Author and adventurer Davey du Plessis, 27, and his mother Robyn Wolff, 50, will leave their home in Cape Town this week and begin their crossing of the Atlantic ocean to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. No comment.
Bernie Sanders to Undergo Hernia Procedure NBC- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will undergo an elective hernia procedure at a Washington, D.C. hospital on Monday, according to a statement from his Senate office. Sanders, 74, will return to his Senate duties on Tuesday following the [Read More]
Climate change is something that a 13 year-old, predictably, can be passionate about. Next week she will petition the court to look into closet monsters. Happily, the judge threw it out. RALEIGH, N.C. – A judge has ruled against a 13-year-old who took North Carolina to [Read More]
If Obama’s climate change speech was an Academy Award acceptance speech the orchestra would have been playing at full volume to get him to shut up. The French just kept hitting a button that sounded like a department store signal while the oblivious Barry droned [Read More]
PickeringPost: A German proverb says: “The wise man voluntarily does in good times that which the stupid man involuntarily has to do in bad times”, and Angela Merkel has avoided doing anything in good times that might puncture her popularity. Euro powerhouses France and Germany, [Read More]
Big Government: A pediatric emergency medicine physician is urging doctors to join the effort for gun control by asking about gun ownership while performing health histories on their patients. A panel titled “The Tipping Point: Activating a Public Health Movement to Address Gun Violence” was featured [Read More]
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LonelyConservative: America’s top diplomat John Kerry has ticked gone and ticked off India. Apparently, they aren’t on board with going back to the Dark Ages in order to comply with climate change agenda and he just couldn’t keep his globe-trotting, carbon-spewing mouth shut.
BigGovernment: … In FY 2015, the State Department, through the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and the Office of Refugee Resettlement, spent more than $1 billion on these programs, which settled international refugees “vetted” by the United Nations High Commission on International Refugees in [Read More]