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Zeus, The Great Pyrenees, Left On A Chain – New York State Supreme Court Ruling Leads To Outrage

11 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

New York State Supreme Court Justice Raymond Elliott reportedly heard the case of Zeus, the Great Pyrenees, who was reportedly found frozen to the ground last year during the polar vortex. It all started after neighbors claimed thatShow More Summary

Great news: Hillary’s e-mail server had a “misconfigured encryption system”

17 minutes agoUS Politics / Conservative : Hot Air

“It’s bewildering to me. We should have a much better standard of security for the secretary of state.”

Hillary Clinton Also Used a Private, Homemade Email Server

Hillary Clinton is already in a great deal of hot water for using a personal email address to conduct official business during her time as Secretary of State. Our brother site Gawker reported yesterday that two other top State Department officials also used personal emails. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE And a' one and a' two... Yesterday John Boehner got his head handed to him by Nancy Pelosi. Here to play a small violin on behalf of his ego is an amazing small kid: Please proceed, Republicans. Cheers and Jeers starts below the fold... [Swoosh!!] RIGHTNOW! [Gong!!]

Map Your Beer with Beer Cap Maps

10 hours agoHumor / odd : Off Stuff Magazine

These awesome maps provide a unique way of reminiscing, all those wondrous beers you’ve tried can now be organized and displayed. The whole of the US maps looks great, there’s also single state maps, around 30 states are available at the moment, and they are aiming to have them all ready by May 1. US Beer […]

Checkerboard City: A Walk on the Wild Side

By John Greenfield As someone who’s pedaled three sides of the Continental United States, I can tell you that traveling cross-country by human power is an amazing way to see this great land of ours. You experience the geography and the people in a totally different manner than you would rushing by at eighty miles […]

Tipped Minimum Wages for Restaurant Workers May Increase in Several States

This is great news for servers and bartenders. Along with raising the minimum wage, a growing number of states are looking into increasing their tipped minimum wages, too. Currently, those who work in positions that earn tips are paid an hourly rate that is typically lower than the state or federal minimum wage. Show More Summary

The Speech

I've written at great length about this speech, in anticipation of it, and about the Israeli election, to which it is inextricably connected. If you step back, it is amazing that this even happened. A foreign head of state gave a speech to the US Congress explicitly criticizing and trying to block the diplomacy of a sitting U.S. Show More Summary

Florida State Junior Day a 'Great Experience' for No. 1 WR, Other Top Recruits

For the second consecutive weekend, Tallahassee was one of the epicenters of the recruiting universe as Florida State held its second junior day last weekend. According to Chris Nee of Noles247, there were plenty of talented recruits...Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… It's After 5am. Let's Pop A Cold One. If anyone's gonna get tax breaks, I say let it be these folks: Portland's own. Very tasty. The Small Brewer Reinvestment and Expanding Workforce Act or Small BREW Act,...Show More Summary

The Most Scandalous Moments from 'Downton Abbey'

Downton Abbey may look serene from the outside, but the great house's residents are often in a state of emotional flux. Changing societal norms and new, progressive ways of thinking take a while to reach the British countryside and can be met with resistance once they do. Show More Summary

Big Ten Football: Ranking the Conference's Best Rivalries

When it comes to rivalries in the Big Ten, the annual battle between Michigan and Ohio State gets the lion's share of the attention, and for good reason. But the conference is full of great rivalries, and with the Big Ten's recent re-emergence...Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey' Postmortem: EP Talks Departures and What to Expect From Season 6

"The show has always been about the end of this era, so we are seeing the decline of this family and great stately homes of this kind," Gareth Neame tells THR. read more

10 easy DIY projects you can do with zippers

The perfect weekend project is hiding in the back of your closet. Zippers of every color, material and state of wear-and-tear can make great supplies for quick and easy projects for when you're spending the weekend hanging out at home...Show More Summary

Texas A&M Distancing Itself from '#WRTS,' so Who Really Does Run State of Texas?

Hashtags, if used effectively, are great for labeling and metadata. They allow similar messages to be grouped throughout social media. In College Station, Texas A&M Aggies football fans love quite a few hashtags. The easy one is # Aggies. Show More Summary

'State of Affairs' Star -- Katherine Heigl's a Great Kisser ... Just Ask Her Husband

Katherine Heigl is a great kisser... is probably something Chris McKenna shouldn't say, because she's married! Katherine's "State of Affairs" co-star jumped at our question with excitement and you can see the lightbulb go off when…

Cheers and Jeers: "Good Riddance, February" FRIDAY!

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… A Monumental Achievement You may have heard that President Obama designated three new four new National Monuments last week that are designated "to protect objects of historic or scientific interest." They...Show More Summary

"Monetary Policy Is Bankrupt" Dr. Lacy Hunt Warns "Bonds, Not Stocks, Are A Good Economic Indicator"

Submitted by Erico Matias Tavares via Sinclair & Co., In Search of Solutions – An Interview with Dr. Lacy H. Hunt We had the great pleasure of speaking with Dr. Lacy H. Hunt on the current state of the economy, the limitations of monetary policy and potential solutions to the overindebtedness problem in the main global economies. Show More Summary

Sec. Vilsack Addresses 2015 Commodity Classic

Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack spoke to over 7000 agricultural producers and industry members during his 6th appearance at Commodity Classic on Friday. Sec. Vilsack began by stating that he “was in the presence of greatness” and went on to thank farmers for all that they do on a daily basis. He also thanked farmers for their work on the... Read More

'Gett' Paints A Painful Portrait Of Divorce, Israeli Style

Israel divorce laws are stuck in an infuriatingly patriarchal, near-fundamentalist state, which is depicted with great dramatic power in 'Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem.' [ more › ]

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