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Oh no: New Planned Parenthood video includes lovely review of the day’s available body parts

- Jul 30, 2015

Rob and I agreed that neither of us really had the stomach for this one, but we needed to deal with it and you needed to see it. So he’s working on Hillary’s disdain for your intelligence and I’m left with the task of showing you this.



Hillary says her ‘greatest weakness’ is getting frustrated by people who don’t ‘understand’ how righ

- Jul 30, 2015

Haven’t heard of a website called “TheSkimm?” Don’t worry about it. Basically it’s a blog that puts together a daily rundown of news stories. It’s sort of like the Daily Briefings compiled by our own Clark Barrow, but it’s less in depth and less focused on politics.



More “Stimulus” is Not the Answer

- Jul 30, 2015

Storm clouds are forming over Canada’s economy. Largely in part to a dramatic drop in world oil prices, Canada’s economy shrank during the first half of 2015. The drop was small – approximately 0.5 per cent – but a drop nonetheless. And with a federal election call possibly imminent, politicians are naturally looking for ways to convince the voting public that they are “taking action” to “boost” Canada’s economy.



Judge blocks release of new Planned Parenthood videos(video)

- Jul 30, 2015

Preventing a pro-life group from releasing a video.



GOP debate #1: Issues and answers, or jump on Trump?

- Jul 30, 2015

With the first Republican presidential debate just a week away, Donald Trump’s surge in popularity as a candidate has heightened the anticipation of what might happen. Most media people are wondering if Trump will be a pit bull or just a mild-mannered bulldog.







No income inequality crisis in Canada when it’s properly measured

- Jul 30, 2015

TORONTO—Canada has only seen modest increases in income inequality among families, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.



Robert Mugabe shares bed with teenaged son when I’m away: Grace

- Jul 30, 2015

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe often turns to his teenage last born son, Bellarmine Chatunga, for a bedroom companion – when his wife is away from home.



Kenya’s missing billions

- Jul 30, 2015

Only 1% of Kenyan government spending can be properly accounted for, according to a report by the country’s auditor-general released only a few days after US President Barack Obama warned that corruption was holding the country back.



The challenge of mining rare-earth materials outside China

- Jul 30, 2015

Five years ago, the cost of rare-earth materials that are critical for today’s electronics went through the roof. An export quota set by China, which mines most of the world’s rare earths, caused the price run-up. Though short-lived, the occurrence spurred calls for developing mines outside China, but whether others can challenge the country’s dominance remains to be seen, reports Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.



How Rich Corporate Elites Are Lobbying Lawmakers to Crush Marriage Advocates

- Jul 30, 2015

What do you do when you can’t persuade the American people to embrace your values?







Figuring out how to make tastier wines using fewer pesticides

- Jul 30, 2015

Wine-making is steeped in age-old traditions, but to address the threat of pests and concerns over heavy pesticide use, vintners are turning to science. With the goal of designing better grape breeds, scientists are parsing the differences between wild American grapes — which make terrible wine but are pest-resistant — and the less hardy grape species pressed for fine wines worldwide. They report their findings in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.



Planned Parenthood: Serving mankind from dust to dessert

- Jul 30, 2015

Many baby boomers will recall the classic 1962 Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man, about a seemingly benevolent alien race of giants coming to earth to solve the ills of mankind. Although some people were initially suspicious of the aliens’ intentions, their skepticism was assuaged when the aliens shared their advanced technology and made the earth a better place to live, stopping wars and increasing the food harvests of the planet. Soon, regular flights to the aliens’ home planet were arranged for the masses. Scenes showed countless people excitedly boarding space ships for the vacation of a lifetime. (Spoiler alert). A book left by the aliens, titled To Serve Man, was ultimately deciphered by government cryptographers and it was determined to be… a cook book.



Toward a safe antiobesity drug that could block fat absorption

- Jul 30, 2015

To help address the global obesity epidemic, scientists are developing a new class of compounds called “micelle sequestrant polymers,” or MSPs, that could prevent fat particles from getting absorbed in the body and thus potentially reduce weight gain. They report on their novel agents, which they tested on mice, in the ACS journal Biomacromolecules.



Geraldo Rivera explains the position of liberal Jews toward Iran

- Jul 30, 2015

As much as can be generalized, Jews have traditionally been liberal. This can be explained by the fact that Jews have been persecuted throughout history and they tend to identify with people and groups that are or appear to be marginalized.

With the rise of the new anti-Semitism on the left under the guise of being anti-Israel but holding Israel to a different standard than other countries with serious human rights abuses, it is hard to understand how liberal Jews can still support the left. This has become more apparent with the agreement reached with the United States and Iran that pretty well assures the Persian nation will acquire nuclear weapons. Iran does not hesitate in expressing the opinion that Israel should be wiped off the map.



New Report Confirms Findings of Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi

- Jul 30, 2015

Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi (CCB) member Clare Lopez, believes that in 2011 Hillary Clinton’s State Department was orchestrating its own gun running operation to the Libyan rebels—and that arms dealer Marc Turi has been set up to take the fall for these “illicit arms deals.”

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