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June 9, 2014: Obama on D-Day, Cheese Ban, Sex Education

CREATED Jun 9, 2014 - UPDATED: Jun 9, 2014

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  • Block of cheese with FDA logo Image by MGN Online

Missouri Democrats:
Saturday, Missouri Democrats held their Jefferson-Jackson dinner in St. Louis with Keynote speaker Senator Dick Durbin (IL). 

D-Day Anniversary:
The French are critical of Obama's D-Day appearance.  They are upset with his lack of respect and his gum chewing. 

Bergdahl:
Sgt. Bergdahl's parents got rare inside access to the search for their son including conferences with commanders and state department officials. 

Meth:
Mexican meth has infiltrated Springfield. This has caused the amount of home-grown meth to decrease. 

Cheese:
The FDA is working towards banning cheese made in America that is aged on wooden boards and imported cheese that uses the same process. 

Schools:
One middle school made students stand under signs of how far they have gone sexually. 

A boy from Pennsylvania took the wrong backpack to school which ended up having a toy gun in it.  He told his teacher, and how he is in big trouble. 

  • Boy, 7, may be expelled after telling teacher he accidentally brought toy gun to school. (Fox News)