YouTube Launching Twitch-like Streaming Service

In 2011, a service called Twitch was launched, which was similar to Justin.tv but instead just honed in on gamers. It has quickly become one of the biggest video platforms and communities for video game enthusiasts. YouTube now wants a piece of that market. The Google-owned video … [Read more...]

Diabetes is a ‘Global Epidemic’ That Hurts Economies

Last year, close to 400 million people worldwide suffered from diabetes, and 90 percent of those cases were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes continually leads to the death of a minimum of 1.5 million people each year and comes with a global economic cost of $612 billion. A … [Read more...]

Will Obama’s Immigration Antics Cause Government Shutdown?

In a recent report from CBS News, the antics of President Obama on immigration reform could cause yet another government shutdown. In fact, the report states that in response to Obama's plan to grant immunity and work permits to millions of illegal aliens, “Republicans in Congress are … [Read more...]

Illegal Immigrants May be Granted Work Permits and Immunity

According to a report from Boston.com, Republicans are angry and about to be even more so over the antics of President Obama on immigration. The President is set to announce “major changes to the immigration enforcement system” next week which could give work permits and immunity to as … [Read more...]

Maine Nurse Treats Ebola Patients and Isn’t Quarantined

Judge Rejects Limits Placed on Nurse's Movements According to a report from Fox News, “A Maine judge has rejected a request by state officials to quarantine and restrict the movements of nurse Kaci Hickox, who after returning from treating Ebola patients in West Africa defied the s … [Read more...]

Voting Machine Glitches Reported in Virginia

According to a report from the Washington Post, “Voting glitches were reported Tuesday as Virginians headed to the polls to select a U.S. senator and vote on an array of congressional candidates and local issues. The elections also put Virginia’s new voter identification law to the tes … [Read more...]

Men Now Allowed to Use Women’s Showers in Houston

Houston's lesbian Mayor Annise Parker has been a busy bee in regards to fighting for the rights of the gay and lesbian community, but has she completely stomped on the rights of the straight community while doing so? A few weeks ago, Pfhub reported on the mayor's outrageous demands … [Read more...]

Daggers Allowed in School, Long Hair and Prayers Not

Elementary Student Allowed to Bring Religious Knife to School According to a report from the Associated Press, a Sikh boy is being allowed to bring a religious dagger known as a kirpan to school with him. The report explains that a kirpan is “considered to be an instrument of s … [Read more...]

Abortions, Gay Weddings & Freedom of Speech Under Fire

First Amendment Protects Religious Beliefs It seems that there is a new internet outrage each and every day. Sadly, many of these are over religion. While religious actions, feelings, duties, etc should be a personal decision, far too may people seem to be forcing their own … [Read more...]

CDC Updates Protocol for Ebola Military Involved

Anxiety Brings the Need for More Protection According to a report from Reuters, “The United States will issue strict new guidelines telling American health workers to cover their skin and hair when dealing with Ebola patients, a top health official said on Sunday, while some of the … [Read more...]

American Pastors Ordered to Turn Over Sermons for Review

“Turn Over Sermons, or Face Contempt of Court” According to a report from FOX News, the city of Houston, Texas has demanded that pastors turn their sermons over to be reviewed. In yet another attack on religious liberty in America, “The city of Houston has issued subpoenas deman … [Read more...]

“Breach of Protocol” Blamed in New Ebola Case

A second case of Ebola has been diagnosed in America, and health officials are blaming a “breach of protocol” for the first-ever transmission of the disease in the US. Oddly enough, the nurse who has contracted Ebola states that she has not been able to pinpoint just when that breach o … [Read more...]

Right to Take Perverted “Upskirt” Pictures Upheld in America

According to a report from FOX, “A female judge has dismissed charges against a Virginia man accused of taking pictures up women's skirts at the Lincoln Memorial. Judge Juliet McKenna said in her ruling women should have no expectation of privacy in a public place. Records show in … [Read more...]

City Orders Handicapped Girls Make-a-Wish Gift Destroyed

City Orders Swing Set Removed According to a report from CBS, a family in Santa Fe Springs, California has found themselves in a battle with the city over their handicapped daughter's swing set. The backyard playground was a gift from the Make-a-Wish Foundation for the ten-year-old … [Read more...]

Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Filed by Rejected Job Applicant

Lawsuit Filed by Rejected Job Applicant According to a report from CBC News, “A Trinity Western University graduate has filed a human rights complaint in British Columbia saying she was “attacked” because she’s Christian after she was rejected in a job application from a Norwegian o … [Read more...]

Ebola Threat Spreads; Obama Refuses to Close Borders

Ebola Comes to America Last month, America had its first ever Ebola diagnosis when “A man who took a commercial flight from Liberia that landed in Dallas on Sept. 20 has been found to have the Ebola virus.” (New York Times) The report shares that “as the disease has swept across Wes … [Read more...]

White Lesbian Couple Sues Sperm Bank Over Mixed Race Baby

According to a report from the Chicago Tribune, “A white Ohio woman is suing a Downers Grove-based sperm bank, alleging that the company mistakenly gave her vials from an African-American donor, a fact that she said has made it difficult for her and her same-sex partner to raise their … [Read more...]

Taxpayers Have Spent $1 Billion Dropping Bombs on ISIS

War: A Costly Endeavor A staggering report from CNS News shares just how costly the recent US airstrikes against ISIS have been. The article states that “The cost of U.S. air strikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) may be approaching $1 billion, according to the C … [Read more...]

Obama Admits He Misjudged & ‘Underestimated’ ISIS Threat

JiHadists Building Strength Under the Radar In an interview which was broadcast on Sunday, United States President Obama admitted that he had underestimated the number of ISIS, and the threat that the terrorist group imposes. As CNN reports, “A week after U.S.-led airstrikes in … [Read more...]

Routine Investigation Leaves 14 Year Old Dead

Investigating an Abandoned House A report from WWL TV tells the sad story of a life that ended far too soon. According to the report, a 14 year old boy was shot and killed by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's deputy as two deputies were investigating an abandoned house. The Sheriff's … [Read more...]