Mysterious 'space ice' baffles Lee County familyLEE COUNTY: An Alva family says a chunk of ice fell from the sky and landed in their backyard. The homeowner says the skies were clear blue and can't figure out how it happened. Cyndi Smith says she is still trying to figure it all out. "I don't know, a space ice comet! I don't have any ideas where it came from," she said...
Geologists report small earthquake east of Oklahoma City; no ...Asahi News Researchers have developed software that assesses the likely extent of damage from major earthquakes, thereby allowing the government to make ...
Investigators are working to determine what caused the death of 200 cows in Portage County
New Zodiac Chart Assigns New Astrological Signs
Earth changes…Zodiac isn’t the only scientific shift
Following A Wandering North Pole
Trunews flashback…December 24, 2009: North Magnetic Pole Moving Due to Core Flux
How to be a snitch in Oklahoma: Ways to identify suspicious behavior (Warning: You cannot identify a terrorist by religion, age, or nationality) Identifying suspicious activity is not a difficult science. Rely on your judgment. Your suspicion of a threat could be confirmed with only one incident or it could take a series of incidents. Your suspicions will need to be based on: Experience, Judgment and Common Sense. To assist in recognizing and reporting suspicious activity, consider the following guidelines to help make an informed decision. 1. Stay alert in your daily travels and routines and get to know: 2. Staying alert is NOT about becoming paranoid. Staying alert is being aware of one’s surroundings.
Obama Administration's New Proposed Gun Regulation for Border States Met With Bipartisan Dissent The Obama administration's plan to force new reporting requirements on thousands of gun dealers near the Mexico border is under fire from members of his own party. At least three Democrats in the Senate and several more in the House are voicing opposition to a proposed regulation from the Bureau of Alcohol,..
Unilever chief warns over global crisis in food output In a speech on Tuesday, Paul Polman, the chief executive of Unilever, will say that market distortions created by European Union subsidies work against the needs of the developing world. He will also demand fewer subsidies for harmful first-generation bio-fuels and say that climate change must be tackled by companies changing to sustainable models of agriculture.
'Jewish group tells Fox to fire Glenn Beck'A U.S. Jewish group has called on Fox News to fire its popular political commentator Glenn Beck, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported on Sunday. Jewish Funds for Justice called to fire the controversial pundit over a series of what they call 'disturbing' remarks, including an attack on left-wing Jewish billionaire George Soros. Late last year, Beck dubbed Soros a "puppet master" attempting to take over U.S. media, and damned him as a "Jewish boy helping to send the Jews to the death camps." In a show aired late last year, Beck called Soros - a Jewish-Hungarian Holocaust survivor - a Nazi collaborator,..
UK Christian therapist may lose job for praying that God heal gay men of homosexualityA psychotherapist who agreed to ‘convert’ a gay man who said he wanted to change his sexuality could be struck off this week. Lesley Pilkington, 60, will appear before a professional conduct panel and faces losing her accreditation with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She agreed to help Patrick Strudwick become...
Homophobic comments’ cost man $12,000The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal has ordered a Montreal man to pay his gay neighbours $12,000 for allegedly subjecting them to “homophobic comments,” death threats and invitations to fight, even though he was acquitted of the charges in a court of law nearly five years ago. The tribunal ruled that Gordon Lusk, a married father of two, must pay the “moral and punitive” damages after his neighbours, Theo Wouters...
Surf's up: Thrill-seekers ride waves for FIVE MILES as tidal bore creates huge wall of water The Arctic Circle is not typically noted as a surfing paradise but enthusiasts might be trading their favourite golden beaches for the chillier waters of Alaska if these pictures are anything to go by. The video shot above the Cook Inlet on...