ICYMI: #ANMNewsBigHits for 10/23

Posted by on October 23, 2014
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Here’s the Big Hits from the past 7 days.

  1. Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller voted to allow secret abortions in teen girls. Back in 2011 in a “sealed” vote, Keller voted in favor of allowing teenage girls to travel out of state to have abortions in Kentucky without parental consent.

  2. Proof An Arab Palestine Has Never Existed. An archaeological find substantiates the timeline of Israel being raided by Rome and puts in serious doubt any claims of a Arab Palestine before 1948.

  3. Kentucky Conservatives have BVS. You can tell who the Kentucky Conservative voters are this year by their ten mile stare and their bent over posture. They’re suffering from BVS or “Battered Voter Syndrome” and they may need a 12 step program to break free of it.

  4. Cybersecurity Threat: Is your flashlight app spying on you? We all know about flashlights on our smartphones and most people are probably using them on a daily basis, but did you know that they could be spying on you? Most of the top downloaded flashlight apps are now part of a privacy breach according to cybersecurity expert Gary Miliefsky of Snoopwall.

  5. Stephen Hawking Scientific Boycott Of Israel Comes Back To Haunt Him In The Form Of Possible ALS Cure. Stephen Hawking, one of the most virulent anti-Israel theoreticians has ALS. He is a known advocate for boycotting everything Israel. And now, Israel just may have found the cure for this horrific disease.

These are the top 5 hits for the past 7 days on this October 23. Have one you want to comment about? Drop me a line on Twitter @Keithplunkett and by using #ANMNewsBigHits

Keith……..

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Keith Plunkett

Keith Plunkett

Keith Plunkett is a journalist and policy writer for ANM News. He is sought after in his home state of Mississippi as a political consultant for his skills as a communications strategist. He has worked on communications and policy issues with a range of public officials from aldermen to Congressmen, and a variety of businesses, governmental agencies and non-profits for nearly 15 years. He serves or has served as a board member of several non-profit, civic and political organizations.

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