You’d swear iOTW readers were turned loose in the comment section. They are brutal.
If you were still rooting for Perry, check out who his newest advisers are. Hint: One is notorious for doing the hit job on Palin during the ’08 campaign.
One critic of the government’s adoption of “discovery-based learning,” Ken Porteous, a retired engineering professor, put it bluntly: “There is nothing to discover. The tried and true methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division work just fine as they have for centuries.
Not a fan, but this was too good not to share. I will give the governor credit for being quick thinking or at lease employing those who are.
June has Alzheimer’s disease. Her husband thought of a great gift that could potentially help her out. He looked up Alzheimer’s Service dogs and found one that he thought would be a perfect companion for his wife. The very first moment they meet is just an incredible thing to see.
Not sure who this crew is, but they probably speak for the bulk of the population…
Participants got a box of free vegetables, meats and bread worth $100 until 12:00 p.m.–or until supplies lasted.
Those who didn’t want to stand in line could wait in their car for the drive-thru portion of the event.
Read the comments!
If you’re one of the lucky ones, and your congress critter is having a real, physical town hall meeting, axe him/her these questions.
It’s unfortunate, but sometimes food can be way more complicated than we usually think.
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Former CIA deputy director Mike Morell says that he worries that ISIS could be training Americans and other westerners on how to carry out small scale attacks in America.
Specifically, Morell says it wouldn’t surprise him if an ISIS member showed up in one of our malls with an AK-47 to kill a handful of Americans. He also worries about more long-term 9/11 style threats from ISIS as well.
ABC staged actors in a Brooklyn grocery store to see how customers would react to a bagger with Down syndrome being berated. What would you do?
Chumley’s attorney, Kevin Ford, said it’s a miracle anyone survived the impacts.
“If you have an object the size and weight of a microwave striking you in the vehicle, certainly it’s going to endanger your life, may even take your life,” said Ford.
According to court documents filed Wednesday in Washington state, where he is accused of killing three other men, Ali Muhammad Brown said he considered it his mission to murder 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin as an act of “vengeance” for innocent lives lost in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Iran.
CBS This Morning on Thursday offered something Americans rarely see on network television: A thoroughly positive look at guns and the affinity women have for shooting.
Rush, is that you?
Georgia Gorringe said it took her five years to write the tale of a woman who listens to talk radio and is turned on by the voice of a man she hears.
They’re coming to get Harry Reid. Harry Reid’s reelection is more than two years off, but the Koch brothers’ political machine is already methodically laying the groundwork that will be used to try to take him out.
Remember Barack Obama telling his followers to always “bring a gun to a knife fight”? Like good subjects do, his supporters in Texas obeyed. Friday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry was indicted on two counts of abuse of power.
During the eons of time during which Democrats have owned that office, they have launched at least two malicious political prosecutions.