Barbra Streisand Suggests Nose Is Why She Hasn’t Been Sexually Harassed

“I wasn’t like those pretty girls,” she said.

New York Gov. Cuomo Orders Investigation Into Why DA Never Prosecuted Weinstein

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance is under fire for never filing charges against the disgraced Hollywood mogul.

Storms strike college, leave trail of damage across South

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Diversity Bridge Is Falling Down, My Fair Lady

Taki’s Magazine, by Jim Goad Posted By: earlybird- Tue, 20 55 2018 10:55:12 GMT Well, that is damned inconvenient. A state’of’the’art pedestrian bridge hailed as the inevitably wondrous result of diversity in engineering has collapsed within days of being paraded before the media. Did I say inconvenient? I should have said symbolic. “Diversity Bridge” (that’s not the structure’s official name, but I think it fits) was designed to connect Florida International University to the city of Sweetwater, where many FIU students and staff reside. The bridge, installed (though not yet opened to the public) a mere four days before its failure, spanned a busy Miami highway, and the collapse crushed cars and people underneath.

Funny, When Obama Harvested Facebook Data On Millions Of Users To Win In 2012, Everyone Cheered

Investor´s Business Daily, by Staff Posted By: RockyTCB- Tue, 20 57 2018 10:57:25 GMT Privacy: Facebook faces what some are calling an “existential crisis” over revelations that its user data fell into the hands of the Trump campaign. Whether or not the attacks on the social media giant are justified, the fact is that the Obama campaign used Facebook (FB) data in the same way in 2012. But the reaction from the pundits and press back then was, shall we say, somewhat different. According to various news accounts, a professor at Cambridge University built a Facebook app around 2014 that involved a personality quiz. About 270,000 users of the app agreed to share some

WEATHER ALERT ‘ Storms expected in Lowcountry Tuesday

WCBD [Charlston, SC], by Maurice Miller Posted By: Attercliffe- Tue, 20 10 2018 11:10:01 GMT Charleston, SC ‘ Strong’to’severe storms could affect parts of the Lowcountry on Tuesday. The greatest threats include rain, lightning, hail, strong winds, and…

Device explodes in FedEx building outside San Antonio, police say

Fox News, by Staff Posted By: FlyRight- Tue, 20 16 2018 11:16:23 GMT SAN ANTONIO — Fox News is reporting that a device has exploded early Tuesday at a FedEx ground distribution center in Schertz, Texas.Police say the medium sized box was on the conveyer belt when it exploded. One person was treated for a “sound injury”. It’s unclear if the explosion is related in any way tot the explosions around the City of Austin in ths past month. Schertz is about 70 miles south of Austin.

The left at work: Let´s hope Trump survives

American Thinker, by Patricia McCarthy Posted By: magnante- Tue, 20 50 2018 11:50:26 GMT The country is at present enduring the dire consequences of the depth and breadth of the Obama administration´s many illegal activities. (snip) The aftermath of the Obama years will haunt this country for decades to come; economically (Trump has already gone a long way toward fixing this), cultural (the primacy of LGBT over everyone else), social (he set the racial divide back at least sixty years), and health care (Obamacare destroyed what was once the best system in the world). Obama hammered the final nail of leftist indoctrination into higher education and all the nonsense that entails: multiple gender identities,

Why Megyn Kelly´s NBC show is a flop, by Barbara Pavone Posted By: abuela10- Tue, 20 01 2018 12:01:18 GMT After making a name for herself at Fox News, in large part thanks to her headline-making feud with Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly was courted by NBC and offered a reported $23 million per year to bring her star power to the Peacock Network. This made her the highest-paid anchor at NBC following Matt Lauer´s departure, but unfortunately, courting Kelly may not have been a smart investment.  Her first attempt at success, a Sunday night news magazine dubbed Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, debuted in June 2017 and soon proved to be a flop. Come September, the network moved her to a daily talk