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Firewire from THE BLAZE April 27, 2013
Obama's 5 Most Controversial Statements About Abortion
On Friday, President Barack Obama became the the first sitting president to address the Planned Parenthood National Conference. But rather than avoiding abortion, he tackled it head-on, defending a woman’s “right to choose.” Additionally, he heralded Planned Parenthood as an organization that has served Americans in their greatest times of need. Watch the speech HERE.
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4 Major Questions Remain About The 'Saudi National'
It’s been nearly a week since Glenn Beck first revealed additional information about Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the Saudi national briefly considered a person of interest in the Boston Marathon bombing. According to Blaze sources, Alharbi was tagged as a 212(a)(3)(B) — the U.S. immigration designation for “terrorist activities.” The four remaining question we have about Mr. Alharbi are HERE.


NBC's Tom Brokaw declined his invitation to the 2013 White House Correspondents’ Dinner for one specific reason: Lindsay Lohan. (She attended last year.) Brokaw also said there is now a “separation between what we’re supposed to be doing and what the people expect us to be doing, and I think that the Washington press corps has to look at that.” Get the rest of this story HERE.



Two officials told the Associated Press that U.S. intelligence agencies added the mother of the Boston bombing suspects to a government terrorism database 18 months before the bombings. The mom called it “lies and hypocrisy” and said she has never been linked to crimes or terrorism. See the latest on this new twist to the story HERE.




Attention Junk Food Junkies! Hostess Brands LLC says it will reopen its eastern Kansas bakery this summer, with the hiring of an initial 250 people already underway. And something will be noticeably different about the company when it starts reopening bakeries - unions will not be involved. Get the full story HERE.




Airplane landing gear thought to be part of one of the jets involved in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks was found Wednesday in lower Manhattan wedged between an apartment building and the so-called "Ground Zero Mosque." See the photos and learn how the landing gear was discovered HERE.

Air Force Vet Turned Inventor And 'Doomsday Prepper' Star
Tim Ralston could be known to many different people for many different things. On TheBlaze, you might consider him the inventor of the X-Caliber Shotgun adapter system (which we showed you a few weeks ago and you couldn’t get enough of). To several million viewers of National Geographic’s “Doomsday Preppers” series, he’s the guy who shot his own finger on the show. Meet Tim HERE.
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Blaze Rewind: The Awesome Adapter For Your 12 Gauge Shotgun 
In an extreme survival situation where the appropriate amount of ammunition for the type of firearm you’re carrying can’t necessarily be guaranteed, what would you do? Carry multiple types of firearms to increase your chances of coming across ammo you can use? You could do that, or you could have an adapter system that comes in a handy pouch that allows one 12-gauge shotgun to take 11 different types of ammunition. See the X-Caliber Gauge Adapter System in action HERE.





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TheBlaze TV's Saturday night comedy show, The B.S. of A. gives us another sneak peak at one of the sketches from tonight's show. Watch it before everyone else HERE. 


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Wait...Is That Glenn Beck And The 'Gangnam Style' Guy?
We swear to you, the photo in this story is real. On Friday, Mr. Beck and "Psy" were both among the honorees at the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards in New York City. The group honors ground-breaking pioneers in varied fields. Each honoree gets a distinctive red-tipped hammer. See more from the event - AND the photo mentioned above HERE.
 
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