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Mitch McConnell Faces Backlash After Audio Leaked From Secret Koch Meeting

Mitch McConnell Faces Backlash After Audio Leaked From Secret Koch Meeting

Mitch McConnell, the Republican Senate Minority Leader from Kentucky, faces backlash from critics and political opponents after audio was leaked from a secret meeting he had with the billionaires and Republican-supporting Koch brothers. The audio recording was from last June, when he attended the meeting with the two brothers and other wealthy individuals financially supporting […]

Los Angeles Debuts ‘Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera’ [Review]

Los Angeles Debuts ‘Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera’ [Review]

The world premiere of Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera debuted this Labor Day weekend at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles. The live theatrical production is based on numerous aspects of Greek mythology, focusing primarily on the story of the human-turned-goddess, Psyche. The official synopsis for Psyche is as follows: “Psyche: A Modern Rock […]

Record Expungement Seen as Civil Rights Issue

Record Expungement Seen as Civil Rights Issue

As America’s focus turns from Ferguson, Missouri, the average citizen’s dealings with the criminal justice system continues to be a hot button issue, and record expungement is being seen as a civil rights issue. For the people who enter the court system, their lives after may be made difficult due to their criminal record.  Now, activists […]

Reasons a Christian Should Be Involved in Politics

Reasons a Christian Should Be Involved in Politics

Many people have heard it all their lives. It has been a very common phrase for as long as many can remember.  Christianity and politics are simply not supposed to mix. In fact, most people are brought up to believe the two should have nothing to do with each other. However, as our culture continues […]

Crime News: GLV Daily Digest for September 1, 2014

Crime News: GLV Daily Digest for September 1, 2014

The crime news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for September 1, 2014, includes reports on the death of Baton Rouge television personality Scott Rogers in an attempted murder/suicide, two attempted rapes on the University of Florida campus and an attempted abduction at the University of New Hampshire. La. TV Host Shot Dead by Lover […]

California Bans Use of Plastic Bags Statewide [Video]

California Bans Use of Plastic Bags Statewide [Video]

On Friday the state of California passed a bill to ban the use of plastic bags. The bill must be signed into law by September 30 and was supported with a 22 – 15 vote. The new law was passed in an effort to cut down on waste and is the first of its kind […]

Dallas Teenager Allegedly Strangles Young Cousin

Dallas Teenager Allegedly Strangles Young Cousin

In Texas, a Dallas teenager allegedly strangled his young cousin, age five, on Sunday and then discarded her body in an empty, ground floor apartment which was close by to his own, stated Texas State Police. Angel Sanches-Zenteno, age 17, was arrested on Monday morning, about 12 hours after law enforcement discovered the dead body […]

West Nile Outbreak Brings Death to Southern California

West Nile Outbreak Brings Death to Southern California

West Nile Virus (WNV) outbreaks are on the rise in all of Southern California, with two deaths in Orange County, more in Los Angeles and a death from the virus this week in San Diego. The virus is spreading at a more rapid pace than expected in the region. The human cases are on the rise […]

Bad Weather for Labor Day Weekend

Bad Weather for Labor Day Weekend

Happy Labor Day, unless it included bad weather for the holiday weekend. Though some may like the early fall season type of weather, others may have found it a bit dampening to such events as the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, any outdoor music festival, and even a trip to the beach. Bad weather arrived for much […]

Boulder: Former Officer Avoids Jail in Killing of Elk

Boulder: Former Officer Avoids Jail in Killing of Elk

Sam Carter, the ex-Boulder, Colorado police officer who was found guilty of multiple felony counts related to his killing of an elk, walked away from a courtroom a free man, receiving four years probation in lieu of prison time. Carter is also obligated to serve 200 hours of community service, 30 days on a work […]

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