Press "Enter" to skip to content
The death of critical thinking in the freedom movement, part I. From Kit Perez.
Well, so much for all that talk about boarding airliners in the most efficient way. British Airways joins the growing crowd that will board you according to how much you paid for your ticket.
profiles in courage haste to toss the obsolete Clintons under a bus.…
Worried some disgruntled ex might post intimate images of you (known these days as revenge porn)? The simple solution is now available. Just pre-emptively send F*c*b**k whichever of your most sensuous photos you happen to be concerned about and … yeah, somebody thinks that actually makes sense.
Democrats hit their lowest approval rate in decades. Then sweep yesterday’s elections.
That 84-year-old doctor in New Hampshire continues to fight an uphill battle to get her medical license back. The state keeps pushing the notion that she “voluntarily” surrendered it. (Sort of like we “volunteer” to pay income taxes. After we’ve been subjected to a high-pressure audit.)…
The The disappearing American grad student — engineering grad student, that is.
Massachusetts has a puzzling legal problem with its cannabis legalization: islands. Whose waters are governed by feds. Hm. Washington state seems to have solved that. There are plenty of pot shoppes in the San Juans.
In case you haven’t heard already, two civilians stopped the Texas church murderer — a fact most of the media is trying to downplay.…
Elderly small-town doctor who accepts mostly cash patients loses her medical license because she doesn’t have a computer to report to her state’s mandatory drug-monitoring program.
Where oh where have we heard stories like this before? And why do politicians never see the predictable end to the tale? California plans to slap monumental taxes on legal cannabis in hopes of filling up the state’s shaky treasury.
The paradise papers are shaking up some otherwise comfortable people.…
Former Baltimore gun squad member justifies himself by saying he and his pals committed crimes only while on duty. That’s so noble of them.
And here’s what it’s like to be a convicted gun criminal who did nothing wrong. The story of Brian Aitkin in his own words.
Inevitable: the liquor industry is getting in on cannabis.…
Two women and their dogs are rescued after five months adrift at sea. They were smart about at least one thing.
Be of good cheer. Even the “obvious” bump stock ban is having trouble making it through Congress.
Congratulations to Jim Bovard. He’s finally made the grade of having one of his posts censored by F*c*b**k for casting the fedgov in too negative a light.
Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz wins a defamation lawsuit against Thomson Reuters. Also suing the vile hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center.
“She consented!” … despite being handcuffed and in the back seat of their squad car.
I am so totally losing track of this whole “Russians in U.S. elections” thing. Russian-backed green-energy group goes bust because they bet on a Hillary win. Or something.…
If you don’t approve of Columbus Day, you can celebrate slavery, torture, and muder on Indigenous People’s Day.
Harvey Weinstein and Rep. Tim Murphy. Studies in hypocrisy. (It’s no coincidence that both are apparently real bastards, too, who specialize in intimidating underlings.)
The fight for cannabis legalization goes on in South Africa, driven by one brave, abused couple.
No kidding. People who buy from legal cannabis stores make more visits to fast-food joints. (Is there anything somebody won’t conduct a study on?)
Yeah, tell us what we already know (but do it with graphs). The millions who feel left behind by the “recovery” were actually left behind by the “recovery.”
Using stored (treated) gas after five years? It’ll be interesting to learn the outcome of this experiment.…
King County (Seattle area) cop confronts a motorcyclist, gun in hand, irrationally and profanely accusing the guy of “going 100 miles per hour.” Fortunately, his intended victim was wearing a helmet cam.
Californians may get the chance to decriminalize psilocybin next year.
And HERB, a site that hopes to become the go-to spot for “all things cannabis-related” just raised $4 million plus from some very respectable sources.…