What if there were another candidate with more executive experience than Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney combined who was highly regarded in his last position as a Governor? There is.
If you are reading this in a room of six other people, one of you thinks the world is about to end. Ipsos Global Public Affairs conducted a poll for Reuters and found that one in seven people believe the end of the world is just around the corner.
Sweet tea, politeness, respect and the word “ya’ll” are all inherent parts of life in the Southern United States. Vengeance can be added to that list. New research claims Southern men and women get more riled up in response to threats against the Nation than their Yankee counterparts.
Printing too much fiat money is dangerous and has historically led to rampant inflation, but central banks throughout the world are currently printing full speed ahead. According to analysis, they’re failing miserably.
The newfound widespread distrust of the mainstream media has led many people to seek out other sources of information. This has led to a rise in the national appetite for alternative media, and the gradual lessening of corporatist and statist control over news and information.
In the aftermath of the Cartegena prostitution scandal, old news is making new headlines. Among other things, it appears Secret Service agents have been involved in sex scandals before.
Bill Warren, the Californian treasure hunter who last year promised to find the body of notorious terrorist Osama bin Laden, told the Spanish newspaper El Mundo that he has found the location where the body was lowered.
Want to report a pesky TSA agent? There’s an app for that. On Monday, an app became available for the iPhone and Android that can be used to send a complaint to the Department of Homeland Security and Transportation Security Administration.
The police chief in Middleborough, Mass., is proposing a $20 fine for every curse word that comes out of a citizen’s mouth when in public. Some of the people in Middleborough are tired of the downtown streets being polluted by potty mouths.
Researchers at Washington State University found that a compound in garlic is 100 times more effective at battling intestinal illnesses than two commonly prescribed antibiotics.