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Gun Control Supporter Cory Booker Campaigns for Mary Landrieu in Louisiana

Gun control-supporting Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) will campaign in Louisiana for his colleague, Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), increasing the number of outspoken gun control proponents who are doing their best to defeat Landrieu’s pro-Second Amendment challenger, Bill Cassidy (R-LA). Just

Gun Control Supporter Cory Booker Campaigns for Mary Landrieu in Louisiana

At UN, Europeans Gang up on El Salvador on Question of Abortion

(United Nations) – El Salvador is currently undergoing something the UN calls the Universal Periodic Review, a fairly new human rights process that looks at countries’ implementation of various human rights treaties. And even though no UN treaty mentions abortion,

At UN, Europeans Gang up on El Salvador on Question of Abortion

Royal Mail May Have to End Daily Deliveries Thanks to EU Directive

Royal Mail has warned of a threat to the universal postal service as the company reported falling profits in its half year results.  The company, which was privatised by the government last year, said operation profits before transformation costs were

Royal Mail May Have to End Daily Deliveries Thanks to EU Directive

The Lost Franchise: Why Digimon Deserves a Glorious Renaissance

Japanese culture enjoyed unique purchase on the imaginations of children and teens in the 1990s, creating beloved franchises such as Dragon Ball and Yu-Gi-Oh! In addition to significant financial success, these brands left oversized cultural footprints, thanks to the spread

The Lost Franchise: Why Digimon Deserves a Glorious Renaissance

Another Woman Comes Forward with Rape Allegations Against Bill Cosby

More allegations of rape have hit comedian Bill Cosby, as another woman has come forward, this time stating the events took place more than 40-years-ago. Joan Tarshis posted an essay on Hollywood Elsewhere, via the Hollywood Reporter, alleging that Cosby

Another Woman Comes Forward with Rape Allegations Against Bill Cosby

'Dumb and Dumber To' tops box office with $38.1M

NEW YORK (AP) — At the movies, idiocy never goes out of style. Twenty years after the 1994 original, “Dumb and Dumber To” opened with $38.1 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday. The Universal sequel

'Dumb and Dumber To' tops box office with $38.1M

Comet Guy and the social-justice black hole

An amazingly stupid story with a clever Twitter hashtag, #shirtstorm, has been brewing for the past couple of days.  Long story short, one of the brilliant scientists who just landed a space probe on a moving comet decided to wear

Curing the Health Care Debate

With Republicans controlling both chambers of the 114th Congress, health care is destined to stay at the top of the national agenda. A quarter of midterm voters say health care is their top concern, with half of these voters saying

Curing the Health Care Debate

One-Percenters Aiming For Universal Background Check Initiative In Nevada

After pouring in millions to fund a universal background check initiative that passed in Washington State on November 4, Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety is preparing to bypass the Nevada legislature and impose universal background checks on Nevadans.  The

One-Percenters Aiming For Universal Background Check Initiative In Nevada

42,000 Romanians and Bulgarians Take UK Jobs

The Conservative pledge to slow immigration appears to be on the rocks, and those who warned of a flood of economic migrants after work restrictions for new members was lifted at the start of the year have been vindicated after

42,000 Romanians and Bulgarians Take UK Jobs

Venezuela Accused Before UN of More Than 5,000 Acts of Torture

On Thursday and Friday, the socialist government of Venezuela stood before the United Nations Committee Against Torture to answer for more than 5,000 complaints of human rights violations over the last decade—3,000 of which occurred in 2014. El Universal, Venezuela’s

Venezuela Accused Before UN of More Than 5,000 Acts of Torture

5 Gubernatorial Races Where Your Gun Rights Are on the Ballot

Gun rights are essentially on the ballot in a number of Governor’s races around the country. Among these are the races in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Texas. In all fives of these states, a pro-Second Amendment candidate or incumbent

5 Gubernatorial Races Where Your Gun Rights Are on the Ballot

Vatican Reaffirms Value of Astronomy, Calls for Benefits for the Poor

The Church “rejoices in the marvelous progress of science, seeing it both as a product of the enormous God-given potential of the human mind and as manifestation of the vastness and richness of creation,” said Vatican representative Archbishop Bernardito Auza

Vatican Reaffirms Value of Astronomy, Calls for Benefits for the Poor

Can GOP Beat Obama The Third Time Around?

Republicans couldn’t beat Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 but they’re banking on the third time being the charm. “This is not brain surgery,” said Republican strategist Ron Bonjean, who argued “it’s obvious Obama has become an anchor” for Democrats.

Former BFC Worker Claims Rep. Cleaver Is Lying About Town Halls

Last August, when a radio host in Kansas City asked Congressman Emanuel Cleaver (MO-5) if he had any comments for sick federal workers “fighting the system,”  Cleaver responded “it’s not my job.”  Hundreds of federal workers with cancer, breathing conditions

Former BFC Worker Claims Rep. Cleaver Is Lying About Town Halls

Ted Cruz wins the Battle of the Houston Subpoenas

The Washington Post observes that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is getting very little Beltway-media attention for what was, by any objective standard, a very big win: Here’s the recap: The city of Houston a few weeks back subpoenaed the sermons

Manchester To Get It's Own 'Mayor', Public Will Not Get A Say

Greater Manchester is to get its own Mayor with a wide-range of powers over crime, transport and planning, the Chancellor has announced. The creation of the position is the latest attempt to give devolution to the North, following the overwhelming

Manchester To Get It's Own 'Mayor', Public Will Not Get A Say

'Nightcrawler,' 'Ouija' Tie for Box Office Lead

NEW YORK (AP) — In a scary close finish, the Jake Gyllenhaal crime thriller “Nightcrawler” and the board-game adaptation “Ouija” tied for first at the box office with $10.9 million each over the Halloween weekend. That was according to estimates

'Nightcrawler,' 'Ouija' Tie for Box Office Lead

£100,000 Statue Celebrates Single Parent Families

A £100,000 bronze statue representing in monumental form the modern British family was unveiled outside Birmingham’s new central library this week and has been enthusiastically welcomed by some for featuring two single mothers, one heavily pregnant, and no father at

£100,000 Statue Celebrates Single Parent Families

Perdue Rallies Supporters In Hopes To Avoid A Runoff

WAYCROSS, Georgia—-“Y’all. We are not going into a runoff. We are not going into a runoff.  We are not going into a runoff.  We are not going into a runoff.  Did I say we’re not going into a runoff? We