Mar 12 02:16

Singapore, Australia ban use of Boeing 737 MAX

(*my Republican Txt assailant accused me of beli~eving Boeing did this on purpose . that accusation , as unfounded as it was , opened a whole new vein of thought , on my end .
First off I asked him if he thought Toyota put faulty accelerators in , on purpose?
A much darker thought I kept to myself came after; Trump has been strong arming the rest of the world to buy American , so may~be he's on to something , but of course where I considered his melting down , and inability to talk to a d**mned lib , I kept it to myself . In other words; I Smoked It , so to speak , But I Didn't Inhale , to put it in simple english I MEAN AMERICAN! , because I didn't want to trigger him and have him go
nukeular on me !)

Mar 12 01:16

While Watching Antiques Roadshow, She Realized Something Big About Her 40-Year-Old Painting!

The owner of this 1959 Édouard Cortès oil painting was watching an episode of Antiques Roadshow. In the feedback booth, a gentleman was describing how his own Cortès painting was a fake. The owner realized she had seen that name many times before, so she sprinted downstairs to look at a painting that had been hanging on their wall for nearly 40 years. Sure enough, there was the signature!

Mar 12 01:14

WWII Major Who Single-Handedly Destroyed Enemy Tanks With a PIAT

Major Robert Henry Cain grew up on the Isle of Man and joined the Honourable Artillery Company in 1928. He was given an emergency commission into the Army in 1940 and was transferred to the South Staffordshire Regiment in 1942. He joined the 2nd Battalion, part of the British 1st Airborne Division. He saw action during the Invasion of Sicily in 1943 and again during the Battle of Arnhem the following year.

Mar 12 00:56

How Much Do You Know About the Mayflower?

As kids, we learned about the Mayflower at an early age. It was, in fact, probably one of our first history lessons in kindergarten. We were told that the Pilgrims set sail from England aboard the Mayflower and they landed on Plymouth Rock just in time to have a great Thanksgiving feast with the Native Americans. Much of the story of the Pilgrims and the Mayflower has, however, been simplified and white-washed. What do we really know about the ship that carried the Pilgrims to the New World? You may be surprised at how little you know about one of the most famous boats in U.S. history.

Mar 11 20:24

Herbert K. Pililaau: The Knife-Wielding Badass from History

As part of the 23rd regiment, Piliaau and his company played a key role in the now famous Battle of Bloody Ridge, in August of 1971. However, it was about a month later at the so-called Battle of Heartbreak Ridge that Pililaau would go to show the enemy troops his blade-wielding badassery.

Mar 11 20:21

The Time Theodore Roosevelt Got Into a Bar Fight...

Theodore Roosevelt once found himself in a bar fight in Mingusville, Montana, now Wibaux, Montana, around the summer of 1884 (Roosevelt never specified the exact date of the incident). That time, he was still relatively unknown in the area.

Mar 11 20:16

Suits of Armor, A Knight’s Best Friend

Beginning in the 1400s, warriors devised a new way to keep them uninjured during battle—suits of armor. These mostly-metal protective garments not only kept the wearers safer in sword fights; they gave rise to the highly-romanticized images of knights that we have today. Let’s look at what suits of armor were really like for the medieval knight.

Mar 11 16:47

Trump Hat Incident Caught On Tape – Florida School Bus Driver Loses Her Mind!

This is pretty crazy - Full details including video of incident.


Mar 11 16:44

Media Matters Plays Dirty, Releases Damaging Audio – Wants Tucker Carlson Fired From Fox News…

Tucker Carlson Refuses to Apologize for ‘Naughty’ Past Comments - Here's the audio...


Mar 11 14:52

The Sheriff Revolt on New Gun Laws Shows Why America Needs More Decentralization

What the refusal of the 12 county law enforcement officials is doing is voicing displeasure with what amounts to a distant population dictating how they’ll operate in their own homes. Why are people in Seattle, who may never even set foot on the Eastern-side of the Cascades, let alone actually make that region their permanent home, imposing law on residents of Omak?

Mar 11 14:51

Scott Adams: Press Secretary Sanders Botched “Fine People” Hoax Question From CNN

Bonus broadcast!

Two whiteboards that make things clear…
The “Fine People” hoax (Charlottesville)
CNN is fake news
Link to whiteboard images:

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Mar 11 13:34

Anti-Gun Activist Booted From Gun Hearing For Threatening To Shoot People…

An unidentified woman was reportedly ejected from a Connecticut gun hearing Monday after she was spotted sending a text threatening to shoot a lawmaker and NRA members.

Mar 11 12:05

Global Warming Hoax | Biggest Lie In The History of Science…

This is fantastic stuff - Greenpeace co-founder and former president of Greenpeace Canada Patrick Moore explains the truth behind Climate Change movement. Full transcript included.

Mar 11 11:30

Homeless beggars making $260 a day

Mar 11 11:17


Despite growing Trump administration tensions with Venezuela and even with North Korea, Iran is the likeliest spot for Washington’s next shooting war, says Bob Dreyfuss for TomDispatch.

The Trump Administration is Reckless Enough to Turn the Cold War With Iran Into a Hot One

Here’s the foreign policy question of questions in 2019: Are President Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, all severely weakened at home and with few allies abroad, reckless enough to set off a war with Iran?

Could military actions designed to be limited — say, a heightening of the Israeli bombing of Iranian forces inside Syria, or possible U.S. cross-border attacks from Iraq, or a clash between American and Iranian naval ships in the Persian Gulf — trigger a wider war?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yesterday, in an article from, the following headline appeared:

Israel to go to war in Syria, if Netanyahu's leadership is in jeopardy

And I have to wonder: is THIS the reason President Trump has not ordered our military completely out of the country?

Are they to be the "sacrificial lambs" to get hit from an Israeli false flag mission, claiming it was Syrian (or Russian troops) who did the deed?

This, of course, would not be the first time that the Israeli government ordered our troops to be murdered; and if your mouth is gaping in outrage right now, you need to cage the rage, and read about the bombing of the USS Liberty here: The USS Liberty: If Americans Knew

And of course, there is the threat from Al Assad, that if Israel's IDF does not leave the Golan Heights, Syria will attack them militarily, to get them out. Syria notifies israel that it will attack the IDF in the Golan Heights

So, in summation, there are 4 scenarios which may be playing out here: you have a potential Israeli strike against Iran, if Netanyahu feels his days as prime minister are numbered; you have a potential Israeli strike against alleged Iranian outposts in Syria (and/or against US forces there), potential Syrian strikes against Israel in the Golan, or potentially, US strikes against Iran

It is very infuriating, seeing how many people want the spectre of death and destruction to continue its rampage in the Middle East; this may well involve both Russia and the US, if any of these scenario unfold or some of them unfold simultaneously.

Mar 11 11:11

Scott Adams: Cognitive Dissonance in the News Everywhere

Media Matters hit piece on Tucker Carlson, illegitimate story
The brains behind AOC, my opinion of her and her ideas
My support for trans-athletes: Sports aren’t about “fair”
Only dumb people talk in absolutes
Michael Caputo GoFundMe and financial ruin
Old Nads has weaponized the checks and balances process
Weaponized against citizens and causing financial ruin
Ruining the country for political gain
Ruining citizens of our country for political gain
Doing the right thing and hearing “why didn’t you do that sooner”?
Penalizing good behavior doesn’t encourage more good behavior
Ann Coulter and President Trump are doing “good cop, bad cop”
She’s an important part of the process as his foil
Q&A from the audience, various topics

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Mar 11 10:54

The UN fails to name and shame firms aiding Israel’s illegal settlements

Jonathan Cook examines the Western hypocrisy behind the decision by the UN to postpone foe the third time the publication of a blacklist of Israeli and international firms that profit directly from Israel’s illegal settlements in the occupied territories. >>

Mar 11 10:52

Trump, Corbyn and the tragedy of Western democracies

"... Trump and his administration have been working relentlessly to make Israel great again...

"Since Corbyn was chosen to lead the Labour Party this old political institution has revealed its true tyrannical nature, engaged in a constant purge of the best of its members. Any criticism of Israel or its intrusive lobby leads to immediate suspension and even expulsion...>>

Mar 11 10:43

Second Circuit Court of Appeals Has Sided with Cernovich – Ordering Records Unsealed in Jeffrey Epstein Case Unless Good Cause Is Shown

Today the Second Circuit Court of Appeals strongly suggested it would order the Epstein records unsealed after hearing arguments from First Amendment lawyer Marc Randazza.

The Court signaled its intent to unseal the records with what’s known as a “show cause” order. A show cause order is a legal term of art that roughy translates to, “You had better give us an excellent reason to change our mind.” The Court’s full order is available here:

Mar 11 10:24

Ocasio-Cortez’s failed company is a tax deadbeat: warrant filed over unpaid taxes to New York State

Despite being the object of a huge amount of media attention, few people seem to know that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tried to be an entrepreneur and fell flat on her face. Her media pals certainly have no interest in publicizing the fact the she embraced socialism after she proved to be utterly, embarrassingly incompetent at earning her way. Monica Showalter asked the key question on these pages last summer: “Did Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's socialist fanaticism come from bitter failure in business?
Now, thanks to digging by the New York Post, we know that:

Brook Avenue Press, a company she founded in 2012 to publish children’s books in The Bronx, owes the state $1,870.36 in corporate taxes, public records show.

The state slapped the company with a warrant on July 6, 2017, two months after Ocasio-Cortez announced her candidacy to run against Democratic incumbent Joe Crowley for the district that encompasses parts of Queens and The Bronx.

Mar 11 10:22


Cast your mind back to summer last year. The Cabinet gathered at the Prime Minister’s country retreat of Chequers, on the sylvan Chiltern downs. There was very important business: Theresa May, flanked by senior civil servant Olly Robbins, presented the draft agreement for Britain’s departure from the EU. For the first time, ministers (including Brexit secretary David Davis and foreign secretary Boris Johnson) saw the proposed terms – and the extent to which May would abide by her pledge of ‘Brexit means Brexit’. The chief whip instructed that nobody could leave without consenting to the Withdrawal Agreement, unless they resigned – and must then find their way home without ministerial transport.

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IF true, the owner of this transcript has to come forward in the UK, and explain to the British people precisely what has been done to them, by their leadership, "D NOtices" be damned.

Snap elections need to be held in the UK as quickly as possible, because Prime Minister May needs to be replaced, and quickly, by people who understand what Brexit meant, in terms of the EU dictatorship of Brussels, and how the UK might prosper outside their relationship with the EU.

Mar 11 10:21

Exclusive poll: Young Americans are embracing socialism

Generation Z has a more positive view of the word "socialism" than previous generations, and — along with millennials — are more likely to embrace socialistic policies and principles than past generations, according to a new Harris Poll given exclusively to Axios.

Mar 11 10:12


Following the decision in Siti's case (the two women are facing separate cases though they are jointly on trial), a lawyer for Huong also requested an acquittal. The trial has been suspended until Thursday to allow time for the Malaysian attorney general to make a decision.

After her release, Siti, clad in a black traditional Malay dress and headscarf, was rushed to the Indonesian embassy, where she gave a brief statement to the media.

"I feel so happy. I did not expect that today I would be released,” she said, adding that she had been treated well in prison.

The two women told authorities that they thought they had been hired to participate in a reality TV show prank, and that they didn't realize what they had been tricked into doing until it was too late.

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Remote assassinations have to be done in a way which completely exonerates the real perpetrators, and have to go precisely to plan.

That is what failed here; and that makes this moment one of the most clumsily-created political assassinations in North Korea's history.

This kind of remote political assassination, to consolidate one's power, as Kim Jung Un has pretty obviously had done, are considered a big, fat, hairy no-no in the 21st century, save for the assassination of Adnan Khashoggi and The Clinton Body Count

Mar 11 09:53

The Secret Room Behind Mount Rushmore

Mt. Rushmore may be one of the most recognizable landmarks on the planet, but it has been harboring a little-known secret for decades.

Mar 11 09:45

Incredible Photos of New York City in the Early 1900s

The early 1900s was an era of unprecedented change for America, and it’s amazing to see how things have changed since then. Thanks to the Library of Congress Flickr account, we can now enjoy hundreds of remarkable images documenting New York City at the turn of the century.

Mar 11 09:42

Mullet: The Badass Hairstyle of the 1970s to Early 1990s

Mullet, a hairstyle characterized by short cuts in the front and sides and long in the back, started to gain popularity in the 1970s. Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Andy Mackay, and Paul McCartney rocked the hairstyle in the early 1970s.

Mar 11 09:26

The Growing Effeminacy of the West Will Lead to a More Authoritarian State

"A nation of weaklings and girlie men is an invitation to statism and totalitarianism. The weak and cowardly can not defend themselves. ... This is likely another very important reason why the Cultural Marxists who rule over us are normalizing transgenderism and homosexuality, and now even calling masculinity itself “toxic”."

Mar 11 09:25

Rod Dreher, an Orthodox Christian, on Americans Giving Up On and Leaving America

"the US State Department, in partnership with George Soros’s NGO, translated into the Macedonian language Saul Alinsky’s Rules For Radicals, and distributed them there in an effort to undermine the country’s traditional moral customs.

It gets worse. In 2016, the State Department put out a $300,000 bid to hire culture-war mercenaries to go into Macedonia with the express purpose of fighting Orthodox Christian teaching on homosexuality. The American taxpayer paid money to export the destruction of Macedonia’s Christian culture."

Mar 11 09:23

Prof. on Manning’s Arrest: Revenge Move Against Anyone Who Challenges Washington

US whistleblower Chelsea Manning was detained on Friday after a federal judge found her to be in contempt of court as she rejected to respond to the 2010 WikiLeaks case-related questions before a secret grand jury.

“The latest arrest of citizen Chelsea Manning demonstrates the attitudes inherent in a culture of revenge which advocates moves against anyone who dares to challenge US Establishment interests," Professor Stuart Rees, the director of the Sydney Peace Foundation and an Australian academic, human rights activist, and author, told Sputnik in a written interview.

Slamming what he described as the “invisible deliberations” of US grand juries to punish dissenters, he pointed the finger at America’s “alleged rules of law” and warned that “there may be no legal justification for the latest action against Chelsea Manning”.

Mar 11 09:22

It Begins: China Orders Carriers To Ground Boeing 737s After Ethiopian Airlines Crash

China has ordered all domestic carriers to ground their Boeing 737 MAX 8s after one of the jets seemingly dropped from the sky southeast of Addis Ababa just six minutes after taking off on Sunday. That accident - which killed all 157 people on board - was the second involving one of the jets in five months, and has led to speculation that Boeing might order all of the jets to be grounded pending further inspection.

Chinese media outlet Caijing was the first to report the decision, citing sources within China's domestic airline industry. Thee 737 MAX, the fourth generation of Boeing's narrow-body 737 line, was first flown in 2016, making the string of crashes - two in five months - unprecedented and, according to some analysts, extremely suspect.

Mar 11 09:07

Who Benefits from 'Black Girl Magic'? Google's Latest Ad Reignites Enduring Issues of Erasure

It was hard not to tear up, watching the triumphant array of black female dynamism on display in a minute-long film released by Google in tandem with Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. The theme? A celebration of the everyday phenomenon we’ve come to call “black girl magic,” which hit an all-time high in Google searches during February.

Mar 11 09:07

Anti-Vaxxer Mom Loses Best Friend Of 15 Years For Attempting To Being Her Unvaccinated Kids Around Her Infant

The anti-vaxxer community is no longer just a radical group on the internet that inspires memes but has led to a very real outbreak of more than 200 cases across 11 states. The situation is so dire that the The US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions held a congressional hearing called “Vaccines Save Lives: What is Driving Preventable Disease Outbreaks?” to discuss how they were going to handle the situation.

Mar 11 08:54

Unrepentant Tucker Carlson brushes off 'naughty' unearthed radio interviews in which he defends statutory rape, labels Britney Spears a 'wh**e', backs Warren Jeffs and calls women 'primitive'

Unearthed radio clips have revealed a number of sexist, misogynistic and perverted remarks by Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson.
The clips compiled and published Sunday by Media Matters For America were recorded back when Carlson was a regular commentator on the shock jock radio program 'Bubba the Love Sponge' between 2006 and 2011.

Mar 11 08:54

Posh white people need not apply: BBC advertises for a £20k-a-year trainee journalist at Radio 1 but the role is only open to candidates from a ethnic minority or 'lower social economic background'

A BBC traineeship is not accepting applications from posh white people, sparking claims the national broadcaster may have broken employment law.
The role, which pays £20,000, would see the successful applicant placed at one of the UK's biggest radio stations, BBC Radio 1, for a year in their London office.

Mar 11 08:26

California police report almost no racial profiling

California’s first-in-the-nation attempt to track racial profiling complaints against police produced numbers so unrealistically small that the board overseeing the tally wants departments to make changes to encourage more people to come forward.

The panel’s most recent report found 17 percent of California’s law enforcement agencies reported not a single complaint in 2017.

And of 659 profiling complaints that were filed in a state of nearly 40 million people, just 10 were sustained. Three-quarters of the profiling complaints involve race or ethnicity, but they can also include age, gender, religion, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation.

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"Kill 'em all. Let God sort them out!"

Mar 11 08:19

Kaplan Test Prep Survey: Nearly 90 Percent of Law Schools Say the Political Climate Was a Significant Factor in Application Increase

According to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2018 law school admissions officers survey, an overwhelming 87 percent report that the current political climate in the U.S. was a significant factor in this past cycle’s application increase*. This includes 30 percent who describe it as a “very significant” factor. These were the results from a phone survey which included 121 law schools.

This politics-driven application bump may continue, according to a separate Kaplan survey of pre-law students**. Forty-five percent say that the current political climate impacted their decision to apply to law school, a marked increase from the 32 percent who answered this way in a Kaplan survey released last year. Overall, 57 percent of those surveyed say they plan to use their law degree to advocate for political or public policy issues they care about.

Mar 11 08:17

Boeing Under Scrutiny, China Grounds 737 MAX Fleet after Ethiopia Plane Crash

After Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed in a rural area outside of Addis Ababa, killing all 157 people on board, Boeing was hit with the grounding of its fleet and even postponed the presentation of its new 777X aircraft.

The crash of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 in a rural area southeast of Addis Ababa, killing all 149 passengers and eight crew members on board was shocking, especially after another Boeing 737 MAX 8 went down in the Java Sea just after takeoff from Jakarta, Indonesia, in October, killing all 189 aboard.

"It's almost unheard of," said John Cox, a senior crash investigator and former airline pilot, cited by CNBC. Cox and others warned that it is early in the crash investigation and there is no indication yet whether the two crashes were caused by the same factors.

Mar 11 08:16

Twitter users ignite #FakeMelania conspiracy theory as they accuse the First Lady of using a BODY DOUBLE during visit to tornado-stricken Alabama

A conspiracy theory that First Lady Melania Trump uses a body double has resurfaced after her latest appearance with President Trump in Alabama.
Trump and his wife Melania visited communities in eastern Alabama on Friday that were devastated by recent tornadoes that left 23 people dead.

Mar 11 08:16

Alyssa Milano Tweets About 'Being' A Minority, Gets Scorched For Her 'White Privilege'

On Friday, Alyssa Milano decided to weigh in on International Women's Day, declaring herself an ally to all the downtrodden minorities and the poor, unfortunate souls left behind and oppressed by modern society, only instead of simply expressing her support for the underrepresented, she claimed to actively identifywith them.

Mar 11 07:49

'Thin Blue Line' Flag Honoring Police Removed from Connecticut State Capitol After Proponents of Black Lives Matter Movement Complain

As Western civilization recedes across the United States, the rising tide of color asserts their control.

First order of business: respect for law and order must be retired.

For good.

Mar 11 07:18

After Nearly 1,900 Years at the Bottom of Lake Nemi, Emperor Caligula's Luxurious Ships Are Salvaged

As one of his capricious whims, Emperor Caligula ordered several large barges to be built to use on Lake Nemi. The two vessels, which were designated in modern times as Prima Nave and Seconda Nave, (First Ship and Second Ship), had dimensions of 70m x 20m and 73m x 24m respectively.

Mar 11 07:13

This Couple Takes Their Christmas Portrait for 40 Years From 1900 - 1942

Just like many families today, Richard and Anna Wagner took annual holiday portraits. Taken every Christmas Eve, from the year they were married in 1900 until just a year before Anna’s death in 1943, the photos were sent out as Christmas cards to friends and family.

Mar 11 07:02

The Accidental Invention of Chicken Wings, America’s Favorite Bar Food

Who doesn’t love chicken wings? They are the perfect bar food…versatile and handy. You can order hot and spicy wings, or mild wings, and any hotness in between. Chicken wings are meant to be eaten with your hands and they are delicious with an ice, cold beer to wash them down. Chicken wings are on the menu of most casual dining restaurants. In fact, there are countless restaurants across the country devoted to the chicken wing, as well as hundreds of chicken wing cookbooks. Truly, chicken wings are part of the American culture. It is hard to realize that chicken wings have only been on the scene for a little more than fifty years and that they were originally considered a throw-away part of the chicken. That is until a happy accident led to the creation of one of America’s favorite bar food.

Mar 11 06:52

More global carriers ground Boeing’s newest 737 after another deadly crash

On Monday, the Indonesian Transport Ministry called for the temporary grounding of all Boeing 737 Max 8 planes operated by the country’s air carriers.

The step comes shortly after the China’s Civil Aviation Administration ordered Chinese carriers to take the planes out of service.

At the same time, Ethiopian Airlines Group announced temporary ban on operating four 737 MAX planes left in its fleet after the crash, citing a “safety precaution.”

Cayman Airways, which also flies the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, said it was placing a temporary ban on using the jets in the light of the latest incident, while South Korea reportedly launched a special inspection of the aircraft.

On Monday, Mongolia’s Civil Aviation Authority followed suit.

Mar 10 15:43

Castro Supports Reparations…

What a nightmare...


Mar 10 14:52

SUV Crashes, Almost Hits Trump Presidential Motorcade…

Complete details including some crazy video of the incident...


Mar 10 14:17

Rural Sheriffs Defy New Gun Measures

Second Amendment sanctuary’ counties say they won’t enforce background checks, other gun-control proposals In swaths of rural America, county sheriffs, prosecutors and other local officials are mounting resistance to gun-control measures moving through legislatures in Democratic-led states.

Mar 10 14:03

Fmr. Trump Aide Refuses to Comply with Dems’ Fishing Expedition: ‘Somebody Has to Be the First to Take a Stand’

“I always say there’s no such thing as a slippery slope. At some point, resistance appears,” Adams said. “Maybe this is it. Maybe Caputo’s stand is what gives other people a little backbone.”

Mar 10 13:04

Shameful, General Motors…

We Put Up $51 Billion To Bail Out General Motors – And This Is How They Repay Us?...


Mar 10 11:38

Zoo Jaguar Attacks Woman Taking Selfie…

Crazy video from the incident was just released a few hours ago - Happened in Phoenix...


Mar 10 11:08

Robert Davi Blows A Gasket… Screams At RINO Republicans!

This is really good...


Mar 10 11:01

John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy in Georgetown, 1954

It was one fine day in May of 1954 in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. and future president John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie Kennedy, were walking down the street to meet John’s sister-in-law Ethel Kennedy and his brother Bobby Kennedy. Meanwhile, Orlando Suero took some pictures of them as they went about their day.

Mar 10 10:59

13 Things You Had No Idea Were Named After People!

Have you ever wondered where names of things or words we regularly use came from? Here are 13 things named after people (some of them actually did not even invent them):

Mar 10 10:55

Scientists Assert Decorated Viking Warrior Skeleton Long-Thought To Be Male Actually Female

In 1878, archaeologists discovered an intriguing tomb on the Swedish island of Björkö wherein they found a skeleton of what appeared to be a Viking warrior. The warrior was buried with a cache of weapons, exquisite clothing, and two horses and was subsequently assessed to be a high-ranking and esteemed gentleman Viking — until a 2017 DNA test revealed this elite fighter was actually — in fact, “unassailably,” — female.

Mar 10 10:22

Scott Adams: Sports Are Broken, Trump’s Best Week Ever, Moderate Bernie

“Old Nads” document blizzard request to 81 people
Even the Democrats know this is way beyond legitimate
Michael Caputo’s refusal to comply, all should follow his lead
Cognitive Dissonance Tell - Word Salad
Example: David Pakman and the “Fine People Hoax”
Fine People Hoax - President Trump called people on both sides of the STATUE question “fine people”.
Trying to deprogram people who believe the “Fine People Hoax”
North Korea might be fixing up a worrisome facility, negotiating 101
Bernie proposals now seem moderate in comparison to others
Capitalism delivers what socialism promises
Sports and trans-athletes competing, winning
Performance enhancing drugs
Jim Carrey’s artwork and artistic talent

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Mar 10 10:02

Gang of six men make monkey noises at black commuter on London Underground train as one pretends to be an APE and swings from seat to seat while their victim calmly asks them why they're doing it

This is the shocking moment a passenger was racially abused on the London Underground by six white commuters, with one pretending to be a monkey and jumping at him as he filmed them.
The horrific incident took place on the Northern Line, just before Kennington station on March 8, while stunned members of the public looked on.

Mar 10 10:02

Homeless beggars are making £200-a-DAY: Adventurer and world record holder Ed Stafford reveals what tramps earn and says he put on 11lb while living on the streets for Channel 4 documentary

An adventurer and Guinness World Record holder has revealed that living on the UK's streets was 'more lucrative' than he imagined.
Ed Stafford, a former army captain and amazon trekker, spent two months being homeless in Glasgow, Manchester, and London.
He found that as well as gaining 11lb because passers-by kept giving him fast food, sandwiches, and burgers, he could also make up to £200 a night.

Mar 10 10:01

The Arms Race Between Gold Counterfeiters and Bullion Testers Is Heating Up

ECM testing machines have been very effective testing tools in detecting such tungsten bars because tungsten has a much lower conductivity compared to gold (18.52 vs 44.7 MS/m). Thus, as ECM testing machines have become more mainstream, it became easy to detect gold-plated tungsten bars.

With the prevalence of ECM testing machines, counterfeiters are now optimizing fake gold bars to fool testers. These bars were made of about 90% copper which has a theoretical conductivity of 59.1 MS/m which is one of the few metals that has a higher conductivity than gold. By carefully mixing copper with other lower conductivity metals and impurities, it is easy to reproduce gold’s theoretical conductivity of around 44.7 and pass the ECM test.

Mar 10 09:51

Covington Catholic teen will sue CNN for more than $250million over their coverage of Lincoln Memorial clash, lawyer claims

The Kentucky teenager at the center of a viral clash with a Native American activist at the Lincoln memorial is preparing to sue CNN for more than $250million for its coverage of the incident in January.

Mar 10 09:50

'Don't put that back on!': Shocking moment school bus aide tells boy, 14, to take off MAGA cap in a video now under police probe after she 'yanked it' because she was 'personally offended'

This is the moment a Florida teenager was told to remove his Make America Great Again cap before a school aide allegedly removed the item from his head for him when he didn't comply.

Mar 10 09:49

Ethiopian Airlines flight crashes, killing 157; plane same model as jet in Lion Air crash

An Ethiopian Airlines passenger jet bound for Nairobi crashed minutes after take-off on Sunday (March 10), killing all 157 people on board and raising questions about the safety of the Boeing 737 Max 8, a new model that also crashed in Indonesia in October.

The Lion Air jet crashed near Jakarta, minutes after take-off, killing all 189 on board. The cause of that crash is still under investigation.

The Ethiopian flight left Bole airport in Addis Ababa at 8.38am local time, before losing contact with the control tower six minutes later at 8.44am.

The pilot had alerted controllers “he had difficulties” and wanted to turn back, the head of Ethiopian Airlines said, in circumstances similar to the Lion Air crash in which the pilot also requested he wanted to return back to the airport soon after take-off.

Flight ET 302 crashed near the town of Bishoftu, 62km south-east of Addis Ababa, the airline said.

Mar 10 09:27

Seven Brits among 157 dead after Ethiopian Airlines plane crashes just minutes after take off amid anger rescue services took TWO HOURS to reach the site as safety record of 737 is questioned

An Ethiopian Airlines plane has crashed killing 149 passengers and 8 crew onboard, just minutes after take-off.
The plane heading to Nairobi left Ethiopia this morning but came down within six minutes - 37 miles from Addis Ababa International Airport.

Mar 10 09:26

Men Share 30 Times They Stopped Sexist Behavior

With media so heavily focused on bad men, you might begin to think that there aren't any good ones left. To find out if this was the case, Twitter user @emrazz addressed their 137K followers, asking all males to share their experience in standing up to misogyny.

Mar 10 09:10

Ocasio-Cortez: State Of America Is 'Garbage,' Reagan Pitted Whites Against Minorities

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggested during a talk on Saturday that America is "garbage" and that former President Ronald Reagan presented a "racist" vision of the country that "pitted" white working class people against minorities in order "to screw over all working-class Americans."

Mar 10 09:10

Check out the moving backstory of this life-size replica of Noah's Ark and the man who made it happen

The Ark Encounter, a life-sized Noah's ark replica located in Williamstown, Kentucky, has made international headlines ever since it opened in 2016. A stunning architectural achievement, the ark brings a key biblical account to life in a truly unprecedented way.