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.
Rachel Dolezal is back on TV and on the internet today, apparently promoting a new book, though she doesn’t seem to have an agent or publishing deal. Appearing on NBC’s Today show, Dolezal gave an interview to Savannah Guthrie where she still denies her genetic [Read More]
UNICEF is reporting that the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Harem is increasing the use of children as suicide bombers against Nigeria and neighboring states. Seventy five percent of them are young girls who have been held hostage.
The remote Canadian First Nation of Attawapiskat declared a state of emergency after 11 members of the 2,000 person community were prevented from committing mass suicide this weekend. Since last September 100 people of this remote, impoverished community have attempted to kill themselves.
Apparently Bruce Jenner’s journey to where ever he’s been going the last year is going to end short of the ultimate destination. In a recent interview, Jenner has indicated his discomfort with what he calls “gender confirmation surgery.”
For the first time in a century the number of tigers in the wild has increased. Moving from a historic low of 3,200 in 2010, the World Wild Life Fund (WWF) and Global Tiger Forum estimate that there are 3,890 of the great cats across [Read More]
Launched in 2009, NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope has been leading the search for exoplanets. Kepler was scheduled to begin a new search starting April 7 but it’s entered emergency operation mode and will not resume normal operations until engineers figure out what is wrong.
Currently being held in New Jersey, this individual is supposed to have his day in court today. Do you recognize him? See after the break.
The Chicago Tribune did some digging around in former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert’s (R-IL) Yorkville High and discovered at least four former high school students who had been abused by Hastert when he had been a teacher and wrestling coach there. The Tribune was able [Read More]
Wednesday, a group of around 100 Ohio State University students “occupied” the area outside of president Michael V. Drakes office for an evening of obnoxious protesting declaring they were going to stay until their list of demands be met. Most left by midnight, but a [Read More]
The Communist Party of Russia has applied for international copyright protection for the five-pointed red star that has represented their movement for nearly 100 years. They take issue with the commercial use of the red star by businesses like Heineken, Macy’s and Italian [Read More]