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What really happened to Natalie Wood?

Ever since I read about the Natalie Wood case I had my suspicions and as I learned more and more about it, I often wondered if it shouldn't be revisited.…

Online Piracy Bill set for major battle

It's hard to understand some of these bills, and this is one of them. What is a "rogue" website? What is "piracy?" Is that stealing from other sources…

Discovery Channel afraid to show last episode of Frozen Planet

The crazies on the Right have so intimidated the media that they're afraid to broadcast the truth about climate change.…

Penn State Cops: McQueary DID NOT accuse Sandusky

Don't you think it rather queer (no pun intended) that Penn State cops claim Mike McQueary, yet another Penn State football coach, reported NOTHING about an alleged child rape involving…

Paterno sold house to wife for one dollar

Shamed football coach and deity to some may not be as squeaky clean as his worshipers may have imagined as the sordid tale of Jerry Sandusky, Penn State Pervert, continues…

Yakima City prudes legislate sexpresso coffee stands

Responding to the proliferation of sexpresso coffee stands, the Yakima City Council approved minor changes to the city's indecent exposure ordinance Tuesday night.…

Brits killing and maiming pets?

England is one of the most pet loving countries in the world, with strict animal protection laws, and an entire society geared to loving and respecting pets, until the economy…

Supreme Court to Review Obama Health Plan

President Obama's health care overhaul will be under review by the Supreme Court. The decision could profoundly affect health care for the 99% for better or worse.…

What time is the Gabby Giffords ABC interview?

Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, in her first public interview since she was shot in the head in Tucson last winter, doted on her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, and called…

Last Week’s Top Stories in Pictures-November 6-12, 2011

Times are tough now and getting tougher. Bruce Springsteen's song "Cover Me" could well have been written for Herman Cain, Rick Perry, Joe Paterno, et al.…

Clowns arrested in attack on Wall Street Bull (VIDEO)

A small group of Occupy Wall Street activists engaged in a near-successful corrida against the Wall Street Bull.…

Veterans coping with the economy

On Veterans day we should thank the brave men and women who fought so valiantly and are fighting still so as to secure the peace and preserve freedom in America.…

Special interest groups force Delta to pull in-flight ad

Delta Airlines has announced that it will change its approval process for in-flight ads, after a PSA from the National Vaccine Information Center, a group that is often critical of…

Howard Stern may judge America’s Got Talent

As any Howard Stern fan can tell you, the radio shock jock is similar to Donald Trump when it comes to announcing his future plans. …