The Death of America: NSA, Snowden and the Surveillance State

Snowden is an important figure, but not nearly as important as the story he created by releasing these NSA files. We live in a surveillance state. That much is certain. But there’s a gritty reality behind what that entails. . . .

Terrorist Edward Snowden May Walk Free

What you don’t know about Snowden involves his diabolical scheme to escape into the lawless hands of Hong Kong, landlocked by the irrevocable sin of mainland Communist China. . . .

New Miracle breakthrough drug containing dead baby flesh “adds years” to your sex life

Seoul – South Korean smugglers caught trafficking millions of pills containing human flesh charged with copyright violations of Lebal Drocer product. . . .

Houston Rockets' Yao Ming Retires, Like a Quitter, from Basketball

Yao Ming just couldn’t commit to the sport of basketball, bringing shame on his family’s name. Deep shame. . . .

Last Remains of Peace Scattered

Gandhi’s ashes have been swept into the sea. Now the rest of India and Pakistan prepare for the same immediate fate, as peace crumbles worldwide. . . .

Internet addiction 'doubles teen self harm'

China has conducted a very unbiased survey of a small group of Communism-loving teenagers who find themselves victimized by the Internet. . . .

Pirates awash with Windows 7 theft orgy

Pirates have released an automatically-validating, automatically-updating edition of Windows 7. Those giving bastards! . . .

Modern Warfare 2: "If this is war, I wanna be there!"

Is slaughtering innocents enough to help us win the fight against Terror? You decide, on level three. . . .

The End Times They Are A-Comin'

The world bank has collapsed and the Taliban hold your children hostage for ransom you don’t have. Chem-trails! . . .

Social networking sites lead to 'pregnancy and marriage by age 23'

MyPlace and Fakebook are responsible for up to sixty five percent of unwanted, accidental long-term relationships. . . .