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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Government Demands Father Demolish Cardboard Fort He Built For His Kids

Government Demands Father Demolish Cardboard Fort He Built For His Kids Code enforcement crackdown on Utah family A father in Ogden, Utah who lovingly built a fort made out of cardboard for his kids and their friends almost immediately received a letter from Ogden City’s code enforcement office ordering the family to demolish the creation or face being fined. 36-year-old Jeremy Trentelman used boxes from his job as a floral designer to build an impressive fort with trapdoors, turrets and secret tunnels, enlisting the help of his wife as well as two-year-old daughter Story and three-year-old son Max. The...

Government Demands Father Demolish Cardboard Fort He Built For His Kids Code enforcement crackdown on Utah family A father in Ogden, Utah who lovingly built a fort made out of cardboard for his kids and their friends almost immediately...

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Scientists create system that allows people to FEEL holograms using ultrasound

Scientists create system that allows people to FEEL holograms using ultrasound The system uses sound waves focused on an area above the device Air disturbances created by the waves create the feeling of 3D objects These can be combined with 3D displays to create a ‘haptic hologram’ It could have practical applications, such as allowing surgeons to explore a CT scan by enabling them to feel a disease A Star Trek-style holodeck could be closer to reality following the creation of a system that lets people feel holograms with their bare hands. Using ultrasound to precisely project sensations through the… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

USA Today wants to know why there are so many white guys on Wisconsin basketball team

USA Today wants to know why there are so many white guys on Wisconsin basketball team Liberals today are absolutely obsessed with the topic of race, and if you doubt that’s true, just scroll through the top stories of any given day of the week, and I guarantee you’ll run across some blubbering lefty shedding crocodile tears and spewing fake outrage about some non-existent racial injustice. And if you still aren’t convinced from that little exercise, then perhaps the USA Today kerfuffle over the number of white guys on the Wisconsin Badgers basketball team will do the trick. Yes, those… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Ohio insists it can censor pro-life campaign ads

Ohio insists it can censor pro-life campaign ads Left-leaning ACLU joins conservative justice groups in fight against state The left-leaning American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio has joined with conservative organizations such as the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence and the Justice and Freedom Fund in a case against the state of Ohio, which insists it has the right to censor campaign ads. Looming before the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is an attempt by the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List to have the state’s “false statements” campaign rule thrown out as unconstitutional. We’re with you, the ACLU said in… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Stargate mountain: Pentagon moves comm gear back to Cold War-era bunker

Stargate mountain: Pentagon moves comm gear back to Cold War-era bunker The United States’ airspace defense military is planning to move its communications equipment back to its iconic nuclear Cold War-era bunker which was abandoned nearly a decade ago, the head of the agency announced. The Cheyenne Mountain bunker in Colorado Springs, which was the filming location for the popular Stargate SG-1 science fiction TV series, was first built in 1965 to resist a Soviet nuclear attack. It was a key center for United States Space Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which scanned Canadian and US airspace… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Nuns grow spirulina for malnourished children – You can grow this superfood at home

Nuns grow spirulina for malnourished children – You can grow this superfood at home Many people believe the word “superfood” is a term used for click bait and nothing more, but superfoods not only exist, they are the superheroes of the food world. Spirulina is one such food. In the Central African Republic, Catholic nuns are using the blue-green algae to fight malnutrition at the St. Joseph Health Center. Bangui, where the nuns are located, has been dealing with the effects of a conflict that has made resources scarce. The lack of food has had an especially pronounced effect on… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service

Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service Feds: SOP 303 mobile-phone kill-switch policy would endanger public if disclosed. A federal appeals court is asking the Obama administration to explain why the government should be allowed to keep secret its plan to shutter mobile phone service during “critical emergencies.” The Department of Homeland Security came up with the plan—known as Standing Operating Procedure 303—after cellular phones were used to detonate explosives targeting a London public transportation system. SOP 303 is a powerful tool in the digital age, and it spells out a “unified voluntary process for the… View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Libya says ‘new elements’ in killing of US ambassador

Libya says ‘new elements’ in killing of US ambassador Libya’s internationally recognised parliament said Tuesday it has uncovered “new elements” behind the 2012 assassination of the US ambassador when the American consulate was stormed in eastern city Benghazi. “I have been tasked today with leading a team of inquiry,” Tareq Saqar al-Jeruchi, deputy head of the parliament’s security and defence committee, told AFP. He said the team had “new elements on the real perpetrators of the attack” and would work closely with the FBI and Congressional commissions of inquiry, although he did not elaborate on the identities of the assailants…. View Article

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on April 8, 2015 in World News

Previously Deported Immigrants Can Now Enter the U.S. on Taxpayers’ Dime

Previously Deported Immigrants Can Now Enter the U.S. on Taxpayers’ Dime Ryan Lovelace April 7, 2015 They can also receive a wide variety of federal benefits once they arrive. In 2014, unaccompanied alien children from Central America walked across America’s southern border in droves. This year, the U.S. government will pay for unaccompanied alien children to be flown into the country, even if they were convicted of a felony, and furnish them with federal benefits to boot. It sounds outlandish, so how is it happening? It’s called the In-Country Refugee/Parole Program for Central American Minors, and the State Department and… View Article

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Judge accuses Obama lawyers of misleading him, refuses to restart amnesty

Judge accuses Obama lawyers of misleading him, refuses to restart amnesty Federal judge refuses appeal to let deportation halt continue, relying on Obama’s own words By Stephen Dinan – The Washington Times – Tuesday, April 7, 2015 President Obama’s new deportation amnesty will remain halted, a federal judge in Texas ruled Tuesday night in an order that also delivered a judicial spanking to the president’s lawyers for misleading the court. Judge Andrew S. Hanen, who first halted the amnesty in February, just two days before it was to take effect, said he’s even more convinced of his decision now, particularly… View Article

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