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James Riordan‘s current events article series, “A Well Thought-Out Scream”

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Sending Spies into Churches: It seems as though the line between church and state is getting blurrier all the time.  First we had the Mayor of Houston demanding that that city’s pastors turn in their sermon to her office for approval (an order later rescinded) and now we have the

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You remember those funny political cartoons showing a bunch of Korean soldiers carrying a nuclear weapon on their shoulders and trying to throw it at America?  The joke was that it really doesn’t matter of Korea has the bomb because they don’t the ability to deliver the payload to United

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Implanted Microchips Let the Ant-Christ Polka Begin!  Workers in Stockholm are now opening locked doors via implanted microchips in their hands.  The radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip is made from Pyrex glass and contains an antenna and microchip, with no need for batteries.  It is about 12 mm long and injected with

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Hadron Collier Experiment
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HADRON COLLIDER The Hadron Collider is a spectacular ‘atom smasher’ located at the CERN centre in Geneva, Switzerland.  It is about to be adjusted to its maximum energy levels in an attempt to discover miniature black holes.  The problem is that it’s possible the experiment will actually create one or

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In many of today’s most populated cities, there’s hardly any room for people, much less wildlife.  It’s becoming more and more difficult to provide any kind of real habitat for animals in these areas and, though the illustration below may look like something out of a science fiction movie, it

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A new book called Corrupt Illinois: Patronage, Cronyism, and Criminality maintains that Illinois is one of the most corrupt states in the union. And Chicago is “undoubtedly the most corrupt city in our nation,” says authors Dick Simpson and Thomas Gradel.   Sure, four of our last nine governors went to jail, but I

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ISIS extremists destroyed a museum in Mosul, Iraq that contained 3,000 year-old artworks that many historians deemed priceless.  The militants used  sledgehammers and power drills to destroy statues that some said “promoted idolatry.  The same group recently ruined thousands of books at the Mosul Public Library In this picture an

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          So say your boss calls you at 10 a.m. and says he needs you in Hong Kong for a five o’clock meeting?  Soon you will have to agree to be there because a new jet powered by the Reaction Engines SABRE system could easily get you there

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  The New York Police Department says that its new crowd control unit will not be equipped with machines guns. This statement was in response to recent remarks made by New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton when he introduced the new Strategic Response Groups or SRG which is designed

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Though he is the world’s richest man and he made that fortune from technology, that doesn’t mean Bill Gates embrace everty new technological breakthrough as a step forward for mankind. In a recent Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), Microsoft’s former CEO answered questions that included a number relating to robotic

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