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Marijuana Crusader M.D. Runs for Governor of Nevada

Marijuana Crusader M.D. Runs for Governor of Nevada

Stephen H. Frye, M.D., a former professor at the UNR School of Medicine and the author of “Monumental Fiasco. Our Drug War!” is running for the Governor of Nevada. Dr. Frye has been a pioneer and activist in the evolution of legalizing marijuana since it first passed in California in 1996 because “It’s the safest […]

$14 Million in Federal Funds Earmarked for New Jersey’s Historic D&R Canal

$14 Million in Federal Funds Earmarked for New Jersey’s Historic D&R Canal

The New Jersey Office of Budget and Management confirmed yesterday that $14 million from the U.S. Department of the Interior will be appropriated for the maintenance and upkeep of the D&R Canal, part of the New Jersey State Park system. This cash infusion will ensure that this landmark piece of history on the National Register […]

Pope Francis a Democrat?

Pope Francis a Democrat?

Pope Francis has revitalized the Catholic Church and earned the respect and admiration of most religious people around the world. His chosen name, Pope Francis, was selected to honor the patron saint of the poor and in just a few short months he has renewed the church’s support for the poor and impoverished. He is […]

Fantasy Football a Managed Obsession

Fantasy Football a Managed Obsession

Nearly 30 million people in the United States and Canada “manage” a fantasy football team consisting of professional athletes. However, those “managers” don’t have to pay their players a salary, nor focus their attention and energy on television contracts or practices. In the world of fantasy football, they often spend their time stressing over last-minute […]

5 Terrible Sports Team Owners

5 Terrible Sports Team Owners

Owning a professional sports team is the billionaire equivalent of a fancy car. Most owners are decent people, treating the fans and players well. But there are a select few who do things that would make even the cruelest banana republic dictator blush. George Steinbrenner Most Yankee fans welcomed a change in ownership when Cleveland […]

Ariel Sharon the Long Death

Ariel Sharon the Long Death

Former controversial Israeli Military General, Israeli Defense Minister, and Israeli Prime Minister: Ariel Sharon was born on Feb. 26, 1928 and died on Jan. 11, 2014. The last 8 years of his life, he lived in a coma of such a long duration and incapacitation that justice may have caught up with him. The humiliation, […]

UFOs and Chem Trails Over Phoenix, Arizona

UFOs and Chem Trails Over Phoenix, Arizona

Last evening – Saturday, May 25, 2013 I saw a high flying aircraft streaking across the evening sky here in the Phoenix area, Arizona. Though I observe this type of phenomenon on a fairly regular basis, this occurrence was a little more enticing. I grabbed my digital camera and started to film the object immediately. […]

Salmonella Outbreaks Keep on Coming

Salmonella Outbreaks Keep on Coming

On Jan. 10, a news release was issued by Tyson Foods, Inc. recalling almost 34,000 pounds of chicken. That’s a lot of chicken. If you’d like a visual, think of four adult elephants on a truck scale. That’s about how much 34,000 pounds equals. Over the course of 2013, though, the USDA Food Safety and […]

3 Effective Tips for Weight Loss

3 Effective Tips for Weight Loss

According to a Gallup Poll, 56% of people want to lose weight. That’s about 6 in 10 people. There’s a good chance if you’re reading this, you’re one of them. Many people want to lose weight and lose it fast, sometimes looking for a quick fix or the latest fad diet. The problem with many […]

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  • Iranian Messi a Target for European Elite: World Cup Preview [Video] April 20, 2014
    A number of Europe’s elite clubs are targeting a young forward dubbed the “Iranian Messi” before he is selected to represent his country at the 2014 World Cup. Rubin Kazan forward Sardar Azmoun is a rising star and he is tipped to win senior honors at the big event in Brazil. Premier League side Arsenal […]
    Robert Shepherd
  • Los Angeles Times Building Scare April 20, 2014
    A scare at the Los Angeles Times building resulted in a lockdown and search of the entire premises. Suspect, Matthew Lowes, was detained by police and taken without incident from the second floor of the building. The second floor of the Times building has space rented by VXI Global Solutions, which Lowes works for. Lowes […]
    Raul Hernandez
  • Indiana Pacers Struggles Continue April 20, 2014
    The Indiana Pacers’ late-season struggles continued as the team lost to the visiting Atlanta Hawks yesterday by a score of 101-93. When the team is playing its best, the offense features a balanced attack. In order for the offense to hum, the team needs balanced scoring from the inside and outside. Against the Hawks, Roy […]
    William Costolo
  • Influenza B Virus Making a Strong Spring Appearance April 20, 2014
    The Influenza strain B virus is making a strong appearance, although spring is not its usual time of year. This strain of the flu is not the same one that was making people sick mid-winter. This means that even if someone has already had the virus once this flu season, they can still get it […]
    Twanna Harps
  • Toronto Raptors Have Bitten Off More Than They Can Chew April 20, 2014
    If you look at the day the city of Toronto and their beloved Toronto Raptor’s had, it would be really easy to come to the conclusion that the  Toronto Raptors have bitten off more than they can chew. Toronto Sun Times readers were greeted with an incendiary cover , featuring a picture of Kevin Garnett […]
    Daryl McElveen

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