Washington Post State Rep. Patricia Todd, the state’s only openly gay legislator, has issued something of an ultimatum to colleagues: Keep talking about same-sex marriage as an affront to “family values,” and I will expose your dirty laundry. As in,… Continue Reading
Infowars.com A school in Gustine, Texas, has come under intense criticism after it forced 11 year old students to undergo an underwear inspection after poop was found on the floor of the school gym. Local ABC affiliate WFAA News reports… Continue Reading
Earth Sky.org There could be at least two unknown planets – members of our own solar system – hidden well beyond Pluto. That’s according to new calculations by scientists in Spain and the UK. Their work has been published as… Continue Reading
Washington Times There’s a solitary man at the financial center of the Ferguson protest movement. No, it’s not victim Michael Brown or Officer Darren Wilson. It’s not even the Rev. Al Sharpton, despite his ubiquitous campaign on TV and the… Continue Reading
The Hill Rep. Bob Latta (R-Ohio) has reintroduced legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission from reclassifying broadband Internet as a utility. Latta, vice chairman of the House Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, called the FCC’s plans misguided. His… Continue Reading
AP Earth has a few more near-twin planets outside our solar system, tantalizing possibilities in the search for extraterrestrial life. Astronomers announced Tuesday that depending on definitions, they have confirmed three or four more planets that are about the same… Continue Reading
reuters.com The Federal Communications Commission is in the middle of a high-stakes decision that could raise taxes for close to 90 percent of Americans. The commission is considering whether to reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service and, in doing so,… Continue Reading
New York Times […]Scotts and several other companies are developing genetically modified crops using techniques that either are outside the jurisdiction of the Agriculture Department or use new methods — like “genome editing” — that were not envisioned when the… Continue Reading
WNEP 16 LUZERNE COUNTY — Call it the case of the mysterious boom. Folks in the back mountain heard a loud rumble, some even saying it shook their home. […]Police and emergency officials say several fire departments were dispatched to… Continue Reading
SHTFPlan.com A special report highlights the growing disparity in America, and the issues many are having in keeping up with payments, which can even lead to incarceration for failure to pay – in spite of constitutional protections. Thanks in part to… Continue Reading
investmentwatchblog.com Fukushima radiation risks in Japan are still alarmingly high almost four years after the disaster. In fact, the situation has only gotten worse as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency RadNet has detected heightened radiation levels at monitoring sites all across… Continue Reading
Infowars.com The Spokane Valley Police Department is facing protests over a viral video in which a Sheriff’s Deputy defended the use of an MRAP armored vehicle by saying it was needed to deal with the threat posed by “constitutionalists”.
wusa9.com Washington, DC (WUSA9) It’s small. It’s bright yellow, and it’s capable of cracking Wi-Fi passwords, eavesdropping on your cell phone calls and reading your text messages. It’s an unmanned spy drone and it just landed in Washington, DC.
Infowars.com According to Congressman Justin Amash, Congress just passed a bill which grants the government and law enforcement “unlimited access to the communications of every American”. When the Michigan lawmaker discovered that the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY 2015 had… Continue Reading
AL.com Members of the so-called millennial generation in Alabama are more likely to live with their parents and battle poverty than previous generations, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.