situation when a mentally unstable man broke into the Metcalf Energy Center, threatening workers. The 27-year-old man with a history of mental illness, which has resulted in him being institutionalized multiple times, was shot and killed in San Jose when he failed to surrender to authorities despite being requested to do so numerous times. On Tuesday, around 5 P.M., employees at the power plant notified authorities that there had been a security...

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  • States’ Rights

California Man Ordered To Surrender Firearms, 2016 Law Skips Due Process And Goes Straight To Confiscation

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In 2014, California signed in a law which would allow the state to temporarily take citizen’s second amendment rights away, issuing extreme risk protection orders. These are to be given out in rare circumstances where a person is determined to be a threat to themselves or others if they remain armed. If served with such an order, an individual is prohibited from possessing or purchasing firearms or ammunition. There is, of course, a major threat to constitutional rights in...

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  • States’ Rights

Liberal Governor In Hot Seat As Port Authority Physically Forced Compliance, Brutal Tactics Excused

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Travelers and airline crews often become frustrated when facing major delays, especially when confined to cramped areas and lacking information about their travel plans. The horrendous weather in the east coast known as the “bomb cyclone,” has caused excessive travel delays across airports, however, one airline failed to properly enforce airport policies and made a ridiculous personal demand of customers at the expense of their “charter rights.” In fact, the passengers were threatened with arrest if they didn’t comply....

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  • States’ Rights

Florida Assembly In Shambles As Hidden Cameras Reveal Lawmakers Actions, Forgiveness Asked

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An unlikely romance blossomed in Florida for an undetermined amount of time, as the lovers kept it top secret for obvious reasons. It appears that possibly out of convenience, two Florida senators living just across the hall of their condominium complex began an affair lasting for at least nine months, possibly longer, despite both parties being married. Their relationship has since been uncovered, with the adulterers now seeking forgiveness. The couple seems an unlikely match at first, considering that...

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  • States’ Rights

Fourth Time! Department Finally Begins Investigation After 9x Legal Limit Crashes Town

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One would think that state workers would take their jobs seriously, especially when holding a position which could impact public safety. However, recently a snowplow driver in New Jersey risked the lives and property of his community when he performed his job extremely intoxicated. Thankfully, police were able to stop the driver before he caused further damage. The incident is inexcusable considering that it was the suspect’s fourth offense, with the New Jersey Department of Transportation finally taking notice....

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