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The Word from Brazil

February 26, 2015

Email this pageWhen was the last time you heard or read anything about Brazil? Well, you may be surprised about news from there. Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Alan Caruba The carnival in Rio de Janeiro from February 13 through the 17th was one heck of a party. It was celebrated by the locals, plus […]

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The Week Ahead in the House and Senate 2/23/15

February 23, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin Here’s the Scoop from our Hill Sources:  Congress is back from its President’s Day recess, in time to work on Homeland Security appropriations, which expires on Friday, Feb. 27. The big sticking point in the Senate is whether to fund the President’s immigration executive actions. The House will hold two […]

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Fresh leak of radioactive water into the sea detected at Fukushima nuclear power plant

February 22, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin Fresh leak of radioactive water into the sea detected at Fukushima nuclear power plant Leak of highly radioactive water from Fukushima into the Pacific Ocean Contamination levels 50-70 times greater than the already-high status Gutter from plant to the sea has since been shut and levels have dropped By […]

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Republic of Texas

February 18, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin Don’t mess with Texas. RT travels to the Republic of Texas and meets Texans who are proud of their heritage, embrace self-reliance and are ready to live by what they preach, even if it strays from the norms of mainstream American society. Follow VeronicaCoffin Like this:Like Loading…

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Terrifying microbe map of New York’s subway system reveals superbugs, anthrax and bubonic plague

February 5, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by: Veronica Coffin Terrifying microbe map of New York’s subway system reveals superbugs, anthrax and bubonic plague Dr Chris Mason and his colleagues swabbed subway system for 18 months Scientists mapped 466 stations and found 15,000 types of microbes Germs associated with bubonic plague and dysentery found at 3 stations  Nearly half […]

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If You’ve Downloaded One of These Apps, Your Android Device Could Be at Risk for the Next Big Security Threat

February 4, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Jon Street If you’re an Android user who likes to try new apps, your smartphone could be at risk for the next big security threat. The Prague-based antivirus provider Avast says it received a tip earlier this week that certain apps available on GooglePlay might be infected with […]

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Incredible video of GIANT octopus excaping via small hole on a ship

February 4, 2015

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If You’re Looking for An Alternative (Clean) SuperBowl Halftime Program – Check This!

February 1, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Brooke McGowan Looking for an alternative to the normal crazy that is the halftime performance of the Super Bowl? Some have expressed dismay over the years at how the halftime program has digressed into a strange display no longer suitable for children who undoubtedly watch the major football […]

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An Auschwitz Anniversary

January 28, 2015

Email this page70 years ago Russian troops liberated Auschwitz, one of six Nazi death camps that killed six million European Jews and five million others deemed enemies of the state. Now we are facing a new fascist enemy that intends to dominate the world. Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Alan Caruba There was some serious […]

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The 7 Most Ridiculous Perks of Working at Facebook

January 26, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Elly Maye This list will make you wish you worked for Mark Zuckerberg. Sadly. Facebook is a tool that the majority of people use. In fact, you’re probably viewing this post after being sent to it from a Facebook page. So there’s no question that the wealth accumulated […]

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VIDEO: Finally Something From MicroSoft That Is REALLY Exciting

January 24, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin Microsoft HoloLens seamlessly blends high-definition holograms with your real world Holograms will improve the way you do things every day, and enable you to do things you’ve never done before. We’re not usually subject to hyperbole but this is awesome! You may think that Microsoft’s HoloLens is just another […]

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America: When Politicians Were Unapologetic

January 23, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin   Once upon a time our politicians didn’t tend to apologize for our country’s prior actions, here’s a refresher on how some of our former patriots handled negative comments about our country.   JFK’S Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, was in France in the early 60’s when DeGaulle decided […]

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8 American History Books That Will Blow Your Mind

January 22, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Joshua Krause It should come as no surprise that the history we are exposed to in school is bland, awkward, and sterile. The people who are directly responsible for building the world we live in today, have been rendered into stereotypes and two-bit characters. Their stories have been […]

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Following Gray State Screenwriter’s Death, Watch Uncut Version of Gray State Here

January 21, 2015

Email this pageSubmitted by:  Veronica Coffin By Tim Brown On Monday, it was reported the Gray State screenwriter David Crowley, his wife and five-year-old daughter were found dead in their home in what police are calling a “murder-suicide.” While the case is still under investigation, a rough cut of the full length movie has just […]

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