Month: July 2017

Weather bureau caught fudging climate numbers

By -NO AUTHOR- (DAILY CALLER) — Australian scientists at the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) ordered a review of temperature recording instruments after the government agency was caught tampering with temperature logs in several locations. Agency officials admit that the problem with instruments recording low temperatures likely happened in several locations throughout Australia, but they refuse Read More …

What would you do if cannibals were about to eat you?

By Bill Federer Herman Melville “There she blows!” cried the lookout, sighting Moby Dick. Captain Ahab, driven by revenge, sailed the seas to capture this great white whale who had bitten off his leg in a previous encounter. The crew of the ship Pequod included: Quaker Chief Mate Starbuck Second Mate Stubb Captain Boomer tattooed Read More …

America now ‘literally at economic war’ with 3 nations

By Greg Corombos (Photo: Wikipedia) A strong America means secure borders, free trade and putting American citizens first when focusing on national security and job creation, according to businessman-turned-congressional-candidate Paul Nehlen. Best known for his high-profile but unsuccessful primary challenge to House Speaker Paul Ryan in 2016, Nehlen is already running against Ryan in 2018 Read More …

GOP establishment’s nightmare: Sen. Roy Moore?

By Bob Unruh Roy Moore Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has had trouble pulling his GOP ranks together for almost any issue lately. True, the senators did approve Neil Gorsuch for the U.S. Supreme Court, but on Obamacare, and a number of other issues, there just hasn’t been a lot of success in reaching unanimity. Read More …

U.S. Treasury sanctions Venezuelan president

By -NO AUTHOR- (CNBC) — The Treasury Department slapped sanctions on Nicolas Maduro on Monday, alleging that Venezuela’s president has attempted to undermine democracy and the rule of law in his country. On Sunday, Venezuela held a controversial election to create the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), a constitutional assembly that would grant Maduro’s party sweeping Read More …

Scientists photograph ‘dawn of time’

By -NO AUTHOR- (EXPRESS) — SCIENTISTS have pictured the moment the lights came on in the universe – effectively the dawn of recordable time. For the first 300,000 years after the Big Bang the rapidly expanding universe was dark and filled with neutral hydrogen gas doing nothing much. But over the next half billion years Read More …