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Tucker Carlson: Young people people can’t decide what to eat, so don’t let them vote

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Sunday suggested that 17-year-olds should not be allowed to pre-register to vote because they were not capable of “choosing an entrée at a restaurant.” In Sunday morning Fox & Friends report, Carlson noted that new state regulations — “from raising the minimum wage to…

Video contradicts police statement about fatal shooting of unarmed suspect

Police in Pinal County, Arizona, claimed that the shooting death of a suspected car thief two weeks ago came after the man had turned to reach for a weapon. But video surfaced this week from a bystander, showing that the suspect had turned his back to officers, with his hands…

Beats Zipcar? Electric-car vending machine works!

To combat what some foreign expats in China have called "airpocalypse," the Chinese government is aiming to put 2 million electric vehicles on the road BY 2020. In this special report, we look at one venture that's heeding that……

Banker Peter Schiff: Fracking dangers made up by private property-snatching socialists

Investment banker Peter Schiff told UFC color commentator Joe Rogan on Wednesday that socialists were making up environmental concerns about “fracking” in a secret plot to take away people’s private property. The two public figures were debating the role of government regulations on Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. “I…

Sean Hannity: I can drink two beers and not feel anything, so pot is more dangerous

On his show Thursday night, Fox News host Sean Hannity asserted that the harms of marijuana shouldn’t be compared to alcohol because you can drink a beer and not “get high.” “I’m not sure if I agree with the dangers because when you smoke pot you get high,” he remarked…

WATCH: Annual Japanese husband-throwing event

Residents of Tokamachi, Japan continued a tradition that has been in place since the 18th century - throwing husbands in the snow. The custom, practiced every January 15th, is believed to have started as retaliation against outsiders who married local……

Original Apple Macintosh turns 30

Steve Jobs unveiled the first Macintosh computer 30 years ago today, helping to usher in the modern era of personal computing. Though Apple's growth mostly comes from sales of mobile devices these days, the Macintosh brand helped……

Colorado town council votes to repeal open-carry ban in meetings, city planners vow to walk

Many, if not all, of the planning commissioners for the town of Castle Rock, Colorado may quit their jobs after the town council voted on Tuesday to allow guns to be openly carried in public buildings and parks. Last week, Castle Rock Planning Commission acting chair Michael Fronczak notified the…

VIDEO: Alaska GOP Senate candidate sings in tongues in a sauna to ‘save’ woman

A woman who hopes to be Alaska’s next U.S. senator recently uploaded video of herself speaking in tongues while fully clothed in a steam room. “I’m at the Alaska Club West and I’m spending a little time in the steam room with Suzie,” Republican candidate Kathleen Tonn said in the video, which…

GOP rep.: Force women to have babies because abortion ‘robs men’ of fatherhood rights

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) told conservative activists on Wednesday that women should be forced to carry their babies to term because abortion “robs men” of their right to be fathers. Speaking at the 41st annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., Hartzler opined that “abortion hurts everyone.” “It ends a…

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