After being warned to leave a school building during its closing hours, five students who chose to remain in Sikes Hall on the campus of Clemson University were arrested this week. The protest was sparked when a bunch of bananas
April is National STD Awareness Month, and to raise awareness of the “skyrocketing STD rates, particularly rates of syphilis,” the National Coalition of STD Directors thought sending every member of Congress a plush toy (see after the read more) depicting the syphilis or gonorrhea virus [Read More]
U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit judge David B. Sentelle stated that the Internal Revenue Service is not to be trusted as the court attempts to decide if the agency is still targeting tea party groups. The IRS claims that it is [Read More]
Nashville police officer, Matthew Cammarn attempted to make an arrest on a black male at a public housing unit after observing the individual assault a women. The suspect resisted and was soon on the ground wrestling the officer to the utter delight of onlookers who [Read More]
Today isn’t just for paying taxes, The Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) declared it a “Day of Silence.” According to their website it is “a student-led national event that brings attention to anti-LGBT… name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.”
In 2011, security officers of the University of California -UC Davis applied a health dose of pepper spray to protestors conducting a sit in on the campus. Images and video of the pepper spraying quickly went viral leaving administrators for the state funded school [Read More]
Starting in May, U.S. citizens will be able to take the Carnival ship Adonia to Cuba. The trip is open to all except Cuban Americans, because the Castro regime refuses to recognize their American citizenship and insist that they are subject to the Communist regime.
Steve Miller was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last week and proceeded to complain very loudly about the organizers of the event. The extent of his grousing was enough to embarrass the Black Keys who presented the “Gangster of Love” for [Read More]
For the last year and a half a group of parents in the city of Middleton, WI have been offering a free lunch every Tuesday in a city park adjacent to the High School. The event has grown to now 400 or more students attending [Read More]
Breitbart Texas has posted a story on what appears to be Mexican police and military authorities placing a plastic bag over the head of a captured cartel member in order to get information. There is no information on when the incident occurred or where it was filmed.
California no sooner imposed a $15.00 an hour minimum wage on itself, then Los Angeles unions went to the city council and asked to be exempted. Union leaders aren’t just being hypocrites, they are engaging in a blatant effort to grow their ever shrinking ranks.
In an effort to claim a narrative, climate alarmist Bill Nye agreed to be interviewed by journalist Marc Morano for his upcoming documentary Climate Hustle. Nye showed up with a film crew of his own. During the hour 20 minute interview Nye offered two $10,000 bets [Read More]
A Philadelphia judged has ruled that the copyright infringement case against Led Zeppelin may move forward and ordered it be transferred to federal court in Los Angeles. At issue is the opening of the enormous hit song “Stairway to Heaven.”
After less than three years of trying to compete in the 24 hour television news market, Al Jazeera America shut down operations last night. Approximately 700 people will be looking for work today.