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Nov 23 10:26

Privacy Nightmare: Online Retailers Must Report Vermont Purchases To Government

By Aaron Kesel

Thanks to a new law in Vermont, the state may soon know your online purchases to pressure residents to pay a “use tax,” WCAX reported.

Vermont’s use tax is meant to make sure that Vermont citizens don’t shop online or across the border to avoid the state’s sales tax...

Nov 23 10:39

Mother Charged For Putting Recorder In Daughter’s Backpack To Stop Bullying

By Aaron Kesel

In an insane story, the mother of a Norfolk, Virginia student is facing charges for putting a recorder in her daughter’s backpack to capture bullying, WAVY reported.

“I tried to be fair, but it’s not fair,” Sarah Sims said. “There is nothing fair about this.”...

Nov 23 10:52

The Mother Of All Irrational Exuberance

You could almost understand the irrational exuberance of 1999-2000. That's because everything was seemingly coming up roses, meaning that cap rates arguably had rational room to rise.

Nov 23 11:07

JUDGE JEANINE WITH GREGG JARRETT ON URANIUM ONE, FUSION GPS BOMBSHELL

Good discussion from last night's show. Jarrett nails Fusion GPS.

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Nov 23 11:11

Coach Who Recruited Manute Bol Says He Made Up His Age - He Was Actually Over 50 When Playing In The NBA…

Totally bizarre story on one of my favorite all-time NBA players. Manute apparently used scars on his head to count his real age.

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Nov 23 11:24

UPDATE | Kate Steinle Murder Trial Now In Hands Of Jury

Latest details on the trial as the jury is now deciding the fate of the killer.

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Nov 23 11:25

LOU DOBBS | MS-13 victim was stabbed 100 times, decapitated, had heart ripped out, police say

Horrfic MS-13 murder discovered near DC.

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Nov 23 11:48

NFL Ratings Slump Worsens As ESPN Forced To Slash $80 Million In Salary Costs

"ESPN is dealing with three simple math problems. They have fewer subscribers than they planned for. They have higher costs than they planned for. They lower ratings than they hoped for."

Nov 23 12:03

Merkel TANKS in the polls: Chancellor ratings slump as German anger grows

The survey, carried out in the coalition talks breakdown, makes worrying reading for Angela Merkel.

While Mrs Merkel said yesterday she wanted to stand again in any new snap election the German people appear to be turned off by the prospect.

Of those polled, 54 per cent said she should not run for office, according to the polling institute Civey for t-online.de.

Only 38.5 percent of Germans would welcome a renewed candidacy of the chancellor.

Nov 23 12:06

'This is FAKE NEWS' EU's Verhofstadt furious as he's linked to tax-dodging papers

The former Belgian prime minister sat on the board of shipping firm Exmar, which used an offshore company mentioned in the recent leaked documents about avoiding tax rules through offshore investments.

Mr Verhofstadt was on the board of directors between 2010 and 2016 and took home around £53,000 (€60,000) per year, according to Exmar’s annual reports.

Nov 23 12:09

50 Workers Just Fired From Health System For Refusing Vaccines

And so it begins… A healthcare system has literally fired 50 employees – in one fell swoop – over a draconian flu jab policy

Nov 23 12:13

The United States during the World War One, 1917-1918

Isolation was a long American tradition. Since the days of George Washington, Americans struggled to remain protected by the mighty oceans on its border. When European conflicts erupted, as they frequently did, many in the United States claimed exceptionalism. America was different. Why get involved in Europe’s self-destruction?

Nov 23 12:19

Learning From The 1980’s

Nov 23 12:24

The 2800 years old kiss

These human remains were unearthed in 1972 at the Teppe Hasanlu archaeological site, located in the Solduz Valley in the West Azerbaijan Province of Iran. The site was burned after a military attack. People from both fighting sides were killed in the fire, which apparently spread quite unexpectedly and quickly through the town. The skeletons were found in a plaster grain bin, probably hiding from soldiers, and they almost certainly asphyxiated quickly. The “head wound” is actually from modern-day excavators.

Nov 23 12:27

Mapping the Richest People in the World 2017

Nov 23 12:40

American prisoners of war who refused to return to America at the end of the Korean War, 1960s

On 27 June 1953, the United Nations Command (UNC) and North Korean Communist forces signed an armistice ending three years of fighting in Korea. Although the American-led UNC failed to win the entire peninsula, it successfully repelled Communist attacks south of the 38th parallel. Moreover, though contrary to the 1947 Geneva Convention, which mandated the wholesale exchange of all POWs, President Truman’s policy of voluntary repatriation proved highly successful: 47,000 Chinese and North Korean prisoners of war struck a propaganda blow against their Marxist governments by choosing not to return to their homelands.

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