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July 18, 2019

Jul 18 09:36

He was freed after 27 years in prison. Prosecutors had evidence proving he was 'likely innocent' before he was convicted

After serving nearly 28 years in prison, a Philadelphia man was freed after authorities publicly acknowledged that police and prosecutors had evidence that pointed to other suspects.

Jul 18 09:30

Home Birth May Start Babies Off With Health-Promoting Microbes

By Joan Combellick, Yale University

For all of human history, babies have been born where their mothers lived – whether in a house, hut or cave. Only in the last century has birth moved out of the home and into the hospital. How has that changed the types of microbes that live in and on our bodies – collectively known as the microbiome – which we know are vital to human health?...

Jul 18 09:30

NY Times, WaPo blast space program that landed us on moon as 'mostly white and male,' guilty of 'gender bias' — and readers hit back

As the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing approaches Saturday — July 20, 1969 — the New York Times and the Washington Post took the opportunity on Twitter to blast NASA's space program that accomplished the world-changing feat as "mostly white and male" and guilty of "gender bias."

Jul 18 09:25

China to boost imports of Russian soybeans, cutting out US crop exports

China’s Commerce Ministry said on Thursday that Beijing and Moscow are discussing ways to increase bilateral trade, particularly by increasing imports of Russian soybeans and other agricultural products.

Commerce Minister Zhong Shan met with Russian Minister for Economic Development Maxim Oreshkin this week. They agreed to “deepen trade in soybeans” as China looks to diversify supplies away from the United States.

Jul 18 09:25

Someone Attacks Megan Rapinoe Calling Her 'Arrogant', Gets Shut Down By 21 Responses

This summer belongs to Megan Rapinoe. The 33-year-old co-captain of the US women’s soccer team scored six goals as the reigning world champions retained their crown. Her amazing performance in the World Cup has earned Megan the Golden Ball (best overall player) and the Golden Boot (top scorer) awards as well as appearances on talk shows and magazine covers.


Jul 18 09:19

Duterte has certainly changed his tune on China (and the US), and Beijing has no one to blame but themselves.


Jul 18 09:18

Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar introduce resolution aimed at bolstering Israel boycotts

Freshmen Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (Minn.) have introduced a resolution restricting legislative measures to stop boycotts, while promoting it as an endorsement for the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions movement against Israel.

Jul 18 08:59

London Housing Bust: Prices Fall, Sales Plunge to 2009 Level


Jul 18 08:57

Thieves stole $9 from a girl's lemonade stand for charity. Police and neighbors rallied to give her more than $300

In late June, 11-year-old Alizay Kashif set up a lemonade stand in her family's neighborhood in Naperville, Illinois, a suburb on the western outskirts of Chicago.

Jul 18 08:44

DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific

Between 2006 and 2012, opioid drug makers and distributors flooded the country with 76 billion pills of oxycodone and hydrocodone—highly addictive opioid pain medications that sparked the epidemic of abuse and overdoses that killed nearly 100,000 people in that time period.

As the epidemic surged over the seven-year period, so did the supply. The companies increased distribution from 8.4 billion in 2006 to 12.6 billion in 2012, a jump of roughly 50%. In all, the deluge of pills was enough to supply every adult and child in the country with around 36 opioid pills per year. Just a 10-day supply can hook 1 in 5 people into being long-term users, researchers have determined.

The stunning supply figures were first reported by the Washington Post and come from part of a database compiled by the Drug Enforcement Administration that tracked the fate of every opioid pill sold in America, from manufacturers to individual pharmacies.


Jul 18 08:36

2020 Dem Condemns Epstein’s Ex-Law Firm… Holds Fundraiser with Them the Same Day



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Jul 18 08:31

Drupal Patches Critical Bug That Lets Hackers Take Over Sites

The Drupal CMS team has released a security update to address a critical severity access bypass vulnerability in the CMS' core component that could allow attackers to take control of impacted sites.

Only a limited set of websites running on the Drupal CMS are affected according to the security advisory given that the security issue only affects the Drupal 8.7.4 version, with Drupal 8.7.3 and earlier, Drupal 8.6.x and earlier, and Drupal 7.x not being affected.

Jul 18 08:28

Democrats Fall Right Into Trump's Trap, CHAOS Erupts In House Over Tweets


Jul 18 08:03

America Outperforms Canada in Surgery Wait Times—And It’s Not Even Close

By Kevin Pham

Canadian Medicare, our northern neighbor’s universal health care system, generally receives rave reviews from proponents of nationalized or socialized health care, but the Fraser Institute found that more than 63,000 Canadians left their country to have surgery in 2016.

As Americans contemplate overturning our health system in favor of one similar to Canada’s, we must ask why so many leave...

Jul 18 08:03

'F*** the troops!': Unhinged leftist goes on potty-mouthed tirade against military, American flag at ICE facility — um, and pole danced


Jul 18 07:54

4 Ways Employers Respond to Minimum Wage Laws (Besides Laying Off Workers)

By John Phelan

Most of you will be familiar with a supply and demand graph. This shows a demand curve, which graphs the relationship between the price of something and the quantity demanded of that something, as well as a supply curve, which graphs the relationship between the price of something and the quantity supplied of that something. It is probably the most basic—and useful—model in economics.

Whether the something in question is a good or a service, shoes or labor, the basic supply and demand model predicts that, ceteris paribus, an increase/fall in the price of something will lead to a fall/increase in the quantity demanded of that something—this is Econ 101...

Jul 18 07:44

England: Knife Crime Hits New Record High

Jul 18 07:30

CNN pushes narrative that President Trump is racist to group of women. It brutally backfires.



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Jul 18 06:20

This Was NEVER Shown on TV! Tyson knew what was up!

The TRUE Life of IRON MIKE TYSON Behind The Scenes of Boxing Industry

July 17, 2019

Jul 17 21:44

'I'm still waiting for an apology': Reporter demands Boris Johnson says sorry for 'plotting to have him beaten up' claiming the Tory front runner is 'unfit to be PM'

In 1990, Mr Johnson was secretly recorded agreeing to provide Mr Collier's address to friend Darius Guppy, who wanted to arrange for the journalist to have his ribs cracked in revenge for investigating his activities.

In the event no attack took place, and after the recording came to light in 1995, Mr Johnson - who had been the Brussels correspondent of The Daily Telegraph at the time - dismissed the conversation as a joke.

However, Mr Collier, 69, who had been working for the News of the World, told The Guardian that although he had only found out about it long after the fact, it had left him worried for the safety of his family.

Jul 17 18:33

What If Charity Replaced Taxation?

By Jean Vilbert

Is State activity the only or best way to provide services to the poor? Do we have alternatives? How about charity? Couldn’t charity replace taxation? It could—and with solid advantages.

There are four main reasons why this is the case: moral, political, financial, and psychological...

Jul 17 18:20

Printable Material Could Lead to Cheaper Solar Panels and Electronics

Imagine printing electronic devices using a simple inkjet printer — or even painting a solar panel onto the wall of a building.

Such technology would slash the cost of manufacturing electronic devices and enable new ways to integrate them into our everyday lives. Over the last two decades, a type of material called organic semiconductors, made out of molecules or polymers, has been developed for such purposes. But some properties of these materials pose a major hurdle that limits their widespread use...

Jul 17 18:10

4 Sustainable Practices That Will Make Big Changes!

By Sara Tipton

Whether we are climate change activists or skeptics, we can all agree that we should all be doing our part to leave our Earth in the best condition possible. Sustainability isn’t always the easiest thing to accomplish considering our consumerist lifestyle in the U.S., but we’ve come up with four things that can really have an impressive impact and make big changes...

Jul 17 17:58

Get Ready, Because Flamethrower Drones Are Going on Sale Very Soon

By Elias Marat

What could possibly go wrong by releasing a fully functional flamethrower unit that can be attached to flying drones?

Throwflame’s TF-19 WASP is a new fiery appendage that will allow any commercial-grade lightweight lift drone with a payload capacity of five pounds to spit fire as far as 25 feet away. The TF-19 will also be equipped with a one-gallon fuel tank capable of streaming out a steady jet of fire for up to 100 seconds, ensuring that anything targeted by the WASP will be burned to oblivion...

Jul 17 17:56

Trump’s Fight With The Fed Over Interest Rates Is A Scripted Farce

Op-Ed by Brandon Smith

There is a very bizarre narrative being circulated in the mainstream economic media and it goes a little something like this:

“The Federal Reserve has capitulated on liquidity tightening yet the US economy is ‘stronger than ever’, isn’t that weird?”

There are a couple things wrong with this statement. First, the Fed has not yet capitulated on its tightening policy. In fact, we have been hearing since last November from the mainstream media and some alternative media that the Fed was going to lower its Fed Funds Rate and end monthly balance sheet cuts at “any moment”, yet several months later it still has not happened...

Jul 17 16:51

Things Haven’t Always Been This Way

Today’s true tragedy is that most people think what we see today has always been so. As such, today’s Americans accept behavior that our parents and grandparents never would have accepted.

Jul 17 16:39

Liberal Professor Warns: Google Manipulating Voters ‘on a Massive Scale’ (VIDEO)

Dr. Robert Epstein told Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday that Google can manipulate votes by using tools that they have at their disposal exclusively, and that no one can counteract them. Epstein warned the senator of big tech election meddling during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on “Google and Censorship through Search Engines” on Tuesday.

Jul 17 15:42

Wider and wider still: The holocaust alliance’s solicited "anti-Semitism" as a reaction to insufficient supply of "anti-Semitism"

Fernando Guevara says the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s description of all resistance to Zionism as “anti-Semitism” is intended to fulfil the Zionist need for conflict in order to occupy territories, minds and assets.>>

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