Besides Stephen Hawking’s theory that President Trump will push Earth “over the brink” (Daily Caller story) to disaster, here is a brief Hawking history:
Scientist Stephen Hawking died at the age of 76 on March 13, 2018. (Circa News story)
A look at other humans with exceptional IQ:
MS-13 thanks you.
The left is pushing for massive gun control after the Las Vegas shooting. They already are on the march to single-payer health care. A look at what can happen when the “state” gets both …
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A bump stock device, approved by President Obama’s ATF in 2010, was allegedly used by the Las Vegas shooter at Mandalay Bay.
The bump stock can often jam and produces inaccurate fire, prompting an ATF official in 2010 to describe it as ““… a goofy, little doodad.”
Interesting twist on visualizing the interstate highway system.
More transit map art from the talented Cameron Booth at cambooth.net
President Obama often touted government as the builder and provider for all. A good read at Town Hall on “Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge” by Michelle Malkin dissects progressive views of where infrastructure really happens.
Do as Democrats say. Not how they do.
BREAKING: Warren is upset at President Trump for calling out her out on using fake ancestry to gain minority status. (Washington Times story)
More banks are signing on to blockchain technology to move money. (Yahoo Finance story)
Western Union and its competitor Moneygram are experimenting with Ripple Tech, a competitor to Bitcoin.
On a serious note, the Obama’s chose a portrait artist, Kehinde Wiley, who has a history of painting white people with their heads cut off. (Daily Caller story)
September 5-6, 1972: 11 Israeli athletes and coaches were tortured and killed by Palestinian terrorists called Black September. A West German police officer was also killed. (Telegraph story on new torture revelations)
Forty years later, in 2012, the International Olympic Committee refused a moment of silence to honor the victims, despite former precedence. (Washington Times editorial)