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More phenomenal news from Gallup.  Consumer spending accounts for approximately two-thirds of the U.S. economy, and economic confidence has now reached its highest point since 2000, when the mainstream media couldn't stop talking about how great things were.  Thank you, deregulation and tax cuts.

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Wednesday, October 22 2014

A Michigan man is behind bars after robbing a Bank of America branch and leaving some helpful evidence behind: his ID card.

Rashah Amin Dean was charged by federal prosecutors with bank robbery after he was captured a short time after the police found his ID card in the grass outside the bank and matched his photo on the ID to the description of the robber caught on bank surveillance video.  According to news sources, Dean was arrested a short time later during a traffic stop. Prior to being taken into custody, Dean allegedly ingested a large amount of cocaine, prompting officers to take Dean to the hospital for observation, where he admitted robbing the bank of $8,000 to pay off a $5,000 debt to drug dealers.

A subsequent search of two residences frequented by Dean resulted in police evidence of several thousand dollars, narcotics, a handgun and a Detroit Pistons ball cap that matched a cap worn by the robber.

Source: mlive.com

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