Matt Rosendale, a Montana candidate for U.S. Congress, released a new ad this week which shows him pretending to shoot down a government drone. Not only is he seen shooting down a fake government-owned drone, he goes on to say: The federal government is too big and too powerful. Show More Summary
Go into Jamba Juice today and you'll find something new. Your drink will be served in a specially designed double-walled paper cup. That's because, back in August 2012, when fifth grader Mia Hansen ordered a smoothie at a Jamba Juice...Show More Summary
Emily Badger flags a new study adding to the large body of evidence that environmental problems disproportionately affect poor and minority communities: [R]esearchers at the University of Minnesota, writing in the journal PLOS ONE, have created...Show More Summary
I’M RELABELING ALL MY STUFF “EXTRA FATTENING:” What you expect a food to be affects your body’s response.
"This is the aging of the dawn of Aquarius." I heard a lot of that kind of talk during my battles with the Canadian ?human rights? commissions a few years ago: of course, we all believe in free speech, but...
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As the country entered what the mainstream media termed the “Polar Vortex,” we entered into an emotional vortex of concern and dread. While running our errands, struggling with the frigid temperatures it struck us: What would we do if...Show More Summary
Does it get more laughable in media when Ed Schultz accuses others of being incendiary? Schultz's years-long obsession and resentment of conservative commentator Sean Hannity, and of Fox News, surfaced once again yesterday when he criticized...Show More Summary
Rosie Blau (as our German readers chuckle) looks at how light affects our health: In the morning, high concentrations of blue occur naturally; by dusk we are left mostly with green and red. The blue light has the greatest impact on our circadian system, telling the brain that it’s morning and time to be alert, and setting our […]
Senator makes his case for why the U.S should get involved against Dictator Nicholas Maduro, but then seemed to make excuses for the President’s soft position on Venezuela, by rattling off a list of other things that are currently on Obama’s “plate.” You mentioned the President. Show More Summary
According to FOX News, two Long Island, New York high school students have been suspended from school for displaying a Confederate flag to a school sporting event. Brother Gary Cregan, the principal at St. Anthony's High School in South...Show More Summary
Media consultant Holland Cooke highlighted the deceptive advocacy of right-wing talk radio hosts on behalf of sponsors such as tea party groups, arguing that listeners "might not understand that free speech had a price tag." In a piece...Show More Summary
It’s been ruled here that certain fair-complexioned Aborigines with ancestors of various ethnic or “racial” backgrounds had no choice but to identity with just one…
"We have snipers all around the stadium, just in case something were to happen. Like I said, do whatever it is you normally do. Nobody will bother you. But approach the president, and we go for the kill shot. Are we clear?" -- Secret Service agent in 1997 to Mr. Met, as related in Yes, It's Hot in Here: Adventures in the Weird, Woolly World of Sports Mascots
With Indiana recently becoming the first state to repeal the Common Core State Standards - and opposition to the standards rising in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and several other states - Jay Greene worries that Core supporters “made some of...Show More Summary
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Gov. Gary Herbert Utah's Republican Gov. Gary Herbert says he thinks there aren't major hurdles now for Utah to get a federal waiver to offer a version of a privatized Medicaid expansion under Obamacare. Herbert met with Health and Human...Show More Summary
"At that time Macondo was a village of 20 adobe houses built on the bank of a river of clear water that ran along a bed of polished stones, which were white and enormous, like prehistoric eggs. The world was so recent that many things lacked names, and in order to indicate them it was necessary to point.” Goodbye to Gabriel García Marquez.
This is a step toward being able to regenerate replacements for diseased or damaged cells. In this case, cells from a 35-year-old man and a 75-year-old man were used to generate two separate lines of stem cells. The process, known as nuclear transfer, involves taking the DNA from a donor and inserting it into an […]