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Written By: Stoyan Zaimov
An Alabama grade school teacher was sent home last week after she came to school wearing a T-shirt with the phrase "just pray" written on it, which was in support of a local 11-year-old fighting a brain tumor.
"Getting sent home from work today to change my Just Pray shirt. I purchased this shirt to raise money for #AubreighsArmy. I thought it was fitting to wear today since my kids were testing," the teacher, Chris Burrell of Pearl Haskew Elementary School in Alabama, said in a now-deleted Facebook message last week.
Last week a New York City councilman, who Tweeted a story from the leftist publication, Brooklyn Reporter, boasted “Looks like we've successfully chased the @NRA underground in #Brooklyn. Now they've gotta sneak around behind our backs and book catering halls under fake names just to have a meeting”.
A California family has been fined for holding weekly Bible studies in their home, meetings that are allegedly in violation of the city's zoning regulations.
Stephanie and Chuck Fromm have been living in their San Juan Capistrano home for 18 years and were shocked when they received a notice of violation from the city. They have already been fined $300 and have been told they will be fined an additional $500 per meeting if they continue to meet without a Conditional Use Permit.
But they're not backing down.
EPA Whistleblower Who Complained About Pruitt’s Spending Inflated Military Service
Kevin Chmielewski complained about raises for Pruitt aides but did not disclose $24k in raises he received
An Environmental Protection Agency whistleblower whose complaints about travel and spending excesses by Administrator Scott Pruitt led Democrats to write a letter to President Trump citing "grave concerns" about Pruitt’s leadership appears to have inflated his service and accepted large raises during his tenure at the EPA.