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The Daily Caller has obtained exclusive information from a source close to the investigation into the activities of Pakistani brothers who worked in IT positions for Democratic members of Congress, including Debbie Wasserman-Schultz of Florida, indicating that the FBI has seized smashed computer hard drives from the home of one of the men. Pakistani-born Imran Awan, long-time right-hand IT aide to the former Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman, has since desperately tried to get...Read More...
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Texas' lieutenant governor blames truck deaths on sanctuary cities that 'enable human smugglers' Published July 24, 2017 Fox News Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick railed against sanctuary cities on Sunday after at authorities in his state discovered eight people dead inside a sweltering tractor-trailer in a San Antonio Walmart parking lot and about 17 others in critical condition. Two additional victims later died at the hospital, bringing the death toll to 10. Patrick, a Republican,...Read More...

What about Amazon.com?

gbrk
There is an article, I was reading, today where Amazon is quietly going for the "middleman" dealers now. Specific dealers were mentioned to be companies like Granger and Fastenal which supply many industrial companies. Although I had not heard such before I did notice that on a recent trip to Huntsville, while going through Decatur, I noticed that WW Granger had shut down their Decatur dealership/store. Working for the Railroad, many years ago, I was aware of many dealers such as Granger and...Read More...
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A tech company in Wisconsin is gearing up to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to employees — and more than 50 workers have already signed up so they can make in-house purchases, open doors and unlock office equipment. Employees at Three Square Market in River Falls, which provides self-service kiosks for break rooms or micro-markets, are set to get implanted with a tiny chip that uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) to allow them to do a wide variety of tasks...Read More...
NEW YORK CITY — As the New York Times attempts to update its newsroom for the arena of modern journalism, 100 employees have reportedly agreed to take ‘voluntary’ buyout packages after the conclusion of what one local paper called “death panels.” Grant Glickson, the president of the employee’s union NewsGuild, told the New York Post that the Times had eliminated the title of copy editor and had offered buyouts to some reporters, photographers, and design staff. However, the Post notes that...Read More...
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Soon Veterans to Shop At AAFES Online

Forum: News
direstraits
The Army and Air Force Exchange System (AFFES) aka PX and BX, will soon allow veterans to shop online. http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2017/07/20/veterans-can-soon-shop-tax-free-at-exchange-online.html Scroll down to complete the veterans verification section. I will complete mine soon and let everyone know how it went. Not just for those who retired, but all veterans.Read More...

Hugh Freeze Out at Ole Miss

Forum: Sports
gbrk
So who will Ole Miss get to replace Freeze and will they lose any 5 Start players, in the process, and to whom? The state of Mississippi has had a few years of bad luck in College football after a year in which both Mississippi teams were contending for the nation's top ranking. Just shows it can be a quick hard fall in the SEC if you don't watch out. I doubt Ole Miss will look at Louisville's Bobby Petrino for this vacancy when he had his past discretions with women while at Arkansas. Then...Read More...
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More demoslop approved behavior! All the black groups can get upset and say releasing the video of the teens laughing is "racist", and their mommas can sue for a lot of money. =========================================== U.S. 'Oh He Just Died': Teens Laugh At Drowning Disabled Man In Disturbing Video A group of teens, who filmed and mocked a disabled man as he slowly drowned in a pond, would not be criminally charged as no laws were broken in recording the video, Florida Police said Thursday.Read More...
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