16 Sep 2015

14-Year-Old Muslim American Student Arrested For Being Inventive

Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old Muslim student at Texas' Irving MacArthur High, brought what he thought was an inventive showcase for a class project. Instead, his school day ended in handcuffs.

The 9th grader, who Dallas News describes as a smart kid who "makes his own radios and reparis his own go-kart," brought in a homemade clock to class. But rather than being impressed, his teacher said it resembled a bomb, and he was sent to the principal's office, where a police officer arrested him in handcuffs. The clock apparently had a circuit board, a metal case, and a digital clock display—like any old digital clock—but the authorities responded with, "It looks like a movie bomb to me."

Man Tries To Counter Wage Gap By Earning More For Women

Alison Tieman: Traditionalist idiot father says he's going to challenge the wage gap by giving his daughter more money than his son. Fails to notice that this will do nothing to end a wage gap since his daughter isn't EARNING the money herself. Further fails to note that emphasizing his daughter's role as victim and recipient of male financial largess buys into the same socialization that leads to the wage gap. Finally fails to note how he has also done his part in creating the wage gap by funding his wife in not working.

My Former Colleagues And Female Jedi Mind Tricks

"Ben Kenobi and Luke Skywalker are in a floating car and they get stopped at a checkpoint and there are a couple of white uniformed storm troopers who are looking for 2 droids and the Jedi guy goes, "these are not the droids you are looking for." The week minded troopers go, "these are not the droids we are looking for." Then he says, "We may go." Then the guy says, "Go ahead." That's the Jedi mind trick and women can perform the Jedi mind trick, it's a super power nobody talks about it and that's a little surprising. johntheother

"If You Are Worried About Refugees, Stop Supporting Terrorists" - Assad Interview

In a rare interview with Russian media outlets, Syrian leader Bashar Assad spoke about global and domestic terrorism threats, the need for a united front against jihadism, Western propaganda about the refugee crisis and ways to bring peace to his war-torn nation.

Top Feminist Says Put Men In Concentration Camps

Paul Joseph Watson: Prominent feminist and journalist Julie Bindel has openly called for putting all men in concentration camps and eradicating heterosexuality.

Legalising Cannabis In The UK

Sebastian Pacher goes underground on legalising marijuana in the UK. With the first debate on the prohibition of cannabis in the UK for ten years what are the highs and lows of legalisation? Baroness Meacher Co-Chair of  The All Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform discusses the failures of the war on drugs and what she hopes for the debate in October. We speak to people who are treating cancer and other diseases with cannabis oil and ask why the government refuses to acknowledge the benefits of regulation. Plus addiction expert Sarah Graham talks about what the negative effects of legalisation could be.

University Of Illinois 'Israel' Scandal

"What's really uncivil is the murder of Innocent Palestinians including children by Israels military [green shirt death squads] empowered by US Congress and truly uncivil is yielding to Jewish donor pressure when making faculty decisions." Brother Nathanael

How MRAs And The MHRM Help Men

Janet Bloomfield: Feminists often accuse MRAs of doing nothing to actually help men. Oh, really?

Julian Assange On Jeremy Corbyn & US/UK Special Relationship

Afshin Rattansi goes underground with the world's most wanted publisher - the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. He has just co-authored a book- the WikiLeaks Files, and it paints a picture of systemic U.S. torture and killing as well as the destruction of the lives and livelihoods of billions of people right around the world. Afshin speaks to Julian about the UK/US special relationship, when he is going to be free, and the war on Syria.

US State Department Whistleblower Exposes Covert Terrorist Funding

Luke Rudkowski talks to J. Michael Springmann, the former head of the American visa bureau in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in the Reagan and former Bush administrations, from September 1987 through March 1989. In this explosive interview Michael details how intelligence agencies not only nurtured terrorists but supported them since the 80's till today.