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Did Enterovirus 68 Enter The USA Illegally Over The Border With Mexico?

The logic reasoning needed to debunk the idea that unaccompanied children who crossed into the United States through Mexico in the summer of 2014 is not complicated. If enterovirus 68 has been in the United States for 52 years, it could not have been brought into the United States by an event that took place a few months ago. […]

You Have To Surrender Your Constitutional Rights So The NSA Can Spy On India

The NSA used its Internet spying tool PRISM, and another named BOUNDLESS INFORMANT to conduct a spying operation against ambassadors from India at the United Nations headquarters, which is within the borders of the USA. […]

New Government Spying Allegations Have Nothing To Do With Stopping Terrorists

The Department of Justice has been given ongoing access to a massive database of information about Americans’ private telephone calls, for investigations that have nothing to do with preventing terrorist attacks. […]

Bill Against American Citizenship Has Little Border Support

Most of the U.S. border is represented by politicians who don’t support Steve King’s proposal to take American citizenship away from children who were born in the USA and have never lived anywhere else. […]

Radicals Massing Along Mexico Border

The Tea Party protest is a statement against the insistence of an increasingly smaller group of Americans who insist upon remaining calm in the face of a lack of crisis. […]

Saving The Cutest Little Porpoise That Ever Was

Young vaquitas are barely bigger than lap dogs. They’re also critically endangered, with a population of something like 125 in just one place in the world. […]

Mexico City Indundated by the Wrathful Sunshine of God

As in a number of other places, gay marriage was legalized yesterday in Mexico City under enjoyably clement weather (sunny with a high of 62).

Reality just isn’t matching up to the claims of one prominent fundamentalist Christian after another prominent fundamentalist Christian after another prominent fundamentalist Christian after another prominent fundamentalist Christian after another […]

The Elusive Dressler’s Bee Balm

A particularly elusive member of the bee balm genus is Monarda dressleri, commonly known as Dressler’s Bee Balm. The plant was first scientifically described back in 1851, and has been reviewed several times since, but there isn’t much information about the plant online. […]

Do They Remember Goliad?

Yesterday, somewhere between one hundred and two hundred Texans gathered in Austin, demanding independence from the United States of America. Among those attending the rally organized by the Texas Nationalist Movement were two women carrying a sign decorated with a red arm, reading “Remember Goliad and the 400 massacred Texans. I’d rather sever my right […]

Mexican Green Party Gains, And Loses

The Ecologist Party of Mexico’s recent mixture of political success and ethical failure can be instructive for Green Party activists here in the United States. […]

Kooky Congressman Ted Poe Proposes Invading Mexico

Poe invoked the story of General Pershing’s authorization to invade Mexico as an example of what he thought would make sensible policy today. Representative Poe then described Mexico as an enemy of the sort the U.S. military confronted in World War II in the form of Nazi Germany. […]