Rolling Stone to be Sued By Fraternity Over Debunked Gang Rape Article

Just like we live in a racist culture, we also live in a rape culture. Or so everyone loves telling me. The media loves race and rape stories. There’s no getting around that. But Rolling Stone may have allowed a good story to get in the way of the truth. And they might be paying […]

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Ford Introduces New “Law-Abiding” Car in Europe

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 the new Ford S-Max that’s launching in Europe that could just change the way that […]

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

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 church of the San Francisco Roman Catholic Archdiocese used the watering system to keep the homeless […]

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Obamas Fly to LA on Different Planes on the Same Day

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 ever fly on two different planes to the same location on the same day. That’s […]

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

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 recent Gallup poll, the No. 1 problem with America is … government: Government has been […]

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Hitler Collectibles So Hot Right Now

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 $9,500 winning bid for an original Picasso sketch, a whimsical signed drawing in red crayon […]

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Texas Man Sentenced to Life in Prison After 10th DWI

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 hours of deliberation. And throughout the proceedings, the jury had no idea that Martin had […]

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