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The fossil fuel industry announces their greatest achievement yet: technology that allows trees to run on gas generators.
ISIS has taken to Craigslist to demand an employee that will make them a new Twitter they cannot be banned from.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor landed a new job at a major investment bank. Here is the cover letter that got him the job.
Recently The Intercept published a piece based on leaks from Edward Snowden that showed the National Security Agency has been secretly developing a Google-like search engine that can be used to filter through the 850 billion records of phone calls, emails, cellphone locations, and internet chats they have collected on suspected terrorists and innocent Americans caught up in their information drag nets. Here are some of the most popular searches.
President Obama addressed the nation this week to give his thoughts on the recent beheading of American photojournalist James Foley by the terrorist group ISIL. While Obama’s speech was filled with anger towards the horrible acts this extremest group has been committing, here is Obama’s first draft of the speech which is filled with even more rage than the version he ultimately went with.
The Ferguson Police Dept. tries to get the National Guard up to speed on the tactics they have been using to control the protests in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown.
This week’s SpeechJAM features Michigan Congressman Justin Amash’s victory speech after winning a brutal Republican primary campaign against Pete Hoekstra and Brian Ellis.
The CIA has released material they extracted when searching Senator Feinstein’s personal computer. Here is some of what they found.
To an outside observer the conflicts that boiled over last week in Gaza and the disputed area of Donestk, Ukraine, may seem absurd. An ignorant person may even ask, ‘How can it be justified for human lives to be lost just so that other humans can have some piece of land? Land is too stupid to even be able to think.” But, upon learning the facts, any reasonable person will realize that land is always more valuable than any living human. Lets take a reminder look at what makes land worth so much more than a human life.