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5 random things for a Friday (Greek pensioners protest, Seattle’s minimum wage, woman steals from child on Black Friday)


News Story of the Day: Roughly 2,000 pensioners took the streets of central Athens on Thursday shouting "we can't live on 300 euros ($318). The pensioners, which took over the streets of Athens and 12 other towns, were protesting the left-wing … [Read more...]

Be thankful for food waste, Black Friday and laziness on Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving: a time you feast as if you were on death row. You're going to be munching on a giant carcass, mashed potatoes, stuffing, little tiny onions and a delicious cheesecake. Even if you're just a family of four you have cooked for a family of … [Read more...]

U.S. debt under Obama soars $8 trillion


As Barack Obama's tenure as president enters its final year, it's interesting to look at the national debt, which can be attributed to the failed policies of the White House, Congress and the Federal Reserve. Of course, it's the system itself that is … [Read more...]

Video: John Oliver on pennies


John Oliver, host of "Last Week Tonight," looks at the state of pennies in the United States. It currently costs 1.7 cents to produce the one cent penny. Is it even worth it anymore? Some argue that it's a national treasure, while others say it's … [Read more...]

LOL: Hillary Clinton says ‘every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported’

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Hillary Clinton, the next president of the United States, must not understand the definition of irony. This is just too funny. Clinton posted this tweet on Monday: "Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and … [Read more...]

Video: Is it moral for the government to force others to give to the cause of your choice?

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Charity or taxation? Is there a difference between the two. For anyone who understands freedom, liberty and economics, there is a major difference. Charity is voluntary, while taxation is force. This video asks the questions: is it moral to force … [Read more...]

How much it costs to produce a barrel of oil in these 7 countries


With the price of oil trading at around $42 per barrel, many countries are experiencing economic downturns. Canada, Venezuela, Russia, Saudi Arabia and a couple of others are seeing their government revenues diminishing. Some are looking to diversify … [Read more...]

Treasury urges IRS to target wealthiest Americans

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The United States government is really clamping down on taxes. Not only is Washington revoking or rescinding passports held by Americans with unpaid taxes (SEE: U.S. government will revoke or rescind your passport if you don’t pay your taxes), the … [Read more...]

Should people be allowed to work for $1 an hour?


By: Jonathan Newman What is the least you would be willing to be paid to verify business addresses or phone numbers for a database? If you had a large online inventory and wanted simple word tags to describe each one of your products for search … [Read more...]

PC Nonsense! Toronto company prefers ‘female candidates’ for receptionist job; everyone is outraged again


It doesn't take much for people to be offended nowadays. Evidently, political correctness has gone berserk, and everyone, whether they're on college campuses or on the insipid cesspool of social media, now have to ask themselves: "am I offended by … [Read more...]