December 2019 10 articles

USS Cyclops Lost To The Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle is an infamous region in the Atlantic Ocean off the eastern seaboard of the United States. The mysterious area marked by the Florida panhandle, Bermuda, and the Greater Antilles has inexplicably swallowed more than 50 ships and 20 airplanes, leaving no trace. Few people these days remember the ill-fated Navy ship USS […]

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The Baffling Baffin UFO Sighting

Just over a year ago, Canadian pilots had a close encounter of the UFO kind as approached Baffin Island in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. The incident was significant enough to warrant going on record about the sighting with both the national and U.S. governments. Named by English colonists after English explorer William Baffin, the […]

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2020: Democratic Voters Pick Hillary in New Poll

It would appear by the latest Harvard-Harris presidential poll that disenchanted Democratic voters are turned off by the dismal choices of 2020 Democratic candidates before them. Some are even looking towards their failed standard-bearer, Hillary Clinton, to once again take on “The Donald” in 2020. Others are reminded of that timeless phrase “the definition of […]

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Leftists Demand Professor Turley Be Fired

George Washington University Law professor Jonathan Turley, a  self-described liberal, has now become “persona non grata” among radical leftists who are now demanding that the acclaimed Constitutional scholar be fired. The congenial 58-year old legal scholar, is frequently called on by congressional committees to testify regarding constitutional and statutory issues, was viciously vilified by rabid […]

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Privacy Concerns Over San Diego Smart Streetlights

San Diego, California is proud to be the world’s largest smart city platform but advocates say the drive toward computer-driven interconnectedness is going too far as the city unveils its new streetlight equipped with face recognition software. Claiming energy savings and “new technological opportunities,” the San Diego leaders are “transforming the City’s existing street lighting infrastructure […]

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