Online gamers may be what saves the U.S. from cyberattacks, if the Pentagon’s research group can enlist enough volunteers.
A rich teenager in Texas who killed four people while driving under the influence of drugs and drink got a slap on the wrist after his lawyers argued he was the victim of “affluenza.”
Ethan Couch received 10 years probation — rather than the possible 20-year jail term he faced as a result of his irresponsible actions.
His lawyers said the 16-year-old had been so spoiled by his doting and affluent parents he had no idea of the consequence of his actions or the concept of taking responsibility for what he did. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Paul Moseley)
This is BULLSHIT
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Connecticut has become a pioneer in food labeling as it is the first state to pass legislation to make companies say if their products contain genetically modified organisms or GMOs.
In his continuing effort to expose the secular left’s “War on Christmas,”Â Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly reported on a rather disheartening story about ESPN’s refusal to air a Christmas ad from SSMÂ Cardinal Glennon, a Catholic children’s medical center in St. Louis, because it featured the name of “God” and “Jesus.”
Russia asserts in his annual state of the nation address that it takes a morally superior world-view to the West and defended its Conservatives values
The Washington Post (WaPo) is asking readers to submit their “gun violence” stories for the first anniversary of the heinous crime at Sandy Hook Elementary.