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The following is being released by the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy:
A federal lawsuit seeks immediate release of a closely held government report about how American branches of Israeli charitable and educational institutes fund secret nuclear weapons research and development programs. Continue reading
You can forget about carving jack-’o-lanterns this year, and take your Halloween decorations to a whole new level with Tony Dighera’s organic ‘pumpkinsteins’ – pumpkins that are grown to resemble the head of Victor Frankenstein’s grotesque monster. They’re admittedly expensive at $75 apiece, but these bad boys really do bring in the Halloween spirit!
The price is kind of justified considering the effort that Dighera put into creating these fabulous pumpkins. The California farmer used two special $100,000 tooling machines to make the pumpkin molds, which is quite huge in terms of investment. But he seems confident that his product is going to be a huge hit and that he will earn back the initial investment within the year. Continue reading
It’s hard to judge someone harshly yes, but when you have to listen to garbage come out of a American man’s mouth, which subverts the truth, it’s another man’s duty to straighten the commie traitor out. John Cryer is his name, and kissing the Hollywood Jews’ ass is his game.
John has a problem with facts and the complicated rules of engineering. The interview starts off with a Charlie Sheen bit, telling about Charlie’s downfall with the “Two And a Half Men” series. He then talks about Charlie’s relationship with Alex Jones, and how Alex apparently sold Charlie on the 911 debacle, convincing Charlie about the truth, 911 was a US sponsored event which killed thousands of innocent people for nothing more than a failed commie Jew sick plot. Continue reading
Halloween is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. The word Halloween is a shortening of All Hallows’ Evening also known as Hallowe’en or All Hallows’ Eve.
Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, bonfires, costume parties, visiting “haunted houses” and carving jack-o-lanterns. Irish and Scottish immigrants carried versions of the tradition to North America in the nineteenth century. Other western countries embraced the holiday in the late twentieth century including Ireland, the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom as well as of Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading
When the zombie apocalypse hits, what will be your weapon of choice? A good pair of ghurkas? A gun? Crossbow? How about a car?
When a man driving his car through Nunica, Michigan, Saturday feared that the undead had, in fact, invaded the country, he used whatever he had on hand, which happened to be his car. He plowed over the brain-seeking zombie and proceeded to vacate the area with haste.
Unfortunately, the evil invader was just a 45-year-old man with a great costume having a little fun a few days before Halloween. Continue reading
Since gay marriage was legalized in North Carolina on Oct. 10, at least six North Carolina judges have resigned from their benches because they do not want to go against their Christian faith and conduct wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples.
While it was reported last week that Rockingham County magistrate John Kallam Jr. and Swain County magistrate Gilbert Breedlove resigned from their positions because of the legalization of gay marriage, media reports have surfaced indicating that at least four other magistrates have done the same. Continue reading
The exemplar for restrictive firearms regulation in the United States has been England and Wales. Some have argued that it was NAZI Germany, but though the 1968 Gun Control Act borrowed heavily from NAZI law, the country and laws that most have referred to has been England. Wales shares the same laws and Supreme Court as England. Interestingly, before the British passed their own restrictive firearms laws, the most restrictive law in the Anglosphere was the one passed in New York City, the infamous Sullivan law of 1911. Continue reading
Hollywood artist Jon Neill’s pumpkin carvings are so scary they might just give you nightmares this Halloween. The big, wrinkly faces and mouths full of crooked teeth are so life-like and rich in detail that it’s hard to believe they’re actually made of plain old pumpkins.
Neill, originally from Kansas City, has been carving pumpkins ever since he was a boy. His family used to grow them, and over the years, his traditional jack-o-lanterns morphed into creepy works of art. But his skills didn’t receive recognition until a few years ago, when the San Fernando Valley resident turned pro. He auditioned for the TV show Halloween Wars as a pumpkin artist, for which he made a few time-lapse videos of himself at work. When one of those videos was put up on YouTube, it started to receive thousands of hits, and he soon became known as one of the world’s pumpkin carving artists. Continue reading
At the request of Congress, the FDA’s and USDA’s review process for genetically engineered products is finally coming under scrutiny by the GAO.
In 2013, Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) wrote to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and asked them to look into the review system being used to regulate genetically modified crops—specifically, “to ensure that [it] fully reflects current science.” This week, the GAO agreed to begin a review of how the USDA and FDA look at the long-term safety of genetically engineered crops both in the environment and in the food supply. Continue reading
If Your One Vote Doesn’t Count Enough….
Our President seems unworried about the problem of voter fraud. Continue reading
An important and definitive “mainstream” government study done nearly a decade ago got little attention because the science came down on the wrong side. It found that after decades and billions of dollars spent promoting flu shots for the elderly, the mass vaccination program did not result in saving lives. In fact, the death rate among the elderly increased substantially.
The authors of the study admitted a bias going into the study. Here was the history as described to me: Public health experts long assumed flu shots were effective in the elderly. But, paradoxically, all the studies done failed to demonstrate a benefit. Instead of considering that they, the experts, could be wrong–instead of believing the scientific data–the public health experts assumed the studies were wrong. After all, flu shots have to work, right? Continue reading
‘I Am Sceptical Humans Are Causing Global Warming’: Buzz Aldrin Says More Research – And Less Politics – Is Needed
The second man on the moon has revealed his thoughts on climate change, one-way missions to Mars and the current state of space exploration.
He says he is ‘sceptical about the claims that human produced carbon dioxide is the direct contributor to global warming.’ Continue reading
Finally, a feel good story!
Mableton, GA — A school resource officer accidentally pepper sprayed himself on Wednesday while trying arrest a person who wasn’t supposed to be on campus.
According to Jay Dillon with Cobb County Schools, the resource officer confronted the person who wasn’t supposed to be at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton. Continue reading