Undocumented Texans Take Birth Certificates Suit to Court

Attorneys for the state of Texas argued in federal court in Austin on Friday that a lawsuit joined by dozens of undocumented Texans has nothing to do with their U.S.-born children being denied birth certificates by the state vital statistics unit. via Pocket
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Obama to Hillary: ‘There’s a Difference Between Running for President and Being President’ | The Weekly Standard

President Barack Obama talked about Hillary Clinton’s recent disagreements with his Syria policy by saying “there’s a difference between running for president and being president. via Pocket
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Hillary: Illegal Immigrants Could Elect Clinton – POLITICO Magazine

Illegal immigrants—along with other noncitizens without the right to vote—may pick the 2016 presidential winner. via Pocket
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Gun Free Zone – YouTube

This is about as silly as the real ones via Pocket
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Woman Fulfills Lifelong Wish To Be Blind, Now Happier Than Ever | Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

RALEIGH, N.C. — A North Carolina woman says she is happier than ever after fulfilling her lifelong wish of becoming blind. Jewel Shuping, 30, has Body Integrity Identity Disorder, which is a condition where able-bodied people believe they are meant to be disabled, according to Barcroft TV. via Pocket
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Forget Oregon’s Gunman. Remember the Hero Who Charged Straight at Him. – The Daily Beast

Forget the 26-year-old zero who murdered 10 innocents at Umpqua Community College on Thursday morning. The one to remember is 30-year-old Chris Mintz, the student and Army vet who was shot at least five times while charging straight at the gunman in an effort to save others. via Pocket
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James Alan Fox: Umpqua shooting – a tragedy, not a trend

Another mass shooting sears deep into the collective consciousness of the American people. Another school — this time a community college in an otherwise peaceful town in rural Oregon — is devastated by a young man taking aim at students trapped in classrooms. via Pocket
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President Obama’s threatened UN vote against America | New York Post

President Obama may soon let the United Nations slap his own country for its Cuba embargo, which he dislikes. via Pocket
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iPhone 6s Review, Part 2: The best thing about Apple’s iPhone 6s | BGR

Earlier this week, I published my iPhone 6s review. I covered the good and the bad — though there was far more good than bad — and I did my best to discuss all of the key new features on this year’s iPhone. Judging by all of the positive feedback I’ve received so far, I was pretty thorough. via Pocket
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How Google’s Nexus 5X and 6P right the wrongs of the earlier Nexus 6 – CNET

With the new Nexus 5X and 6P, Google has introduced flashy new features such as the Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensor and a USB Type-C port to its line of marquee devices. via Pocket
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