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Image of the Day: Biden's "Make America an Energy Importer Again" Presidency

What was once a decades-long dream became reality during the Trump Administration, as the U.S. finally became an energy exporter again.  As Laffer Associates highlights, Joe Biden has inexplicably put that into reverse gear, and now gas prices are on their way back up.  This is progress?

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="664"] Joe Biden's Reverse-Midas Touch on Energy[/caption]

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Thursday, June 05 2014

A Washington State man is facing criminal charges after allegedly assaulting a woman and stealing her iPad, and then having the gall to “friend” his victim on Facebook the next day.

According to news reports, a woman was struck on the head from behind while sitting at the Bremerton, Washington, ferry terminal. Although the victim claims she did not see her assailant's face, she did notice he had a triangle neck tattoo. The following day, the victim received a “friend” request on Facebook from Riley Allen Mullins and recognized his tattoo as the same one she saw the day before.  Investigators confirmed the Facebook account belonged to Mullins, and they charged him with second-degree robbery.

Source: HuffingtonPost.com

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