V.25 No.25 | 06/23/2016
The Daily Word in Looting, SCOTUS and Affirmative Action
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Jun 23 2016 2:47 PM ]
The maximum prom level has been achieved.
How do human rights and global warming intersect?
It's not just congress that can't agree on anything.
Texas is surprisingly holding true to their affirmative action program, albeit barely.
For many homeowners whose homes were spared from the Dog Head Fire, they weren't spared from looting.
V.24 No.26 | 06/25/2015
The Daily Word in the tragic end of a bartending career, the dawn of a white minority and a reprieve for some Texas abortion clinics
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jun 30 2015 12:35 PM ]
An appeals court has resuscitated the Jemez Pueblo's claim on the Valle Caldera in the Jemez Mountains.
Because of Monday's Supreme Court decision, 10 Texas abortion clinics slated to close will remain open. For now.
"Legs really don't work": the Action Man series of battlefield casualties action figures.
One of the United States' last all-wood baseball stadiums burned to the ground in a dramatic 30 minute blaze yesterday.
Justin Bieber is changing his life thanks to a Pentecostal church in Australia.
V.23 No.26 | 6/26/2014
Crib Notes: June 26, 2014
By August March
From VA scandal to SCOTUS to baseball, what do you know about last week’s New Mexico news? Test your recall with the Alibi pop quiz.
V.22 No.44 |
The Daily Word in a hantavirus death, outlaws suing Dillards and why would anyone move into the Love Canal neighborhood!?
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 5 2013 8:42 AM ]
First fatal Hantavirus case of 2013 in New Mexico.
The FBI may investigate the Ventana Ranch neighbor vs neighbor shooting that was captured on video by an APD helicopter.
Some think local police officers need heavier weapons.
Video: collision of two planes carrying skydivers.
Mayor of Toronto, known drunk and alleged crackhead Rob Ford is the most fascinating news story on the continent right now. UPDATE: In a surprise news conference two hours after this post, the Mayor of Toronto admitted to smoking crack cocaine.
The US Supreme Court declined to hear a case concerning Oklahoma's restrictive abortion law, meaning some medical procedures are again available to women in that state.
3-D maps in 2-D are neat looking.
Cal Schenkel, creator of many Straight/Bizarre record (Zappa's labels) covers has an awesome website with stuff for sale.
V.21 No.7 |
The Daily Word in Sheriff Joe, the Governor needs a hairdresser and the Death Star IRL
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 22 2012 8:11 AM ]
The Supreme Court will review
R.I.P. journalist Marie Colvin, killed in Syria.
Nuclear inspectors kicked out of Iran.
Elliot Spitzer explains why Mitt Romney's campaign is collapsing.
Gov. Martinez' hair stylist refuses to cut her hair until she changes her stance on gay marriage.
Indiana lawmaker says Girl Scouts are a "radicalized organization" promoting "homosexual lifestyles."
Sheriff Joe Arpaio to release the results of his investigation into President Obama's birth certificate.
Georgia Democrats proposing vasectomy limitations in response to proposed abortion prohibitions.
Producer for "Amazing Race" found dead in Uganda.
Fox News needs a new chart designer.
Waterworld found by the Hubble telescope.
14-year-old about to graduate from college. WHO ARE YOU TRYING TO IMPRESS?
One of the nine disembodied feet discovered on Vancouver shore has been identified.
Long list of ancient computers still being used.
This San Juan Mountain Bigfoot footage "appears" to be authentic.
How many gigs of data does your vibrator hold?
Don't fall for these brainwashing techniques!
Lemmy doesn't want you to buy the $600 Motörhead box set even though it comes with a sweet chrome skull.
A bunch of economic students figured out how much it would cost to build a Death Star.
No one ever likes Worf's dumb ideas on Star Trek TNG.
Have you been looking for a new squirrel recipe?
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