Today a fourth Walmart in Jefferson City in mid-Missouri reported another bulk cell phone purchase.
The device works by injecting about 92 tiny sponges into the target area that immediately expand and quickly stops the bleeding. The sponges are made from wood pulp, ensuing they don’t dissolve inside the body, and are coated in antimicrobial material. If they get stuck inside, X-rays can easily identify them.
The Colorado ACLU board member who suggested threatening violence against Donald Trump supporters has deleted the Facebook post where he made the comments and now claims they were somehow taken out of context.
Rush has a point. Aside from that, in head to head polling right now, Trump does better against Hillary than Fiorina does.
2016 Presidential Race
Conservative groups are challenging the limits that were placed on Indiana’s religious objections law after last spring’s national uproar over whether it could be used to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
And now that he’s been busted, he’s reportedly resigning his position with the ACLU:
A North Dakota dad says that his son’s high school told his son that he couldn’t submit a photo of himself holding a rifle for the school yearbook.
Major pharmaceutical companies and pubic health activists are among the leading culprits spreading disinformation about the health risks of e-cigarettes.
A new Gallup poll shows cigarette smoking among young adults has plummeted to a new low just one month after data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed e-cigarette use surging.
Here is a screengrab from the ABC News report of President Carter’s Iran speech – with a TV caption reading “prohibiting immigration.”
In a 1790 House debate on naturalization, James Madison opined: “It is no doubt very desirable that we should hold out as many inducements as possible for the worthy part of mankind to come and settle amongst us, and throw their fortunes into a common lot with ours. But why is this desirable?”