Dateline Portland Oregon, January 2012: Tonight’s “Laughing at Liberal Loons Moment” comes at the expense of Mayor Sam Adams who apparently can not tell when people are laughing *AT* him rather than *WITH* him. A new episode of Portlandia pokes fun at the Adams Bag Ban and the reduction in individual freedoms that it bring [...]
“Peaceful protesters” in San Francisco broke into an abandoned hotel, gathered up Bibles still remaining in the guest rooms, and carried them up to the roof – where they began throwing them at police on the street below. They threw bricks, as well.
Occupy San Francisco’s “Day of Action” turned violent Friday night when prote [...]
General Electric’s now trying to convince
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folks who’ve bought wind turbines from them to augment their purchases by buying their solar panels as well. What their line is: winds blow strongest at night, solar works best during the day – so installing both makes good economic sense.
The reality: the US [...]
In the 2008 election, 68 percent of new young voters overwhelming chose to vote for Obama and the Democrats’ socialist agenda. That’s a scary statistic, but it’s no accident. It’s the result of a patient, long-term strategy on the part of leftist social reformers, and it’s finally coming to fruition.
The majority of new voters were all [...]
Guest: Jim Fossel (@JimFossel) Intro Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kspPE9E1yGM 1. Gaza http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYIIpqvNNV4 **New ground invasion due to Palestine breaking ceasefire again Start-and-stop negotiations between Israel and Palestine continued this past week. Two short term ceasefires kept the death toll down. The countries cannot s
1) Islamic State militants claim to have killed U.S. journalistJames Foley. The terrorists released a video of the beheading, though U.S. authorities have not yet confirmed the death. Foley was kidnapped in Syria in 2012 while covering the atrocities there. His family deserves the greatest sympathy. 2) Afghanistan has sent security forces to battle over 700
Okay so it’s 7 minutes. A lot happened this week! See sources for every story below. Sunday August 17 2014 Protesters in Liberia attacked a quarantine center for ebola today. Thousands of protesters from two anti-government movements protested in Pakistan’s capital on Friday. Opposition leader Imran Khan claimed his car was shot at and attacked […]
As economists and policy wonks debate the merits of U.S. export financing, critics of one controversial program are warning of more subtle consequences exemplified, they say, by one of the president’s golfing buddies.
WASHINGTON/EDGARTOWN Mass. (Reuters) - U.S. forces attempted to rescue journalist James Foley and other American hostages during a secret mission into Syria and exchanged gunfire with Islamic State militants only to discover the captives were not there, officials said on Wednesday.
The New York Times had an article recently arguing that the $11 billion Congress has spent on high-speed rail grants since 2009 has produced little visible results, mainly because most of it was spent on increasing the speeds of existing trains by two or three miles per hour rather than building new, true high-speed rail […]
Ever since the British parliament passed the Town & Country Planning Act in 1947, housing in that nation has gotten less and less affordable. As a result, the average size of new homes today is only 925 square feet, down 44 percent from the average size in 1920. Meanwhile, the average size of new home […]
The Oregonian was writing metaphorically when it reported last Tuesday that Portland’s low-capacity trains were “knocked off track by expensive, deferred maintenance.” By Friday, it was no longer a metaphor, as a light-rail car derailed near downtown, shutting down much of the system for several hours. Transit commuters complained that they were given no inf