NEW YORK (UPI) — Port Authority detectives are investigating the theft of $1.2 million in cash from a Swissair flight that landed at JFK Airport in New York City. Authorities […]
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has had a pretty fail-safe formula for “preaching to the choir” speaking engagements over the past few years: Praise President Barack Obama, demonize conservatives […]
Each year, American taxpayers file paperwork to the Internal Revenue Service declaring earnings, expenditures and write-offs; they then send the filings off to the tax agency and hope they aren’t […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Savings rates among American families have remained stagnant over the duration of America’s supposed recovery from the 2008 recession, and most people live paycheck to paycheck, with virtually no cash on hand to see them through an emergency.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration are nothing more than taxpayer-funded marketing arms for the medical industrial complex. They are used to provide government-sanctioned legitimacy to a host of fake “diseases” created in labs along with their cures: expensive pharmaceuticals and tests for diagnosis.
The CDC foists upon the public disinformation like this: “CDC estimates that from the 1976-1977 season to the 2006-2007 flu season, flu-associated deaths ranged from a low of about 3,000 to a high of about 49,000 people.” As the CDC believes that 3,000 to 49,000 annual deaths in a country with more than 313 million people is a travesty, it recommends everyone above age 6 should get the flu vaccine each year. It claims that the vaccine prevents flu 50 percent to 70 percent of the time.
With regard to National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, it looks like the United States’ international hegemonic policies have encouraged a number of foreign leaders to question the Nation’s dedication to justice and resist calls to turn the whistle-blower over to U.S. authorities.
If you are a 2nd Amendment supporter, you better hope your child’s teacher isn’t taking notes from the heads of America’s educators’ unions. The vice president of the National Education Association made an outrageous statement Friday about 2nd Amendment supporters: She outright condemned them to hell.
Personal Liberty Digest™ presents a new liberal bill of rights, in which we offer the founding document the Democrats would love for us to have, in (not so very) make-believe language.
The U.S. Supreme Court was expected to hand down a landmark decision Monday, one that would determine the fate of affirmative action in America. Instead, it took no action and remanded the case back to a lower court.
By the time you read this, our redoubtable defenders of freedom in the U.S. Senate will have voted on whether to turn the illegal immigration spigot from “steady stream” to “build an ark.” Though my deadline arrived before the vote, I doubt I’m treading on thin ice by guessing the Senate voted “si.”
NORWICH, England (UPI) — To avoid starvation at night, plants do arithmetic — division to be exact — so their starch reserves last until dawn, British researchers say. During the […]
EXETER, England (UPI) — Reducing pollution in the atmosphere may have improved our health, a British researcher says, but it may also have led to an increase in hurricanes. Nick […]
SEATTLE (UPI) — The computer nerd stereotype, although inaccurate, is still keeping women from pursuing a career in computer science, a study by U.S. researchers indicates. Writing in the journal […]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) — Mobile technology could help in teen suicide prevention and intervention as adolescents often reach out on social media when depressed, U.S. researchers say. Researchers at Ohio […]
CAIJIAFEN, China (UPI) — Archaeologists in China say an excavation project in the country’s northern Hebei Province could uncover an ancient capital dating back more than 3,000 years. The 3-month […]
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) — Children raised by authoritarian parents — described in the book “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” — are showing poorer mental health, U.S. researchers say. “Children […]
NEW YORK (UPI) — After the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, a million former U.S. smokers took up the habit again and kept puffing for at least two years, a […]
BOSTON (UPI) — A gene previously shown to protect against diseases of aging, plays a key role in controlling circadian rhythms, or sleep cycles, U.S. researchers say. Senior author Leonard […]
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — A team involving nursing home patient’s own physician plus a pharmacist can substantially improve the quality of nursing home care, U.S. researchers say. “Centers for Medicare & […]
BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) — A lawsuit by a Buffalo, N.Y.-area girl alleges her diabetes is linked to high fructose corn syrup and seeks $5 million in damages, court papers say. […]
GREENWICH, Conn. (UPI) — Twinkies, a U.S. snack icon yanked from the shelves by a bankruptcy filing last year, are to make their return to stores July 15, the brand’s […]
NEW YORK (UPI) — U.S. luxury department store Neiman Marcus said Monday in a filing that it would return to life as a public corporation. The company was taken private […]