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Malysa Stratton Louk

Citizen based in the Pacific Northwest, WA, United States. Joined on Jan 25, 2012
Expertise in Dating & relationships, Drinks, Government, Kids, Environment & green living,   see all» Family & parenting, Religion, Holistic health, Single parenting, Books, Food, recipes, Pets, Health, Charity & volunteer work, Small business, Education, Ethnic cultures

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Op-Ed: Only an arrogant narcissist would send police a mugshot selfie

Donald Anthony Pugh, aka Chip Pugh, sent police in Lima, Ohio a mugshot selfie, taunted officials on Facebook, appeared on a radio talk show and gained a following only to be arrested by an Escambia County Sheriff in Florida.

Op-Ed: Accepting Syrian refugees — Why the U.S. is different from Japan

Two vastly different nations with two different approaches. Japan's Prime Minister says the country will help financially but not take in Syrian refugees. Many feel the United States should do the same.

Op-Ed: Moscow cemeteries provide free Internet to visitors and tourists

Moscow - Visitors and tourists to the historic Vagankovo, Troyekurovo and Novodevichy cemeteries in Moscow will be provided with free Wi-Fi.

Op-Ed: Australian clinic provides individual or group hangover treatment

Sydney - This isn't an April Fool's joke or a spoof article in the Onion. A hangover clinic in Australia provides patients with a 30-minute treatment to eliminate their hangover.

Unidentified male found deceased in Washington parking lot Special

Tacoma - An unidentified African American male was found deceased in the driver’s seat of a Toyota Avalon early this evening in Midland.

Op-Ed: Seattle Police to publish body camera footage via YouTube channel

Seattle - Seattle PD wants to share their officers' body camera footage on a designated YouTube channel for the public to view. Too bad the videos are blurry and silent.

More states sending DNA samples to CODIS for misdemeanor charges

The state of Virginia considers joining a growing number of states to pass laws that require DNA samples from criminals convicted of misdemeanors.

Op-Ed: DNA manipulation — Designing perfect babies

Advancements in genetic modification and DNA editing make the possibility of creating customized designer babies a reality. Is this medical advancement really a good idea?

Op-Ed: 'Hands Up Don't Shoot', 'I Can't Breathe', protests & trademarks

Protest chants and slogans catch on quick as supporters take to the streets chanting and marching for their cause, while others see it as a money-making opportunity.

No indictment for NYPD's Pantaleo in choke-hold death of Garner

New York City - New York grand jury decides there will be no indictment for New York police Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the choke-hold death of Eric Garner.

Op-Ed: Protester getting 'ready for Ferguson' shoots herself in the head

St Louis - A St. Louis woman and her boyfriend, preparing for increased unrest in Ferguson, purchased a gun for protection and accidentally shot herself in the head on the way home.

12-year-old Tamir Rice shot in the gut by police over toy BB gun

Cleveland - Cleveland officers are on paid administrative leave after shooting 12-year-old Tamir Rice in the abdomen, despite 911 reports that the gun was "probably a fake" and the boy was "probably a juvenile."

Op-Ed: School board allows Bible distribution but not Satanic literature

Orange County public schools rethink their policy of allowing religious organizations to distribute materials to students after The Satanic Temple requests to distribute 'The Satanic Children's Big Book of Activities.'

Op-Ed: Traditional sex-ed replaced with dolphins and ducklings in Turkey

Sixth graders in Turkish schools will no longer learn about human genitalia anatomy and reproduction, sparking controversy over the censorship.

High-speed chase in Midland; road blocked and suspect shot Special

An unidentified man led Pierce County Sheriff deputies on a high-speed chase through unincorporated Pierce County, ending in Midland. The suspect is in custody.

Job Carr Cabin's Pioneer Days preserves history and educates kids Special

Tacoma - Pioneer Days at the Job Carr Cabin Museum at Old Town Park in Tacoma celebrates the birth of a city while providing entertainment and education to families.

Muslims around the world join #NotInMyName social media campaign

As nations come together to fight ISIS, The Islamic State, Muslims around the world come together in the anti-ISIS social media campaign, #NotInMyName.

Op-Ed: No equal access to diaper changing tables for dads in California

As women continue to push for equality and other rights groups succeed in their pursuit of equal rights for all, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoes two bills giving equality to single dads.

Op-Ed: Man accused of killing pet dog and feeding it to his girlfriend

Ryan Eddy Watenpaugh, is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's Pomeranian and tricking her into eating the dog over dinner. While eating the family pet is considered taboo in the US, some areas routinely eat the meat, with laws preventing animal cruelty.

VIDEO: 'Trains Kept A-Rollin' as Johnny Depp jams with Aerosmith

Boston - Johnny Depp jams with Aerosmith in their final song of the night, "Train Kept A-Rollin" at the Comcast Center in Boston on July 16.
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