Meow Murder


Since it’s Friday–and since I wanted to write something, anything, that didn’t involve a sex pervert–I figured I would search the realms of weird news on the internet to see if I could find some inspiration.  It didn’t take long before I came across a story so bizarre, I’m surprised it didn’t happen in Florida. You’ve heard of murder, most foul...

Japan to Host First Asia CPAC Conference


CPAC, or the Conservative Political Action Conference, is going global. It was revealed recently that the annual conservative confab annually held in D.C. every winter — with occasional regional stops— is being held in Japan from December 16-17, 2017. Conservative Political Action Conferencehttps://t.co/3lpsOMyMShこのCPACが史上初めて、日本に上陸します。これがJ-CPAC 2017です。アジアでも史上初めてのCPACになります。皆さま、ご期待ください — J...

Amelia Earhart Photo Debunked, But History Channel May Have Debunked Global Warming Concern


The History Channel special on Amelia Earhart this week fell flat with respect to finding the fate of the famed aviatrix, but, in addition to discrediting The History Channel, the special may have also helped debunk a major concern of climate change alarmists. The evidence for the survival of Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan was largely based on photograph. Ironically, it is a History Channel...

Could a Newly Unearthed Photo Solve the Amelia Earhart Mystery?


Eighty years ago this week, pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific Ocean, and for all of those eight decades, their disappearance has been the source of plenty of speculation and rumors. The theories surrounding the Earhart mystery include hypotheses that she became a spy for the American government, that she became the infamous Tokyo Rose...

VIDEO: North Korea Ups The Ante With ‘Nuclear-Capable’ Missile Threat To Japan


The North Koreans are experts at brinksmanship, as much as they’re neophytes at social media. In their latest provocation, the Norks have tested a new missile, its official KCNA news agency reported was called the Hwasong-12. The missile flew 787 km (nearly 500 miles) on a nearly-vertical trajectory and reached an altitude of 2,111 km (1,312 miles). Analysts believe that the missile, fired...

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