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Two recent news items indicate the Nazification of America continues apace. First, a report in The Daily broke the news that the Department of Homeland Security plans to begin testing portable DNA scanners this summer.
The Federal government’s growing debt is the biggest threat to long-term economic growth, according to a panel of economists.
In the last month Tunisia and then Egypt fell under the weight of political dissent and the wireless revolution. Just as revolt spread across Eastern Europe 20 years ago, political unrest is a contagion in greater Arabia and has now infected Bahrain and Libya. Neither is as politically significant as Egypt, yet both carry far more weight when it comes to the world’s most important resource — oil. Read this article to learn what the unrest means to oil prices…
I set a task for myself this past weekend. Well, I set a couple of tasks for myself this weekend; but one of them did not involve drinking beer and eating food which would so enrage Michelle Obama that she would get up from her 1,500 calorie plate of ribs and fly back from her latest luxurious sojourn to lecture me on the evils of eating… well… like she does.
With a Federal government shutdown looming, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has another plan in mind: shut down legal brothels in his home State.
In protest of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s budget proposal, a total of 14 Democratic legislators have fled the state, many teachers have abandoned their classrooms and tens of thousands of Americans have convened at the State House, with some people even sleeping inside the building.
The late Ted Kennedy allegedly made arrangements to rent a brothel for a night while visiting Latin America in 1961, according to documents released by the nonpartisan public interest group Judicial Watch.
Research that was conducted at Northumbria University (NU) suggests that daily use of multivitamins may improve cognitive skills and energy levels in men.
New data from the United States Commerce Department reveals that the economy grew at a slower rate than experts had originally predicted for the fourth quarter of 2010.