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Trump purchases Clinton website, redirects to Trump site

Donald Trump pulled a “jebbush.com” on Hillary, purchasing on of her websites and redirecting it to his own personal campaign site. Visitors to the now defunct www.hillaryclinton.net will now be redirected to www.DonaldJTrump.com as Americans laugh at Trump’s latest comedy to undermine the Democratic Front Runner. In an another article we reported  that Trump bought JebBush.com in a comedy: The Donald has taken his feud with “Jeb” Bush to all new levels, buying the website JebBush.com and converting it into a Donald Trump memorabilia site. This comes to Jeb with the news of terrible new polls that have him sinking down to...

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Woman Throws Bloody Tampon At DMV Worker – Fights Cop As He Tries To Arrest Her

Miami, Florida (satire) –  A 23-year-old Florida woman was arrested after she assaulted a DMV worker with the bloody tampon. The woman claimed she has AIDS. The woman, Kristen Myers approached the desk at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles frustrated that she had been waiting for over 6 hours to get a photo ID. The DMV worker told Myers there was nothing she could do about the wait time and asked her to have a seat. That’s when Myers raised her hand and threw a blood soaked tampon at the workers face. Then she whispered to the woman, “I have AIDS...

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Students practice calligraphy by writing “There is no god but Allah”

A Virginia school district is defending a classroom assignment that required students to practice calligraphy by writing the Muslim statement of faith, “There is no god but Allah. Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.” Female students at Riverheads High School in Staunton, Virginia, were also invited to wear Muslim clothing — a story first reported by The Schilling Show. The school district convened a meeting on Dec. 11th to discuss the assignment with outraged parents. The Muslim-friendly calligraphy assignment took place in a world geography class. The teacher had the kids copy the Muslim statement of faith, also known as...

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Flint, Mich., So much lead in children’s blood, state of emergency is declared

For months, worried parents in Flint, Mich., arrived at their pediatricians’ offices in droves. Holding a toddler by the hand or an infant in their arms, they all have the same question: Are their children being poisoned? To find out, all it takes is a prick of the finger, a small letting of blood. If tests come back positive, the potentially severe consequences are far more difficult to discern. That’s how lead works. It leaves its mark quietly, with a virtually invisible trail. But years later, when a child shows signs of a learning disability or behavioral issues, lead’s prior...

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Thai Man May Go to Prison for Insulting King’s Dog

BANGKOK — Thailand’s strict laws making it a crime to insult the monarchy entered new territory on Monday when a factory worker was charged with disparaging the king’s dog. In a case brought in a Thai military court, the worker, Thanakorn Siripaiboon, was charged with making a “sarcastic” Internet post related to the king’s pet. He also faces separate charges of sedition and insulting the king. Mr. Thanakorn could face a total of 37 years in prison for his social media posts, highlighting what has become a feverish campaign to protect the monarchy and rebuff critics of the country’s military...

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Islamic State now equipped with a NATO air force?

Within the past two weeks Turkish F-16s have shot down a Russian SU-24 bomber and a US-led coalition airstrike has hit a military base controlled by the Syrian Arab Army. It begs the question: are these people actually insane? ISIS could not have had a better two weeks than these past two if it had its own air force. But with the US and Turkey among its ‘enemies’ it appears they don’t need one, for those countries have been doing its job for them. How else are we to explain the strikes carried out by both countries, not against ISIS...

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Ground In Los Angeles Moving Sideways!

A bizarre event took place in Los Angeles, CA Saturday (11/21/15), as the ground began moving sideways in slow-motion, and rising 15-feet in a mere 4-hours. The roads in some areas were destroyed, which took down utility poles and wrecked infrastructure. The two mile stretch of Vasquez Canyon Road was closed until further notice. “It is important to note that, according to the US Geological Survey, no earthquakes have taken place during this time, to account for this type of land deformation. About 3 hours later [began 12:08pm], at 3:36 PM, the road had become clearly deformed from ground movement; yet there is...

The Pendleton Raccoon may share many traits with this common raccoon. 0

Drunk Sailor Wrangles Raccoon, Regrets It

  Drunk Sailor Wrangles Raccoon, Regrets It In the early hours of September 15th, a Naval officer stationed at Camp Pendleton stepped out of a bar and into the Oceanside, California darkness. The man, whose name does not appear in any report, entered his car, where he sat briefly in the driver’s seat. The vehicle, which was equipped with a breathalyzer interlock system, did not start. This would suggest the man was too intoxicated to legally drive. The unnamed sailor left his vehicle on foot towards a nearby park, where he came upon a creature, described as a raccoon. According to the official report (scanned...

Smoke rises after airstrikes by military jets in Talbiseh, Homs province Photo: AP 0

Russian Airstrikes Kill US-Supported Syrian Rebels

Russian Airstrikes Kill US-Supported Syrian Rebels Russia continues its second day of ground offensive strikes against the terrorist organization ISIS, as news now emerges that jets have bombed US-supported Syrian rebels as well as other civilians. The areas targeted by Russian air-strikes were known to be rebel positions including some rural parts northwest of the town of Jisr al-Shughhour. While Russian officials claim ignorance to the bombing which killed Free Syrian Army leader Captain Iyad al-Deek, critics point out that the alleged targets in this two-day strike have not yet included any known ISIL camps. U.S. Senator John McCain told CNN: “Their initial...

Jessica Vazquez, left, hugs her aunt, Leticia Acaraz, as they await word on Acaraz's daughter after a deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College, in Roseburg, Ore., on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. (Andy Nelson/The Register-Guard via AP) 1

BREAKING: Oregon School Shooting – 13 Dead, Multiple Injured

BREAKING: Oregon School Shooting – 13 Dead, Multiple Injured Another mass shooting in the United States has occurred in a town approximately 70 miles south of Eugene, Oregon. According to officials, a gunman opened fire at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg just before 10:40 AM Thursday morning. Nine agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were rushed in, arriving on the scene at around 11:29 AM, with the shooting suspect downed by law enforcement at around 11:38 AM local time. Wounded were transported to both Eugene and Riverbend hospitals. So far 16 have been reported dead, with...

Edward Snowden joined Twitter today. (Twitter) 0

@Snowden Joins Twitter.

@Snowden Joins Twitter. Prompted by a suggestion from a recent interview with celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Edward Snowden has hit the popular social media outlet with record impact. His ‘confirmed’ account, @Snowden, gained over 300,000 followers in just under two hours (sitting at just over 813,000 followers as of the time of this article). Some reports emerged today with people surprisingly followed by the NSA outlaw, only to see that he publicly only follows one account: @NSAGov. His bold move was followed by this tweet: Can you hear me now? — Edward Snowden (@Snowden) September 29, 2015 Other tweets...

Tropical Storm Joaquin as of earlier this afternoon. (The Weather Channel) 0

East Coast Braces for Flooding as Tropical Storm Brews in Atlantic

East Coast Braces for Flooding as Tropical Storm Brews in Atlantic (Atlantic Ocean) A 125-mile-wide tropical storm is escalating in the Atlantic, as weather experts expect it to upgrade to a full-blown hurricane over the next 24 hours. Tropical storm Joaquin is currently at 70 mph (5 mph increase over past 4 hours) and has already jumped to 990 millibars in barometric pressure, a tell-tale sign of increasing windspeeds to come. Though the storm is expected to weaken over the weekend, eastern-coastal areas of the United States from North Carolina to New England are bracing for a potential impact. Some models...