Monthly Archives: August 2018

New audit says Oregon’s state agencies are bad at audits |

If you’ve ever wondered why state agencies in Oregon seem to be caught with their pants down so often with fraud, waste and abuse, Secretary of State Dennis Richardson may have an answer for you: They aren’t bothering to look … Continue reading

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When Hail Met Sunroof «TwistedSifter

A hailstorm in Fort Collins, Colorado wreaked havoc as seen in this unbelievable photo Source: When Hail Met Sunroof «TwistedSifter

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“Put your hands in the air” Venn diagram 


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‘Khan Baby’ ballon to fly over Parliament  | I Like Trump Baby, Khan Not So Much

London officials have given protesters permission to fly a bikini-clad blimp of London Mayor Sadiq Khanin Parliament Square. The balloon is in response to the giant “Trump Baby” balloon that another group of protesters flew in Westminster during President Trump’s … Continue reading

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How the war on climate change slams the world’s poor | Predicting The Future Is Risky Business

When a “solution” to a problem causes more damage than the problem, policymaking has gone awry. That’s where we often find ourselves with global warming today. Activist organizations like Worldwatch argue that higher temperatures will make more people hungry, so … Continue reading

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U.S. court rejects atheists’ appeal over ‘In God We Trust’ on money | Reuters

The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minnesota rejected claims by 29 atheists, children of atheists and atheist groups that inscribing the national motto on bills and coins violated their First Amendment free speech and religious rights. … Continue reading

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Everyone Who Counts Loves Trump

  Source: Let’s Review 116: Signs and Wonders – American Digest

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Nafta: Canadian officials ‘optimistic’ about signing revised deal by deadline | The Guardian

US and Canadian trade officials have resumed negotiations in the expectation that Canada will sign on to US-Mexico drafted revisions to Naftaby Friday, the deadline for getting any deal ahead of Mexico’s change of government later this year. Chrystia Freeland, … Continue reading

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Amazon: Bernie Sanders says he will call on OSHA to investigate

Senator Bernie Sanders and Amazon are locked in a war of words over alleged unsafe conditions and low pay in Amazon’s warehouses. In a response to Amazon’s blog post criticizing the senator, Sanders said it would call on the Occupational … Continue reading

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Hillary: Chinese company reportedly hacked Clinton’s server, got copy of every email in real-time | True? Probably.

A Chinese state-owned company reportedly hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server, then inserted code that forwarded them a copy of virtually every email she sent or received after that — a revelation President Trump is demanding be investigated.The … Continue reading

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