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Two years after his release, the Lockerbie bomber is still alive and kicking and claims he was a victim of a conspiracy

July 26, 2011

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They must have some great health care in Libya given this man was only supposed to have three months to live when he was released from a Scottish prison: Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the ailing Lockerbie bomber freed by Scotland nearly two years ago, showed up on Libyan TV Tuesday at a pro-government rally in Tripoli.[…]   The British […]

Global warming message terrorizes Australian kids

July 8, 2011

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It seems the global warming crowd in Australia  has been screaming its message so loud it’s ended up traumatizing the poor kids : On the eve of Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s carbon tax package announcement, psychologists and scientists said the lessons were alarmist, created unneeded anxiety among school children and endangered their mental health. […] Australian National University’s […]

It’s a monkey invasion!

July 8, 2011

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A little humor… First, they learn how to walk through automatic doors. Then, the  next thing you know is they’ll be asking their bigger, badder relatives to lock us up in cages. If  you’re ever in New Delhi and have to go to the hospital, you might want to check under your doctor’s mask to make sure he’s human: Doctors at […]

Crocodiles and tortoises on a plane

June 2, 2011

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Well, they didn’t actually make it on to a plane but were found stuffed in four suitcases in the Bangkok airport, all 431 of them. Thai customs authorities say 431 turtles and other rare reptiles were stuffed into four suitcases and smuggled into the Bangkok airport. Gharials – a type of crocodile native to India […]

Obama caves to Chavez on ambassador pick

January 3, 2011

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After President Obama showed a promise of backbone by revoking the visa of Venezuela’s ambassador over the Larry Palmer nomination, it looks as if he’s going to handle the ongoing standoff in classic Obama style, by caving to Chavez’s wishes: The Obama administration says it may nominate a new ambassador to Venezuela after its previous choice […]

Blog News of Note — September 22, 2010

September 22, 2010

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News stories and commentary not to be missed: While speaking at the United Steelworkers union hall, the Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, Chris Redfern, called TEA party people “f—ers.”  The smell of fear and desperation is overpowering this year from the Democrats. USA Today:  Al-Qaeda claims kidnapping of 5 French in Niger USA Today:  Scientists […]

Arizona ICE Operation Nets 102 Gang Members…Most are Illegal Immigrants

August 25, 2010

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[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=arizona+immigration&iid=9456985″ src=”http://view.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9456985/undocumented-immigrants/undocumented-immigrants.jpg?size=500&imageId=9456985″ width=”380″ height=”248″ /] From MyFoxPhoenix: PHOENIX – A six-day initiative in Arizona has netted 102 suspects with ties to 19 different street gangs — most of whom are in the country illegally. The gang crackdown, which took place in Phoenix and Yuma, was led by ICE and Homeland Security. ‘Operation […]