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The Eagle Has Landed, Apollo 11 Mission 45 years later

The Eagle Has Landed, Apollo 11 Mission 45 years later

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Alex Magdaleno  Mashable Forty-five years ago, humankind made a giant leap. On July 20, 1969, the spaceflight Apollo 11 landed on the moon, and American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the lunar surface. Apollo 11, the fifth manned mission in…

Bill Gates to Lay Off 18,000: Makes Room for Illegals

Bill Gates to Lay Off 18,000: Makes Room for Illegals

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Microsoft is laying off 18,000 workers.  This is the same Microsoft, AKA Bill Gates, who has been pushing for more immigration because he desperately needs more workers.  First, we learned that was a bold face lie because there are only 105,000 new Stem (Science, technology, engineering, math) jobs…

Exclusive: An odd discrepancy in the IRS targeting scandal

Exclusive: An odd discrepancy in the IRS targeting scandal

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Although the House Ways and Means Committee has been diligently keeping notes on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeting scandal, a recent statement made by the committee contradicts previous reporting, opening the door to questions as to whether the investigation is really just a dog and pony show. The statement…

Germany ‘may revert to typewriters’ to counter hi-tech espionage

Germany ‘may revert to typewriters’ to counter hi-tech espionage

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Typewriter on bench The ultimate counter-espionage tool? Photograph: Corbis German politicians are considering a return to manual typewriters for sensitive documents in the wake of the US surveillance scandal. The head of the Bundestag's parliamentary enquiry into NSA activity in Germany said in an interview with the Morgenmagazin…

Third Pakistani Plutonium Production Reactor Operational (This is Weapons Grade Stuff)

Third Pakistani Plutonium Production Reactor Operational (This is Weapons Grade Stuff)

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Pakistan Khushab Nuclear Reactor Facility JNN 10 July 2014 ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s third plutonium-producing reactor is in service at its Khushab nuclear site, according to the International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM), and is likely to have already produced fuel. The IPFM is “an independent group of arms-control…

Behold, one man’s hellish nightmare while trying to cancel his cable TV service

Behold, one man’s hellish nightmare while trying to cancel his cable TV service

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insert picture Comcast apologizes for Kafka-esque 'customer service' CFP Columnist | Comments | Print friendly | Subscribe Most Americans will tell you that, in terms of providing sheer amounts of irritation, the cell phone company and the cable company are locked in a never-ending battle.  They almost invariably…

Viva La Raza: Obama’s Immigration Czar Should Be Scrutinized

Viva La Raza: Obama’s Immigration Czar Should Be Scrutinized

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Back in January of 2012 Cecilia Munoz was announced as the new Director of the Domestic Policy Council, hired specifically for her expertise in immigration policy. She now serves as the director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, Obama’s Immigration czar . Prior to joining Obama’s cast…

What the Military Did While Benghazi Burned

What the Military Did While Benghazi Burned

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Could Two American Lives Have Been Saved? By Connie Cass WASHINGTON (AP) -- One by one, behind closed doors, military officers explained what they did and didn't do the night the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, burned. Together their 30 hours of testimony to congressional investigators gives…

By 2050, 70% Of World’s Population Will Live In Cities

By 2050, 70% Of World’s Population Will Live In Cities

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The photos below show the two faces of Detroit. Urban sprawls are known for art, culture, great restaurants and crime, poverty, overcrowding, diseases, depressed living conditions. In the United States, with our vast land masses, we always had the dream of living spread out in rural and suburban…

USDA Hires Environmentalist Food Activist to Oversee Dietary Guidelines

USDA Hires Environmentalist Food Activist to Oversee Dietary Guidelines

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USDA intern / AP The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has hired an environmental nutrition consultant to oversee its Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, which has already faced criticism for introducing climate change into nutrition policy. Angela Tagtow was named executive director of the USDA’s Center for Nutrition Policy…

Report: Zuckerberg’s Connections, Millions Couldn’t Defeat Tea Party on Amnesty

Report: Zuckerberg’s Connections, Millions Couldn’t Defeat Tea Party on Amnesty

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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's connections and millions could not defeat the Tea Party to pass comprehensive amnesty legislation this year.  Politico concluded that "Zuckerberg’s immigration reform push had all the capital, connections and star power to merit success," but "not even Silicon Valley could make this investment —…

UN Confirms Obama’s Good Rebels Did Have Nerve Gas

UN Confirms Obama’s Good Rebels Did Have Nerve Gas

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Cylinders found in rebel-controlled area in Syria contained prohibited gas - OPCW Cylinders found in rebel-controlled area in Syria contained prohibited gas - OPCW © Photo: East News The United Nations and Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ joint mission in Syria has confirmed that two abandoned…

Climate McCarthyism: The Scandal Grows

Climate McCarthyism: The Scandal Grows

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Professor Lennart Bengtsson - the scientist at the heart of the "Climate McCarthyism" row - has hit back at his critics by accusing them of suppressing one of his studies for political reasons. The paper, which Prof Bengtsson wrote with four co-authors, suggested that climate is probably less…

Obama’s Border Crisis

Obama’s Border Crisis

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It’s hard to imagine a more apt summation of the lunatic state of the nation’s immigration debate than this week’s split screen. In Washington, most respectable opinion lined up, yet again, to condemn Republicans for not passing an amnesty under the guise of defunct-for-now “comprehensive immigration reform.” Meanwhile,…

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