Archive for July, 2012
Research reported recently in Current Biology says that scientists have successfully developed a method of mind control by using pulses of light to alter behavior in monkeys. The researchers say the method could also be used on humans.
Obama and Bloomberg roost with the rest of the vultures. Rahm’s rules in Chicagoland. And: Oh no, more Joe! All this — plus — wedding bells for Kim! Presented in 1080 hi-def, FOR FREE! It’s The Great Eight, from the Personal Liberty Digest™!
LORAIN, Ohio, (UPI) — Authorities in Ohio said a man was busted for driving under suspension twice by the same deputy in the space of 9 hours. The Lorain County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy pulled over Roy Pinkston III, 27, for driving under an OVI suspension around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on state Road 82, […]
ASHEBORO, N.C., (UPI) — Officials at the North Carolina zoo said they have welcomed a trio of newborn kudus, a species of African antelope. Tom Gillespie, a spokesman for the zoo, said two of the baby kudus, which were born in the past week, are on display while the third is receiving medical treatment before […]
SAN FRANCISCO, (UPI) — San Francisco transportation officials said workers repairing an escalator had to call in a hazardous materials team to remove human excrement. Bay Area Rapid Transportation officials said a crew pulled apart a broken escalator at the Civic Center Station and discovered such a high volume of human fecal matter that a […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — A New York woman who photographed a strange carcass beneath the Brooklyn Bridge said she does not believe the animal was a pig. Denise Ginley, who photographed the bizarre carcass Sunday while walking with her boyfriend, said she does not agree with Parks Department officials who described it as a “discarded […]
PORT ORANGE, Fla., (UPI) — A Florida man who invited police to his home after accidentally shooting himself in the hand ended up arrested when officers found 46 marijuana plants. Port Orange police said they followed John Pardus, 30, and his wife, Kimberly Pardus, 31, to their home Friday when the couple asked them to […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — U.S. Department for Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has designated an additional 76 counties in six states as drought disaster areas. The announcement Wednesday brings the total number of counties affected by the drought to 1,369 across 31 states, the National Weather Service said. The abnormally dry weather conditions in at least a […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — The U.S. House Thursday approved a bill that would largely prevent President Barack Obama from creating new federal regulations for the remainder of his term. The bill would prevent the administration from imposing major new regulations for two years, or until unemployment falls to 6 percent. It would also bar the White […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Skype, the online phone company now owned by Microsoft, is more willing to work with law enforcement to track its users, The Washington Post says. The Post, citing industry and government officials, said online voice conversations are still safe because the technology to monitor them does not yet exist. But Skype has […]