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  • The Top 10: Moments When Campaigns Were Supposedly Lost But Weren't (Because They Were Already Lost)

    Those ‘decisive’ junctures as remembered by history, although the outcome had been decided some time earlier

    The Independent
  • This Is How We Lost Flying Boats

    Before World War II, the premier modes of air travel were dirigibles and flying boats. The Hindenburg disaster saw to the end of the massive gas-filled airships, but what exactly happened to those gleaming seaplanes that could land on water? More
  • The Terrorists Migrating Into Europe

    The Terrorists Migrating Into Europe Authored by Judith Bergman via The Gatestone Institute, A new report, "What Terrorist Migration Over European Borders Can Teach About American Border Security", by Todd Bensman, a senior national security fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, describes the extent to which terrorists disguised as migrants have entered the European Union to commit terrorist attacks. Although the study was written primarily for an American audience to...

    Zero Hedge
  • Europe's New Academic Fascism

    Europe's New Academic Fascism Authored by Giulio Meotti via The Gatestone Institute, Western universities have become places of personal fear and intellectual terror. Formerly sanctuaries for open inquiry, instead fierce ideological minorities have been setting red lines of orthodoxy in the face of a silent or, worse, compliant academy. Education -- from ex ducere, to lead out -- has been increasingly eroded by ideological fundamentalism and an attempt to determine not only what...

    Zero Hedge
  • Holly on 'Land Of The Lost' 'Memba Her?!

    Massachusetts-native Kathleen "Kathy" Coleman was only 12 years old when she gained fame for her role as the young time-hopping survivalist, Holly Marshall -- who dodges grumpy Tyrannosaurs and befriends dopey Brontosaurs -- in the thrilling '70s

  • My long lost cousin is having my baby

    Ellie Hutchinson is 18 weeks' pregnant with a baby created from an egg harvested from Olivia Rowlands before she had radiotherapy, and her husband Sam Rowlands's sperm.

    Mail Online
  • Europe’s data grab

    A once-taboo policy backed by Russia and China is on the cards as Brussels embraces data protectionism — to Silicon Valley’s dismay.