She won America’s heart with her portrayal of Laura Ingalls on ‘Little House on the Prairie.’ But now the grown up child star is not so family friendly. It turns out Gilbert, a Republican Congressional candidate from Michigan, has been consulting with a radical organization that supports infanticide.
We don’t usually think of Scotland as beating the United States in technology policy. But the European country is surpassing America in controlling Genetically Modified Organisms. It’s even ahead of most members of the European Union.
Terry McAullife vetoed a bill in April that would have made it harder for felons and non-citizens to vote in Virginia. But now his appointees on the state board of elections are considering a plan that would make it even easier for ineligibles to cheat.
Criminal convictions are supposed to be based on belief beyond a shadow of a doubt. But Pennsylvania seems to be headed toward sentencing based on a probability. Researchers generally consider anything below a one in twenty chance as statistically significant. Applied to an individual case, this sounds like doing away with the presumption of free will.
NPR has a reputation for fair, even-handed political coverage across the full ideological spectrum — from Left to far Left. Scott Ott Thought you might have missed public radio’s recent treatment of the first GOP presidential debate. So he brings the NPR studio to you. It’s fairly accurate, all things considered.