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Neil Armstrong on the moon

First moonwalkers splashed back to Earth 45 years ago

First moonwalkers splashed back to Earth 45 years ago

CHARLOTTE, NC, July 24, 2014 — Forty-five years ago today the first men to walk on the moon landed the Eagle back on Earth. It was a major technological achievement that every American could be proud of. With all the negativity swirling about the current political environment, it is difficult to recall that pride when Americans

Cartoon by Branco, ed. by Ponick, original by permission, courtesy LegalInsurrection.

URGENT: U.S. appeals court guts most Obamacare subsidies

WASHINGTON, July 22, 2014 – In a stunning rebuke to seat-of-the-pants legislating and activist lower courts, a U.S. Federal Appeals Court, in a three-judge panel ruling Tuesday, overturned a lower court’s interpretation of a key portion of the vastly complicated “Affordable Care Act” (ACA). In a 2-1 ruling, the panel observed that “Section 36B [of

Earth.Nullschool.Net: Super typhoon Neoguri crosses paths with El Niño 2014

El Niño 2014: Climate alarmists disappointed

Austin, Tx., July 11, 2014 — Climate alarmists hoping for a super-El Niño this fall and winter to jolt global warming back into high gear again are likely going to be sadly disappointed. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released its July monthly El Niño report on July 10. The consensus probability for El Niño conditions in