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Global Warming 'Pause' to Last Another Decade

After constant claims that the earth had but "ten years left" before global warming would destroy us all, temperatures suddenly stopped rising in the 1990s. Now, scientists say that the "pause" in rising temperatures might last another ten years. Aug 23, 2014 9:34 AM PT

As Immigration Push Stalls, Billionaire Supporters Suddenly Silent

Last year, several billionaires were busy putting their money where their mouths were in an attempt to push amnesty, disguised as "immigration reform," on a Congress that everyone thought was ripe for the issue. But ever since the border crisis erupted, forcing Congress to adjourn for the summer without taking action, those billionaires have suddenly gone silent. Aug 22, 2014 7:41 AM PT

Jihadism is Growing Again Not Dying

Despite Obama's claim that we have al Qaeda on the run, attacks by al Qaeda and other global jihadis have taken a sharp swing upwards says Sebastian Gorka in a recent article and interview. ​As events in Iraq and Syria demonstrate, the US policy of focusing or organizations and individuals as opposed to the ideology of jihad has empowered our enemies. Aug 22, 2014 5:50 AM PT

Former Bills Quarterback Jim Kelly Pronounced Cancer Free

Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and Hall of Famer Jim Kelly was diagnosed with cancer in June of 2013, was thought free of the disease later that year, but relapsed again early this year. This week, though, Kelly's doctors gave him some very good news: he is again cancer free. Aug 22, 2014 1:00 AM PT

Female Comics Fans Upset Over Spider Woman's Ass

Female comics fans are upset over the next cover of the Marvel comic book Spider Woman for what they claim is a disgustingly sexist, anatomically explicit depiction of the female superhero's prominently displayed rear end. Aug 21, 2014 6:09 AM PT

Eric Holder: 'I Am the Attorney General... but I'm Also a Black Man'

When U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder arrived in Ferguson, Missouri to investigate the controversial shooting incident between a city policeman and a black teen, he said he was both the highest law officer of the nation "and a black man." He further claimed he was himself a victim of racial harassment by law enforcement. Aug 20, 2014 9:11 PM PT

Poll: 60% of Dems Afraid of Being Dumped into Obamacare

A recent poll found that 60 percent of Democrats are afraid of losing their favored healthcare plans and being forced into the Obamacare exchanges. The majority also worried that Obamacare was bad for them no matter what. Aug 20, 2014 3:11 PM PT

NFL Referee Avoided Working Redskins Games Because of Name Controversy

NFL referee Mike Carey surprised the sports world when he revealed that he has been boycotting the Washington Redskins since as far back as 2006, refusing both to officiate at Washington games and use the team's purportedly racist name in conversation. Aug 20, 2014 11:57 AM PT

Rainbow Warriors Saying 'Aloha' to Football?

University of Hawaii Athletic Director Ben Jay recently announced that financial difficulties may make it necessary for the school to say "aloha"--the one that means goodbye and not hello--to football. Aug 20, 2014 6:49 AM PT

Michael Brown's Grandfather to Obama: 'I Voted for You,' So Come Meet Me

President Obama has become notorious among his Missouri supporters for not visiting the embattled city, and the grandfather of the teen shot by police there a week ago is perturbed over the President's distance. This week he went on TV to remind Obama he voted for him and urge the President to make his way to Ferguson to stand with his family. Aug 18, 2014 7:46 PM PT


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