Former Senator Slams Washington As Corrupt "Sewer", Calls For Outraged Young Americans To Revolt
Thieving oligarchy in pursuit of money and power at the expense of the public good.
by Zero Hedge
American Flags Taken Down, Poles Destroyed In Rockaway Park
With Fourth of July fast approaching, angry residents demand answers.
by CBS New York

Laura Kipnis On How Campus Feminism Infantilizes Women
Larry Flynt and anti-porn activist Andrea Dworkin have a lot in common.
by Reason
States With Ties to Drug Implicated in Flawed Executions
Said the sedative does not violate the U.S. Constitution’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
by Associated Press

Rand Paul to Raise Money with Marijuana Industry in Denver
A first for a presidential candidate…
by John Frank
The world is defenceless against the next financial crisis, warns BIS
Monetary policymakers have run out of room to fight the next crisis with interest rates unable to go lower, the BIS warns.
by London Telegraph

Obama's half-brother sells revealing letter from president
Half-brother previously called president a “schemer.”
by Carlos Greer
NOAA Says It’s a Record: No Major Hurricane Has Struck U.S. Mainland in 10 Years
Ability to measure hurricanes is better now than it was in the past.
by Kathleen Brown

Several Brands of Bottled Water Recalled
Can cause diarrhea, cramps, nausea, headaches and other symptoms…
by NBC New York
Second U.S. Agent Agrees to Plead Guilty to Bitcoin Theft
Accused of channeling more than $400,000 in digital currency to his personal bank accounts.
by Joel Rosenblatt

CNN Guest: Efforts to Remove Confederate Flag Are "Cultural Genocide"
Controversial symbol sparks heated debate.
by Paul Joseph Watson
WHO labels 2,4-D herbicide as ‘possibly’ causing cancer
The WHO cancer research unit has deemed 2,4-D, the active ingredient of Dow’s herbicide – once used in infamous Agent Orange – as ‘possibly’ causing cancer.
by RT

In Major Victory for Property Rights, SCOTUS Strikes Down USDA Seizure of California Raisins
Raisin farmers prevail over unconstitutional government regulation.
by Damon Root
Germany releases Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour
Respected journalist had been controversially detained at Berlin airport at Egypt government’s request.
by Al Jazeera

Report: Gruber Had Larger Role in ObamaCare
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says communications disprove Gruber’s past assertions that he was a limited participant in creating the healthcare law.
by Mark Hensch
Man, 21, Dies Shielding Mother During South Chicago Shooting
“He used his body to shield her, to save her…” sister says
by Chicago Tribune