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His Moves Were INSANE! VIDEO Reveals Moment Schoolboy Defends Himself…and it is VICIOUS!

A video from an unnamed American school shows the moment when a bully tried to put a smack down on another kid but got the surprise of his life when

New Research Highlights Major Flaw in Many Christians' Thinking

New research shines a light on an area of life where many American Christians are reluctant to allow the Bible to influence them: their finances.

Survival Gear Review: Blue Can Water, a Water Supply That Claims to Last for 50 Years

Even before the backyard bunker (AKA fallout shelter) became a somewhat ordinary fixture of American Cold War life, various companies have been making and selling canned water. Most of these steel cans were labeled with a 30 year shelf life, and I’m sure there are still a few shelters with cases of these rusting antiques on the shelves. Show More Summary

South Carolina governor signs ban on abortion for babies who feel pain

The president of Americans United for Life called the new law 'a courageous stand to protect women’s health and safety.'

Hiroshima Saved My Life

WASHINGTON--As President Barack Obama prepares tomorrow to become the first American President to visit Hiroshima since that fateful day 71 years ago, I've spent a lot of time thinking of friends long since gone. The atomic bombs that America dropped on Japan in August of 1945 took more than 200,000 lives. Show More Summary

My Life as a Two-Time Obamacare Loser

In 2009 and 2010 while pushing the wildly unpopular Obamacare law on the American public, Barack Obama promised – “If... The post My Life as a Two-Time Obamacare Loser appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

NPR Expects to 'More Than Double' Its Podcast Revenue This Year

Thanks to monster hits like Serial and This American Life, podcasting has had a bit of a renaissance in the past year, and it's also fueling National Public Radio's digital revenue. Over the past year, NPR says it has more than doubled...Show More Summary

Why Are Parents Afraid to Teach Digital Life Skills?

Most Americans today say they enjoy learning after they leave school. According to a Pew Research Survey, 73 percent of Americans consider themselves lifelong learners. They read how-to magazines, attend book clubs and conferences related to a special interest. Show More Summary

AMERICAN LAGER - Drink One With The Captain!

3 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

AMERICAN LAGER by Fernando Sala Do you enjoy the taste of freedom? Want to live a life free from the hate and discontent those imported lagers bring into your life? Then you need to grab a case of Cap's American Lager, with the star spangled smoothness and golden glory you've come to expect from beer made right here in the good ol' U.S. Show More Summary

Could Airports Really Shorten Those Hellish Lines by Privatizing Security?

Time was, our airports were kind of like malls, each with its own security team managed by airlines or local administrators. After 9/11, airplanes became the most highly secured public space in American life, and a new federal agency—the...Show More Summary

Joe Corallo: Howard Cruse, American Advocate

Last Thursday, the LGBT Community Center here in Manhattan (a.k.a. The Center) had its opening reception for their exhibit Wendel’s World: Gay Life in the 1980s. For those of you that don’t know, Wendel was a comic that ran in The Advocate throughout the 1980s created and drawn exclusively by the underground comix pioneer, Howard […]

VOICES: Japanese-American vet: Atomic bomb saved my life

HONOLULU (AP) — Arthur Ishimoto believes dropping the atomic bombs on Japan saved a million American lives — including his own — as well as at least 5 million Japanese lives. The 93-year-old served in the Military Intelligence Service, a U.S. Army unit made up of mostly Japanese-Americans who interrogated prisoners, translated intercepted messages and […]

Millionaires Share Their Top Priorities In Life

What's most important to the very rich? The 2015 annual survey from U.S. Trust answers those questions, along with giving us further insights into the concerns and beliefs of high net worth Americans. Sure, expect a bunch of stereotypical...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: This comedian’s approximation of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show is bonkers

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson was a staple of the NBC lineup for nearly 30 years, becoming an enduring aspect of American life in the process, with its mixture of topical humor, laid-back celebrity interviews, and the eternally boyish charm of its Midwestern-born host. Show More Summary

Airbnb and Uber are still niche businesses, report says

SAN FRANCISCO—Bay Area tech giants Uber and Airbnb are part of life for many in the region, but a study by the Pew Research Center shows that nationwide only 15 percent of Americans have used a ride-hailing service and only 11 percent...Show More Summary

American ISIS Defector Describes Life Inside Terror Group, Speaks Out Against ‘Evil’

An American man who joined ISIS has come forward to give interviews for the first time, describing how he was recruited by the notorious terror group, telling why he left and how he’s now helping the FBI. It is the first-ever U.S. television interview with an American-born ISIS defector (watch the video below). Show More Summary

Captain America Makes a Billion American Dollars Worldwide and Zac Efron's Abs Sell Many Tickets, Too

In life, there are three guarantees: Death, taxes, and any movie produced by the Marvel Cinematic Universe machine will make a whole lotta money. Contra that impressive Rotten Tomatoes score (which is, as always, misleading and culled from an arbitrarily-chosen group of critics and bloggers), Captain America: Civil War has ... More »

Americans in Kodachrome – 25 Color Photographs Portray Daily Life of Modern American Culture From Between the 1940s and 1960s

Introduced in 1935 as the first modern color film, Kodachrome was used extensively after World War II by amateur photographers equipped with the new high-quality and low cost 35mm cameras. Americans in Kodachrome 1945-1965 is an unprecedented portrayal of the daily life of the people during these formative years of modern American culture. Show More Summary

Lorraine Hansberry’s (Too Short) Life After ‘Raisin In The Sun’

“You can’t say it’s a shame to be remembered for A Raisin in the Sun. It’s one of the great American plays. But Lorraine Hansberry was so much more than that one play.”

Medical News Today: Atrial fibrillation study suggests women fare worse but live longer than men

An observational study of 10,000 Americans with atrial fibrillation suggests women have more symptoms and worse quality of life than men, suffer more strokes, but live longer.

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