The Thomas Jefferson Center has been giving out Muzzle Awards to “individuals and institutions responsible for the more egregious or ridiculous affronts to free speech” for nearly 25 years. The awards almost always go to some government entity, but this year American institutions of higher [Read More]
Residences along the Condamine river in New Queenland, Australia have been reporting methane bubbling up from the river. Green MP Jermey Buckingham decided to hold a grill lighter to the river for a photo op he won’t soon forget.
San Francisco hosted a horde of dope fiends for this year’s annual 4/20 underground holiday. Based on the footage from two years ago they sit around and smoke pot then do some awkward dancing or rap nonsensical lyrics then smoke more dope. By the time [Read More]
The Daily Beast reports that there is a Hillary Clinton PAC with $5 million dedicated to fighting her opposition on the social media front. Headed by Media Matters founder David Brock, Correct the Record has allocated $1 million already to do battle on Twitter, Facebook, [Read More]
Judicial Watch has pried loose an e-mail from the Centers for Disease Control Environmental Health Scientist, Alaric C. Denton, directing members of the agency on how to handle illegals. Warning that some were young adults the e-mail stated, “we might as well plan on [Read More]
Diplomats from a number of countries jostled to be among the first to sign their nation to the Paris Climate Change Agreement at the UN today, because it’s Earth Day. John Kerry was there for his photo op, pen in hand and granddaughter on his lap.
Rasmussen has looked at the primaries that remain and has determined that if Donald Trump can reach a certain threshold among the last states, he will have the 1,237 delegates needed for an outright majority. He needs to win
The FAA has ordered that the aircraft Donald Trump has been using this political season, a Cessna Citation X, not fly until it is re-registered properly. The registration on the aircraft expired two months ago and the owner is now working on getting the proper paper [Read More]
Freedom From Religion showed up at this week’s “Jesus Lunch” at Middleton High School and did what they could to get students to protest and disrupt the event. Middleton Police stated that they would monitor behavior of the crowd but that the free lunch event would [Read More]
On Monday, a well-known sports figure and broadcaster reposted this image and immediately found himself at the center of a fecal storm. Last night he lost his analyst job. Who was it?
Ranked the 15th most expensive college in the nation, Pitzer College in Claremont, California is also home to numerous murals painted by its students. The one being painted above by student Selena Spier was attacked for being insensitive to the “My Black Mental and Emotional [Read More]
Dennis Prager offers three questions to determine if one believes in the God of Abraham or not. I’d like to see theologians and leaders of the various Abrahamic religions address Prager’s questions.
The U.S. House Select Panel on Infant Lives will hear testimony and provide evidence today on the after market business in aborted fetus parts. “a researcher paid a middleman procurement company $3,340 for a fetal brain, $595 for a “baby skull matched to upper [Read More]
Friday, a jury awarded nearly $1 billion in damages to the American medical software firm, Epic Systems. The defendant, Tata Consultancy Services, part of the super conglomerate Tata Industries, will appeal the award declaring it “did not misuse or derive benefit from downloading documents from Epic System’s [Read More]