Should Federal and State Prisons Be Outsourced to Central America?

July 31, 2014
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Should Federal and State Prisons Be Outsourced to Central America?

Outsourcing of manufacturing isn’t always a good idea.  Sure, pollution is cut back, but so are American jobs, especially in key industries that will be needed if the US has to quickly switch to a wartime footing, as happened in World War II.       But federal and state prisons are different, and ousourcing…

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1939 NYPD Used IQ to Choose 300 Recruits Out of 33,000 Applicants

July 30, 2014
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1939 NYPD Used IQ to Choose 300 Recruits Out of 33,000 Applicants

“In 1939, a decade into the Great Depression and with unemployment still at 17 percent, the NYPD had just three hundred new slots to offer its next class and a vast pool of applicants–thirty-three thousand men,” reports US sociologist Charles Murray.         The IQ test made the primary selection, with a screening…

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Power Brokers Are Drinking The Cool Aid

July 30, 2014
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Power Brokers Are Drinking The Cool Aid

Political expedience is a hard cycle to break. Sam Kephart has a few thoughts on the subject,, and he shared them with Gordon Howie on Liberty Today TV. Liberty Today TV is reaching viewers around the world with NEWS, information and conservative commentary. We need your help to continue delivering this conservative Christian message to…

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Sioux Militant Robert Packard Says “NO” to Welfare

July 29, 2014
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Sioux Militant Robert Packard Says “NO” to Welfare

Being too immersed in your native culture keeps people from seeing the forest for the trees.  Novelist James Joyce had to leave his native Ireland for a sojourn in Switzerland to finally get a perspective on what was happening back home.       Similarly, Yankton Sioux tribal member Robert Packard left South Dakota several…

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Faith, Freedom and Purpose

July 29, 2014
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South Dakota has a choice: More of the same? Or supporting the candidate who will turn Washington DC back in the right direction! Individual giving limits are $2,600.00 per person, $5,200.00 per couple   *** This is a paid political advertisement *** paid for by Gordon Howie for Senate

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Baby or Pet in Locked Car: a College Engineering Design Problem?

July 28, 2014
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Baby or Pet in Locked Car: a College Engineering Design Problem?

Most seniors in engineering programs across America work with professors on a final research design project to apply what they’ve learned to a real life situation.       Faculty can choose a topic, but so can a student.  A good choice might mean economic development for the college if the project addresses an unsatisfied…

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