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Ford Introduces New “Law-Abiding” Car in Europe

Ford S-MAX

Ford just introduced the new S-MAX in Europe. Its newest feature is that it will detect speed limits and automatically follow them, no matter how fast the driver wants to go: Ford’s Intelligent Speed Limiter tech will first appear on

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Catholic Church in San Francisco Was Pouring Cold Water on the Homeless

Homeless Lazarus and Dives

St. Mary’s Catholic Church in San Francisco had an odd way of making sure homeless people didn’t sleep in front of its doors—it had a timed sprinkler system that dumped cold water in its doorways: . . . The principal

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Obamas Fly to LA on Different Planes on the Same Day

Obamas on Air Force One

There are times when my wife and I can’t get on quite the same schedule, and we have to travel in two cars to the same destination at different times in a single day. But I don’t think we would

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Gallup Poll: What’s America’s No. 1 Problem? … The Answer Might Surprise You

government is the problem

If you were to base your understanding of what’s wrong with America on the media, what do you think you would cite as America’s No. 1 problem? Racism? Global Warming? Terrorism? The economy? Immigration? Health Care? Nope. According to a

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Dems Silent on “NAACP Bomber” who Didn’t Target the NAACP After All

parade float

A disgruntled Colorado man tried causing some damage with a makeshift pipe bomb using commercially available explosives and a gas canister. Apparently, the canister failed to ignite, and not a whole lot even happened. In fact, the only reason this

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Hitler Collectibles So Hot Right Now

hitler painting

A painting by a certain “A. Hitler” just sold at auction for $35,235. That was more than three times the price fetched at the same auction for a drawing by Pablo Picasso: It sold for more than three times the

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Texas Man Sentenced to Life in Prison After 10th DWI

Official U.S. Navy photo released by Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Marianas Public Affairs Officer, LT. A. Chisholm.

After being arrested in his 10th DWI incident since 1981, 64-year-old Bobby Gene Martin is finally being taken off the streets. A jury has sentenced him to two life sentences: The jury came back with its guilty verdict after three

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Brian Williams Finally Recants His Shot-Down Helicopter Tale

Brian Williams Career in Flames

Maybe it’s because Brian Williams constantly has a smug, pseudo-intellectual look on his face, but his most recent confession of journalistic wrongdoing filled me with quite a bit of mirth. Apparently that story that he and NBC have been peddling,

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Test Subjects Felt Separation Anxiety … Over Their iPhones?

iPhone IV Separation Anxiety

According to a new study, people separated from their smart phones feel separation anxiety: To conduct the study, researchers told participants that the purpose of the experiment was to test the reliability of a new wireless blood pressure cuff. The

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New Year’s Celebration Horror in Shanghai, China as 36 are Killed in Stampede

stampede

A horrible situation played out in the midst of celebration on New Years Eve as 36 people were killed in a stampede of people in Shanghai. Another 47 victims were injured for what seems to be no reason at all.

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Vile Race Hustlers Trying To Use The Pantaleo Exoneration To Invalidate The Wilson Exoneration

police line do not cross

Recent events have been an opportunity for race hustlers. Two weeks, two hearings, two grand juries, two potential crimes, two exonerations, anger, and violent mass protests. The proximity of the exonerations of Officer Darren Wilson, and Officer Daniel Pantaleo have

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Study: Air Dryers More Unsanitary than Paper Towels

Air Dryers

A study by Leeds University paid for by the paper industry (hmmmm) indicates that the air around air dryers is 27 times more saturated with bacteria than the air around paper towel dispensers. Apparently, if this study is to be

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