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Time:01/24/2013 at 5:55pm (UTC)
State Board of Education President Debe Terhar said she was not comparing President Barack Obamato Adolf Hitler when she posted a photograph of the Nazi leader on her Facebook page with a messagecritical of the administration’s new gun-control efforts.But she does say we “need to step back and think about it and look at history” to see thattyrants have disarmed their citizens.Terhar, a Cincinnati Republican elected last week by the 19-member school board to a secondterm as its president, recently posted the picture with this commentary: “Never forget what thistyrant said: ‘To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens.’ — Adolf Hitler.”The photograph apparently originated with the Facebook page of Uncle Sam’s MisguidedChildren, which features a variety of anti-Obama, pro-gun posts and photos, such as scantily cladwomen hoisting large guns, a polar bear with the words “Holy f*** I’m glad I’m white,” and anothersaying “Where’s Lee Harvey Oswalt when you need him?”A few have made the Obama-to-Hitler comparison since the president proposed restricting gunrights in the wake of last month’s shooting in a Connecticut elementary school that left 20children and six adults dead. Similar comparisons were made during the 2009 health-care debate.Terhar, whose posts are visible only to her Facebook friends, said those who know her wouldunderstand that she <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> is encouraging people to examine history as the country debates restricting gunrights. But “Someone who doesn’t know me could possibly misunderstand what my intent was.”“I’m not comparing the president to Adolf Hitler,” she said. “It’s the thought of disarmingci <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> tizens, and this has happened throughout history. What’s the true intention of the SecondAmendment? It was to protect us from a tyrannical government, God forbid.”Terhar said she believes schools should have armed guards to protect students in caseviolence erupts, but that decision should be left to local school boards. The state board has nottaken a position on guns and student safety in the wake of the Connecticut massacre.“Schools are gun-free zones. If you have someone who is bent on causing harm, where are theygoing to go? To a place where there is little chance of resistance,” Terhar said. “It comes down toprotecting ourselves and protecting our kids.”Still, she said, “There are a number of people who don’t want armed guards, so it should be alocal decision.”In March, the state board plans to hold a public hearing on school safety. Terhar said thepanel will hear from school officials about their safety plans and consider the options districtshave for protectin <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> g students.

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Time:01/23/2013 at 11:11pm (UTC)
WASHINGTON — The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment aid hit a five-year lowlast week, and residential construction surged in December, the latest signs that the U.S. economicrecovery remains <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> on track.The reports yesterday showed the economy was weathering an uncertain fiscal environmentsurprisingly well. Still, growth in the fourth quarter was likely subdued, and only a modestpick-up was expected in the first three months of t <a href={url}>{keyword}</a>his year.“While growth has been slow, the damage done from the uncertainty surrounding the ‘fiscal cliff’was not sufficient to topple the recovery,” said Millan Mulraine, a senior economist at TDSecurities in New York.The fiscal cliff refers to a wave of deep government spending cuts and tax increases, part ofwhich was avoided after a last-minute agreement by lawmakers. A fight over raising the government’sborrowing limit looms.Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 37,000 to a seasonally adjusted 335,000, thelowest level since January 2008, the Labor Department said yesterday. It was the largest weeklydrop since February 2010 and ended four straight weeks of increases.While problems adjusting the data for seasonal fluctuations might have exaggerated the size ofthe decline, economists said the report still suggested an improvement in sluggish labor-marketcondition <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> s and the broader economy as a whole.“Having taken a pinch of salt, however, we would suggest that the trend in claims generallyshows no pickup in layoff activity around the turn of the year,” said John Ryding, chief economistat RDQ Economics in New York.The fairly upbeat jobs and housing data helped to lift U.S. stocks to a five-year high andsupported oil prices. U.S. Treasury debt prices fell, and the dollar was little changed against abasket of currencies.A separate report from the Commerce Department showed housing starts jumped 12.1 percent lastmonth to their highest level since June 2008. Permits for future home construction were also thehighest in about 41/2 years.Though warm weather likely helped, the data was confirmation of the improving housing-markettone, and gains in home building were across all four regions. Groundbreaking increased for bothsingle-family homes and multifamily units.Housing is no longer a drag on the economy, and residential construction is expected to havecontributed to growth last year for the first time since 2005.The reports came on the heels of data this week showing solid retail sales and manufacturinggrowth in December.

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Time:01/22/2013 at 10:12pm (UTC)
6hoursagoBeyonce, Kelly Clarkson, James Taylor all deliver at presidential inaugurationBy Courtney Hazlett, NBC NewsBeyonce, Kelly Clarkson and James Taylor are used to performing before thousands, but their audience today, on the most national of stages, far exceeded that. The three singers each performed songs that were part of President Barack Obama's second inauguration, and each one of them brought their best for the ceremony.First up was James Taylor, who followed the swearing in of Vice President Joe Biden. As the only musician who was playing his o <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> wn accompaniment, Taylor was spotted blowing warm air on his hands before strapping on his acoustic guitar for and a short, sweet arrangement of "America the Beautiful."Kelly Clarkson was the second singer to perform. She followed the president's inaugural address. You'd think that would be a tough act to follow, but after Clarkson sang "My Country Tis of Thee," even Sen. Charles Schumer (who was leading the cermonies) was moved. He summed it up perfectly and said into the microphone so everyone on the mall could h <a href={url}>{keyword}</a>ear, "Wow."Singer Kelly Cla <a href={url}>{keyword}</a> rkson performs "My Country Tis of Thee." |

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Time:01/17/2013 at 4:38am (UTC)
Keith Phillips scored 21 points to go with 13 rebounds as visiting Warren Mott defeated Harrison Twp. LÂ’Anse Creuse, 61-47, on Monday. Kenny Goins contributed 10 points, 10 rebounds, seven blocks and six assists for Mott (7-1, 3-0 MAC White). John Johnson scored 12 points for L'Anse Creuse (2-6, 0-2 MAC White).More boys basketballAnn Arbor Pioneer 78, Belleville 57: Jibreel Hussein had 20 points, six rebounds and six assists, Aedan York scored 14 points and Ethan Spencer added 12 points for Pioneer (7-2). Belleville's Eugene Wilson and Julian Wandyke both scored 15 points.Plymouth Christian 74, Grass Lake 41: Mick Noel led Christian (7-1) with 20 points. Daniel Jipping added 13 points and 10 rebounds and Drew Ibach had a career-high 14 rebounds. Mike Mcatee led Grass Lake (2-5) with 13 points. Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 73, Royal Oak Shrine 52: Garrett Ross scored 24 points for Lakes (6-3). Nick Robak added 16 points, Vinnie Puma had 11 points and Jake Doetsch added 10 points. Cam Cavatos led Shrine with 24 points.Girls basketballBloomfield Hills Roeper 52, Oakland Christian 22: Nadia Salman had 12 points, six rebounds and four assists for Roeper (8-2). Victoria Johns scored eight points for Christian (6-3).Flat Rock 63, Riverview 33: Hailey Boyer led Flat Rock (10-0, 5-0) with 14 points. Paige Villemure added 12 points.Anna Vega led Riverview (5-6, 3-2) with 11 points. Grosse Ile 54, Milan 11: Vanessa Wojno led Grosse Ile (6-2) with 16 points. Megan Swick added 11 points. Beca Shannon scored 4 points for Milan (2-8). Holly 52, Flint Kearsley 30: Jenna Pepper led Holly (9-1) with 10 points and Brooke Jackman had seven points and 10 rebounds. Maddie Major led Kearsley (1-9, 0-8) with 11 points. Marine City Cardinal Mooney 47, Royal Oak Shrine 36: Katie Theut led Cardinal Mooney with 14 points and Erin Armstrong added 10 points. Tess Carolan led Shrine with 14 points. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 46, Ferndale 34: Lindsey Klei led Notre Dame Prep (9-1) with 15 points. Amber Williams scored 12 points for Ferndale (8-2). Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 68, Macomb Christian 35: Paige Paoletti and Kim Declare scored 13 points each for Parkway Christian (5-4). Angelica Weidman grabbed 15 rebounds. Shaina Rawls scored 22 points for Macomb Christian (4-4). Taylor Swartz added 11 points.Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 50, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 27: Ava Doetsch led Waterford (7-2) with 32 points, and Lexi Robak added 11 points. Emma Wonsil scored 10 points for Bishop Foley.

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