Report: Gunmen Massacre Coptic Christians in Egypt, Killing at Least 26

  CAIRO (AP) — Masked militants riding in three SUVs opened fire Friday on a bus packed with Coptic Christians, including many children, south of the Egyptian capital, killing at least 26 and wounding 25, the Interior Ministry said.

Student, 18, selling her virginity to the highest bidder

An 18-year-old girl is selling her virginity through an infamous auction website which invites potential buyers to ‘inspect’ her purity. For some people, their first time is something saved for marriage, for others, it’s something to get over with, but this young student is going for the big bucks. Kim, who gives only her firstContinue reading “Student, 18, selling her virginity to the highest bidder”

Texas Congressman Says DNC Leaks May Have Been An Inside Job, CNN Flips Out

Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold challenged the Russia hacking narrative, claiming that we still have no idea how Democratic National Committee emails were hacked during the election last year. “There is still some question as to whether the intrusion at the DNC server was an insider job or whether or not it was the Russians,” Farenthold toldContinue reading “Texas Congressman Says DNC Leaks May Have Been An Inside Job, CNN Flips Out”

Arizona radio station under investigation for child porn PSA

PHOENIX — An oldies country music radio station serving a rural Arizona area that aired a public service announcement for two years telling people how to hide potential evidence in child pornography cases has stopped doing so after advertisers received threats, the station’s owner said Wednesday. Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels said he formally openedContinue reading “Arizona radio station under investigation for child porn PSA”

Opium poppy plants found in North Carolina worth $500M: sheriff

CLAREMONT, N.C. — A field of poppy plants that could be used to make opium was discovered in North Carolina and had an estimated value of $500 million, a sheriff tells CBS affiliate WBTV. Catawba County Sheriff Coy Reid said the only other opium poppy plant field found in the U.S. this year was in California. TheContinue reading “Opium poppy plants found in North Carolina worth $500M: sheriff”

Donald Trump in Brussels: ‘We Will Win This Fight’ Against Terrorism

President Donald Trump vowed to keep fighting terrorism, calling the attack in Manchester a reminder of the importance of the battle. “[T]he top problem right now is terrorism,” Trump said after landing in Brussels, during a meeting with Prime Minister Charles Michel of Belgium. The president added that under his Generals, the fight was “doingContinue reading “Donald Trump in Brussels: ‘We Will Win This Fight’ Against Terrorism”

My husband would’ve died with Obamacare

Here’s a story the liberals don’t want you to know — a real Jimmy Kimmel-type tearjerker, with a twist. In April of 2008, my husband, Doug, suffered a massive heart attack. It happened during the work day; his boss called me and said the ambulance had just transported my husband to the hospital. There’s aContinue reading “My husband would’ve died with Obamacare”

Maybe the Right-Wing Media Isn’t Crazy, After All After Trump, can the media escape the confirmation bias trap that it has set for itself?

Virtually every day during the past year, I’ve digested a daily dose of Breitbart, the alt-right Web site that many journalists, including myself, have described as “Trump Pravda.” A typical day on Breitbart includes any number of articles extolling the rise of Donald Trump, including the massive size of his rallies and (on and off)Continue reading “Maybe the Right-Wing Media Isn’t Crazy, After All After Trump, can the media escape the confirmation bias trap that it has set for itself?”

Wine, Art, and Ferraris: The Bubble in Luxury Goods It’s all part of a credit-fueled bubble

Mark Thornton | Mises.org – May 24, 2017 The Bernanke-Yellen bubble is impacting many sectors of the economy. Agriculture land, motor vehicles and auto loans, banking, bonds, contemporary art, corporate stocks, higher education and student loans, mergers and acquisitions, ocean shipping and cruise lines, social media, technology, housing, real estate, and land markets have beenContinue reading “Wine, Art, and Ferraris: The Bubble in Luxury Goods It’s all part of a credit-fueled bubble”

Viral: Dog Refuses To Leave Injured Owner’s Side Until Help Arrives

New Delhi:  A dog is a man’s best friend, or so the age-old adage goes. Well, this incident seems to prove the saying beyond a shadow of doubt. Pictures going viral on social media show a pet dog hugging its owner, who injured himself as he fell from a tree, until help arrived for him.Continue reading “Viral: Dog Refuses To Leave Injured Owner’s Side Until Help Arrives”

What Bud Buying Miller Means for Choice, Price, and Craft Beer

  Well, it happened. After a month of acquisition rumors and spurned offers, SABMiller agreed to terms of a $104-billion acquisition bid from Anheuser-Busch InBev in mid-October, according to a statement from SABMiller. The sale must still be approved by regulators in the UK (SABMiller is traded on the London exchange), but if it holds up,Continue reading “What Bud Buying Miller Means for Choice, Price, and Craft Beer”

‘No politician in history has been treated worse’: Trump lashes out at his critics in commencement speech to Coast Guard recruits after coming under fire for leaking intelligence and interfering with a FBI investigation

President Donald Trump turned a Coast Guard commencement into a media-bashing exercise on Wednesday as he returned fire on news outlets accusing him of sharing classified information and interfering in an FBI investigation. ‘No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly,’ Trump protested. ‘You can’t letContinue reading “‘No politician in history has been treated worse’: Trump lashes out at his critics in commencement speech to Coast Guard recruits after coming under fire for leaking intelligence and interfering with a FBI investigation”

GLOBAL GREENING: Scientists Find ‘Lost’ Forests The Size Of Seven Texases

Scientists looking at forest cover in some of the world’s driest places found something astounding — “lost” forests covering an area nearly seven times the size of Texas. “We found new dryland forest on all inhabited continents, but mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, around the Mediterranean, central India, coastal Australia, western South America, northeastern Brazil, northernContinue reading “GLOBAL GREENING: Scientists Find ‘Lost’ Forests The Size Of Seven Texases”