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Giant meteor headed towards Earth, GOP not falling for it

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Mauna Kea Observatories, Hawaii — Astronomers from around the world are trying to get the word out that a giant meteor is heading directly towards the earth, but the government shutdown in the United States is severely limiting further research and exploration of potential solutions.

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Chick-fil-A implementing biblical restrictions for female employees, customers

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Buoyed by the outpouring of support from conservatives around the country, Chick-fil-A executives are preparing to bring more religion into their restaurants, in part by keeping menstruating women out.

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Anti-rape prevention group names Nikki Haley as their Person of the Year

Nikki Haley wins the Taxes Are Rape Too "TARP of the Year" award

Columbia, SC – Governor Nikki Haley wasn’t trying to be a hero when she vetoed $453,680 from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) budget earmarked for the Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, but try telling that to the group Taxes Are Rape Too (TART).

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Liberals shocked more of their taxes don’t pay for abortions

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The Obama administration rolled out a new tool this week to allow taxpayers to see exactly how their money is being spent. While Advocates for government transparency are pleased with this new service, the breakdown has some Americans seeing red.

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Law enforcement needs public’s help to catch Haley’s “phantom”

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Columbia – As the search for the person who fraudulently filled out a job application on behalf of Nikki Haley enters its third week, State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) officials are looking for help from the public.

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McMasterbation sweeps the nation

Columbia – Is South Carolina’s Henry McMaster baiting the government with the help of at least a dozen state attorneys general? Some speculate he’s only doing it for his own satisfaction

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Pitts proposes America adopt frankfurter standard

Laurens – South Carolina Representative Mike Pitts has introduced legislation that would mandate that hot dogs replace federal currency as legal tender in the state.

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Fat legislators give selves free gym memberships

Columbia – Statehouse officials are apparently feeling the effects of the recession, as well as the effects of bulging waistlines. And what’s a powerful legislator to do when confronted with the prospect of having to pay to attend a gym like rest of us? Introduce H 4529 to give members of the SC General Assembly free access to gyms owned by the state or any local governments.

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