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Liberal Group That Trumpets ‘Hate Map’ Feels the Sting of Backlash — and From a Gov’t Agency That Might Surprise You
“The Southern Poverty Law Center’s mission to push anti-Christian propaganda is inconsistent with the mission of both the military and the FBI.”
“They walk around the park together like they are in love.”
“Deeply, deeply disappointing.”
‘Christie Has Blood on His Hands,’ ‘Political Terrorism’: With Protest Signs Like These, N.J. ‘Peace’ Group Might Have Wanted Bigger Crowd
“…will not tolerate Chris Christie’s alleged political vendettas or his appointed cronies and their spiteful actions.”
Tennessee State Senator Brian Kelsey presented Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius with a gift today during her visit to his state:
Scientists are reporting that the moon might be younger than previously thought, which could change what they know about Earth’s early history as well.
In a meeting about the origins of the moon, scientists discussed the leading theory of its creation, citing new evidence that suggests it might have formed 100 million years later than was originally thought.
You Might Have Dreamed About Living in the World of Super Mario Bros. – Well, These Guys Actually Did It
You can probably sing the intro to its digitized theme song on command – Da-da-da-da-da-da —dum-dum-dum.
You — or your children — might have even dressed up as one of the main characters for Halloween.
The classic Nintendo game that rolled out in the 1980s and has evolved since has been a dream world for gamers.
But a pair of stunt men made the Mario Bros. dream a reality.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) isn’t promising that heads are going to roll over the recent audit of the NSA, showing that the agency has overstepped its legal authority thousands of times a year. He is acknowledging, though, that in Washington, D.C., heads have to roll before rogue agencies can be reformed. Unfortunately, the administration has a sad history of sending the wrong heads rolling and then rearranging a few desks in a meaningless “reassignment.”
When the president hopped on stage yesterday evening to announce that acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller would be spending more time with his family, it didn’t take long for people to realize that 1) Miller was leaving anyway and 2) he was appointed to the post after the scandalous activities noted in the inspector general’s report were set in action. So what happened to the person who actually was in charge of the tax-exempt unit when the IRS was targeting conservative groups?
With an estimated 1.4 million Americans addicted to cocaine, scientists think they might have come up with an “unconventional” treatment that could help cure the addiction that often places an economic burden on society and results in heart attacks and strokes.
Researchers with the National Institutes of Health, the Ernest Gallo Clinic and the Research Center at University of California-San Francisco successfully tested a method in rats that cures the addiction by zapping the brain with a laser.
North Korea’s leadership has been using some strong language about willing to start world war 3 and such, but can they. Their military hardware looks impressive if this was the 80′s.