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California to bring back net neutrality… but only for California

Now that net neutrality has ended and the internet’s been shut down, hordes of confused peasants roam America’s formerly bustling highways on foot, trudging along as they stare forlornly at their now-useless mobile devices which used to connect them to the rest of the world. …

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“The whole family is in transition”: All four members of Arizona family are transgender

Yes, there are still a few “um, what?” stories left in 2017. The tale of the adult couple here isn’t that unusual, I’d guess. They met after each had already switched genders and long after one had already given birth to the two children. It …

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HGTV star comes under fire for sexual misconduct

HGTV, the network channel known for home improvement and do-it-yourself shows has now entered the pervnado universe. (I love that term coined by Allahpundit and have been waiting to use it.)  Some of the network’s shows have an almost cult-like following. An article in the …

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Philly banning bulletproof glass for shop owners can’t possibly end badly, right?

Something is going on in the City of Brotherly Love which doesn’t make much sense at first glance. The City Council has approved legislation which will allow Licenses & Inspections (L&I) to mandate certain changes to local eateries known as “beer delis” or force them …

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Navy pilots encountered strange object that was faster than an F/A-18

Maybe you clicked on this story thinking this was going to be some goofy Star Wars parody or a video published by Art Bell as proof the greys are taking over the planet. But, no, this was published today in the NY Times which, one …

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Roy Moore asks supporters to send him money to fund his safe space

Roy Moore is apparently having a hard time accepting the fact that he lost a safe Republican Senate race. Now, he’s asking for supporters to open up their wallets and fund an “election integrity fund” ahead of the certification of the election, which is expected to occur between December 26th …

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The NLRB just blocked one of the worst union abuses from the Obama era

This isn’t getting anywhere near the same amount of oxygen in the news cycle as the Net Neutrality story, but it certainly should be. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) under the tenure of Barack Obama was busy handing out all sorts of goodies to …

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What if you won a war and nobody showed up to report on it?

David French published an essay this week on a true mystery in the history of journalism. It all has to do with the pronouncement which took place one week ago, on December 9th. We were all fairly busy, I’m sure, what with the Alabama Senate …

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A 2017 version of “the seven dirty words” at… the CDC?

Back when I was in high school (and dinosaurs roamed the Earth), the comedian George Carlin released an album named Class Clown where he taught America about the seven dirty words you can’t say on television. I’m not going to list them here, even though …

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Poll: Is it discrimination to refuse to sell a wedding cake to an interracial couple due to one’s religious beliefs?

Not a gay couple, please note, an interracial couple. YouGov *did* ask about gay couples too in its new survey, trying to gauge public reaction to the Supreme Court case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. Who …

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