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Monthly Archives: January 2018
Jessica Chastain Recalls Fighting Back as a Child After Being Slapped by Her Mother’s Boyfriend
With movie attendance dropping to a 24 year low, there was no good news for the film business in 2017, not even for Star Wars.
It looks like Trump’s Chief of Staff was in hot water with Trump last night after his comments that Trump had ‘evolved’ on the wall and DACA. According to CNN, Trump was . . .
The House Intelligence Committee voted to release a transcript of its November interview with Glenn Simpson, founder of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the so-called “Trump dossier.”
It’s a match made in heaven for two Chilean flight attendants.
The Sun, by Staff Posted By: mc squared- Thu, 18 25 2018 02:25:20 GMT Microwaves are as damaging to the environment as cars and users must be taught how to cook more efficiently, scientists say. The ovens are responsible for 7.7 million tons of the carbon dioxide pumped out from the EU each year — the equivalent of 6.8 million cars. Researchers say they are fueling global warming with consumers overcooking food to blame. Microwaves account for the largest percentage of sales of all types of oven in the EU, with numbers set to reach 135 million by 2020. But scientists at the University of Manchester — the first to assess the environmental impact
American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson Posted By: magnante- Thu, 18 27 2018 02:27:02 GMT The locally oriented website CWBChicago provides a valuable instructional video its readers in fashionable, upscale Chicago neighborhoods who (quite realistically) fear the ongoing predation by gangs running rampant elsewhere in the city, making it the murder capital of America. A compelling security camera video released by the Chicago Police Department depicts a gang driving into Wicker Park – an expensive area with great shopping attracting many pedestrians (and a Hollywood film named after it) – and carrying out an armed robbery on a pedestrian. The video is provided as a way for residents to minimize their danger: One of the best ways
Town Hall, by Victor Davis Hanson Posted By: Judy W.- Thu, 18 53 2018 02:53:17 GMT Twenty years ago, no one had heard of either Facebook or Google, neither of which existed yet. For that matter, no one knew much about social media or search engines in general. Cellphones were still simply mobile, small and expensive telephones. There was no concept of a phone as a handheld computer. Today, five companies ” Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Alphabet (Google´s parent company) ” have a collective worth of more than $3 trillion. Yet such transnational companies remain mostly exempt from the sort of regulations and accountability faced by most other industries. Major corporations understandably fear product liability laws. Oil companies
American Thinker, by Monica Showalter Posted By: PageTurner- Thu, 18 10 2018 03:10:12 GMT Paul Krugman, who really, really, really wants you to know on his Twitter account that he´s a Nobel laureate in economics, has made a name for himself for his bad economic forecasts. So bad, in fact, that President Trump and the Republican Party have awarded him their top spot in their 2017 Fake News Awards, writing: [Twenty seventeen] was a year of unrelenting bias, unfair news coverage, and even downright fake news. Studies have shown that over 90% of the media´s coverage of President Trump is negative. Below are the winners of the 2017 Fake News Awards. 1. The New York Times´ Paul Krugman