The Evolution of the American Political Revolution

EPA chief Scott Pruitt defends massive cuts, faces bipartisan backlash

EPA chief Scott Pruitt defends massive cuts, faces bipartisan backlash

President Donald Trump is proposing major cuts to several agencies, but none would be as hard hit as the Environmental Protection Agency. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill confronted EPA chief Scott Pruitt, assuring him the cuts would not fly. Read Full Article at RT.com Source: New feed

Sean Hannity exploits congressional shooting to shill for US Concealed Carry Association

SEAN HANNITY (HOST): I’m sure you know by now that I am a proud member of the USCCA. (US Concealed Carry Association). By the way, perfect example yesterday, that god forbid — if you believe in the Second Amendment, your Second Amendment rights, given to us, celebrated this 4th of July by our forefathers, if […]

US sending almost 4,000 extra forces to Afghanistan, Trump official says

In an attempt to break a stalemate in a war that has passed to a third president, the move will be the largest deployment of US manpower under Trump The Pentagon will send almost 4,000 additional American forces to Afghanistan, according to a Trump administration official, an attempt to break a stalemate in a war […]

Ex-Bath and England coach Mike Ford joins Dallas in US Major League Rugby

Coach most recently with Toulon signs ‘long-term contract’ in new league MLR aims to begin play in spring 2018 as competitions jostle for US success The former Bath, England and Lions coach Mike Ford has signed with the Dallas Griffins, one of nine teams forming Major League Rugby, a US competition which aims to begin […]

Goodbye Pacific pivot, hello Pacific retreat

Goodbye Pacific pivot, hello Pacific retreat

FILE – In this Feb. 10, 2017, file photo, U.S. President Donald Trump talks to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, as they pause before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, for the short trip to Andrews Air Force Base en route to West Palm Beach, Fla. Japan’s […]

Inside the stupendous cannabis beauty product boom

Inside the stupendous cannabis beauty product boom

(Credit: Reuters/Cliff Despeaux) Luxury and cannabis weren’t necessarily two words synonymous with one another even just a decade ago. Marijuana, thanks to the enduring dorm room stereotype, persisted within low popular culture—weed wasn’t prestige. But that is rapidly changing. The fashion industry is embracing cannabis wholeheartedly, as companies like ASCHE Industries designs scent-free accessories like […]

The rise — and possible fall — of the graphing calculator

The rise — and possible fall — of the graphing calculator

(Credit: deimagine via iStock) The first handheld graphing calculator, the Casio fx-7000G, appeared in 1985. Since then, graphing calculators have become a common — and controversial — tool for learning mathematics. These devices can do all of the calculations of a scientific calculator, plus graph equations, make function tables and solve equations. Many have the ability […]

“Stonewall” Sessions leads the charge of the Trump brigade

“Stonewall” Sessions leads the charge of the Trump brigade

(Credit: AP/Andrew Harnik) US Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions spent Tuesday afternoon up on Capitol Hill trying out his new one-man show based on Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone with the Wind”. In performance before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sessions alternated between the roles of Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler, at one moment playing the testy yet […]

Number-One Export

Number-One Export

By Mr. Fish Related Entries June 15, 2017 Gutting Health Care in Darkness June 15, 2017 A Bernie Sanders-Led Party Still Would Be an Imperialist, Pro-War Party Source: New feed

Creditors agree terms to disburse Greece's €8.5bn bailout funds

EU and IMF thrash out deal following months of disagreements, with funds to be released in July once European parliaments ratify the deal For the best part of a decade, Greece has wanted to become a “normal” country, and late on Thursday it appeared to begin that process, after creditors agreed to disburse €8.5bn (£7.4bn) […]