While millions of Americans were finalizing their preparations for Christmas, Barack Obama signed a bill that seems to conflict with freedom of the press. The process started long before ‘fake news’ became a household term.
The Canadian teacher made this controversial statement in a British Columbia school: “There’s often a difference between private morality and the law. I find abortion to be wrong, but the law is often different from our personal opinions.” It turned out to be a firing offense.
The EM Drive appears to violate the laws of physics, but experimental evidence seems promising. The engine may one day take man to Mars in 70 days without the expenditure of fuel, at least in the conventional sense.
In an act of desperation,an Idaho branch of the abortuary is suing a pro-life women’s health center over its truck. The strategy could backfire. Wonder if this qualifies as a frivolous lawsuit, which could carry big penalties?
Improv Everywhere is at it again! For its latest mission a woman in a marching band uniform stands on the sidewalk with a sign that reads “Parade Leader Wanted.” When a stranger agrees to help out, a huge parade led by a marching band emerges from around the corner and follows him wherever he goes