Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Sunday Show 03-08-2015

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Strangers clear snow so elderly man can reach wife's memorial
There's really nothing to do at Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin -- at least not in the winter. So why then, for the past couple months, have two city workers -- Jerrod Ebert and Kevin Schultz -- been sneaking off, on their own, to shovel a walkway no one really needs to walk on?
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Out of work dad holds sign at Philadelphia train station in hopes of getting a job
An out-of-work father is job-hunting in a unique way -- by holding a sign in front of thousands of commuters at a Philadelphia train station for four hours a day. According to MyFoxPhilly.com, Rob Crozier, 36, splits his days between student teaching and holding a sign at 30th Street Station asking commuters to ask him for his resume.
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Coburn: Convention of States Needed Because Washington Will Never Fix Itself
 “Washington is never going to fix itself,” said former Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK), explaining why he intends to spend the next few years trying to “cheat history” by helping to organize the nation’s first-ever Convention of the States.
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The dog no one owned but everyone loved
If there is one thing that has stood the test of time, it is humans' affection toward dogs. The only proof you need is located along a stretch of country road in Coles County, Illinois.
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Couple denied role as foster parents over permits to carry guns
A Nevada couple were denied their request to serve as foster parents because they have permits to carry guns. Brian and Valerie Wilson, of Las Vegas, told “Fox & Friends” Sunday that they have always planned to become foster parents and eventually adopt, but have been denied permission to do so because of a state regulation that prohibits the carrying of loaded weapons with foster children.
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Amnesty advocates looking to co-opt Bloody Sunday Selma Commemoration
Pro-amnesty advocates will try to co-opt Sunday’s commemoration of the “Bloody Sunday” march in Selma–one of the most seminal moments in the civil rights movement and the history of the country–to again push the false narrative that amnesty for illegal immigrants is the new civil rights movement.
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Saudis Concerned About Iran’s Involvement in Same 4 Countries Netanyahu Listed, including Iraq
Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal on Thursday accused Iran of “taking over” Iraq, and voiced concern about its involvement in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen – citing the same four countries Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned this week that Iran was “gobbling up.”In a joint press appearance with Secretary of State John Kerry in Riyadh, Saud said while the kingdom was obviously worried about Iran’s nuclear program, “we’re equally concerned about the nature of action and hegemonistic tendencies that Iran has in the region.”
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