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  • UFO near astronauts during spacewalk
    Did NASA live video capture extraterrestrial life during spacewalk?
    On October 22 during a spacewalk by two Russian astronauts, the International Space Station (ISS) live feed showed a luminescent UFO briefly fly nearby. The astronauts had just jettisoned two parts of the ISS that had been removed, and the live...
  • Ottawa
    ISIS large crop of thugs
    In the large context of global concerns, ISIS is a symptom of a problem. One view is that ISIS is an organization of psychotic outliers, thugs and losers who are leveraging the Sunni Islamic sect to justify its legitimacy.Problems:Middle Eastern...
  • Macon-Bibb Commission try to deal with high number of pedestrian deaths.
    Macon-Bibb Commission takes a look at how to curb pedestrian deaths
    On Tuesday, October 21, the Macon-Bibb Commission took up the issue of the unusually high number of pedestrian deathswhich have occurred here in Macon and is also a statewide problem, according to a nationwide study. District 3 Commissioner,...
  • Department of Homeland Security raids the store, confiscates panties as evidence
    Department of Homeland Security raids the store, confiscates panties as evidence
    On October 20, 2014, agents with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) marched into Kansas City’s underwear store, Honig’s Birdies Panties shop. Peregrine Honig, the shop’s owner, asked one of the unwelcome visitors what size...
  • ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    On October 22, 2014, the reign of terror continued in Canada. A soldier was gunned down, while guarding a war memorial. That violent act was followed by the shootout in the halls of the Canadian Parliament. The attacker was identified as Michael...
  • Best case: Alison Grimes defeats McConnell without Democrat Party
    Best case: Alison Grimes defeats McConnell without Democrat Party
    Peter Grier, of the Christian Science Monitor gives a little hope to the Alison Grimes campaign that she still has a chance. The fickle Democrat Party gave her less of a chance and pulled back campaign advertising support. One reason is that she...
  • Turnip
    Dear political parties: No blood in turnips
    One American voter responded to the calling of his political party to make a donation of whatever he could afford, however suggesting sizable sums. The voter who had never made a donation to his party before felt the tug of allegiance and loyalty...
  • Ottawa shooting
    Shootings rip through Canada's Parliament
    Shots rang out at Canada’s Parliament in Ottawa early Wednesday morning. One Canadian soldier was killed at the National War Memorial building according to reporters. Police were investigating reports of multiple shootings after one gunman...
  • Let me be the grim reaper on South Miami's dream of a 51st state
    Let me be the grim reaper on South Miami's dream of a 51st state
    So as you all have heard by now, a little suburb in Miami-Dade County by the name of South Miami has passed a resolution to break away from North Florida, and form the state of "South Florida," which would become the nation's 51st...
  • America in auto security response mode
    America in auto security response mode
    Terrorist chatter about attacking targets in Canada has been around for years. The rate has kicked up lately.So far, Canadian investigators don’t see a relationship between the shooting today and terrorism. Wolf Blitzer just said, “It...
  • Michelle Nunn poses with Usher
    Georgia's Senate race could end in a runoff
    The race for the vacant United States Senate seat in Georgia is currently considered a toss-up by most polls and experts. The seat is being vacated by retiring Senator Saxby Chambliss, who has held office since 2003. Chambliss has been a reliable...
  • Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Parliament Hill for Canada Day Celebrations on July 1, 2011 in Ottawa, Canada
    Shooting near Canadian Parliament reveals a continent divided
    Reports are breaking about multiple incidents of shots fired at a Canadian War Memorial, near the Parliament building in Ottawa, Ontario. Speculation online and on CNN is, of course, rampant. There are anywhere between one and a hundred separate...
  • Canadian soldier shot
    Under alert: Attack on Canadian capital
    Before leaping to conclusions, here are the official facts from U.S. Homeland Security News and Information from the National Terrorism Response Center. First is the report that “there are no current threats”. That is followed by this...
  • James O'Keefe
    Drudge Report: Support for Colorado voter fraud exposed by James O'Keefe
    Wednesday's Drudge Report featured the latest undercover voter fraud expose of guerrilla filmmaker, James O'Keefe. The Drudge linked to a National Review article which described how O'Keefe's Project Veritas footage raises...
  • Ben Bradlee
    Ben Bradlee: A journalist who never said no
    Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee died October 21st of natural causes. He was a veteran as well as a dedicated journalist who along with Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward changed the face of investigative journalism with their dedicated...