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Conservative Site Tells Readers Not To Worry About Nuclear War Because It’ll Basically Only Hit Cities — You Know, Where The Liberals Live!

This is just gross… but also really confusing! Non-regulars to the National Review site are starting to notice an article that dropped on Monday which seems to exist simply to tell its conservative readers not to panic about the rising threat of nuclear conflict. The implication (we think) is that even if stable genius Donald(…)

Kim Kardashian Slams Site For Calling Kris Jenner ‘Chubby-Faced’ In Throwback Pics!

Rule #1: don’t talk about Kim Kardashian West‘s momma! On Tuesday, DailyMailTV published an article written by Jerry Oppenheimer — author of The Kardashians: An American Drama — which shares modeling pictures of a 22-year-old Kris Jenner shot by former boyfriend Alfred M. Garcia in 1977. The momager — known then as Kristen Mary Houghton(…)

How to Put FeedBurner on My Site

Google’s FeedBurner allows users to “subscribe” to a website and receive daily updates of their favorite blogs and newsrooms. Using FeedBurner’s updates, readers can monitor websites without the need to visit them on a daily basis. In order to work p… eHow – RSS Feeds How To’s

Satellite images show activity at North Korea nuclear test site: report

An increase in activity at North Korea's nuclear test site could signal preparations for a new test or a collection of data from its last one, a U.S.-based monitoring group said on Friday. The 38 North group, run by Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, said satellite images showed activity at all three(…)

California Passes Bill Requiring IMDb To Remove Actors’ Ages From Site — But Does The Law Prevent Age Discrimination Or Suppress Free Speech?

This is an interesting law to have been passed! On Saturday afternoon, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation requiring entertainment websites like IMDb to remove — or not post in the first place — an actor’s age or birthday upon request from the specific actor. The law, known now as AB 1687, will take effect(…)