Jeb Bush Exposed Part 2 – He Thinks Unconstitutional NSA Spying is “Hugely Important”
In some ways I’m actually looking forward to the imperial spectacle that will be the Jeb Bush vs. Hilary Clinton.
by Michael Krieger
Obama Anti-terrorism 'Jobs for Jihadists' Concept Is a Marxist Idea
White House claims jihadists just need jobs.
by Selwyn Duke

Emirates rejects Delta apology over chief’s 9/11 claims
“Statements… were deliberately crafted and delivered for specific effect.”
by Alarabiya
Sen. calls offshore tax havens 'legalized tax fraud'
“…the largest corporations in this country must pay their fair share of taxes…”
by Reuters

This Mom Lost Custody After She Left Her Kid Alone at Home for 90 Minutes
A Canadian court is set to decide whether to criminalize latchkey kids—or at least their parents.
by Lenore Skenazy & Paul Best
Decoding the Secret Covenant
An elite network are dominating the collective population of Planet Earth.

Pharmacy Mistakenly Gives Girl, 12, Ambien Instead of Antibiotic
After two frightening incidents, the girl’s mother found out her daughter had been given a powerful sleeping pill instead of antibiotics, they claim.
by Tony Shin, Kelly Goff
Minnesota newspaper apologizes for calling Obama an ‘assclown’
News outlet attack for pointing out president’s narcissism.
by RT

Parents Say Porn Is on School iPads
The school district says it is testing an app to block inappropriate content.
by Wendy Fry
England bans smoking in cars with children
Smoking will be banned if under-18s are in the car.
by BBC

Left-Wing Activist Reveals Media-Manipulation Playbook
‘Jetsetting terrorist’ Peter Young tells how he gets malleable bloggers and lazy journalists to generate outrage and attention for him
by Ryan Holliday
VIDEO: LA Supermarket Found Selling Entire Raccoons In Frozen Foods Section
Employees say raccoon is considered a delicacy in China.
by CBS Los Angeles

World's largest solar plant opens in California desert
Critics point to the program’s $535 million loan guarantee for Fremont-based solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, which filed for bankruptcy in 2011.
by Sammy Roth
San Francisco Water Manager Faces Suspension After Seen Urinating In Reservoir
Reservoir supplies drinking water to nearly 2.5 million Bay Area residents.
by CBS San Francisco

As US marijuana legalization spreads, Mexican 'mota' takes a dive
“In the long run, it looks like the US market for illegal Mexican marijuana will keep shrinking,” says drug expert.
by Ioan Grillo
Mugabe falls: '27 bodyguards punished' after Zimbabwe president stumbles on carpet
Failed to prevent him falling down the steps from a podium.
by Umberto Bacchi