Iowa and Colorado, typically battleground states in presidential and congressional campaigns, each have more registered voters than they have adults over the age of 18 living in the state, according to a conservative watchdog group’s analysis.
The same is true of Washington, D.C., which is set to hold a primary in its mayoral election next week.
Judicial Watch is threatening legal action against the two states and the nation’s capital if immediate steps aren’t taken to clear the voter rolls of dead voters, voters who have moved away or voters that that have become ineligible for other reasons. Read The Full Story
Missouri mother Niakea Williams received a phone call from her autistic son’s elementary school, a school that knew her well, to inform her that her child was emotionally distressed and panicking. Like any mother in this situation who cares about her kid, Williams rushed over there right away and the school buzzed her in.
Unfortunately though, Williams rushed in so fast, she forgot to sign the visitor’s book at the front office (even though, again, the school invited her and knew she was coming and why). She opted instead to immediately go to her son’s classroom and console the boy straight away. Read The Full Story
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 now clearly a government cover-up: All evidence contradicts official story
The “official” story of what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is now a blatant cover-up. After an endless stream of wild incompetence from the Malaysian military and government concerning the radar signature of the missing flight, we are now told by the Malaysian government that the flight “went down over the southern Indian Ocean” and that all lives are lost.
Giving a cop a summons? That's the ticket!
The New York Times reports that the Government Accountability Office has taken issue with the Transportation Safety Administration for squandering $1 billion on voodoo.
Like the rest of us, airport security screeners like to think they can read body language. The Transportation Security Administration has spent some $1 billion training thousands of “behavior detection officers” to look for facial expressions and other nonverbal clues that would identify terrorists.
A ridiculous waste of money? Don’t be so naïve. John Pistole, the TSA’s administrator, isn’t some yokel from flyover country who buys magic beans. Sure, this may play with the vast majority of Americans who have yet to grasp the fictions upon which we rely, like cops having some sixth sense about crime, judges being capable of distinguishing sincerity or jurors being able to tell who is lying. Read The Full Story