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  • Etsy
    Etsy files with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to go public
    Yesterday Etsy, Inc. filed a registration statement with theU.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to make an Initial Public Offering (IPO). They sent out an announcement to Etsy shop owners, though admit that they can't answer many...
  • Victoria speaks to Brava about Women Equality!
    Victoria speaks to Brava about Women Equality!
    A Breath of fresh air for humanity!Working for women equality is the goal of many Americans and people around the world. The struggle of women to be recognized as the power force they represent in the world, is a well know fact. The topic becomes...
  • Legalize
    D.C. cops embrace marijuana legalization, give confiscated weed back
    Washington D.C. moved forward with marijuana legalization despite threats from a couple die-hard prohibition fans in congress. While the threats to arrest MayorMuriel Bowser went unfulfilled, the District of Columbia's police chiefCathy Lanier...
  • ComfyTree Cannabis Academy
    Missouri senator introduces marijuana legalization bill mimicking Colorado
    Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal of University City, Missouri introduced legislation that will mimic the system Colorado has set up for marijuana legalization. The bill legalizes both medical and recreational marijuana, as well as setting up a...
  • O"Malley at Spratt Conference
    Martin O'Malley jabs Hillary Clinton on 'triangulation'
    Martin O’Malley hasn’t officially declared his bid for the White House, but he certainly hinted at that possibility on Feb. 28 when speaking at a conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. And in doing so, the former Maryland governor...
  • Dr. Ben Carson
    The Republican theory of everything
    In his book, The Theory of Everything, Physicist Stephen Hawking postulates a single unifying theory to explain the seemingly inexplicable logic of the universe. For the last 35 years, Democrats have similarly been grappling to explain why the...
  • John Roberts
    Insurance Havoc
    The Supreme Court hears arguments next week in a case that could dismember Obamacare.If the high court rules in favor of the law’s challengers in King v. Burwell, more than eight million people in 34 states could lose coverage under the...
  • Kathy Diers
    Whatever happened To...Kansas?
    Whenever dogma is allowed to supercede democracy, the will and welfare of the people is disrupted and damaged to a dangerous level. When one's personal and political beliefs, as well as a thirst for power circumvent the integrity of public...
  • Blood vial
    Famous historical world leader has blood for sale and you can bid on it
    Usually collectors buy things like stamps, old magazines and news papers, or even clothing of the person they admire. Now people can take their fandom to a new level, as a pint of famous blood will be up for auction in March.In 1962, Winston...
  • Barack Obama
    Shocking survey reveals how many Americans think Obama doesn't love America
    After former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made comments questioning whether President Obama loved America, the high profiled Republican was hit with negative backlash. To see if Giuliani's comments ring true across the country, a new...
  • Toke up
    At 12:01 am Washington D.C. will have their 420
    On Wednesday, D.C. MayorMuriel Bowser outlined how legalization will take effect. Thursday marks the end of the 30 day time limit Congress has to dispute the law. At 12:01 a.m. Thursday morning these new regulations on marijuana will officially...
  • Veto
    Obama threatens veto of education bill
    Just one day after vetoing an unpopular bill, on Feb. 25 President Obama warned Congress that he’s ready to do it again, this time against the Student Success Act.Introduced by Rep. John Kline (R-Minnesota), H.R. 5 calls for: removal of...
  • CITIZENFOUR
    Citizenfour wins Oscar, Snowden does Reddit AMA
    Citizenfour won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature on Sunday night for its director Laura Poitras, editor Mathilde Bonnefoy and producer Dirk Wilutzky. They were joined on stage by journalist Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden's...
  • Sarah Palin
    Alaska becomes third state with legal weed
    On Tuesday, recreational marijuana officially became legal in Alaska. Having decriminalized cannabis back in 1975, along with passing medical marijuana back in 1998, this doesn't really do much as far as Alaskans are concerned. They could...
  • Rudy Giuliani
    America's Mayor no more
    There was a time when it was possible for a liberal to respect and even admire Rudy Giuliani. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, his calm demeanor and decisive leadership brought both his wounded city and a wounded country together in a way that was...